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Grijalva race shows just how big GOP wave could be (access required)

This year, if you are a Democratic congressperson who voted for the federal health care law, didn't call loudly enough for tough new immigration laws or supported the stimulus act - then voters feel as though you have a lot of explaining to do. Three of the five Democrats who represent Arizona in Congress are in ...


  1. What Grijalva and a lot of other politicians don’t seem to understand is, not all Americans of Hispanic heritage want open-borders. College graduates are not sneaking across the border; we are getting the uneducated and unskilled, the dregs of Mexican society. They increase the strain on our social services and up our crime rate. It’s a great situation for Mexico; it sucks for us.

  2. These unskilled and uneducated workers pick our lettuce and our tomatoes. They fill an important role. As for the increase in social services, it is related to their incomes and pathetic wages rather than their ethnicity. Fill those jobs with home grown Anglo workers and you still would need the social services because they are poor. The issue is the low wages rather than their background.

  3. This guy is all about mexico and mexican pride.
    The voters and the law mean nothing to this traitor.
    Typical politician – gets elected and all the sudden he’s a king.
    November 2 can’t come soon enough.
    VIVA LA SB1070

  4. Ruth McClung is anti-establishment? What a joke, she works for Raytheon, one of many defense contractors who are well known for overcharging the government and taxpayers. There is no one more “establishment” than defense contractors but the Tea Party candidates continue to pull the wool over peoples’ eyes, like teh farmers featured on MSNBC today railing against the feds but overlooking their farm subsidies and the politics of ethanol. Hypocrites all.

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