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March 17, 2005

Mexican president tells U.S. to control extremists

Topics: International News

The president of Mexico says that we should control our "extremists" that want his citizens to obey the laws of the United States in spite of the fact that his government(Mexico) openly advocates the violation of our country's laws. If that isn't hutzbah, I don't know hutzbah.  Read on ...

By Chris Hawley
Republic Mexico City Bureau
Mar. 16, 2005 06:42 PM

MEXICO CITY - Anti-immigrant sentiment appears to be growing in the United States, Mexican President Vicente Fox said Wednesday, and he urged U.S. officials to act quickly to control movements like the 950-member-strong Minuteman Project on the Mexico-Arizona border.

Fox said he plans to push for U.S. immigration reform during a meeting with President Bush in Texas next week. He also said the two leaders, along with Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, likely will announce a plan to expand the scope of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Mexico's National Human Rights Commission recently issued a warning about several new grass-roots movements inspired by Arizona's Proposition 200. Other Mexican officials have cited the Minuteman Project, a plan by activists to patrol the Arizona-Mexico border during April, as a sign of rising extremism.   Continue reading ...

As I said, that's Hutzbah!

Posted by Hyscience at March 17, 2005 1:34 PM



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