let me ask you how it is profiling to bust someone who is already committing a crime? If there is a reasonable suspicion that the person has no citizenship (ie. no insurance, no license, can't speak one work of English, runs away from the police, etc) what the hell is wrong with asking that person to prove that they are here illegally if they were in the process of breaking the law? I imagine if the evidence were sufficient, the officer would do the same thing no matter what the skin color is, but in AZ, this is hardly a problem, because the state is strained to the limit by violence, murder, and kidnapping perpetrated by crimmigrants who come predominantly from Mexico and other South American countries. I highly doubt there are Canadian nationals running around in AZ, or any southern border state for that matter, but I could be wrong. It just seems like common sense to me that the target group here is obviously those people who flood in literally by the thousands from Mexico and South America. I reiterate that there is nothing wrong with demanding the citizenship status of people who have proven to be criminals. Once discovered, they should be summarily deported.
I have a good example. In Massachusetts a few weeks ago, a Mexican man plowed into the back of a state representative's car. Funny enough, the state rep, Mike Moran of Brighton, MA, voted against the Steve Perry Amendment, which would require anyone applying for MA state benefits to prove their citizenship. The system in MA is abused by illegals on a daily basis and our politicians are too stupid or too naive to know it. Obama's own Aunt Zituni has been living in FREE taxpayer subsidized housing for the past number of years ILLEGALLY, but that's another story. Anyway, mexican guy rear ends a state rep, drunk as a skunk (to quote the Dragon) and police find out he has no drivers license and no car insurance. The cops tell him he is in very big trouble and the only thing he manages to slur back is something like "Nothing's going to happen to me, man. I'm going back to my home country, Mexico." Fucking ridiculous. On a further note, the guy was wearing a mariachi costume...what a BONER.
I hear this shit every day, but like Arizona, a majority of the MA population agrees with AZ law. Last I checked, 75% of Arizonans are fully behind Governor Jan Brewer.
...and theres nothing wrong with homos it's just their choice to be gay.