Heard a television news person ask Mr. Jackson why he was so adamantly against the Arizona immigration law when as a matter of fact the Arizona law requires that there has to be some reason such as suspicious behavior, traffic infraction or something out of the ordinary before law enforcement officers can make a stop or ask the first question. Then, and only then, are they allowed to ask for papers.
The federal law has no such restriction and anyone can be stopped or questioned for any reason if law enforcement wonders about their citizenship. This is certainly racial profiling.
However, since the President, the former governor of Arizona who appears to have forgotten her roots, the Attorney General and just about everyone on the Washington scene whether or not they have read the 15 page bill, have determined the bill is a bad bill.
Poor Jesse. He wants so badly to be on the "right side" of the issue that he has to come down on the side of the federal law and I'm not kidding. He was asked the specific question at least three times and he tried to talk himself around the answer.