Anti-Illegal Immigration, First it was Arizona, Then Colorado … Now Pennslyvania Favors Tough Immigration Laws like AZ


Now the Keystone state of Pennsylvania favors immigration law like that of Arizona.

Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and the new anti-Illegal Immigration law SB1070 is not misguided, SHE IS A TREND SETTER. Brewer has been attacked by President Barack Hussein Obama and AG Eric Holder for being misguided and signing a racist bill. It is too bad that neither actually read the 17 page bill.

So when Obama calls the immigration law misguided, is he calling all who support it misguided as well?

However, for a bill that is so misguided why are so many Americans in favor of it and states like Colorado and Pennsylvania are in favor of passing  similar immigration law to that of Arizona? In a recent Rasmussen poll, 58% of PA voters favor an immigration law similar to that signed in Arizona, only 32% opposed such a law.

Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Likely Pennsylvania Voters favor a law like the one recently adopted in Arizona that authorizes local police to check the immigration status of individuals they stop, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports telephone survey. Thirty-two percent (32%) oppose such a law.

In Pennsylvania, 68% of likely voters believe in a welcoming immigration policy that keeps out only “national security threats, criminals and those who would come here to live off our welfare system.” Just 20% disagree with a policy like this, while 12% are undecided.

Think the immigration issue is not going to be key in the 2010 midterm election for US Senator race in PA? GOP candidate Pat Toomay will have the upper hand on the issue come this November against either Specter or leftist, progressive Joe Sestak.

The fact of the matter is that Americans are for their borders being secured and individuals to have to prove that they rightfully and legally belong in the United States and against illegals using education and health care resources meant for law abiding Americans. The real question is why is President Obama not in favor of upholding federal law?

Wait until the illegal immigration and border security issue is made a hot button topic in the 2010 midterms. The Democrats may have just lost more seats.

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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “Anti-Illegal Immigration, First it was Arizona, Then Colorado … Now Pennslyvania Favors Tough Immigration Laws like AZ”

    1. San Diego Getting a Taste of their own Boycott Medicine … Arizonians Canceling Trips to SD | Scared Monkeys on May 16th, 2010 6:20 pm

      [...] declared Arizona’s immigration bill and called for boycotts are in for a rude awakening. The mood of the country is for securing the borders, it is for making individuals verify they are here legally and it is [...]

    2. super dave on May 17th, 2010 7:17 am

      isn’t it ironoc that governor Brewer signs a bill
      that is less harsh than the one the government
      now has in place but won’t enforce because of
      personal gain and incapabilities.
      obama and his boyfriend holder want the illegals
      here because they are depending on them for
      re-election in 2012.
      sorry boys, but it ain’t gonna fly.

    3. patricio villegas on May 27th, 2010 9:04 am

      I believe that since much more are in favor or Arizona’ anti-illegal immigration law, MORE and MORE and MORE tourists will visit Arizona and they shall consider it as the “turning point” state in early 21st century history. Maybe it won’t happen today but I have been reading comments from previous blogs about people hailing Arizona and planning to take their families and friends there.

    4. gary bechtel on June 11th, 2010 7:58 am

      i am for tuff immigration laws.i am tired of them draining are tax moneys for there care.i am a dem.i beleave they should go hometo there country and if they want to come back do it the way everone else does it legal.

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