Thursday, March 15, 2007


Mexican President Felipe Calderon yesterday said he doesn't know whether relatives, who he said work as vegetable pickers in the United States, are there legally.

I do have family in the United States, and what I can tell you is that these are people who work and respect that country"...

The man has no shame!

They haven't respected our laws if they're here illegally!

...Calderon said half of the 4 million people from his home state of Michoacan now live in the United States.

2 Million from one state alone?

There are 31 states in Mexico, that means the the number of illegals is probably well over 20 Million!

...Mr. Calderon said he wants to see those workers who come to the U.S. eventually return to Mexico.

"We want them to come back; we want them to find jobs here in Mexico," he said. "We miss them. These are our best people. These are bold people, they're young, they're strong, they're talented."

Mexico's best people?

Here's what their women say...

a group of women from Tecalpulco have created a Web page urging the United States to enforce its immigration laws, forcing their husbands to return home.

In poignant public messages to their husbands, the women told of children who feel abandoned, and worry that their men have forsaken their families for other women and to enjoy life in America.

Best? talented people?

Just this week Des Moines Police charged Jose Hernandez-Yelasquez wit 3 counts of enticing children when he tried to get young girls into his van.

Jail records show Hernandez-Yelasquez was arrested in Des Moines three years ago and was held for immigration officials.

...Mr. Calderon chided Mr. Bush publicly Tuesday for approving the construction of 850 miles of fence along the U.S.-Mexico border, and yesterday he said he is worried about the rights of illegal aliens crossing the border.

Rights? Rights? You don't have no stinking rights! Rights are for citizens!

Don't tell America how to handle it's business!

Govern your country so your people will stay home!


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