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Reminder: How Mexico Treats "Undesirable" Foreigners

Sounds reasonable. Along the lines of what I have advocated for a long time. We'll see if you're right about the "both sides" comment. Who oppses this?
mschneiter Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 4:05 PM
I oppose it because history has proven that if you give the government an inch it will take a mile. If you think we have problems with the government refusing to enforce immigration law now just wait until they aren't enforcing even more lenient laws.
loadstar Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 3:39 PM
A love M.E., but America already accepts more LEGAL immigrants every year than ALL OTHER NATIONS COMBINED!

We can certainly expand the LEGAL side with the educated and skilled who CAN BENEFIT AMERICA.

We don't have a broken immigration system-- we have a broken existing law ENFORCEMENT system.

Why is this? Because some on BOTH sides want them here, ALL to profit from them-- miscreant employers, ethnocentric Hispanic groups, and the Left, which wants their votes and dependency.
American politicians in both parties are stampeding all over themselves to pander to Mexico and adopt mass illegal alien amnesty schemes. But while the Mexican government lobbies for more "humane" treatment of illegal border crossers from their country into ours, Mexico remains notoriously restrictionist toward "undesirable" foreigners who break their laws or threaten their security.

Despite widely touted immigration "reforms" adopted in 2011, Mexico still puts Mexico first -- as any country that is serious about protecting its sovereignty should and would.

Article 33 of Mexico's constitution establishes the right of the president to detain and deport "any foreigner" and prohibits foreigners from...