Originally Posted by LeGenie
I am sorry. I meant SB or BB
Depends on the table dynamics. If the table is tight and you can get a lot of limpers to fold, go for it and raise. If it's loose and a raise will just serve to build a large multiway pot, limp/check and see a flop. There is a difference between being UTG and being a blind. Being in the blinds gives you the added preflop advantage of assessing the action, the possible effect of a raise, and the best course of action, all while considering your postflop position.
When I'm a blind and it is limped around to me, I have a pretty wide limping range. I'd hardly ever suggest folding AQ if you can throw in an extra buck to see the flop. Call or raise, depending on table dynamics.
Your positional calling/raising ranges should vary with each new table.