Although he's a Canadian, Steve Nash of Victoria has leaped sneakers first into the contentious immigration bill debate in Arizona.
... [Nash] appeared on ESPN yesterday and lashed out at the new bill that would allow Arizona police to stop and question people on reasonable suspicion of being illegal immigrants into the United States.
... Nash's stance doesn't surprise those who knew him in Victoria and who saw his sense of social justice emerging in school.
... "This league is very multicultural, including myself as a foreigner," he said.
"As a foreigner" Nash should mind his manners and stick his Canuck multi-culti "sense of social justice" where the sun don’t shine.
As for the Times Colonist author of the above story, he should try not to distort the facts. The Arizona law does not "... allow Arizona police to stop and question people on reasonable suspicion of being illegal immigrants ...".
Rush Limbaugh: "professional sports needs to man up":
... don't give us this superior, "I'm better than you are," multicultural