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    Immigration Poll MSNBC?

    A simple one question poll. Do you support Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration? Very interesting results especially a liberal news poll. Out of 508,944 votes the YES has a commanding lead. 96.1% Yes 489,199 votes to a 3.9% No 19,745 votes

    msnbc.com U.S. & World News - Do you support Arizona's tough new law on illegal immigration?
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    Gotta hate that emotionally charged phrase "Tough new law."

    If this country actually enforced the existing laws, how different and improved a place would we be living in!
    Sometimes it seem like there are aspects of our nation that are closer to anarchy and chaos than the actual rule of law.
    It kind of reminds me of my liberal governor defending the Whitehouse's bribing of Joe Sestak, where Rendell claimed that this behavior is OK because it happens all the time.

    There are so many people in the country that believe that something is only wrong if you get caught. Not to mention the delusion that some people believe that wrong things automatically become right things if nobody says they're wrong!

    Go Arizona!

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    Done.
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    That question was so loaded it should require registration and a permit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMHunter View Post
    That question was so loaded it should require registration and a permit!
    Yes it's loaded but I don't think they liked the opinions of the results.

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    95.6% = Yes
    570,099 votes

    4.4% = No
    26,128 votes

    And on a MSNBC Poll? You can bet they wont air that poll on TV.

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    95.6%
    Yes
    609,072 votes

    4.4%
    No
    27,787 votes

    Well Duhhhhhhhhhh. Now we just need to get the president to agree with the rest of the nation.
    Oh... Wait, that's never gonna happen.

    Peace...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Took the poll and for what it's worth, I wonder if any of the politicians paid attention to it? Doesn't seem to matter what we the people want anymore!

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    Better than 19:1 in favour of Arizona's law. Gotta love direct democracy, dontcha, Lame Stream Media? Not a chance in Hell these results see the light of day on any NBC-affiliate network.
    When they "Nudge. Shove. Shoot.",
    Don't retreat. Just reload.

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    Voted and love the outcome!

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