In the midst of a war of words involving what some are calling a violation of human rights, lies a hefty pile of festering stinking hypocrisy. I would suggest reading this article from the Washington Times to see a river of filth in the under currents of the protests against Arizona's new tougher immigration laws. Please read at least the first 3 pages of the article (its not that long really) as each page represents a slightly different take on the situation. Interesting stat to note: 70 percent of likely voters in Arizona support the bill.
Now consider this question, "How bad would you have to hate the country you are living in to go risk all that these illegal aliens risk to go to another country illegally (and what some may see as a country that doesn't want you)?" It seems to me that when American's have a problem with America, we try and fix America. When Mexicans have a problem with Mexico, they run away. Where is the honor and human dignity in that?
(This picture sums it all up for me. People think that we need ILLEGAL immigration as the ONLY source for certain aspects of our lives that we currently enjoy. When the reality is, if we are for human rights as the protesters claim to be, would it not be better if they came here legally with all the protections that come with it? Why fight for a system that abuses its workers and under pays them?
Is the strongest argument that Mexicans have against the US is the loss of burritos? Seriously, we have enough food that is bad for us here in America thank you.)