Great take by Debbie Schlussel on the controversy in Utah , which involves the public disclosure of the identities of 1,300 illegal aliens living in the state.
I tend to agree with her assessment, especially this part:
And that’s the thing here: it’s an embarrassment–an embarrassment to Utah and an embarrassment to the federal government. In a matter of minutes, two lowly state employees put together the list of illegal aliens sucking Utah dry and notified police and the public. And if it takes only two people to do this, why does it take 300 million taxpayers to pay for a giant bloated federal agency to enforce the law . . . and we still can’t get it done?
Maybe it’s just me, but the fact that this information was compiled by two conscientious state workers makes the assertions by the open-borders crowd that deportation isn’t a realistic option ring rather hollow.