I support Arizona

The State of Arizona is an arbitrary territory on a map that is ruled by thieving, lying politicians.  But recently it has come to symbolize something more.  It now symbolizes Americans taking a stand against the swarming hordes of criminals who threaten to overwhelm us.
Though these steps (enforcing immigration law and this one) are small ones in the scheme of things, they are still steps in the right direction.  Apparently, a majority of Americans support them and we should be vocal about our support.
This is a bumper sticker I just created.  It can be printed on special paper for bumper stickers and should be rotated 90 degrees first:

I plan on affixing it to my car tomorrow and the reactions (if any) might be interesting; I’ll keep y’all posted.

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8 Responses to I support Arizona

  1. Bay Area Guy says:

    Hey Jewamongyou, good thing you live in Oregon! There’s no way I could get away with such a sticker in California!
    I think this law certainly is a step in the right direction. Of course there are a few problems.
    1. Regular law enforcement isn’t used to cracking down on illegals, so many law enforcement officers don’t like the fact that they’ll have to use time and money in order to enforce this law.
    This may be a necessary burden, but there will be short term problems.
    2. This law doesn’t address the root of the problem: Employers who hire illegals. Why do they come here? Is it because they “love our freedom” and wish to “participate in our rich democracy?” No way, Jose!
    They come here for one reason and one reason only: To work and make money. Therefore, if you target employers who hire illegals, there’s a better chance of ending illegal immigration. Sever the head from the body and the body collapses.
    3. Even by my standards, this law is a bit too draconian. While I’m no bleeding heart anti-racist, one cannot deny that this law sanctions racial profiling by giving the police license to target anyone who possibly looks like an illegal.
    Am I concerned about this aspect of the law because I’m a self-hating white person who loves illegals? No way. My problem is that due to this discriminatory element, leftists in the future will use this law as a rhetorical tool to castigate future attempts to curb immigration.
    But still, it is a step in the right direction.

  2. Ryan says:

    Jewamongyou the only thing that could hurt you is the loss of your job by a PC boss. In that case I would wave the anti-semite flag in their face and threaten them with a lawsuit.
    Otherwise as far as I know, having whatever you want on your bumper is your own business.

  3. Portland realist says:

    Michael Moore said in an interveiw on Larry King “Portland is about the coolest city.” To let you know what Oregon is like.
    Great sticker, I’ll try and get the right paper and print it out and put it on my pickup!

  4. jeffrey says:

    I like the sticker, I will be printing it up pronto.
    I live in CA, San Diego actually, and I will be rocking it.
    I think that the closer you live to the problem the more committed you should be.

  5. Dan says:

    I just printed up a bunch of these bumper stickers and I will be spreading them around here in the Los Angeles area.
    This could be dangerous!

    • jewamongyou says:

      Thank you for your courage and patriotism! I’ve had mine up for a while now and nothing bad has happened. We should bear in mind that none of the thousands of whites, who have been murdered or raped by illegals, were displaying this bumper sticker prior to their victimization. Many Hispanics want us extinct and don’t feel they need any excuse for their hateful sentiment.

  6. jeffrey says:

    If they want me beaten down, intimidated or dead they need to bring their “A game” because I’m waiting for it.

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