‘Family Guy’ Creator Draws Parallels Between Arizona, Nazi GermanyThere, he said it: Seth MacFarlane, the mind behind the hit man-’toon "Family Guy," courted controversy once again during a recent interview by comparing Arizona's already infamous new immigration law to the Nazis' notorious practice of demanding to see people's "papers."
There, he said it: Seth MacFarlane, the mind behind the hit man-’toon “Family Guy,” courted controversy once again during a recent interview by comparing Arizona’s already infamous new immigration law to the Nazis’ notorious practice of demanding to see people’s “papers.” –KA
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Reuters via “Today”:
“It’s too much. It’s kind of a slap in the face, it’s not the way to handle it … Nobody but the Nazis ever asked anybody for their papers,” MacFarlane told Reuters Television in an interview on Thursday.
“Walking down the street, a cop can come up to you and say ‘May I see your papers?’ — I think they should be required to ask that question in German if the law sticks around,” he added.
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