Monday, July 26, 2010

Illegal aliens bolt Arizona in advance of new law


PHOENIX, July 25 (Reuters) - Nicaraguan mother Lorena Aguilar hawks a television set and a few clothes on the baking sidewalk outside her west Phoenix apartment block.

A few paces up the street, her undocumented Mexican neighbor Wendi Villasenor touts a kitchen table, some chairs and a few dishes as her family scrambles to get out of Arizona ahead of a looming crackdown on illegal immigrants.

"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."

The two women are among scores of illegal immigrant families across Phoenix hauling the contents of their homes into the yard this weekend as they rush to sell up and get out before the state law takes effect on Thursday.

LMAO - She's going to Pennsylvania ... not back to Mexico, no ... to Pennsylvania.  What a joke.  Yes, this means that Arizona's economy will improve (but watch the media tell you how their economy sucks now ... trust me, it's all you're going to hear for a while.  Yes, that is what the media will tell you ... but how do YOU think the job situation will be -- better or worse?  Use your head.

Sure some parts may fall behind at first but they are on their way to recovery faster than everyone else.  Meanwhile, the rest of our state politicians are resting on their asses and the illegals are moving to our states.

Polls show the measure is backed by a solid majority of Americans and by 65 percent of Arizona voters in this election year for some state governors, all of the U.S. House of Representatives and about a third of the 100-seat Senate.

Really? I would never have known. Every news report I hear from the liberal media is "The controversial new Arizona law ..." The media, what a laughing stock they have become ... and they wonder why they're going broke ... total idiots.  Hee haw  - Hee Haw.

"Under the law, if you transport an illegal immigrant, you are committing a crime," she said as she sold children's clothes at a yard sale with three other families. "They could arrest him for driving me to the shops."

Ooooo, nice touch, Arizona.

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