Monday, March 12, 2012

The Hypocrisy Of The Mexican Government

The United States of America has been and will continue to deal with the problems of Mexico forever. That sounds egregious enough, in this case, the truth is stranger than fiction.  In this case,  the truth is evident, as the United States has stocked piled over 14 million illegal aliens and the POTUS has order I.C.E. not to arrest illegal’s alien’s unless they have a criminal record or broken the law.

Illegal Aliens Deported From Mexico!
In the first place they are criminals and they have broken the law, as they are in the United States illegally, period.  So, just by the mere presence of the illegal’s, we have a drain of our entitlements which was mainly set up in the first place for people who were unable to make ends meet. You have illegal aliens now, obtaining welfare, section eight housing and obtaining medical assistance at the emergency room, and not paying a cent, as the hospitals, doctors are forced to apply for emergency Medicare.
So what do we have here? 

What you hear now is a very loud sucking sound of our entitlement program resources being used on a group of people who are not entitled to the funds.

What has the Obama administration done to stop this hideous illegal activity?  What he has done is order ICE Agents not to arrest or deport any illegal aliens if they do not have a criminal record and stopped the illegal’s form have to report to their judge ordered deportation hearings.
Ok, we have just briefly touched on the Obama’s “NON IMMIGRATION POLICY.”

Do you remember when the president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, was allowed to speak before a joint session of Congress on May 20, 2010  A foreign president on our home soil was allowed by the POTUS not only to address the nation, and a joint session of Congress Calderon took the opportunity and belittled the United States of America and the State of Arizona [ on it’s new immigration law.]  As an American citizen, I was appalled and embarrassed.

The president of the United States, did nothing, members of Congress did nothing, Nancy Pelosi looked like a Jack-in-the Box, jumping up and down at every opportunity; She did nothing to stop the continued shellacking by Calderon. That was a sad and embarrassing night for the United States of America.

WASHINGTONAs Mexican President Felipe Calderon ripped Arizona’s new law clamping down on illegal immigrants in front of Congress on Thursday, Democrats and White House officials rose to their feet to cheer, including Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano – two officials who have confessed to not even reading the law. “It was extremely disappointing to have a foreign head of state on the floor of the U.S. Congress exhibiting willful ignorance” over the new law, Arizona House Speaker Kirk Adams told Fox News.

Deported From Mexico
 So What has Mexico done since that “HISTORIC SPANKING Calderon gave the United States?” Well Mexico has passed a “NEW” immigration bill; one that you can make an argument on that “mirrors the Arizona immigration law.” Calderon while in Washington blasting the Arizona must have pocketed a copy of the bill and presto, “Mexico has a new Immigration Reform Law.”
The Mexican Senate has approved a new immigration measure that seeks protections of unauthorized migrants within its borders, as well as more services for them.

The bill also cracks down on undocumented immigrants in Mexico, allowing federal police to check immigration documents of people they encounter during their work, and imposing fines on employers who hire people who are illegally there. (That is called racial profiling here in the United States Friends)
Does this law look like and read like something you have heard before?

The immigration reform measure, passed 84-to-15 by the Mexican senate, comes amid mounting international pressure for Mexico to address what many Central Americans who illegally pass through there – usually en route to the United States — long have complained is abusive treatment by Mexican authorities.

The immigration bill also aims to control the entry, exit and transit of migrants, according to an article in
“Mexico has had just as much trouble keeping people out of Mexico who trying to make their way to the United States as the United States has had keeping illegal immigrants out,” said David Abalos, a Mexican American author of several books about Latinos. “This is Mexico’s attempt to put legal parameters around that problem.”
The measure, which is likely to go through fine-tuning in coming weeks, calls for providing migrants – regardless of their legal status – access to educational, health, legal and social services.
But in Mexico, as in the United States, plans to provide services to undocumented immigrants is drawing criticism from Mexican residents who see the move as rewarding law-breakers.  Does that sound familiar?

“That’s all we needed!” said a reader who posted a comment on the article about the Mexican Senate measure. “Now we’re going to have [illegal immigrants] living off our taxes. We’re already too generous, why do more?”

