Skip to comments.Mexican Criminals Increasing Violence? Blame America
Posted on 10/18/2010 3:02:52 PM PDT by citizenredstater9271
We are a selfish nation and treating our neighbor to the south horribly. Its our fault that border violence is up. From Fox News: A coalition of Mexican mayors has asked the United States to stop deporting illegal immigrants who have been convicted of serious crimes in the U.S. to Mexican border cities, saying the deportations are contributing to Mexican border violence. Ciudad Juarez Mayor Jose Reyes blamed U.S. deportation policy for contributing to his citys violence, saying that of the 80,000 people deported to Juarez in the past three years, 28,000 had U.S. criminal records including 7,000 convicted rapists and 2,000 convicted murderers. Wait a second. This cant be true. Everyone knows that all the illegal aliens in America are law abiding people (except for that coming into the country illegally part) who just want to do the jobs Americans wont do. Hey, dont we have American rapists and murderers to do these jobs? Maybe these guys will do it for less. More from the article: Reyes and the other Mexican mayors said that when the U.S. deports criminals back to Mexico, it should fly them to their hometowns, not just bus them to the border. I agree, and we should send them first class! Havent they suffered enough already through their incarceration and deportation from America without being forced to ride coach? In fact, lets go one step further and fly them to the city of their choice to find new victims a fresh start. Sure we give Mexico money every year for the drug wars, their military, medicine, farm aid, border security, and direct monetary payments to their government, but we arent doing enough to fly their violent criminals home. This is rich. These Mexican criminals came to America illegally.
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