Mexican Reconquista Raul Grijalva in the U.S. Congress
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Elected to Congress in November, 2002
Arizona, meet your new Mechista Congressman
Arizona congressman-elect Raul Grijalva is a former member of MEChA, according to a 1997 article in the Arizona Daily Wildcat. Did voters know that Grijalva is or was involved with an anti-American seditionist organization? Will he denounce MEChA now that he's headed to Washington? Will he represent MEChA viewpoints (rabidly anti-American) or the interests of the American people when he gets there? -- Grijalva also isn't happy about "civilian patrols" whose members are seeking to deter illegal immigration, and is in agreement with meddlesome Mexicans that an investigation is needed into activities of Americans (not illegal aliens and their cheerleaders).
 Download 11/26/02 17-minute interview of reconquista MEChA-boy Grijalva by Alex Jones (2 mb. May stream using some browsers).

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Cronkite News Service -- April 6, 2012    
Congressional MEChA types hang tight on criticism of Romney   
Democrats seized on former state Sen. Russell Pearce's recent claim that he and Mitt Romney have "identical" views on immigration to try to paint the GOP presidential hopeful as an "extremist" on immigration reform. -- Romney's stance on immigration would make him the most extreme presidential nominee of our time if chosen by Republicans, said Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Tucson...

KTAR -- Phoenix -- March 27, 2012    
'MEChA Boy' Grijalva to lead charge vs. SB 1070   
Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Yuma) will lead a band of 68 U.S. congressmen to make their case against SB 1070 in front of the Supreme Court. -- "The framers of the Constitution vested that authority to determine how immigration law is enforced. Otherwise, you're allowing Arizona to usurp Congress' authority through SB 1070," Grijalva said... [See Amicus Brief ]

Tucson Weekly -- February 6, 2012    
Going After "MEChA Boy": Grijalva faces primary challenge 
David Crowe Robles, a local defense contractor, is announcing plans this week to take on Congresswoman Raul Grijalva in the Aug. 28 Democratic primary. -- Crowe Robles, who had been toying with a run for U.S. Senate in the Democratic ticket before Richard Carmona got into the race, isn't the only Democrat who wants a piece of Grijalva's hide. Former state lawmaker Amanda Aguirre is also assembling a campaign...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- February 2, 2012     
Education Department considers probe of ethnic-studies issue 
U.S. Department of Education officials are considering a request by the 21 members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to investigate allegations of civil-rights violations by Arizona's enforcement of a new law barring racially-divisive classes. -- U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Tucson Democrat who is a caucus member, said he had spoken Friday with the caucus chairman, U.S. Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez, D-Texas...

KGUN-TV -- Tucson -- January 25, 2011    
Grijalva wants feds to intervene in 'Raza Studies' snit   
U.S. Rep Raúl Grijalva is asking the federal government to step into the battle over the Tucson Unified School District's Mexican-American Studies program. On Tuesday afternoon, his office released a letter the congressmen is sending to U.S. Department of Education, urging an investigation. -- The letter was sent out on the letterhead of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and co-signed by its chairman... -- October 9, 2011   
Grijalva silent on "Fast and Furious"   
The Obama Administration's Justice Department's scandalous gun-smuggling sting operation known as "Fast and Furious," which channeled at least 2,000 firearms to Mexican drug cartels --- resulting in numerous murders, including that of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry here in Arizona, continues to roil. The guns were allowed to enter Mexico without interception or arrests...

Hugh Holub -- Tucson Citizen -- July 10, 2011       
Who does Raul Grijalva represent?   
Raul Grijalva, Congressman from District 7, represents that portion of the Arizona border with Mexico from Nogales to Yuma... most of the border in this state. -- But to watch Grijalva in action one has to wonder…who does he really represent? -- Does he represent the people who live in the borderlands who are daily being impacted by illegal aliens...

