Arizona has proved it can effectively manage its southern boundary, but what about its other three porous borders that have gone unprotected to its detriment for several generations now. Why can't there be a national contract with Arizona to confront that problem? Do we need a popular petition for this, or a posted fund raiser?
First, what's needed is a federal "Rollback the Post-wars Caucasian Invasion of Arizona Act" to not only arrest the constant migrant flows without papers from the west, east and north to that troubled state as measured from at least the year before Pearl Harbor, but to protect it from further transgressions from - at least political - undesirables transplanting there since - say, 1969 - by committing federal troops to those three borders, if not in the buffer states of New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and California, to bar entry, pending removal of those invaders arriving on or after January 1, 1970. Perhaps, it would be sufficient to remove only those birthed in Hollywood or Panama and not resident to Arizona prior to that first day of 1970 and not younger than 21 on that date to assure that only those legally responsible in majority age are affected. All others would only be required to produce competent photo identification and place of birth certification on reasonable suspicion that they might or could be a person of the specified element of the long unabated Caucasian migrant horde and class. Any proof of identification not containing certification of parentage extending two generations back, including places of birth, would be deemed insufficient and detention mandated until such information might competently be provided.
As companion measure, Congress should immediately enact a "'This Ain't No Stinkin' Amnesty' Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act" on the premise that, like racial profiling, if the Act plainly states that it "Ain't No Stinkin' Amnesty ... Act," then it Ain't No Stinkin' Amnesty Act. In order to aid Law Enforcement Agencies and Officers in the enforcement of the companion "Roll Back the Post-Wars Caucasian Invasion of Arizona Act" all prior lawful requirements for federal, state and local police officers to show or produce their own identification of authority by name or number when questioning or asking any person for all information required under the Act would be waived, and such officers would not be subject to any personal liability but granted full immunity against any claims of violation or deprivation of any stopped citizen subject's civil or legal rights, provided that the officer prefaced any such failure or refusal or initiation of a reasonable suspicion inquiry with the words: "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinkin' badges!"
[Reviewer’s Added NOTE: Obviously this two-Acts proponent is aware that the celebrated Panama-born John McCain and Hollywood-born Jan Brewer did not become AZ residents prior to their opportunistic adulthoods. To the extent that his modest proposals might be adjudged constitutionally-deficient by that brazen and barely-concealed singling out of those two sorry but unapologetic individuals, his proposed laws should be perfected with additional provisions barring the Attorneys General of each the United States and Arizona from challenging these much needed laws on grounds of the plainly applicable “No Bills of Attainder” prohibitions in the federal and state constitutions, and further divesting the state and federal district courts of all jurisdiction for hearing any such challenge to their enactment, force and effect.]