Wednesday, March 14, 2007


George Bush is in Mexico...and this Mexican president down there is about to get on everybody's last nerve. He actually had the gall yesterday to blame the problem of illegal immigration on the United States. He also whined about the border fence and said Americans shouldn't do so many drugs. Perhaps we need more of what he's smoking.

So this character, whose name is Felipe Calderon, is upset about our 700-mile border fence. If that makes him upset...I wonder how mad he'd get if we put up a real border know, one that is 2,000 miles long. He also complained that he couldn't reduce drug production in Mexico with demand so high in the States. The truth probably is that he doesn't want to reduce illicit drug production ... or can't.

In the face of all of this rhetoric Bush was intent on doing all he could to appease those who enable and promote the Mexican invasion of the U.S.

Addressing El Presidente directly, Bush said: "In the debate on migration, I remind my fellow citizens that family values do not stop at the Rio Grande River, that there are decent, hardworking honorable citizens of Mexico who want to make a living for their families. And so, Mr. President, my pledge to you and your government, but, more importantly, the people of Mexico, is I will work as hard as I possibly can to pass comprehensive immigration reform."

Translation: OK, here you go: "I will do all I can to secure amnesty for the Mexicans who have already illegally crossed the border into the United States, and we'll try to make it easier for more of you to follow."

So once again the Mexican government takes no blame for their weak border security and the 12 million criminal immigrants invading our country. Thanks guys. And oh, by the way, when is somebody going to ask the president of Mexico why so many of its citizens want to leave their country? Oh, and the Mexican president compared our border fence to the Berlin Wall. Wrong...the Berlin Wall was to keep people in....we're' trying to keep people out. Big difference.

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