WTF... U.S.?s Toughest Immigration Law Is Signed in Arizona - NYTimes.com - Politics aside, I find this highly insulting to all the people of the United States. How are you supposed to suspect someone is undocumented or not?? Obviously, this is an invitation for racial profiling. Worst of all, it will affect US citizens and residents too since people may get in trouble for forgetting their wallets at home or for providing shelter or even transportation to an undocumented person, even if this one is a family members. I believe this outright violates constitutional rights of citizens as no one should be stopped by the police without probable cause. Not only that but illegal entrance/stay into the country is legally a civil offense not a criminal offense. And to add insult to injury, these "criminals", once arrested, are denied of the constitutional rights such as fair and speedy trial, being judge by a jury of peers, cruel and unusual punishment, among others. This law has been condemned by both Reps and Dems because it is a systematic way to constrain a sector of the population from any kind of upward social mobility. Regardless of how one could feel about undocumented immigrants, I believe this trade off of democratic values and constitutional rights for the sake of "national security" is absolutely irresponsible.Talk about government being too involved in people's life... End of my rant.