Monday, May 17, 2010

States siding with Arizona

are growing.

According to Rasmussen, the majority of voters in Pennsylvania, Colorado, Florida and Ohio are now standing with Arizona in its fight to enforce the most lenient immigration laws on the planet. Ten states are also now considering similar legislation.

Only the most radical pro-amnesty state of them all, California (which, not coincidentally, is also the 4th most bankrupt), opposes it.

Meanwhile, 70% of voters in Massachusetts favor a complete ban on public benefits for illegal immigrants and twice as many voters nationwide reject the left's violent, tantrum-throwing race hysterics as those who support them.

As I have noted, immigration is simply not a winning issue for the left. Like most issues, the overwhelming majority of Americans consistently reject what Democrats want and agree with the Tea Party movement.

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