The current immigration bill shows the same ideas of the 1960’s racism regarding segregation. The Rosa Parks incident is a prime example of something that can happen to persons of illegal immigrants. Some may say I might be going too far, but I’m simply stating my opinion. I might be going too far, but Brewer has gone too far. The bill states that illegal immigrants shall be questioned about their documents based on a “reasonable suspicion”. Well, Jan Brewer, I have a “reasonable suspicion” that you are an illegal immigrant. This is a bit of an extreme question, but it makes a point nonetheless. I think that the law is unjust and should be revoked. It promotes the potential for racism in our community and can have a lasting effect on people who are suspected to be here illegally. Moreover, the immigrants here are doing their jobs and sometimes they spend a little bit more time here than they should, but they contribute almost 5% of our economy. Making them all have a small fear of being deported is horrible for the Arizona economy and moreover the national economy.
I hate Immigration law
May 7, 2010