More Consequences of Arizona’s New Law

San Francisco has banned travel to Arizona. So if you want to do something that requires the help of a San Franciscan (and I really don’t want to hear what that is), don’t pass a law they find mean.

Also, illegal immigrants are vowing to leave Arizona over its new law. I guess an unintended consequence of the Arizona law is to make illegal immigrants feel unwelcome in the state. Sad.

With all this plus liberals vowing not to go to the state, could Arizona soon become a utopia? Perhaps. In five years, we’ll probably visit the state to find it full of shiny towers and flying cars like something right out of the Jetsons. So other states might want to consider this “enforce federal law” idea before Arizona hogs all the awesome for itself and eventually becomes a sovereign nation greater and more powerful than the U.S. due to its not having the ball and chain of liberals. And then we’ll have to be sure to be welcoming to our new Arizonian overlords.

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  1. This Arizona law gets awesomer and awesomer by the day! No travel there by San Francisco city employees? Illegal aliens and liberals leaving the state? Man, sometimes unintended consequences RAWK!

    I think you’re right, Frank. No longer burdened by San Francisco city employees, illegal aliens and liberals Arizona will soon rule the world. Then Arizona can change it’s name to something appropriate, like “Paradise.”

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  2. Didja ever notice how when one liberal starts to wail, the rest start to wail — like some sort of horrific chain reaction? Baby birds do the same thing when they are hungry. One starts; then, they all whine. Mebbe there’s a connection here.

    By the way, many liberals are boycotting Arizona Ice Tea, which in fact is made in NYC. This may be some indication of the potential success of their scary boycott.

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  3. FRANK! YOU GENIUS! This could be the secret we’ve been waiting for! We don’t need all of the states, only the good ones! Let the libs have the cesspools of California, NJ, NY, etc… Just let them have the states! Don’t even put a horse in the race at election time.. They’ll nosedive within a decade. We’ll grab all the good states for ourselves, then just ignore the feds and finance HUGE state militias with Cheney’s cash! GENIUS!

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  4. Maybe you people don’t realize just how awesome Arizona is. Not only have we pissed off California and New York with our immigration law, we also passed a law that says you don’t need a permit to carry a concealed weapon, AND we also made a law that says if you want to be on the ballot in Arizona as a presidential candidate, you have to show your birth certificate first! And that was just this month! So if you see a liberal’s head spontaneously exploding today, you’re welcome.

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  5. Can we move the ocean to Arizona?

    BTW, I thought the politically correct term for “illegal immigrants” now is “man-caused disasters.”

    Oh, and watch Texas. Don’t mess with Texas, Mr. President.

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  6. Javelina, you’re so right. I’ve only been there once, but I’m putting Arizona on my list of places I must visit. And please deliver my personal thanks to Arizonans for all the exploding liberal heads, Wait, I think I heard another one go off!

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  7. The only thing about this AZ bill I don’t like is the timing, I wish they had waited until after the 2010 elections.

    The fear-mongering by the left will motivate its base which it previously had become pretty sluggish going into the mid-term elections and it will probably push the Hispanic share of the GOP vote from 60/40 to 70/30. Hispanics do not want open borders here it is just the lefts fear mongering will succeed in convincing many of them that the GOP is the KKK and they and their wives and children will be hunted down in the night.

    Don’t believe turn on free daytime broadcast TV. In terms of one party Propaganda it is like arms length from North Korean TV.

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  8. Freedom is contagious.
    When the other states see that it works for Arizona, they’ll get jealous and they’ll want it too.
    When all the libs and anarchists and illegals are piled up into the last state to get on board, cut them from the club.
    Then invite some cool country to join us, so we can still use the 50 star flag.

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  9. Eric Holder is too busy investigating the CIA to do anything about the crime and violence on our southern boarders. If he’d do his J-O-B maybe the people of Arizona wouldn’t have had to pass this law. If the federal government can’t, or won’t, do the job of protecting this country then it’s up to the people to do their job for them. Anyway, it’s nice to see the people of Arizona have successfully pissed off the liberal establishment from Bangor Maine to Beverly Hills California. Good for them.

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  10. The illegals are leaving Arizona? Brilliant law- its ridding the state of illegals without any police officers lifting a finger. Just to think my state shares a corner with Arizona, I just hope some of the awesomeness can spill over. Our governor said he would veto such a law, but he’s getting vetoed in November, so no big deal.

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  12. Arizona sounds like just so cool! Next up, banning of Obama bumper stickers and “green” anything and everything? I have to visit at least twice this year to spend some of my hard earned money in Arizona to show my approval! I will walk down the street and try not to make any liberal or teh gay moves, so that I don’t get punched and kicked out the state. I will just be a manly man’s man!

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  13. The real flaw in the logic here is that some folks believe that the violence and illegal activity is due to undocumented workers. In reality, violent crime is down in Arizona but the media and the hard-liners in AZ make sure that if an undocumented worker is involved, it’s big news, but the facts are that violent crime has slowed in the last few years in AZ. The law passed isn’t going to stop the real problem which are drug runners and smugglers, It isn’t even going to slow them down.

    There was a great article in the LA Times featuring an interview with an ex-Phoenix cop who had to deal with these issues. (http://www.latimes.com/news/local/immigration/la-me-0502-lopezcolumn-20100502%2C0%2C2732982.column)

    And he said it very plainly after a white cop was killed: “I told people that it’s not whites or Hispanics who killed Marc,” he said back then. “It’s drug-dealing cop killers. The issue isn’t ethnicity — it’s crime and drugs.”

    And this is the real problem with this law is that it doesn’t address the real issue, at all.

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