One thought on “Immigration Bill Fallout There’s no doubt that the new Arizona immigration law is popular nationally, but that still doesn’t mean the issue’s going to work to the GOP’s advantage this fall.”

  1. My reply:

    It’s too bad that the U.S. still insists on treating failed dependent Mexico as a separate country, and its totally corrupt govt. as legitimate. Of course it’s not, so dealing with them will only end up in them asking for money that will line the officials’ pockets, no wonder they’re lining up to come to the U.S. and follow Calderon’s footsteps. Instead of inviting their leader to spit in their faces while they cheer, Congress needs to start working directly with the Mexican people to dissolve their govt. and country in favor of statehood and full phased-in citizenship, making the unsealable border go poof as it expands to the Mexican coasts, opening up a new growth area for the U.S. with a New Calif., New Ariz., New Texas, New Fla. etc. that will create millions of new jobs for all 414 million Americans. See how it can be done at http://go.to/megamerge

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