In Support of Arizona

Illegal Immigrants Love America and the US Flag

Al Sharpton compares Arizona to Nazi Germany

Congress gives standing ovation to Mexican President for trashing Arizona

Check out this dirtbag and tell me that Arizona doesn't need our thoughts and prayers!

Watch this guy name 'great revolutionaries, Castro,Guevarra, and Chavez, to rise up against the "frail white man":

Watch this frightening video of a UCLA rally calling for a Mexican Revolution, in the US!                 

I sure hope that CA residents' 2nd Amendment Rights are still in tact.

With what's going on all over the country, with Latino students attacking a man in a wheelchair, and Al Sharpton running around calling for people to boycott anything Arizona, we live in scary times.

With riots resulting in defacing and destroying public property, I think all Americans should check their 2nd Amendment Rights, and keep their doors and windows locked tight.

Arizona Fun Facts

Date of Statehood: February 14, 1912 48th state

Nickname: The Grand Canyon State Arizona Landscapes

"The Apache and the Sitgreaves National Forests were administratively combined in 1974 and are now managed as one unit from the Forest Supervisor's Office in Springerville. The two million acre Forest encompasses magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona along the Mogollon Rim and the White Mountains."

"What makes this Forest so special? Its the water...lots of it...draining the high mountains and forming numerous lakes and streams...a fisherman's paradise in the arid Southwest."

The Apache-Sitgreaves has 34 lakes and reservoirs and more than 680 miles of rivers and streams - more than can be found in any other Southwestern National Forest. The White Mountains contain the headwaters of several Arizona rivers including the Black, the Little Colorado, and the San Francisco.

The Sitgreaves was named for Captain Lorenzo Sitgreaves, a government topographical engineer who conducted the first scientific expedition across Arizona in the early 1850's.

The Apache National Forest is named after the tribes that settled in this area. To read more about these beautiful National Forests in Arizona, visit: The Apache and the Sitgreaves National Forests

ARIZONA MARCH SONG Words by Margaret Rowe Clifford Music by Maurice Blumenthal Come to this land of sunshine To this land where life is young Where the wide, wide world is waiting, The songs that will now be sung. Where the golden sun is flaming Into warm, white, shining day, And the sons of men are blazing Their priceless right of way. Come stand beside the rivers Within our valleys broad. Stand here with heads uncovered, In the presence of our God! While all around, about us The brave, unconquered band, As guardians and landmarks The giant mountains stand. Not alone for gold and silver Is Arizona great But with graves of heroes sleeping, All the land is consecrate! O, come and live beside us However far ye roam Come and help us build up temples And name those temples "home". CHORUS: Sing the song that's in your hearts Sing of the great Southwest Thank God, for Arizona In splendid sunshine dressed For thy beauty and thy grandeur For thy regal robes so sheen We hail thee Arizona Our Goddess and our queen. © 1915 by Margaret Rowe Clifford

Arizona Immigration Law Videos

Attorney General Eric Holder's - Arizona immigration law:  

 "it is an unfortunate law"  

"subject to potential abuse"  

"has possibility of leading to racial profiling"  

"I don't think it's necessarily a good idea"

He hasn't read it!

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano

"That's not the kind of law I would have signed. I believe it's a bad law enforcement law."

"I believe it mandates and requires local enforcement and puts them in a position many do not want to be placed in."

"When I was dealing with laws of that ilk, most of the law enforcement agencies in Arizona at that time were opposed to such legislation."

She hasn't read it!

Governor Brewer on the Arizona Immigration Law

Researchers for The Federation for American Immigration Reform have publicly announced that the illegal immigrant population in the state of Arizona is costing taxpayers $2.7 billion.

There are an estimated 460000 illegal immigrants in Arizona

Arizona's new immigration law has ignited debate around the country, but the law is a response to the impact of drug-related criminality on the security and well-being of the American people. Arizona residents are grasping for solutions to a surge in violent crime--including three hundred to four hundred kidnappings in Phoenix in each of the last two years--that can be traced back to the drug gangs that operate across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Arizona: Illegal Aliens


Arizona Immigration: is it illegal to be here illegally?

Wow, something that is illegal is really now illegal in Arizona!

Imagine that!

When you have the President of the United States saying that police officers in Cambridge, MA "acted stupidly", that is bad enough.  

However, we now hear Obama say that making illegal immigration illegal, is a "misguided" notion.  


Apparently, these lovely bunch of people involved in a riot in Phoenix, Arizona seem to think it is not illegal to do something illegal.



Illegal Immigration Protesters Paint Swastikas with Refried Beans on Windows

How could ABC, CBS, and NBC, not report this?

Illegal Immigrants Rally

These networks, however, have been calling the Tea Partiers violent and racist. Joe Klein calls Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin seditious, but where is Nancy Pelosi, who said the Tea Party Members carried swastikas?  

Where are the pictures of these Tea Partiers?  

Will Nancy Pelosi come out and denounce those who painted a swastika on a window during the illegal immigrant protests?   Remember what she said about the Tea Partiers:  

""I saw this myself in the late '70s in San Francisco," Pelosi said. "This kind of rhetoric was very frightening" and created a climate in which violence took place. I think we all have to take action and responsibility for our words — we are a free country and this balance between freedom and safety is one that we, um, have to carefully balance.


In Support of Arizona's Governor, Law Enforcement and the Residents of Arizona

This is my show of support for Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, and for Arizona's Law Enforcement Officials:  

Even though I'm a huge longtime NY Yankees fan, I support the Arizona Diamondbacks and all of their fans!

Even though this boycott is idiotic since the Arizona Beverage Company is based in Queens, NY, I will buy only Arizona Iced Tea now.

One of my favorite songs from the year I graduated 8th grade has always been the following song by Mark Lindsay:   

"Arizona" #10 on Billboard Charts   

She must belong to San Francisco
She must have lost her way
Postin' a poster of Poncho and Cisco
One California day
She said she believes in Robin Hood and brotherhood
And colours of green and grey
And all you can do is laugh at her
Doesn't anybody know how to pray?
Arizona, take off your rainbow shades
Arizona, have another look at the world
My myyy
Arizona, cut off your Indian braids
Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way
Mmmm strip off your pride you're acting like a teeny-bopper run away child
And scrape off the paint from the face of a little town saint
Arizona, take off your hobo shoes
Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way
Follow me up to San Francisco
I will be guide your way
I'll be the Count of Monte Cristo
You'll be the Countess May
And you can believe in Robin Hood and brotherhood and rolling the ball in the hay
And I will be reading you an Aesop's fable
Anything to make you stay-ay-ay
Arizona, take off your rainbow shades
Arizona, have another look at the world, my my
Arizona, cut off your Indian braids
Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way
Hey, Arizona, take off your hobo shoes
Arizona, have another look at the world, my my
Arizona, get off your 8-ball blues
Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way
Come on, hey, Arizona, take off your rainbow shades

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