Micheal E. Hill -- January 9, 2011   
Dupnik trots out illegal immigration in wake of tragic shooting   
...The essence of Sheriff Dupnik's remarks were backed up by Representative Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL), and House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD). Grijalva, whose district office was shot up after he called for a boycott of Arizona over of S.B. 1070, the state's controversial immigration enforcement law... [See Rep. Giffords Shot]

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- November 3, 2010     
Radical 'MEChA Boy" Grijalva declares victory   
With one precinct left to report, U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva has declared victory in his bid to keep the Arizona Congressional District 7 seat. -- His challenger, political newcomer and Republican Ruth McClung, has not conceded, however. -- It's been a tight race between the Tucson Democrat Grijalva and McClung to represent the southern Arizona district...

Publius Pundit -- October 26, 2010     
Money bomb raises $50,000 for McClung to beat "MEChA Boy" Grijalva   
By 11:00 AM, we have already reached $50,000 of our $100,000 goal for the McClung Miracle money bomb! -- Support is pouring in from all over the country, but we need to help Ruth get across the finish line and beat the boycotter Raul Grijalva!

New York Times -- October 25, 2010     
House Democrats fight off extinction in Arizona   
..."You need more education," Isabel Garcia, a [vehement open-borders zealot] , said to Ms. McClung, pointing her finger at the candidate. "You need knowledge to have strong opinions." -- Ms. McClung brushed off the harsh words. "You just smile and listen," she said later. -- There has been little smiling, however, in the battle that Ms. McClung is waging on the airwaves. She knocks Mr. Grijalva for supporting the economic boycott of Arizona...

Los Angeles Times -- October 23, 2010     
In Arizona, "MEChA Boy" Grijalva faces a boycott backlash   
Rio Rico, Ariz. -- The contrast between the two candidates couldn't have been starker. On one side of the stage slouched Rep. Raul M. Grijalva, 62, a four-term congressman and local Democratic icon, sporting a bushy moustache and wearing an open-collared shirt that he had changed into an hour earlier but already looked rumpled...

UPI  -- October 22, 2010    
Toxic powder sent to "MEChA Boy" Grijalva's office   
Tucson -- The FBI is analyzing a toxic substance sent to the Tucson office of U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, the Democratic congressman's campaign spokesman said. -- A mail check at Grijalva's local office Thursday uncovered a white powdery substance and drawings of two swastikas inside an envelope, Adam Sarvana told CNN... [It was later reported that the powder was harmless]

KVOA-TV -- Tucson -- October 21, 2010    
District 7 forum pits Rep. Grijalva, McClung and Meyer   
In less than two weeks voters will head to the polls for the general election. Several races will be decided including state officials, US senator and representatives. -- The race in Southwestern Arizona's district seven is heating up. Incumbent Raul ["MEChA-Boy"] Grijalva is facing a tough opponent in republican Ruth McClung...

Hot Air -- October 20, 2010    
Destructive Dems cutting more races loose?   
...Sometimes pulling ads means that the race has already been secured for the Democrat, Reid Wilson says, but then points to razor-close races in Arizona as an example. Raul Grijalva and Gabrielle Giffords face two tough opponents and have been skewered in Arizona over immigration-enforcement issues in districts that are more Republican than Democrat...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- October 16, 2010   
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva rolling up sleeves as race tightens   
Rep. Raúl Grijalva's wife has sent an urgent appeal to supporters to help the four-term congressman win re-election, saying he is facing the toughest race since he first won his southwestern Arizona seat eight years ago. -- "There is a true sense of urgency, and now is the time to really get busy!" Mona Grijalva wrote this week in an e-mail to supporters...

Jay Tea -- Wizbang -- October 16, 2010    
Kick this clown to the curb, Arizona   
I usually don't get interested or involved in individual Congressional races; I'm more of a "big picture" kind of guy. But I am the type to draw connections, and one name has sprung up once too often for me to keep quiet. -- Representative Raul Grijalva (D-AZ). -- Grijalva has represented Arizona's 7th District since 2003, and he's done an outstanding job...

Politico -- October 15, 2010     
Outside group hits Raul Grijalva race   
In another sign that Democratic Rep. Raul Grijlava's once-safe seat is in play, an anti-tax group is rolling out an independent ad targeting the Arizona congressman for calling for an economic boycott against his state. -- Americans for Tax Reform said it plans to spend $230,000 to run the ad, which blasts Grijalva for urging a boycott of Arizona...

