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Mexican president says vote ‘a grave error’

June 29th, 2007 . by TexasFred
MEXICO CITY - President Felipe Calderon of Mexico today blasted the U.S. Senate’s rejection of the immigration bill, calling the senators’ action “a grave error” that avoided a “sensible, rational and legal solution.”

“It’s a mistake,” Calderon said. “First, because it’s a problem that’s not being confronted. And with this evasive action the U.S. Senate is making it worse.

“Secondly, by closing the door on legal immigration, the only thing the Senate does is open the door to illegal immigration.”

Well, here’s the deal Presidente Calderon, we don’t really give a damn what YOU think of OUR immigration policies, you hypocritical SOBs have even more severe immigration laws than the USA ever dreamed of, and you’d enforce them too if anyone was desperate enough to ever want to move IN to your flea infested bean pile!

Calderon, appearing at a joint news conference with the visiting President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, told reporters he continues to oppose a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border which was approved by Congress last year. Some 370 miles of fencing will be constructed by 2008, about 153 miles inside Texas. Another 400 miles would be built later.

And if the vast majority of Americans had their way, that wall would run the entire length of the U.S./Mexican border and ever 300 yards there would be manned .50cal gun emplacements and anything attempting to get over, under or around that wall would be considered an INVADER and would be shot dead, on the spot…

More than a tenth of Mexico’s 103 million people now live in the United States, many of them illegally. As the United States has beefed up border security, people from Mexico and Central America have opted for new and often perilous ways of making it across.

Our lawmakers did the right thing in stopping this BS amnesty bill, now all we need to do is enforce our own immigration laws and round up each and every illegal in this nation and ship them back to their nation of origin.

And we must secure our southern border to insure that this ILLEGAL invasion is stopped and NEVER allowed to happen again.

Americans have nothing against immigration Mr. Calderon but we do have an immense dislike for ILLEGALS in our nation, much the same as YOU have the same dislike for ILLEGALS in your nation as well, the big difference is, we’re a bit more decent to ILLEGALS than Mexico is, but hopefully that’s about to change as well.

I will tell you is this Mr. Calderon, you’d better be damned glad I’m not the President of the USA, because if I were, right now, at this very moment you’d have a huge pile of bodies on the Mexican side of the border, DEAD bodies, that is how I would deal with those that would INVADE my home if I were President.

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5 Responses to “Mexican president says vote ‘a grave error’”

  1. comment number 1 by: Kate

    Right on! I can’t tell you how heartening it is to find so many other people that feel and think the same way that I do, because the majority of the so-called power of our country keeps constantly telling us we’re wrong. It’s like the twilight zone- I don’t know how one can have common sense and come up with the ideas that they do, or not do what every one knows is right. I feel much more confident though, because I see that so, so many Americans get it, and feel so strongly about it that they are ready to fight these idiots. So thank you, for publicly adding your voice to give strength to the rest of us.

  2. comment number 2 by: LittleOleLady

    When did the American people tell Mexcio’s el Presidente that we gave a rats a-.. er… flying flip what he thought? If we did we’d either move to Mexico or elect him el POTUS.

    Ya know the US showed a certain king just what we thought about what HE thought of our country and our decisions and kicked out his invading military a long time ago..

  3. comment number 3 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    I’m sure you realize that, in terms of immigration INTO Mexico, theirs are some of the strictest rules on the continent?


  4. comment number 4 by: TexasFred

    Yeah, I do, but what I don’t understand is, how messed up has a country gotta be for someone to want to migrate TO Mexico?? :?

  5. comment number 5 by: irate one

    I am really glad that El Presidente spoke up. It turned the attention back to where it should be. You cannot blame them for crying, however. They got to send their poorest people away. Then ended up making more money off of the remittances than their own huge petroleum industry.

    They lag most African nations is providing social services. It is a terminally corrupt country with a horrible distribution of wealth. It is rotten from the top down.

    Clean up your act, El Presidente and maybe then we can talk.