Even before the new Arizona immigration law goes into effect, it's having the desired results.  It's estimated that over 100,000 illegal immigrants have fled the state over the last few weeks.  This past weekend, Hispanic residents in Phoenix and Tuscon were holding sidewalk sales to turn their belongings into cash that they intend to use to leave Arizona.  Unfortunately for California, a large portion of illegals say they intend to move to San Francisco and Orange County's Santa Ana, both known as sanctuary cities for illegals.  Protesters against the law were arrested over the weekend when they blocked traffic at major intersections, but just as many pro anti-illegal immigration supporters showed up to counter them.  The latest polls show that at least 65 percent of Americans now want illegal immigrants out of the country, even as President Obama is suing Arizona for enforcing federal laws against illegal immigrants.