Politico -- October 13, 2010     
Progressive group tries to chum up votes for embattled "MEChA Boy" Grijalva
President Obama told them to "buck up" and Vice President Joe Biden chided them to "stop whining" -- and at least one leading progressive group is responding with gusto. -- The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is redoubling its support for a handful of liberal House and Senate candidates...

The Hill -- Washington -- October 12, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva latest incumbent in tough reelection race   
Even liberal Democrats from normally safe districts are embroiled in tough reelection races this cycle. -- Two recent polls show Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) -- who hasn't faced a tough challenge in his eight years in the House -- within the margin of error against an unknown Republican... [This clown sides with Mexico on SB1070]

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson -- October 12, 2010   
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva helps farms seeking Mexican labor   
Yuma -- Farming groups in Yuma have enlisted Rep. Raúl Grijalva to push for a special guest-worker program they are proposing for the winter vegetable season. -- The pilot program would exempt local employers from a requirement to provide housing for Mexicans who hold special visas issued when farmers can't find enough workers in the U.S... [See Solis Watch]

Politico -- October 9, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva giving the Dems a headache   
Add Rep. Raul Grijalva to the growing list of Democratic worries this election season. -- Party operatives say there's increasing concern that the Arizona Democrat's reelection bid could turn into a "sleeper" race for Republicans after Grijalva — responding to enactment of a tough new immigration law — called for an economic boycott of his own state amid a housing crisis and record unemployment... -- October 5, 2010   
Scientist hopes to rocket to Washington   
Ruth McClung sat inside a McDonald's in east Tucson, not eating or drinking but talking about why she should be the next U.S. representative from Arizona's District 7, a seat that has been held by Democrat Raul ["MEChA-Boy"] Grijalva for the last eight years...

Seeing Red in AZ -- October 4, 2010     
Ruth McClung for Congress: A billboard worth a thousand words   
Arizona's Liberal Democrat U.S. Rep. Raul ["MEChA Boy"] Grijalva has shown his ineptitude in calling for a boycott of the state he supposedly represents. This billboard of his conservative Republican opponent -- physicist Ruth McClung — is a reminder of who Grijalva is and what he actually represents -- which is not the state of Arizona, whose citizens are staggering under the highest unemployment rate in decades — 9.7%.

The Blaze -- September 2, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva linked to "Republicans hate Latinos" speech   
Audio from Department of Labor representative Dolores Huerta's speech praising Venezualan dictator Hugo Chavez and saying "Republicans hate Latinos," reveals that Huerta's appearance seems to have been supported by Congressman Raul M. Grijalva (D-AZ). A representative from Grijalva's office attended and "brought" Huerta to the Aprill 2006 speech...

Allan Wall -- -- August 22, 2010    
Photo ID to vote? Poll says most likely voters say yes   
Hispanic activists in the U.S. have been known to oppose the use of photo ID for voters. For example, Arizona congressman Raul Grijalva (also an enemy of SB 1070) is against it. -- After all, the ramshackle voter registration system most U.S. states currently have makes it easier for non-citizens to vote!

Red State -- August 18, 2010    
Grijalva, Giffords tangle over SB1070   
Giffords' district - one with a significant Republican lean - is currently rated as vulnerable by respected analyst Charlie Cook. For a Democrat in a conservative state, representing a Republican-leaning seat, it is important to stake out moderate stances on controversial issues...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson -- August 3, 2010     
'MEChA Boy' Grijalva hasn't lost hope on amnesty this year   
U.S. Congressman Raúl Grijalva said he's all for a lame-duck session of Congress to tackle some elements of immigration reform [read: amnesty] if Democrats lose any seats in the midterms. -- With talk of a post-election session to move some of the Democratic agenda that's been stymied so far, Grijalva said there's a group lobbying to make incremental change...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson -- July 29, 2010     
Toothless, petty boycotts continue despite 'MEChA Boy' Grijalva's plea    
Boycotts of Arizona are continuing despite U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva's attempt to call them off Wednesday after a judge tossed out much of SB 1070. -- Officials in the Los Angeles and San Francisco city governments said Wednesday that they're not ready to call off their "don't buy from Arizona" positions... [See: Boycott fails, Arizona economy flourishes]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- July 21, 2010     
Congressional Hispanic Caucus hints Obama promised healthcare for illegals 
The leaders of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus are now pushing for a provision in any so-called "comprehensive immigration reform" measure which would extend healthcare benefits to the millions of illegal aliens now in the country. -- uring the contentious healthcare debate earlier this year, the Caucus threatened to withhold their support for the legislation...

