If we're going to debate, defend, or decry it, we should at least know what's in it. Here's the Arizona Immigration Bill. (Thanks to Reaganite Republican for pointing it out.)
I just read the bill. As I see it, Arizona is taking steps to enforce federal law by strengthening its state laws. They are a state in a republic and have every right to do so. I don't see elements within the law that are a slippery slope to other laws or that this law lends itself to civil rights violations any more than any other law.
What do you think?