U.S. Voters Want Arizona-Like Immigration Law

American voters say 48-31 percent they want their state to pass an immigration law similar
to Arizona’s and by an overwhelming 76-12 percent they say that plans by those opposed to the
law to boycott Arizona are a bad idea, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

Quinnipiac University poll also indicates that voters approve 51-31
percent immigration reform to move in the direction of stricter enforcement rather than
integrating immigrants into American society.

The L.A. Times yesterday reported, “Overall, 50% of registered voters surveyed said they
support the law, the law applies only to people whom police have stopped for another reason,
while 43% oppose it. That level of support is lower than polls have indicated nationwide”.

Yet the L.A. County Supervisors, in all it’s arrogance and with the majority hoping to
garner the Latino votes, have voted to boycott Arizona.

The Arizona law nearly mirrors California penal code 834B, yet, neither the L.A. City Clowncil nor
the L.A. County Stupidvisors have yet to take steps to boycott California.

It’s amazing to me that we keep electing the same air-heads time after time. They
don’t seem to understand that these boycotts will put the very people they are supposedly
trying to aid, out of work.

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