Above, a selection of links to articles and stories of the Arizona Pogrom.
Now Pogrom is a very strong word, and technically it's is not happening in Arizona.Â The Pogrom, in Russia at least, is what "Fiddler on the Roof" is about.Â I suppose in Arizona it would be "Mariachi on the Porch."Â And yes--in some parts of Phoenix--the neighborhoods where you find a concentration of immigrant families--the houses have porches, and mariachis.Â There are parts of my hometown where Friday and Saturday nights are alive with un montÃ³n de buena mÃºsica.
Estimates say that over 100 thousand Immigrants have left Arizona.Â Some were doubtless here Illegally.Â Many of those leaving Arizona are Legal resident aliens some are Naturalized Citizens.Â They Left because they are being harassed, and the writing is on the wall, it will only get worse.Â One Mr. Varela, a third generation US Citizen was gunned down in his front yard by a man ordering him to go home. His brother narrowly escaped the same fate.
Interesting that the immigrants who left Arizona DID NOT GO HOME.Â The ones who did leave Arizona Represent more than two thousand for each other state.Â That's how many 100 thousand is.Â So, for those of you in Montana cheering for the new Arizona Law, GET READY FOR SOME REALLY TAN CABALLEROS, Hombres.