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GLENN: I want to talk to you a little bit about what's happening in Arizona, and then at the bottom of the hour we'll be joined by the one and only Mr. Marcus Luttrell, who will probably have a little something to say about what's happening in Texas as well. But let's go to Arizona and what is happening in Arizona where they are -- they've just passed a strict Immigration bill. The lawmakers there have now passed a bill -- it's still making its way to the Arizona governor. She hasn't commented on this bill yet. She's got to be under incredible heat to not pass it. Or not sign it. Here's what it is. It will be the toughest piece of Immigration enforcement in the country. Now, get this: What Arizona is doing is they are making it illegal to be illegal.
PAT: How dare do they? What kind of hatred is that?
GLENN: I know. I know.
GLENN: Now, hang on. After being passed and signed, what they could do is they could stop you and ask if you're legal. If you're not they'll tell you to leave.
PAT: If you are legal, what do they do then?
GLENN: They do nothing.
PAT: They set you free and let you go home. But they put you through that humiliation, that heart attack, that despair?
GLENN: Right. That's the problem with it. Human rights groups are saying they're going to challenge that.
GLENN: Because it's a human right to be not asked for identification in a high crime, high density illegal alien area where a lot of the crime is coming from, the illegal aliens and drug trade.
PAT: In many cities they call them sanctuary cities. You can't even ask once you do pull them over. If you pull them over for something unrelated to illegal alien-ness, for being an illegal alien, you can't even ask them if they're here illegally. You can't ask for their papers.
GLENN: So Arizona is going to go all hate on the 49 other states. And on humans, really.
GLENN: It's really on humans.
PAT: Were are they such xenophobes there.
GLENN: Well, because their state's melting down. Let me ask you a question. Do you really think this is going to pass? It can pass the state Legislature, but I don't think the governor's going to sign it. I mean, it would be amazing if she did. I just can't believe I live in a country where we have to pass a law to make it illegal to be illegal. Why don't we just leave it at you're illegal? Not an illegal illegal.
PAT: Now, if you're a double illegal does that make it legal, you know like when you multiply two negatives it does make it a positive.