Monday, July 26, 2010

Arizona law is working already

Illegal immigrants are fleeing Arizona even though Arizona's new law requiring enforcement of Federal immigration laws does not become effective until Thursday. Reuters reports:
"Everyone is selling up the little they have and leaving," said Villasenor, 31, who is headed for Pennsylvania. "We have no alternative. They have us cornered." . . . .

In a sign of a gathering exodus, Mexican businesses from grocers and butcher shops to diners and beauty salons have shut their doors in recent weeks as their owners and clients leave.
Hat tip: HotAir.

RELATED: Uncoverage examines the lack of outrage over the Balogna murder in the "sanctuary" city of San Francisco. Also see Uncoverage's review of how President Eisenhower succeeded in deporting illegal aliens

PREVIOUSLY on immigration:
Obama administration overturns rule of law on immigration
Pro-illegal immigration protesters confront Minutemen in San Francisco
Amazing: NY Times editors thought illegal immigration was legal
California pays for schooling of Mexicans who live in Mexico and only cross the border to go to school
Political bias on Spanish-language TV network Univision
British pop star denied visa to US. Should she have tried to get in illegally instead?
Sex slave ring arrested. Pro-illegal advocates object.

PREVIOUSLY on the rule of law:
Making voter intimidation legal
Obama administration overturns rule of law on immigration
Justice Scalia explains the rule of law
Sotomayor: Obama nominates a racist
The end of the rule of law
Obama and the rule of law
The AP mis-understands the rule of law

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