AZ: The mere mention of the law has illegals heading south?
Illegals Begin Leaving Arizona as New Law Approaches William LaJeunesse AGIA PRIETA, Mexico — For the first time, Mexican officials in Arizona admit there is hard evidence i****************s are preparing to leave the state because a new employer sanctions law is making it difficult, if not impossible, for them to keep a job. In a separate interview, Edmundo Hidalgo of the non-profit immigrant support group Chicanos Por La Causa, said 30,000 i****************s said in a survey last week that they planned to leave Arizona sometime before March 1, when the state’s tough new employer sanctions law goes into effect. Under the law, employers can lose their business licenses if they hire undocumented workers. Illegal immigrants are flooding the Mexican consulate in Phoenix for documents that will allow them to return to Mexico to enroll their children in school. ---->> And SF, LA ( sanctuary cities ) and some others are boycotting AZ for what? http://www.alipac.us/article2941.html
Asked By: 20/20 - 5/16/2010
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Why isn't every state doing this?? When can I expect Florida's politicians to grow a set of balls and enact a similar set of laws?
Answered By: James - 5/16/2010
Additional Answers (14)
Don't let the door hit their burros on the way out.
Answered By: robot_hooker5 - 5/16/2010
Liberals will miss getting r**e and beat up by those illegals
Answered By: Dark Sun - 5/16/2010
Sounds like Great news
Answered By: YamahaDrummer - 5/16/2010
And the mere sight of one of your questions, or responses drives intelligent people to laughter.
Answered By: Ed - 5/16/2010
They can either learn English and take the d**n test or LEAVE. There is nothing difficult about this at all.
Answered By: El Tecolote - 5/16/2010
It's about time..
Answered By: fatboy - 5/16/2010
Many informed sources say: It's been TOO EASY to migrate - for people not to TRY. Now that we even SUGGESTED locking down the border... the CASUAL immigrant will find it NOT SO WORTH the try.
Answered By: stanleys_2001 - 5/16/2010
Those people were never Americans to begin with , no lose
Answered By: Right wing Cuban - 5/16/2010
Probably just the more law-abiding ones are leaving. Leaving you with ONLY the murderers, rapists, and drug dealers. CONGRATULATIONS!
Answered By: Drill Baby Drill - 5/16/2010
ALL I CAN SAY IS ADIOS
Answered By: DONALD T - 5/16/2010
Let them return to Mexico and then apply for legal residence here. If they do that, they will be welcomed by all in Arizona and the other states.
Answered By: gyt - 5/16/2010
Wrong again, bucko. They've been leaving for a while. The AZ economy's been one sorry mess for two years and ALL types of jobs have been going down the tube due to the AZ legislature's total financial mismanagement.
Answered By: Bad Αss - 5/16/2010
Three cheers for the rule of law.
Answered By: Nancy Pelosi Antoinette - 5/16/2010
I guess us nazis better move quickly to round them up before they get away! LOL! So much for people saying, "h*********u going to catch them all? It'll be a strain on law enforcement"
Answered By: joe dirt - 5/16/2010
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