“Now, now you poor Mexican WORKING STIFF, who works, pays taxes obeys the laws; well welcome to our world; you see we too work our ass off, and like you, we want to keep our money as well and we do not want to feed your people any more than you want to feed the illegal’s in your country.  So all we want to do is kick our illegal aliens out of the country, like you do, so please take your people back.”

Wrote another from Mexico: “How is it possible that we want to encourage the world to pass through Mexico? Now our borders will be inundated by immigrants from China, India, Africa, Poland, etc. – in addition to all the ones from Central and South America!”  

Do you get the picture Juanito, The very same thing applies here in the United States, but your lame President Calderon wants you to come to the United States, so, tell me Juanito, how does it feel? 

But Mexican Senator Humberto Andrade praised the measure, saying that it
would help avoid a repeat of the massacre last year of 72 migrants by suspected drug traffickers.
Yes I know, there is always one in the crowd, we have those as well.
Officials from the migrants’ native lands – Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Ecuador and Brazil – lashed out at Mexico, saying it had to do more to protect migrants within its borders from violence and abuse.
Yes, it sounds all so familiar, does it not, so much so, Mexico passed their reform with little or no fanfare at all.

Last year, in discussing the massacre, Mexican senators said that Mexico — the largest source of illegal immigration to the United States — “cannot demand respect for its nationals in the United States” when it “does not assure dignified treatment” of migrants on its own turf, according to published reports.

Yes, you read it correctly, Even the Mexican Senators recognizes Mexico is the largest source of illegal aliens to the United States, and yet does nothing but complain and whine.

So there it is in a nut shell my friends and amigo’s, there is just not much we can do about now, but come November we can get rid ourselves of Obama and his cronies, once and for all.

1 comment:

Bloviating Zeppelin said...


Isn't it odd that Mexico's immigration policy is one of the MOST STRINGENT on the entire planet?

Check this out:

Then what would explain a CIS (Center for Immigration Studies) finding which indicates in part:

- In contrast to the leadership of many ethnic advocacy groups, most members of minority groups think immigration is too high.

Hispanics: 56 percent said it is too high; 7 percent said too low; 14 percent just right.

Asian-Americans: 57 percent said immigration is too high; 5 percent said too low; 18 percent just right.

African-Americans: 68 percent said it is too high; 4 percent said too low; 14 percent just right.

- Most members of minority groups do not feel that illegal immigration is caused by limits on legal immigration as many ethnic advocacy groups argue; instead, members feel it’s due to a lack of enforcement.

Hispanics: Just 20 percent said illegal immigration was caused by not letting in enough legal immigrants; 61 percent said inadequate enforcement.

Asian-Americans: 19 percent said not enough legal immigration; 69 percent said inadequate enforcement.

African-Americans: 16 percent said not enough legal immigration; 70 percent said inadequate enforcement.

- Most members of minority groups feel that there are plenty of Americans available to fill unskilled jobs.

Hispanics: 15 percent said legal immigration should be increased to fill unskilled jobs; 65 percent said there are plenty of Americans available to do unskilled jobs, employers just need to pay more.

Asian-Americans: 19 percent said increase immigration; 65 percent said plenty of Americans are available.

African-Americans: 6 percent said increase immigration; 81 percent said plenty of Americans are available.

- When asked to choose between enforcement that would cause illegal immigrants in the country to go home or offering them a pathway to citizenship with conditions, most members of minority groups choose enforcement.

Hispanics: 52 percent support enforcement to encourage illegals to go home; 34 percent support conditional legalization.

Asian-Americans: 57 percent support enforcement; 29 percent support conditional legalization.

African-Americans: 50 percent support enforcement; 30 percent support conditional legalization.

Full PDF file from CIS on the topic is here.

The CIS concludes:

Republicans are right to want to attract Latino voters. They are indisputably a growing share of the population and the electorate. But expanding the future flow of low-skilled immigrants into an economy ill-suited to promote their upward mobility will clearly be counterproductive given the evidence presented here. At the same time, Republican opposition to higher immigration levels can be too easily typecast as racist and xenophobic. This is because the party’s elites have failed to deliver a clear message that they want a pro-immigrant policy of reduced immigration and that these two goals are complementary. Such a policy would also prove to be the best means for moving immigrants toward the middle and upper income status that will promote their geographic and political mobility.