Travel Arizona May 14, 2010 It’s A State of Mind Link Thanks Michael Damanskis from Second City To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
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I love it.
I have been to that big crater ,it was pretty nice
I wish that Georgia would follow Arizona’s lead. We have counties here that have over 40% of their public school students enrolled in classes to learn how to speak English. The citizens who pay state taxes are paying for the illegals education at the cost of legal residents. Come on Feds. Enforce the laws…
didnt know it was federal law that the victims of rape get arrested.
All the other states should follow our lead! Don’t believe the hysteria being hyped by the State Controlled Media. It’s deliberately designed to mislead people into thinking that Americans of hispanic origin have to be scared. That’s not the case at all! I have plenty of latino friends here in Phoenix – I’m half Mexican myself – and they all support the law that was signed. What’s being rumored by those who DON’T KNOW (eg., everyone who listens to Public Radio, CNN, MSNBC, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, La Raza, etc.) is a LIE.
Otherwise, Arizona is a beautiful state – outside of the Phoenix area. Check it out for yourselves.
Horrible! You mean Arizona declared people who are there illegally are there illegally???
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