The Arizona Diamondbacks faced the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field with demonstrators in favor of and against the new immigration laws signed by Jan Brewer (the governor Of Arizona).

I refuse to use this article to express an opinion unrelated to sports. What I will write about (from the heart) is the interference of politics in America’s national game from both sides of the controversial issue.

While the USA allows for peaceful demonstrations as a form of freedom of speech, doing so in front of a baseball stadium is reprehensible. People who go to sporting events of any kind go to relax and escape from the routines and tensions of everyday life.

It appears that one cannot relax in a sporting event with political demonstrations. I call on the spectators to ignore the political demonstrations from both sides of the immigration issue in front of any baseball or sporting events by saying yes in mind, heart, and soul to sports without politics.

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