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With the big news about Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) signing the tough anti-immigration bill into law on Friday, you knew Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were gonna be talking about it on Monday, and they didn't disappoint.  From Jon's pictorial lesson on how to spot an illegal immigrant and calling Arizona our "meth lab of democracy", to Stephen's Wørd segment, they did not disappoint.  :-)  Stephen left all Arizonans with this advice:

Better yet, leave the police out of it.  They don't make the laws, they just enforce them.  Instead, everyone in Arizona should go to the Governor's mansion, and show her your paperwork.  (Perhaps a flaming bag of paperwork)  Or, even better yet, prove to her you're a citizen... when you vote.

Videos below the fold....

First up, here's the Daily Show coverage of the immigration bill.  For those non-regulars, what makes the clip even more ironic is that Jason Jones is NOT an American citizen.  He's Canadian.

And here's Stephen's Wørd segment.

Poor Esteban Colberto, being treated like that by the police.  :-(

So to any Arizonans reading this, like Stephen said, register your disapproval with Jan Brewer this November at the ballot box when she's up for election.

Originally posted to BruinKid on Tue Apr 27, 2010 at 09:14 AM PDT.

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