Thursday, April 29, 2010


And the craziness moves on to Texas. You just knew it was coming.

Texas State Representative Leo Berman (R-Tyler) has plans to introduce a bill in the state legislature similar to Arizona's charmer in January 2011.
According to the aide, Berman said his bill will be similar to the Arizona law, specifically the provision which requires local law enforcement agencies in the state to check the immigration status of individuals who they suspect of being in the United States illegally.
The only good thing that may come of this would be the awakening of the Hispanic electorate in Texas.

I kind of like Juanita Jean's solution to the papers question. If this bill passes in Texas, I'll have to tell my daughter's boyfriend to grab a copy.

I can only sustain the outrage for so long. The madness needs to stop.


Anonymous said...

Thought you might enjoy this from KXAN news:

The Chairman of the Mexican American Legislative Caucus in the Texas House said he doubts the bill would pass in Texas.

"I think I can get more support for legislation to have Leo Berman and Debbie Riddle deported to Arizona," said Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer, D-San Antonio. "We have enough work to do and our time is better spent working on issues that we can actually solve."

Monica Roberts said...

And they forgot the GOP only has a two seat majority in the Texas House with an election coming up in November