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  1. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    With regard to Ben's comment in yesterday's ID, it is pertinent to ask exactly what the Arizona "Wo sind Ihre Papiere?"("WSIP") law is "protecting" America from. Certainly not from violent crime or the drug cartels - diverting manpower and resources away from going after dangerous criminals and into going after people who look foreign and may or may not be here without authorization, but who pose no threat to society it not the way to do that.

    What the Arizona law is meant to protect America from is unpopular minority immigrants - the same purpose as the Chinese exclusion laws had a hundred years ago. That is the beginning and the end of this issue. It is not the bigotry of the Arizona law's supporters that is so supremely offensive. We live in a free country, and hate emotions, even hate speech, are normal and, on most cases,legal. Unfortunately, hatred and prejudice against people with brown skins are as old as America itself.

    What is offensive, and intolerably so, is the hypocrisy of the people who say that they are only interested in enforcing the law - when their real and only concern is to keep brown people out of this country at all costs. In the words of Arizona's JD Hayworth's book, we must do "Whatever it Takes" - to stop legal immigration by Hispanics, not just illegal immigration. Read the book. Then read the un-American, anti-due process, pro racially profiling Arizona hate law. Wo sind Ihre Papiere?
  2. Roger Algase, Attorney at Law's Avatar
    Sorry for a couple of careless typos in my previous comment. Since they are minor, and the meanings are clear, I assume that it will not be necessary to correct them.
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