Monday, June 12, 2006

Arizona Immigration Referendum

The November Congressional race in Arizona between GOP firebrand incumbent J. D. Hayworth, and moderate Democratic challenger, Harry Mitchell, will be a referendum on immigration policy in a state which is a major transit point for illegal border crossings.

Hayworth describes the stand of President Bush as "disturbingly vague and indecisive" on immigration, and calls for enforcement of existing laws.

Mitchell wants a more comprehensive plan for immigration reform that includes a path for illegal aliens toward legal status.

These clearly defined opposing ideas on immigration and the status of illegal aliens will also enhance or diminish the candidacy of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for the presidency in 2008. McCain, a top contender for Panderer-in-Chief, wants to give illegal aliens amnesty, now. We assume that means the vote by 2008 also.

We implore the voters of Arizona to send the message, no amnesty for illegal aliens. Support Hayworth in November!

And just maybe you'll spare us the "mini-Bush" McCain in 2008 too.

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