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May 29, 2006

Mexico aims to maintain easy flow over border!

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues

vicentefox25b_ezr.JPGAm I the only one scratching his head and wondering what a Mexican president is doing roaming around and campaigning for law breakers in the United States of America in the first place, let alone openly trying to influence the enforcement of our existing laws and the creation of laws to protect OUR border?

If I haven't yet made it perfectly clear, I'm of the same mind as the U.S. prosecutor in the "middle of an invasion by illegal aliens" who said he's outraged by efforts by the Mexican government to interfere in U.S. policies and overturn laws being used to arrest and prosecute illegal aliens:

Mexican President Vicente Fox's multistate tour of the western United States last week came while his government is in the midst of a massive, well-financed campaign to influence congressional efforts at stricter immigration enforcement and shape public opinion to allow more Mexican nationals into this country.

Worried about pending legislation to better secure the U.S.-Mexico border, the Fox administration and its representatives are working through a coalition of U.S.-based immigration rights associations, Mexican-American organizations and grass-roots Hispanic groups to lobby U.S. lawmakers and civic leaders for amnesty for the estimated 12 million illegals in the United States,

Some of the groups are behind the rallies and boycotts held nationwide that drew millions of flag-waving demonstrators to protest immigration reform, including more than 500,000 in Los Angeles and 100,000 in Washington.

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Quote of the day: Citizenship in this country is not a "civil right." It is a privilege. When 10 to 12 to 20 million illegals cross our borders and take to the streets waving the Mexican flag demanding the "right" to stay, that is not a "civil rights" movement. It is an invasion.

Posted by Richard at May 29, 2006 8:06 AM

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