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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Rasmussen Poll: 60% favor cops asking for immigration papers (sorry, you Lose...)

This is conservative, we all know it.

It's at 70% in Arizona, and they're the ones that matter right now, furthermore, no one else can tell them what to do in their state as the law fits nicely under the federal umbrella which is something they happened to take into consideration in crafting it, unlike the children in DC and their senile elders of the tribe.

So we're not backing down this time or anytime on this issue. And, had Obama been paying attention during Shamnesty one, and not running around kissing the asses of the white, middle class democrats all summer long that year when he should have been fulfilling his senatorial duties, he would know all about it.

But of course he wasn't in DC when that all went down.

So the president and the illegal alien lovers can stop threatening us anytime now.

(I guess we can start calling this "the Kenyan Illegal  Nosedive")

Caveat Lector: "Arizona Governor Jan Brewer last week signed a new law into effect that authorizes local police to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds that 60% of voters nationwide favor such a law, while 31% are opposed.

Seventy-seven percent (77%) of Republicans support the law along with 62% of voters not affiliated with either major party. Democratic voters are evenly divided on the measure.

At the same time, however, 58% of all voters are at least somewhat concerned that “efforts to identify and deport illegal immigrants will also end up violating the civil rights of some U.S. citizens.” That figure includes 29% who are Very Concerned about possible civil rights violations.

Voter support for empowering local police comes at a time when most voters (56%) believe it is unlikely Congress will take action to gain control of the border. Only 31% say Congress is even somewhat likely to take such an action. That figure includes just 10% who believe Congress is Very Likely to act.

President Obama has denounced the Arizona law, and he and other critics of the measure see it as an incentive to push new national immigration reform legislation to supersede it.

Not surprisingly, support for the law authorizing local police to arrest illegal immigrants is a bit higher in Arizona than it is nationwide. As one of the states most impacted by illegal immigration, 70% of voters statewide favor the new law.

(Want a free daily e-mail update? If it’s in the news, it’s in our polls). Rasmussen Reports updates are also available on Twitter or Facebook.

Brewer signed the new law in the midst of a tough Republican Primary campaign. She antagonized many Republicans early on by supporting a statewide tax increase. More recently, she has pleased many voters by finding a way for the state to sue the federal government over the new health care reform law. Eighty-three percent (83%) of Arizona voters say a candidate’s position on immigration is an important factor in how they will vote, including 51% who say it’s very important.

The measure is also having an impact on this year’s Arizona Senate race. Senator John McCain, who narrowly leads conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth in Arizona’s hotly contested GOP Senate Primary race, has come out strongly in support of the new law."


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken


  1. That's why I challenge Democrats to end it right now.  Strike the immigration laws from the US code and you cut the legs out from under the Arizona law.  They have vast majorities, so if Americans hate this law so much, they should make great gains this November, right?


    Way to slice through the liberal balony, Ray!

  2. Please read what I'm putting up here in 2 minutes I've been working on while listening to Michael Savage. I'm juiced now, he's like the Knute Rockne for the anti illegal army out here and I'm fired up/  Thanks for being such a loyal commenter and friend Kurt, I appreciate it "man"  I was gonna say "sir" but I caught myself lol  :)

  3. This could be just the beginning, with other states considering the same legislation.  I heard today Ohio is and Texas.  There could be a real domino effect.  No wonder "OOO" and this crooked Congress are going after Puerto Rico for votes.  Amnesty may not pan out.


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