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We are reviewing Sarah Palin's book American by Heart and she writes about Arizona's "immigration law..." "...Arizona recently passed a law that allows state law enforcement officers to question suspected lawbreakers about their immigration status. Love the law or hate the law, you couldn't help but notice that the reception it received from it's critics seemed to designed not just to discredit the statute, but to cast America itself in the most negative possible light. If you relied on MSNBC for your news, suddenly Arizona--and, by extension, all of red-state America had become the equivalent of World War II Germany. Even worse was the way the law was portrayed by those who should have known better--including members of the Obama administration--as a sign of the inherent badness of America.
As soon as the Arizona law was passed, the Obama administration shifted into a familiar mode: Apologizing for America before foreign audiences. In talks with Chinese officials (representatives of a regeme that kills and jails political dissidents) State Department officials called the Arizona law part of a "troubling trend in our society and an indication that we have to deal with issues of discrimination." Many members of Congress even shamefully stood and applauded when Mexican President Felipe Calderon spoke before a joint session of Congress and accused Arizona of using "racial profiling as a basis for law enforcement." This from a head of state whose law enforcement officials have repeatdly been accused of turning a blind eye to human rights abuses of Miguel Menas on it's southern border and does more to encourage illegal immigration to the United States than to see that Mexican citizens can provide for their families by working in their homeland."
The fate of the "Arizona Law" is now before the federal appeals court and the State of Arizona is having to spend hundreds-of-thousands of dollars in it's defense. The state's Legislature wrote the law in response it's citzens concerns about the negative effects on their communities.
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