Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Deport them quickly

Mexico Retaliates for Border Wall Plan
The Mexican government, angered by a U.S. proposal to extend a wall along the border to keep out migrants, has struck back with radio ads urging Mexican workers to denounce rights violations in the United States.

It's hard to underestimate the ill-feeling the proposal has generated in Mexico, where editorial pages are dominated by cartoons of Uncle Sam putting up walls bearing anti-Mexican messages.

Hmm, Mexico has editorial cartoons depicting a wall and America has jails full of criminal alien child rapists... which countries population should have more "ill-feelings?"

An AP reporter from Mexico helped write this article and it shows. Only criminal alien advocates are quoted, there isn't even a pretense of showing the other side of the coin.

Please, write your Senators and tell them to keep the language in HR 4437 intact. We need increased interior enforcement and a strengthened border.

Senator Smith
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Ron Wyden
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4 comments:

jwalker said...

I wrote Gordon. Good idea. Fox is such a hypocrite.

Tony said...

Gee. I wonder what the Statesman's Gabriella Rico will say about all of this.

Probably some heartstring tugging story about someone whose cousin died trying to come over the wall to get medicine for their dying one legged grandmother or something.

And leave out the part about them mule-hauling meth over the border to pay for it.

MAX Redline said...

"We have a binational life," he said of Zacatecas, a state that has been sending migrants north for more than a century. "It isn't just a feeling of rejection. It's against what we see as part of our life, our culture, our territory."

Umm...he's wrong. His territory is south of the US Border!

Daniel said...

Tony, they look long and hard for those sob stories. Imagine, it's like trying to find a needle in the middle of a drug dealing, child raping, drunk driving haystack!