This morning the L.A. Times editorial page criticizes Arnold Schwarzenegger for his stance on illegal immigration, saying (among other things):
Schwarzenegger also asked a TV station to remove a billboard reading “Los Angeles, Mexico” on the grounds it encourages illegal immigration. We know that he has a better sense of humor than that . . .
A lot of people don’t consider this to be a laughing matter. Interesting to know that L.A. Times editors do.
UPDATE: A commenter notes that the editors also compare opposition to illegal immigration to Nazi xenophobia:
[A]s someone born and raised in the shadow of the Third Reich, [Schwarzenegger] should also know better than to be fanning this anti-foreigner frenzy.
To recap: the concept of Los Angeles being retaken by Mexico through illegal immigration is funny. Those who disagree are reminiscent of Nazis.