Monday, April 26, 2010

What does Arizona's law Say for America's Future?

Howard Fineman broadens the Arizona citizenship requirement to every state and wonders if this is really freedom.

And by the way, where are the tea party, freedom fighting, liberty loving protesters who should be railing against this big government harassment of its people? Keith Olberman:

So what does Gov. Jan Brewer think the impact of the law will have on the states economy and tourism?

CNN: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Monday deflected concerns that the state's new immigration law will hurt economic development, saying many businesses have long wanted tougher action.

"The bottom line is that when I go about meeting with businesses that come into Arizona ... they want to know that we have a safe and secure environment into which to move their businesses here," Brewer said at an Arizona Town Hall event in Tucson. "They want to know that their employees are going to have a quality of life that they've had in the places where they're moving from to move here."

"I believe it's not going to have the kind of economic impact that some people think that it might," Brewer, a Republican, said.

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