Just this past weekend, coming out of the mountains of SLP, I was stopped at a Mexican checkpoint. Imagine!
They asked who we were and I answered, “Touristas Americanos”.
I didn’t ask for a laywer or the local chapter of MCLU (assuming one even exists).
Mexico has plenty of dirt cheap labor. If they needed more, they’d look the other way like the U.S. does.
I can’t help but think that if the Arizona law is “racist” as Mexicans say it is, does that mean that white people don’t violate immigration laws?
When Mexicans accuse Arizona of racism, aren’t they admitting that THEIR race is the one guilty of breaking the law?
Is Arizona now supposed to abandon the law and yield to the unlawful?
Any Mexican citizen is legally deputized to physically ARREST any person they suspect is an illegal alien in Mexico.
Simply showing up at any public protest as a foreigner in Mexico is to commit a crime meriting arrest.
That is the Mexican law, and I consider it mostly reasonable.
Do not assume the reporters and editors know this.Many simply do not rearch or act as anything more than readers of "pre-packaged" news releases;they may actually be shocked to find out the truth ,and a few may tell their readers and viewers!
I think we need that kind of law in this country.
Why doesn’t Jan Brewers office issue a communique responding to El Presidente Calderon, and point out the breathtaking hypocrisy of his government????
She HAS to fight theses cr@p comments is she’s going to keep public opinion on her side.
The heck with it...we should just adopt the Mexican immigration law. The part about American justices and politicans believing that American law should be more in line with foreign law are thinking that we should be more in line with the wimpy Euros. Perhaps some of these judges and pols wouldn’t mind a little sharia mixed in to show how culturally accepting we are.