America's Sheriff and the best example of a HERO lawman who follows the law and doesn't bow to the wacko left ever is out doing his job even in the face of opposition from Arizona's Governor to the White House.
I included an additional story to support Sheriff Joe's actions & position.
When Sheriff Joe comes under attack again from Janet Napolitano as she did repeatedly when she was AZ Gov. and now has added pressure from the Justice Department of Obama to let the violence just happen He is right and they are dead wrong.
The violence along the border spreads to all bored cities and much farther inland.
San Diego America's Finest City is a sanctuary City and almost nothing is done to stop any of the drug or other criminal activities that spill over, and San Diego is only one. San Francisco is so bad they that if the police pull over a car driven by an illegal, with no licensee or insurance for a traffic violation they just basically let them go.
San Diego has some hope because a man backed by and in the Mold Sheriff Joe, named JAY LA SUER is running and will apply the rule of law, Janet Napolitano and the entire Obama Justice Department won't enforce.
From National Terror Alert
Kidnapping Capital of the U.S.A. – Phoenix Arizona : Homeland Security News
Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City and over 370 cases last year alone. But local authorities say Washington, DC is too obsessed with al Qaeda terrorists to care about what is happening in their own backyard right now.
“We’re in the eye of the storm,” Phoenix Police Chief Andy Anderson told ABC News of the violent crimes and ruthless tactics spurred by Mexico’s drug cartels that have expanded business across the border.
Those who stand for nothing fall for anythingwashingtonpost.com
By JACQUES BILLEAUD
The Associated Press
Thursday, March 18, 2010; 8:16 PM
PHOENIX -- The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona has launched a two-day, countywide crime and immigration sweep that authorities say will focus on drop houses, drug violators and human smuggling vehicles.
Four hundred deputies and volunteer posse members are taking part in the patrols. The sweep, which began Thursday, is Sheriff Joe Arpaio's 14th since early 2008.
During the sweeps, deputies flood an area of a city - in some cases heavily Latino areas - to seek out traffic violators and arrest other alleged lawbreakers.
Critics say Arpaio's deputies have racially profiled Hispanics. The sheriff says deputies approach people only when they have probable cause to believe people have committed crimes.