Question of the Day: How does Mexico treat illegal aliens?

by editor on May 24, 2010

Mexican President Senor Wences came to our country and criticized the way we treat his people (you know, the jobs, the welfare, the free medical care, the free education, all those horrible things).

But how does Mexico treat illegal aliens? Well, let’s just say they don’t get free medical care even though they may need it after the treatment they receive at the hands of Mexican authorities.

Watch the video.

H/T: Bluegrass Pundit

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8 Comments on "Question of the Day: How does Mexico treat illegal aliens?"

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KimmyQueen
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CBN is where I get a lot of my news as well. Mexican (and other countries) government finds that the US (and perhaps certain European countries) is/are RICH enough to support people who come here/there without standing in line. They do not care about how the resources are going to be found, who is paying for it and how much is available for legal residents/immigrants and citizens (born and naturalized) so THEY can live comfortably. They do not care how the resources are meted out in a truly reasonable and justifiable way, they only care for those resources to be given away to illegals, without much effort on the part of the illegals. Why? Because then those resources can be sent down and used by the governments who in many ways are truly corrupt and have no qualms about making others pay for their comfort.

Newsel
Member

Sam,

Just in case you are being serious and you really do care: A “Green Card” has written across the top “Resident Alien” in big blue letter and which has never bothered the holder one bit. Therefore our uninvited (illegal) guests are by definition, “Illegal Aliens” and if it bothers people, tough 🙂

Sam Hall
Guest

You people have to stop using the word “alien”! That implies they came here from another country, and is very offensive to our Uninvited Guests!

Newsel
Member

Immigration Reform? Let’s Try Mexico’s Immigration Law!

“Let’s call Mexico’s bluff on its unwarranted interference in U.S. immigration policy. Let’s propose, just to make a point, that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) member nations standardize their immigration laws by using Mexico’s own law as a model.”

http://www.canadafreepress.com/2007/lillpop022707.htm

MichiganVet
Member

“we send back them” ….

trinity
Guest

With Calderon it’s do as I say, not as I do.

jdub
Guest

Great posting…saw this last week…spread the word…

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