I think BOTH sides are winners in this decision. The SC did a good job and rendered a solid opinion based on law and not politics.

Both sides of this debate have very good points. I think that there are only a handfull of people that "support the Arizona law" that feel that it was realistic, but most of us identified with the spirit of what it represented. The Supreme Court reinforced that very well in their decision.

There are no ideological solutions to our border issues. The only way we are going to be able to realistically address the problems of immigration is for the political partisans to stop using it as a tool to divide the people at the polls. The Arizona law was a symbol of partisan division and a tool in itself to force the Feds hand. It was a valliant effort to create change but a piss poor idea on how to handle the situation.