"Florida Republican leaders have begun crafting anti-illegal-immigrant legislation modeled after an Arizona law that has incited widespread protests and fueled national and international debate over U.S. immigration policies.
Under the proposed bill, police would have broad power under state law to ask suspects for proof of legal residency, said Rep. William Snyder, a Republican from Stuart who plans to introduce the legislation in November. "We have significant components from the Arizona bill that I plan to incorporate,'' he said. "We have the beginnings of it.''
The beginnings of it. Well, here is what I wonder. Being brown is enough to make you a "suspect" in Arizona- I guess that's what the guy is referring to when he says "We have the beginnings of it." Will the great Southern state of Florida manage to take this sort of legislation to its logical conclusion, and see to it that being black is enough to make you a "suspect" too? After all, any random black person you run into in Florida could really be from Sierra Leone or Rwanda.
Let's see if these Republican patriots have the guts to pass the law that you know they really want to.