“Let the good people of Arizona — and anyone passing through — walk the streets of Tucson and Phoenix wearing buttons that say: I Could Be Illegal.”

I’m glad I’ve already seen the Grand Canyon.

Because I’m not going back to Arizona as long as it remains a police state.

Yes it is true. They finally figured out a to criminalize breathing.

Looks like Fallopia has a project on her hands. Send us your address, we’ll send you an i.d. button. Gratis!

It is, indeed, disappointing time to be in this country. Although the Governor of Arizona assures her state that “racial profiling will not be used” to enforce the new law making it a crime to be an undocumented body in her state, one wonders how exactly the police can be trained to enforce a law on paperwork by merely looking at people. I guess immigration profiling must be more ethically just in our system than plain old racial profiling.

I mean, we all know how to spot illegal aliens, don’t we? They run fast and speak in tongues. That is reasonable enough suspicion to demand the proper documentation for living on the Arizona land.

Let’s not forget all those vicious little kids getting an education under the protection of Plyler v Doe. Looks like we need to figure out some way to legislate those criminals-in-the-making as well. We better get on top of making an evacuation plan to get them over to New Mexico or California before they all end up in juvy detention.

So the state of AZ is protecting her innocent, law-abiding citizens from becoming tainted by those criminally-minded, sans papiers that threaten to take over and transform their state into a formidable Gotham City of vice and destitution. Call in the League of Shadows for this one. The question is, who will our Batman be? Perhaps he’ll emerge in the form of the trickster Coyote. Obama?

So what to do in the meantime? Button campaigns and boycotting the state of Arizona?

There’s got to more that we can do.


~ by Em on April 27, 2010.

2 Responses to ““Let the good people of Arizona — and anyone passing through — walk the streets of Tucson and Phoenix wearing buttons that say: I Could Be Illegal.””

  1. Please send me a button. I will wear it proudly.

    Pam Nelson
    1955 Linda Vista Road
    Oracle, AZ 85623

  2. Excuse me, we don’t treat people like that…….just like What would we do if our tire broke went flat? We would call a tow truck, or buy fix a flat…..don’t be picky about what people work hard for

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