Arizona's Illegal Alien Law Already Working

Illegal Aliens leaving the state.

Arizona’s tough new immigration enforcement law is fueling an exodus of Hispanics from the state seven weeks before it goes into effect, according to officials and residents in the state.

Though no one has precise figures, reports from school officials, businesses and individuals indicate worried Hispanics — both legal and illegal — are leaving the state in anticipation of the law, which will go into effect July 29.

Schools in Hispanic areas report unusual drops in enrollment. The Balsz Elementary School District is 75% Hispanic, and within a month of the law’s passage, the parents of 70 students pulled them out of school, said District Superintendent Jeffrey Smith. The district lost seven students over the same one-month period last year, and parents tell Smith the Arizona law is the reason for leaving.

“They’re leaving to another state where they feel more welcome,” he said.

But then that’s the problem, isn’t it.

“…where they feel more welcome.”

I don’t want criminals feeling welcome in my state or any other.

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6 Responses to Arizona's Illegal Alien Law Already Working

  1. Weer'd Beard says:

    Just have Texas Lethal Force laws printed on billboards (in English AND Spanish) on every highway leading into the state.

    That should help the criminals know where they are welcome….here in Massachusetts : ( Shit…

  2. Ed Skinner says:

    Arizona is also being boycotted by gays, lawyers and lots of other factions. And frankly, I *like* their *not* coming here. (Good riddance!)

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  4. mike w. says:

    They’ll just head to the liberal paradise of California and bleed them even more dry.

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  6. Darwin says:

    Make sure you bring your papers if you ever come to Arizona. Sieg heil!

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