Saturday, October 07, 2006

Mexico's Fox says U.S. border fence shows lack of vision

MEXICO CITY -- President Vicente Fox said U.S. plans to build a fence on the nation's southern border were "wrong" and showed a lack of vision.
Yeah how dare we prevent the flow of his undisirables from pouring accross our border

"Today we have this wrong decision from the United States. I think that there is no vision about the meaning of immigration, about what it can produce for both countries," Fox said in the western state of Aguas Calientes. "The need to handle (immigration) orderly, legally and with respect for human rights would be good for them and for us, but they (the United States) have not understood it that way." This is coming from a government that locks up anyone in their country "illegaly" and deports them, plus as a non-natural citizen you can't vote run for office or own property. Mexicos policy towards ILLEGAL immigrants into the US is to give them maps to the weak spots in our border patrols.

Fox has lobbied for a guest worker program and amnesty for Mexicans working illegally in the United States. What should happen is a change in the laws that allow Mexicans to transfer money back to Mexico. One third of the Mexican economy is from funds sent there by the 20 Million "ILLEGALS" living and working in this country.

But on Wednesday, President George W. Bush signed a homeland security funding bill that includes $1.2 billion for fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border to stop illegal immigrants and criminals sneaking over. It's a shame it doesn't include armed sentry posts and minefields.

Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez said Wednesday the proposal to put up what he called a wall was an "offense." Desposing of your poor accross our border is an offense ASSHOLE.

President-elect Felipe Calderon, who takes office Dec. 1, has also attacked the fence plans.

"One could stop more migrants with a kilometer of new roads and development (in Mexico) than with a wall," he said Monday. Then why don't you do it butthead.

There are an estimated 11 million Mexican living in the United States, about half illegally. Try trippling that number is a little more accurate.

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