Mexico Condemns Immigration Bill
MEXICO CITY — The Mexican government slammed the U.S. Congress for approving an immigration bill that would tighten border controls and make it harder for undocumented immigrants to get jobs.
The House also authorized the building of a fence along parts of the U.S.-Mexico border, but did not include any new temporary work program for migrants, something Mexico insists is needed.
"The U.S. executive branch publicly expressed its commitment to an integral immigration reform, with a new program for temporary workers," the statement continued. "The Mexican government will redouble its efforts to achieve this shared goal."
Guess what you idiots, the "U.S. executive branch" isn't a monarchy. The citizens of America are it's government and we don't want any more of your criminals! And while we're at it, we are going to send you the criminals that we already have right back to you!
You don't like it? Become a superpower instead of some third world country that leeches of America and depends on criminals and drugs for your income. Then maybe you will have some clout. Until then, shut up.