Why Arizona passed illegal immigration bill
U.S. government not protecting its citizens
So far this year, more than 850 people have been killed in Ciudad Juarez, a city of 1.3 million(borders El Paso, Tex.), while more than 2,660 were killed there in 2009, according to official figures
Mexico's bloody drug wars saw a new spasm of killings late Saturday into Sunday, with 25 people fatally shot in the northern state of Chihuahua bordering the United States.
To put it in perspective, the U.S. has been fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2003; 5,000 U.S. troops have been lost in nearly eight years of fighting. That's two troops per day who have lost their lives.
In Cuidad Juarez, right next to the U.S.A. - and this is just one city, it doesn't include the murders occurring daily in Phoenix, the kidnappings and the families who watch their family members murdered by Mexico's drug cartel in the U.S.A.; just in Juarez alone it is more than seven people per day murdered.
As for those who protest Arizona's illegal immigrant law, the blood of those families who watch their loved ones murdered by illegals are on their hands.