You know, that Governor Brewer from Arizona is one tough cookie:
Video via Instapundit.
She’s not backing down…and why should she? The public is overwhelmingly on her side.
The latest poll numbers, also from Insty:
MAJOR MEDIA FAIL: Note this poll on Arizona:
The new poll finds 61 percent of voters nationally think Arizona was right to take action instead of waiting for the federal government to do something on immigration. That’s more than twice as many as the 27 percent who think securing the border is a federal responsibility and Arizona should have waited for Washington to act. . . . Significantly more voters think the Obama administration should wait and see how the new law works (64 percent) than think the administration should try to stop it (15 percent).
Here’s what they’re dealing with down there on a daily basis:
Hat tip Infidel Joe
Opponents of Arizona’s law believe government officials — i.e., cops — lack the judgment to enforce Arizona’s law. But at the same time, they believe other officials can make a snap judgment about who deserves a job or a superior education based on skin color.
Given this inconsistency, one has to wonder: Is the objection to the law that it won’t work, or that it will?
I think he’s on to something.