Wednesday, May 19, 2010

You Come To My Country And Talk Smack About America? Get Out.

The second time you are caught in Mexico illegally, you are given a mandatory 10 year prison sentence. This is not the condo prisons we have here in America. Mexican prisons are a place you want to avoid. Clarity of vision there, huh?

Mexican President Felipe Calderon visited the White House Wednesday and had the unmitigated gall to criticize Arizona's illegal immigration law saying, "cooperation is needed to fix the US-Mexican immigration issue but such laws as the Arizona law that is forcing our people to face discrimination."

Hey there Felipe, psst... over here. Hey ese, it is almost identical to our federal law. Arizona got pissed that your criminals, your unemployed, your problems are invading their state and robbing and killing and driving their social programs to bankruptcy and your buddy Obama isn't enforcing those laws.

Since this nation is a Republic, where the states are supposed to be the primary governors of the people, Arizona got it right. The federal government would love to rule supreme and is not happy at all that a state has the audacity to push back and set its own ordinances that echo the federal law. Technically illegal immigration should fall under the federal umbrella but the pompous heads in D.C. are busy finding ways to spend your money, so go go Arizona!

Oh yeah, and Felipe, don't come to my country and talk smack about our laws when you have full fledged drug wars raging in your streets, when your people are starving to death while you eat gourmet meals, while your law mandates a ten year prison sentence for illegals in Mexico. Your feet smell Bad, ese. Get the heck out of my country, clean up your act, and unless you speak of America with respect, stay out. Do us all a favor and take Barry with you? Thanks, pal.


  1. You need a "Like" button ;)

  2. One wonders if El Presidente has even read Arizona's law. If not, he would be in good company with others who have openly denounced it as "racist" and other such things without having read it--our Atty. Gen. for instance!