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Do you think that removing Mexicans is good for the Arizona economy?

I think it's a great idea. They can all go back across the border. Legal or illegal, I don't care. They are all the same.

Asked By: Tom C - 4/23/2010
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No, and here's why. The situation in Arizona is similar to what happened in Prince Williams County, VA ( I live close to their in Fairfax County), they made a documentary on it, and this happened only a bit ago. The residents there wanted i****************s gone, so they were passing tough legislation and opening... More
Answered By: phillip j - 4/23/2010
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if they are here illegally sure - but i don't live in arizona
Answered By: Rounder - 4/23/2010
 
NO! because I doubt you or your uncle Todd are going to go out and pick lettuce! When is it ever a good idea for an economy when you remove consumers, tax payers and the most relied on workforce?
Answered By: greasytony - 4/23/2010
 
YES------it puts the people of arizona back in the saddle to success....
Answered By: Carnage - 4/23/2010
 
James, I'll pay you 2 dollars to clean my toliet.
Answered By: sChNiTzEl - 4/23/2010
 
I think that removing all illegals from the U.S. would be good for our economy. Remove everyone based on their non-residency, not their race or nationality.
Answered By: Alfred Pennyworth - 4/23/2010
 
Yes, if there is one legal resident unemployed in that state, then that's another illegal alien who shouldn't be there.
Answered By: J$mooTH - 4/23/2010
 
Arizona isn't going to HAVE an Economy -if all the Mexicans leave the State !
Answered By: Joseph the Second - 4/23/2010
 
Mexicans here legally, NO Illegal Aliens, Yes.
Answered By: elcarojim - 4/23/2010
 
Mexicans that want to come over to harvest crops in Arizona can get a seasonal worker's visa.
Answered By: Vince - 4/23/2010
 
Yep, send all illegals home regardless of where they're from
Answered By: Morgan - 4/23/2010
 
We should cut off all trade with Mexico until THEY control the border, it is their citizens that are causing all this
Answered By: THE GREATEST GODDESS JILL - 4/23/2010
 
there are a lot of fools here who understand nothing about economics, all economies start from the bottom up. Removing the base of your economy, which are mainly mexican individuals in Arizona would be devastating to their economy. This bill is a joke to our country and Arizona, racial profiling does not belong in a... More
Answered By: bulian1 - 4/23/2010
 
How many of you actually LIVE in Arizona... More
Answered By: Grim - 4/23/2010
 
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