PHOENIX (SR) - In a display of opposition to the new Arizona law that outlaws being illegal, tonight the Phoenix Suns will wear jerseys emblazoned with "Los Suns."
The idea came from Suns owner Robert Sarver, who was seeking a way to safeguard his profits from the hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants in the Phoenix area who are actively boycotting anything labeled "Phoenix" or "Arizona" unless it's tied to free healthcare, welfare, or food stamps.
Also, unsubstantiated reports say that in order to further bond with local illegal immigrants, some members of the team plan to trash and rob border ranches while transporting large amounts of illegal substances, while others will commit violence and property crimes in metropolitan areas.
The San Antonio Spurs, the opposing team Phoenix plays tonight in a second round playoff series, called the "Los Suns" jerseys "a prophetic statement by a pathetic organization pandering to criminals. It'll be a loss for them, alright."
My comments: Hey, great move Suns! You've pissed off the 70% of Arizona residents who approve of the law (those legal residents with employment who support you, BTW), but earned the respect of the thousands of illegals who sponge off the 70% you just pissed off. Brilliant! Go Spurs!
Point guard Steve Nash sprints across a border ranch with contraband