April 27, 2010

Looks like the new Arizona "show me your papers" law is even much for Joe Scarborough to take. While discussing the implications of the law with Rev. Al Sharpton, Scarborough called the law un-American and doubted it would be found Constitutional even by the conservative Roberts' Supreme Court. The panel also asked where the leadership was from the Republican Party and their presidential hopefuls who have remained silent. They were all in agreement that they were afraid to speak out.

Nice job Arizona. You passed a law that's so terrible even Joe Scarborough and Mark Halperin are bashing Republicans over it. Bravo.

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