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Mexico Becomes a Stable, Politically Diverse Neighbor

RedRum Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 12:02 PM
Those of us who have lived in the American southwest for the last 40 years don't buy for a second that there is "no net immigration" from Mexico since 2007. Hogwash. The face of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas have been permanently changed by massive, uncontrolled ILLEGAL immigration from Mexico to the US. They are here in droves, have overwhelmed once stable communities and have ensured one-party rule in CA. California is far from the "golden state" it once was, and now is a national joke with nearly 10% unemployment, millions of illegals receiving taxpayer-funded benefits they don't deserve and clogging schools and hospitals demanding treatment legal, lifelong residents don't receive.
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 3:14 PM

I lived in our southwest until 2000; and knew a large number of illegal immigrants.

They were all fine people; coming here from a country where they were paid PESOS; hoping to earn DOLARES.

Now our dollars just about equal the peso; and 12 million of them are able to apply for legal amnesty. They're no longer limited to our southwest. They're everywhere in America. As we'll soon see, the larger part of these will qualify for amnesty. They'll become legal citizens and taxpayers.

THIS offends racists, who hate any darker complexion in sight; and whoever speaks Spanish. Taco shops racists LIKE; knowing Mexican food to be economical, wholesome; found all over America!
loadstar Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 12:57 PM
a telling concurrent comment (slight edit)...

lchapman Wrote:
I live in one of most illegal-alien plagued areas of S. Calif. (Mexifornia)...a poll among ILLEGALS showed that over 70% of them came across the border, not for the freedoms we have, but because they like the big government we have ("free stuff"). Hmmm

When polled down in Mexico, over half of its 110 million said that another amnesty here would encourage the rest of them to come on up!
loadstar Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 12:57 PM
This article is REALLY worth a read if you care to see what the ignorant poor, Hispanic invasion will mean, as it permeates like a cancer, inexorably killing the host...where is there a shining light in Latin America, except (on a limited basis) where a substantial Euro influence remains evident?

A warning (canary in the coal mine) of socio-economic doom if we naturalize millions of low aptitude, ethnocentric ILLEGAL aliens clinging to Espanol--->

The demise of once-idyllic and thriving Maywood California:
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 3:00 PM

I was polled too, and asked about white supremacist racism in our country.

I had to say we all know who is adamantly opposed to legal (repeat, LEGAL) amnesty. Every racist in the country; and many who are being deceived by racist hate speech. Of which we have a nice example here: Loathesome Pants Load, non-stop poster of Mexican bashing lies.

dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 3:22 PM

Another excellent import from Mexico; TEQUILA.
Nothing but great, straight up or mixed. Tequila is much nicer than rum, IMHO. It's an economical beverage; sure to delight Michael Barone, too.

Barone says the economy in Mexico is growing at 5 percent; and likely Tequila exports are one good reason for that. Loathesome Load of Manure is a corn whisky swigger like many racists. White lightning; disgusting stuff.

We Americans are lucky, though we seldom reflect on it, that we have good neighbors.

In East Asia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines face challenges from China over islands they have long claimed in the East China Sea.

In Europe, Germany and other prosperous nations face demands for subsidies from debt-ridden nations to avoid the collapse of the Euro.

When Southern Europeans look across the Mediterranean, they see Muslim nations facing post-Arab spring upheaval and disorder.

The United States has land borders with just two nations, Canada (on which more on another day) and Mexico, where Barack Obama is...

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