The new Arizona immigration law that President Obama is trying to squash is gaining support by leaps and bounds.  Cities and counties across the U.S. are voting to back the western desert state, much to the chagrin of those who are here illegally, and now a powerful group of entire states is lining up in Arizona's corner.  Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox filed a legal brief on July 14 on behalf of his state and partners Alabama, Florida, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Virginia, saying that states have the authority to enforce immigration laws and protect their borders.  Obama's contention is that enforcing immigration laws is a federal issue.  Mr. O, read my lips: the Feds ain't doing squat about illegal immigration, so it's up to us now.  We should add that Obama's disregard for punishing illegal immigrants is fueling the debate again that he wasn't born in this country, and may be doing nothing about this issue because of his birth status.