Some have found fault with Arizona with their attempt at a law to stop human smuggling at least. The liberal media found every bit of info they could to show how there was no real problem in Arizona. Try this article on for size and then tell me again there is no real problem.
I've driven that freeway a lot. Really and truly, that is acceptable in the United States? Blame Arizona's governor Jan Brewer all you want but look at the problem and then tell me the solution. For now the media has rushed onto other problems to cram down people's throats, but this doesn't go away in Arizona because they did. And if you pay any attention at all to how things are south of the border, you would have to be an idiot to not see it spreading north if something isn't done-- besides talk that is.
The Obama administration is suing to block Arizona's law as unconstitutional. Fine if it is but then what? Forget about it and put up signs on government land warning of the problem? That's enough? Turn our heads the other way at the brutal massacres happening in Mexico due to the cartel wars? Ignore the abuse of those who have been brought up with no clue what was going to happen to them?
Obama promised 1500 National Guard troops (currently has sent [thirty], (Bush was about as effective); but even if they go down there, what real difference can they make unless the reason people smuggling is successful is dealt with at the other end also. Then the government can concentrate on the other half of the problem-- the illegal drugs that the same people bring up.
It is not okay to just do nothing even if a lot of liberals think it is. Someday it will be in their back yard and then they will think otherwise but the time to deal with it is now and it has to start with border control and making the reason humans can be treated like merchandise no longer profitable.