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- July 9, 2010     
Grijalva clashes with Goddard, Arpaio over Arizona boycott   
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, a Democrat running for governor, is calling on U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva, D-Ariz., to back off his high-profile support for an economic boycott of Arizona in protest of its controversial immigration law...

Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson -- July 9, 2010    
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva assembles gaggle of SB 1070 foes   
A group of artists, backed by U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva, unveiled a new coalition to fight Arizona's new immigration law Thursday, offering an alternative for acts that might otherwise cancel performances in protest. -- Grijalva, who called for a limited boycott to pressure the state to reconsider the law, said artists have historically been at the forefront of social change...

Yuma Sun -- July 7, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva delighted about DoJ lawsuit against Arizona   
...Congressman Raul Grijalva, D-Yuma, said the lawsuit is both prudent and necessary. -- "Prudent because you have to defend the constitutional prerogatives of all of us, including the federal government. And necessary because you have to test this law," he said in his own statement Tuesday...

Patrick McArdle -- The Examiner -- June 27, 2010     
GOP candidate supports SB1070, joins anti-"MEChA Boy" Grijalva protest  
Republican Ruth McClung running against Raul Grijalva in congressional district 7 showed up at his headquarters Saturday during a protest against a comment made by Grijalva who is calling for a boycott of Arizona to force repeal of SB1070...

Russell Pearce -- Front Page Magazine -- June 27, 2010    
The question of birthright citizenship   
...Sure enough, we've heard the same complaints about separating families. Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) put together a Congressional panel against SB 1070. He trotted out ten-year-old Catherine Figueroa whose illegal alien parents had stolen identities of American citizens and were detained. She sobbed lines that no doubt were scripted by her handlers...

KGUN-TV -- Tucson -- June 27, 2010    
Hundreds protest "MEChA Boy" Grijalva   
Boycott Arizona? We'll boycott you! That's the message some tea-party members had for our local congressman Congressman Raul Grijalva. -- Grijalva's been pushing for an economic boycott of his own state since the governor signed the immigration law. Grijalva is up for re-election this November and people who we met today are determined to unseat him...

Tucson Citizen -- June 22, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva subject of protest, boycotting the boycotter   
GOP faithful, TEA partiers, and fed-up citizens in Raul Grijalva's 7th congressional district are organizing a protest rally at his office located at 810 E 22nd street in Tucson on Saturday June 26th. The social media has been burning up with posts about this rally. The last time his office saw a protest was August 22, 2009...

Associated Press -- June 12, 2010     
Man charged with threatening "MEChA-boy" Grijalva   
Tucson -- Authorities say a Phoenix man has been charged with threatening to kill Arizona Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva. -- Federal prosecutors say 31-year-old Justin M. Haynes was indicted Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Tucson on one count of threatening to assault, kidnap or kill a federal employee or official...

KNXV-TV -- Phoenix -- June 9, 2010     
Arpaio comments on "MEChA-boy" Grijalva's coming baby-waving fiasco   
Sheriff Joe Arpaio is standing by his illegal immigration sweeps and is speaking out against a hearing Thursday in Washington, D.C. -- "If they think they're going to scare me away it's never going to happen," said Sheriff Arpaio. -- Four Valley women and one child will be testifying about how Arpaio's workplace raids have impacted their lives...

KGUN-TV -- Tucson -- June 9, 2010     
"MEChA boy" Grijalva to hold hearing on so-called abuses by Arpaio   
Congressman Raul Grijalva will hold a congressional hearing on Thursday to show what he calls "abuses" in how Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio conducts illegal immigration sweeps. Arpaio is quick to admit he's been enforcing much of SB1070 for years. Grijalva says exposing Arpaio's tactics may force lawmakers to start talking about comprehensive immigration reform [aka amnesty]...

