Mexico’s Immigration policy

Mexico’s Immigration policy:

Mexican President Felipe Calderon denounced America’s immigration policies, especially Arizona’s and wants our immigration policies to be more like those in his country, I guess. Democrat President Obama and the Democrat Congress applaud this idea, so what are Mexico’s immigration policies and how would things look if we did it their way and the employed those policies of freedom loving Mexico and Mexican President Felipe Calderon?

First, if we like Mexico, when you immigrate to the United States of America, you must speak the native language. There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, no special ballots for elections; no government business will be conducted in your native language. That is how Mexico does it.

Foreigners in Mexico have to be a professional or an investor. They refuse any unskilled workers. That would certainly free up some jobs in America if our immigration policies were like Mexico.

Being more like Mexico means that foreigners will not have the right to vote, ever. Also, foreigners can never be allowed to hold political office. (that would deflate Liberals rush to sign up illegals as democrat voters!)

Foreigners cannot be a burden to taxpayers. That would change a lot of things to make that Mexican immigration law a law in America.

Foreigners in Mexico are not entitled, ever, to welfare, to food stamps, or other government goodies.

Foreigners don’t have the right to protest. Foreigners cannot wave a foreign flag, no political organizing, no bad-mouthing the president or his policies, or you get sent to prison and then deported.

Now, those are the laws Mexico has for legal immigrants. If you are in Mexico illegally you will be placed in jail until you are deported.

That’s how the Mexican government handles immigrants to their country. How soon will the Democrats, who applauded Mexican President Felipe Calderon implement these policies for our country? Or are they just a bunch of hypicrits?

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8 Responses to Mexico’s Immigration policy

  1. Hacksaw says:

    It was utterly repugnant yesterday to see Mexican President Calderon criticize our country from the floor of Congress, to the cheers & standing ovations lavished on him by many Democrats, to include Cabinet members AG Holder & DHS Secretary Napolitano, all with the expressed consent of the punk who is supposed to be but refusing protect us, our own alleged “President”.

    Overshadowed by this disgusting display of subservience to our neighbor to the south was the forcing out of the Director of National Intelligence, a retired U.S. Navy Admiral who had the audacity to bump heads with the politician who is in charge of the CIA, (Leon Panetta) and to criticize the politicizing of how we respond to terror attempts, like the idiotic leaking of the intelligence that we were getting from the Christmas day bomber designed to ease the righteous criticism that this incompetent Administration was getting because they couldn’t get him a lawyer fast enough!

    DNI Blair will be truly missed, and some wimpy “yes-man” will likely be picked to replace him, someone who will probably just go along to get along.

  2. myfoxmystere says:

    I hope the Republicans exploit the way the Demoncraps handled Flippant Calderon’s bag of beans! How dare that bean brain come to the White House and cry like a spoiled big baby! That bean brain lets drug lords overrun his country, lets his bunch of dopes cross over into our territory, and he calls the Arizona law RACIST? Toss that idiot Calderon a huge sack of rotten beans, and tell Calderon to SHOVE IT! And did you notice that the dumb witch Pelosi cackled along with the rest of the libtards in Washington? Yet, when Commie-boy Hugo Chavez called Bush an ape, she told him that she was the only one who had a right to do that! I wonder if Calderon bribed Pelosi to shut up, by giving her a huge stash of Tequila for her Air Force One rides?

    • HybridTalk says:

      I think most elected Republicans are are STILL afraid of being called “racist” so they will let this slide.

  3. Hacksaw says:

    I predict that more than a few campaign ads in the fall will contain images or video clips of this disgrace and it will likely be used to paint the Dems as consenting appeasers who are unwilling to defend this country, when it is verbally attacked by a hypocritical foreign leader who does not know his place.

  4. mzkatie says:

    There’s no doubt in my mind, this guy was allowed to speak out against the Arizona Immigration Law so that Democrats in Congress could “show off” their opposition to the law that’s been labeled by half the country as “racist”. Democrats (the filthy ones in Congress, not your average neighbor) wanted to play on the FEELINGS of Americans, and not the FACTS.
    Everyone in this country agrees that we have an immigration problem, still nothing is done about it. Arizona finally steps up and toughens their laws, and the Dems are saying, “no thank you.” When election time comes, I suggest we all say, “no thank YOU” back.

    • HybridTalk says:

      Actually 70% of Americas polled agree with the Arizona law, and eleven states are ramping up to legislate the same laws in throir own states. (Ohio is to liberal at this time, so don’t go expectin no chanches).

      Obama and his radical blame-America followers are only 30% of the nation. I will say this, if the Hispanic vote was known to vote 90% GOP the Obama administration would be working hard to close the borders and they would have shot Mexico’s president on the spot (or just called him a racist, you know, like they tend to do when nothing else works) when he started to slam American policies.

      • mzkatie says:

        “I will say this, if the Hispanic vote was known to vote 90% GOP the Obama administration would be working hard to close the borders..”

        Absolutely!!

  5. mzkatie says:

    “”There (in the United States), they’ll deport you,” Hector Vázquez, an illegal immigrant from Honduras, said as he rested in a makeshift camp with other migrants under a highway bridge in Tultitlán. “In Mexico they’ll probably let you go, but they’ll beat you up and steal everything you’ve got first.””
    ..
    “Mexico’s Arizona-style law requires local police to check IDs. And Mexican police freely engage in racial profiling and routinely harass Central American migrants, say immigration activists.”
    ..
    “”The Mexican government should probably clean up its own house before looking at someone else’s,” said Melissa Vertíz, spokeswoman for the Fray Matías de Córdova Human Rights Center in Tapachula, Mexico.”
    ..
    “In one six-month period from September 2008 through February 2009, at least 9,758 migrants were kidnapped and held for ransom in Mexico — 91 of them with the direct participation of Mexican police, a report by the National Human Rights Commission said. Other migrants are routinely stopped and shaken down for bribes, it said.”
    ..
    “A separate survey conducted during one month in 2008 at 10 migrant shelters showed Mexican authorities were behind migrant attacks in 35 of 240 cases, or 15%.”
    ..
    “At the same time, Article 67 of Mexico’s immigration law requires that all authorities “whether federal, local or municipal” demand to see visas if approached by a foreigner and to hand over migrants to immigration authorities.”
    ..
    “”In effect, this means that migrants who suffer crimes, including kidnapping, prefer not to report them to avoid … being detained by immigration authorities and returned to their country,” the National Human Rights Commission said in a report last year.”

    Article:
    http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2010-05-25-mexico-migrants_N.htm

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