So, let me see if I have this right.
Our border with Mexico isn't secure. It hasn't been for well over a decade. There are between 12 and 20 million people in our country illegally. These illegals drain the resources of Arizona that were paid for by, and intended for, their citizens. They brought crime with them, killing police officers and a rancher. The citizens of Arizona decide that they've had enough. Their state representatives crafted a law modeled closely after the Federal statute that makes undocumented residency illegal. The governor signs it and there are non-stop protests ever since.
Am I right so far?
Not being ones to let a good crisis go to waste, radical left-wing protestors come crawling out from beneath the baseboards to scream that everyone who supports the new law is racist. The state capital building has swastikas drawn on its windows with refried beans. The Right Reverend Al Sharpton is the national face of Washington's opposition to the law. In a stunning statement, President Obama sides with the left-wing protestors and against the Constitutional right of Americans to be secure. It looks as though, from all outward appearances, the Obama administration wants the border of Mexico to be open, in direct opposition to the will of Americans.
This has nothing to do with race and everything to do with the rule of law. Those professional racists cannot argue that point with any validity or accuracy. Let's just say this right now and get it out of the way:
It's not racist to want a secure border any more than it's an act of racism to have a front door with a lock on it.
You have a right to control who enters your home.
Our country is no different.