In Alabama yesterday, pizza magnate Herman Cain said his administration would support Alabama’s crackdown on undocumented immigrants. “Under the Cain presidency, the Justice Department would not be suing Alabama. The Justice Department would be helping Alabama,” Cain said after winning the West Alabama straw poll. Alabama has the nation’s most restrictive immigration law, and the Justice Department is challenging the law in federal court. One Alabama judge has already found part of it unconstitutional. Yet in a Cain administration, he said “empowering states to do what the federal government won’t do” is vital to stopping undocumented immigration. Presumably long with alligators and an electric fence.