They never stop. The editorialists at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) have been on a nonstop, relentless, gloat over the recall defeat of AZ Senate President Russell Pearce by a union backed, recruited tool of open-borders activist, Randy Parraz. The fact that Democrats and registered Independents were able to further skew what appeared to most to be a District 18 Republican primary, is of no consequence. The left has taken out — for the time being — their enemy: an American patriot named Russell Pearce who was the architect of the Arizona illegal enforcement law known as SB 1070.
Now with Jerry Lewis in tow, the Arizona Republic can hardly suppress its glee. It’s latest endeavor is a cheerful editorial telling readers that support for SB 1070 has dropped, that Utah is a conservative state and the Utah Chamber of Commerce “decided people needed another choice.” The answer they tell readers is…the Utah Compact! Who’da guessed?
Except for the fact that it originated with the blessing of LDS Church authority, it could have been called The Arizona Republic Compact. It disdains our nation’s boundaries, rolls out the red carpet for illegal aliens and does it all under what they call a “solution that honors human dignity and family values.” Of course, the glue that binds this deceit is a “guest worker program.”
What a swell idea! Americans are losing their jobs and homes and we need to import guest workers while kowtowing to Utah and the Republic’s Linda Valdez?
Although the newspaper acknowledges that SB 1070 is being emulated across the nation, we are lectured that “it offers a false choice.” Just a couple of days ago the article “Lewis: Focus on moderate immigration bill,” was wringing leftward hope out of what the Republic expects this pretender will accomplish.
Within days of Lewis’ election he participated in a teleconference on “immigration reform” sponsored by the National Immigration Forum, one of the nation’s most pro-illegal immigration, leftwing advocacy groups. The agenda? The “Utah Compact,” which evolved as Church leaders in Utah buoyed by newly recruited members, urged that state’s legislators use “compassion” in their immigration legislation. Utah’s Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, who called Arizona’s law “knee-jerk,” participated in the teleconference. Arizona’s former Attorney General, Democrat Terry Goddard, has even praised Lewis on his election.
Today, feeling their oats, a front page article pushes the backdoor-amnesty, nightmarish DREAM Act.
The daily crows that Utah’s experience shows people are “ready to move beyond limited options, and our politicians need to catch up.”
No doubt the duplicitous Jerry Lewis will lead the way.