National Journal -- June 3, 2010    
Illegal immigration debate fuels state English laws   
...Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., said the Arizona immigration law and the Oklahoma's ballot initiative come from the same "anti-immigrant" reaction. -- "I think that's the political tenor out there and unfortunately nothing is being done at a national level to counteract it," Grijalva said...

Yuma Sun -- June 2, 2010    
Grijalva called for Arizona boycott, now gripes about its effects   
With SB 1070 a polarizing topic both in Arizona and across America, U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva says divisions cut across all lines, with a deep racial divide. -- "I'm hearing that there has been economic loss to this state ... because of that environment. Those are all not good things." -- Grijalva, who himself previously called for a boycott on the state of Arizona... said he is not to blame...

Yuma Sun -- June 2, 2010    
"MEChA-boy" Grijalva calls for challenge of Senate Bill 1070 in courts   
The best way to fight the state's new immigration law is through the courts, not boycotts, Congressman Raul Grijalva said Tuesday during a public forum here. -- Grijalva, a Tucson Democrat whose district includes Yuma County, said boycotts organized in opposition to Senate Bill 1070 have been damaging to Arizona's economy...

Los Angeles Times -- May 24, 2010  
Vehement Reconquista zealot Grijalva continues to attack his own state   
Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva of Arizona has been characterized as passionate, outspoken and just plain stubborn. -- After he called for a boycott on his own state because of its new immigration law, his office received death threats. -- But he didn't back down. Instead, Grijalva continued to denounce the law, calling it "racially motivated."

Mark Krikorian -- National Review -- May 24, 2010     
ICE's empty threat   
Senator Sessions' rebuke of ICE's despicable threat to refuse to take into custody illegal aliens arrested by Arizona police is well deserved, but ultimately moot. As I wrote last month when hard-left Rep. Raul Grijalva first suggested this course of action for ICE, there is no chance this is going to actually happen...

Politico -- May 21, 2010     
Grijalva, Menendez giddy over Calderon's attack on Arizona law   
A...Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz. - more MEChA trash), who has called for a boycott of his home state, praised Calderon's comments. "I'm glad he said it, as a head of state," Grijalva said after the speech. "The law is so ugly, so insulting and so racially motivated that it didn't give him any option." -- New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez didn't seem bothered by a foreign leader criticizing the United States while standing in the House chamber...

Tucson Citizen May 14, 2010     
Boycott Grijalva, not Arizona...   
..."Since Grijalva began his boycott of the people he is supposed to represent, the support to our campaign has tripled," McClung said. "Our fundraisers in Yuma are outpacing our expectations, Pinal county is waking up, our media presence in Pima County continues to grow, more people are coming forward and saying, Grijalva has to go."

Maria Fotogpoulos -- Bemidji (Minn.) Pioneer -- May 12, 2010      
Arizona is right   
From President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder and California Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg to legislators such as Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz, and members of the L.A. City Council, political opportunists are lining up against American citizens. It's beginning to look like a conspiracy!... [See Amnesty Watch]

Investor's Busines Daily -- April 29, 2010     
Boycotting Arizona   
Most members of Congress like to bring home the bacon to their districts. But Arizona's Raul Grijalva wants everyone to boycott his state to protest its immigration law. Who, exactly, is he serving? -- It ought to astonish onlookers to see a congressman, elected to represent the interests of Arizona's voters, instead using his office to throw them out of work...

CNN -- April 28, 2010       
Democrats call for elimination of Arizona's new anti-invasion law   
Congressional Democrats made an impassioned plea on the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday for Arizona's new immigration law to be overturned, citing constitutional concerns and other implications for the country. -- "This law must be overturned -- either legally, politically or with the economic consequences that are beginning to happen to Arizona already because of the law," said [craven traitor] Rep. Raul Grijalva... -- April 27, 2010       
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva calls for federal non-cooperation with Arizona law   
Democracy Now! reports that Rep. Raul Grijalva (D–AZ) is urging federal non-cooperation with the new Arizona immigration law and is calling for a targeted economic boycott of Arizona.

