Cities who boycott and Democrats best beware of what WE THE PEOPLE think …
President Barack Obama has called the new immigration law in Arizona misguided, Obama minions like Napolitano and Holder have criticized the law without reading it, Mexican President Calderon critized the law in front of a joint session of Congress while Democrats stood and applauded and cities like Boston, Los Angeles and San Diego have called for boycots of Arizona.
However, 68% of Americans are opposed to the boycott of Arizona over it’s new immigration. Cities that do boycott might be mindful of the backlash they will receive in return, like in the case of San Diego.
Boston and Los Angeles were among the first to announce boycotts of Arizona, but 68% of Americans say it’s a bad idea for other cities or states to boycott Arizona over its new immigration law.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that only 14% of Adults think it’s a good idea for cities or states to join that boycott. Ten percent (10%) don’t care one way or the other, and nine percent (9%) more are undecided.
One might ask what these cities and Democrats alike are thinking when all polls show that Americans are overwhelmingly in favor of the new Arizona immigration law and in favor of law enforcement having the right to verify immigration status of those already stopped in the act of a crime.
- 84% of Americans are in favor of requiring people to show documents proving their immigration status
- A Fox News poll finds 65 percent of American voters think states should have right to make their own immigration laws
- 59% of Americans in Favor of Arizona Anti-Illegal Immigration Law
- 55% Favor Immigration Law Like Arizona’s For Their State
- 67% Say Mexico Does Not Want To Stop Illegal Immigration