We are wondering what is taking so long for Giffords to issue a statement regarding the 9th Circuit's stay against enforcing Proposition 200's citizenship requirement that prevents illegals from voting. Considering that she opposed Prop 200 in the first place, that she is a board member of the ACLU in Southern Arizona that supported the lawsuit, and she is involved with open border groups, perhaps a statement from her is unnecessary.
The ACLU claims that requiring proof of citizenship and identification "disenfranchises voters and hinders voter registration drives," We would like to hear Giffords response to the question of what could be wrong, or unconstitutional, about disenfranchising people who broke the law to enter the country and who now try to break the law again to sway an election.
And why would she support such a radical view at the same time running tough-on-the-border ads?
Some suggest she plans to use the 9th Circuit opinion and her open borders groups to help get illegal aliens to the polls. Unfortunately, it will be impossible to tell if she succeeds.