My Portland -- Portland Oregonian -- April 27, 2010     
Immigration and the governor of Arizona   
My hats off to the Governor of Arizona for attempting to do SOMETHING about illegal immigration into the United States. Something the Federal Government and our current admistration refuses to do. -- U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat, and civil rights activists, calls it an "unjust and racist law." President Obama called the new law "misguided."

Associated Press -- April 26, 2010     
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva: US should fight Arizona immigrant law   
...U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat [and vehement open-borders zealot], and civil rights activists spoke on Sunday to thousands of people gathered at the state Capitol and called on President Barack Obama to fight the law, promising to march in the streets and invite arrest by refusing to comply...

KOLD-TV -- Tucson -- April 24, 2010    
Hundreds gather in Tucson to rally against new immigration law   
A couple of hundred people gathered Saturday morning at Rep. Raul Grijalva's office in Tucson to protest Arizona's new immigration law. -- Governor Jan Brewer made history after signing the bill Friday. The law has been called the toughest against illegal immigration in the nation...

Phoenix Business Journal -- April 24, 2010    
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva calls for Obama to end agreements with Arizona police   
U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., said Friday he wants President Barack Obama to end law enforcement agreements with Arizona police departments in the wake of Gov. Jan Brewer signing a controversial immigration measure. -- Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070 into law Friday...

David Hatfield -- -- April 24, 2010    
"MEChA Boy" Grijalva an 'embarrassment'   
Are you, as a person trying to earn a living in this state outraged by one of our very own Congressman, U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva, taking to the national airwaves to call on organizations to boycott Arizona? -- What's next? [Tucson] Mayor Bob Walkup telling conventioneers they shouldn't come to Tucson because he can't get a convention hotel built? -- April 22, 2010     
"MEChA-Boy" menace Grijalva trying to destroy his own state over SB 1070 
...[U.S. Rep. and rabid Mexican reconquista zealot / race pimp Raul] Grijalva [D-Az.] called on national organizations of all kinds to reject Arizona as a convention destination unless the bill is vetoed. A Super Bowl ban by the National Football League Players Association after the state refused to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. day was effective in changing the policy in 1993...

Washington Times -- April 22, 2010     
Arizonan: Boycott us over immigration bill   
One Arizona congressman [Raul "MEChA-Boy" Grijalva] called for businesses to boycott his own state, and a Catholic cardinal [Roger "Phony" Mahony] said the state may be encouraging "German Nazi and Russian Communist techniques" as pushback against Arizona's proposed crackdown on illegal [aliens] went into high gear Tuesday. [VIDEO: "MEChA-Boy" appears on the execrable Countdown with Keith Olberman]

Washington Times -- April 20, 2010     
"MEChA-Boy" Rep. Grijalva urges boycott of own state over SB1070 
An Arizona congressman urged businesses on Tuesday to boycott his state if the governor signs into law a bill to make illegal immigration a state offense. -- Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat, said businesses need to punish the state if the bill becomes law as a way of making sure no other states follow suit...

Nogales (Arizona) International -- April 13, 2010     
Giffords asks for new border wall, irking Raul 'Mexico First' Grijalva    
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has requested $3 million in federal funds to replace the border fence in downtown Nogales with a more impenetrable barrier, rankling fellow Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva, who called the move "a political response."

Imperial Valley News -- Holtville, Calif. -- April 1, 2010     
Deranged Rep. Grijalva pushes for amnesty while lamenting Rob Kentz's murder   
..."The safety of the Arizona border region is subject to multiple conflicting factors, including the prevalence of organized criminal groups with little regard for human life. We must reach across the border and develop better cooperation with Mexican authorities to address smuggling activities in these isolated regions. Congress must stand up and address comprehensive immigration reform [read: amnesty] so that our border agencies can focus on isolating and preventing criminal activities along the border."

NPR -- March 17, 2010    Audio Included     
Rabid Mexican Reconquista fanatic Grijalva prattles about amnesty   
...Raul Grijalva: "ell, I think it has to. I think that is the commitment that was made not just to the [illegal alien.... criminal] community or to the Latino community, but a commitment made in general, that we're going to deal with this other broken part of our system, the immigration system - and a commitment made by the administration, made by congressional leadership..."

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