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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

'GOP could gain by raising Arizona' (Politico) - Rocky mountain Poll Shows Support Grows

 New Polling out today from around the country shows that indeed the AZ law is having national implications already, and contrary to much liberal ballyhoo out there, claiming this issue will harm the GOP with Hispanic voters in particular is all subversive bull.

All it really showed most of us out here that it just took a woman to do what used to be a man's job, and that is "protecting the country from hostile invaders",  which all illegal aliens are in this American's opinion,  ending the Free Party for the "over the border-Taco Bell crowd," is all it's done.

And frankly it appears that most people around the nation are damn happy about it and beginning to see they too can force their state lawmaker-breakers to protect their interests as well instead of Kow Towing to the loudest "foot stompers" in the room, who are usually the guilty parties.

This little post down below was written today on Politico by Jonathon Martin, who also talked at length about the piece on the Laura Ingraham show this morning.

A discussion which  led me to read it and thus post it below "fo yo readin pleasure" yo....  ;)

I've also posted this link to a study done by an Arizona newspaper where these figures have been extrapolated from as you can see for yourself by clicking the pic, which I added to the article but didn't come with it per se  to open a new tab with the study  in it's entirety.

The top-line number shows 52% in favor, to 39% opposed for Arizona's new law to require police to stop and check the immigration status of anyone they believe could be in the country illegally -- a measure that has caused the state to be accused of racial profiling by many national commentators and politicians. The sample of Arizona adults has a ±3.9% margin of error.

Among whites, the law is supported by a margin of 65%-28%. Among Hispanics, though, support is at a mere 21%-69%, and among non-Hispanic minorities the law is at 29%-63%. When broken down by part, Republicans favor the law 76%-15%, Democrats oppose it 30%-58%, and independents favor it 60%-30%.

The poll was conducted between April 15-25.
 Interesting stuff and Americans are easily mislead by the media who cherry picks the good stuff in their worldview and leaves out the rest betting that the people will take their word for what they say, and maybe once there was a day when that was the case, but that day is long gone.

So don't be a fool by listening to that loud and incendiary  "you're a racist" garbage all for wanting to take your own country back from those who've moved in right in your own backyards  illegally who are stealing what belongs to you and your children.

It ain't the 1800's anymore,  and we won't take this re'conquista agenda the La Raza crowd is peddling.

Sorry, we're educated on this side of the border Paco.
GOP could gain by raising Arizona
The new hard-line Arizona immigration law that has sparked talk of boycotts and caused leading Republicans to fret about the party’s frayed relationship with Hispanic voters may indeed pose a long-term threat to the GOP’s prospects.
But in the here and now — and in many of the most competitive races that will determine control of Congress — the law appears to be a poison-tipped arrow in the Republican quiver

New polling indicates broad public support for the measure and illustrates the peril embattled Democrats could face this November over the issue. 

In the South and Midwest, where some of the most competitive congressional races will be fought, popular sentiment is overwhelmingly in favor of the controversial new law. 

According to a New York Times poll released Monday, 69 percent of respondents from the South said that the law is either “about right” or does not go “far enough” and 66 percent from the Midwest said the same. Opinion is more divided in the Northeast and West, but nationwide, 60 percent of respondents said the Arizona measure is about right or doesn’t go far enough.


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