In his Viewpoints column, Robert Robb takes a fresh approach on Arizona’s new immigration law, in Tide is turning in favor of Arizona immigration law.
Robb details how a solid majority of Americans join Arizonans in believing that our state was right to take action on its own, rather than wait for the federal government. Further, he makes the case that Democrat politicians running for office aren’t falling for the party line.
“Almost universally,” writes Robb, “their strategy is to allow as little daylight as possible between them and their Republican opponents on immigration.”
Any evidence to the contrary, readers? We’d be interested to hear.