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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Mexico's President Slams Ariz. Immigration Law

Well Mr. President, we wouldn't have to do this if you would do your job on your side of the border, now would we?

MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Monday condemned Arizona's tough new immigration law as discriminatory and warned that relations with the U.S. border state will suffer.


Oh, we're so scared! What you going to do Mr. President, allow more illegal immigrants in?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey people!! I am Mexican-American and I strongly believe we need reform, but not this kind that profiles my children because of the color of my skin. The day will come as we grow in numbers and in strength when our vote will begin to move political mountains.

I Leonidas said...

What kind of outburst is this by Calderon? Is he threatening the security of the United States and making threats to Arizona? Kind of sounds like it "relations will suffer with the border state" sounds like a declaration of war or some kind of terroristic threat. Arent we taking this seriously? Where is Homeland Security? Why is the leader of a foreign nation allowed to threaten us like this? What does he mean relations will suffer? Any sort of boycott or terrorist threat has historically been treated as an act of war. Embargoes are usually acts of war. I'm just wondering why he is allowed to make this sort of outburst and our government doesnt see the Red Flag. They're planning something. I'm a bit worried about this as an American. I want protection.

 
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