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  1. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    With regard to Greg Siskind's comments in the 6/24 ID about the Republicans' growing unpopularity with Hispanic voters in states like Texas and California, one has to ask why one of America's two major parties would be so desperate to play racial politics by focusing on the immigration issue. Is there anyone left in America who is so naive as not to realize that phrases such as "border security", "interior enforcement" and "ending illegal immigration" regardless of their intrinsic meanings, have became little more than code words for reducing the number and influence of Hispanics and other brown people in America?

    One is reminded of the code words that were used against African-Americans before the civil rights era. "states rights" and "Southern way of life" were synonyms for racial segregation. "Crime", "welfare" and "broken families" were used as pejorative racial terms against black people, just as "inability to assimilate" is used as a racial epithet against Latinos today, as it was against Chinese immigrants a hundred years ago.

    The entire immigration debate, as presented in today's mainstream media, is unreal. The fiction that the immigration issue is primarily about law enforcement or security, as opposed to race, fools nobody. If law enforcement is so important in America, why are states like Arizona so anxious to undermine or disregard the US Constitution, which gives the federal government sole power over immigration, grants birthright citizenship to every child born in this country and forbids racial profiling and unreasonable searches?
  2. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    To add another brief comment, are politicians like Arizona's Governor Jan Brewer and local officials like Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio so hungry for votes and publicity that they are willing to ride the tiger of anti-immigrant racism without regard to their future place in the history of their country?

    Only a few decades ago, Alabama George Wallace was one of the most popular politicians in America and was considered as a serious presidential candidate. Another Alabama official, Police Chief Bull Connor, may have been America's best known "law enforcement" officer. Arkansas governor Faubus and Mississippi governor Barnett were household names in every part of America.

    Do Governor Jan and Sheriff Joe really want their names to be known by future generations of American children of all colors and backgrounds as symbols of hate? Is Arizona happy to be the new Alabama? Will the Republican party itself become a historical relic, known only as the party that had to dissolve because it refused to adjust to an increasingly diverse, racially tolerant, America?
  3. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    Correction: In my previous comment I meant to write "Alabama Governor George Wallace".
  4. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    There may be a very few younger ID readers who are not familiar with the names of Alabama Governor George Wallace and other Southern officials mentioned in my previous comment. Their motto was "Segregation Forever!", even when it came to open defiance of the US Supreme Court's school desegregation ruling and the federal civil rights laws. Their names and legacies are now the objects of scorn by all decent Americans of every race and color. However, Arizona schoolchildren may no longer have a chance to learn this, due to that State's Orwellian ban on teaching ethnic studies, without which there can be no such thing as American history, in its schools.

    At the risk of repeating myself, there is as a direct line from the segregationist politicians of yesteryear to the anti-immigrant demagogues of today. If only there were such a connection between perhaps the greatest American this country has ever known, Martin Luther King Jr., and our first African-American president, Barack Obama. But there, alas, the comparison breaks down. Martin Luther King's civil rights dream has given way to Barack Obama's nightmare of appeasing the bigots who do not want any immigrants with brown skins, no matter what their status or lack of it may be, or their American citizen children, to live in this country.
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