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Why is anyone listening to this guy?!?!?!?!?!? Why is he being praised!?!? Why can't they leave Arizona alone since they are actually trying to combat illegal immigration...in THIS country! And being condemned for it! And then here comes this asshole!?!?!? Yes... copied and pasted from FOX news
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon has been ripping into Arizona's immigration law as he tours Washington -- while appearing to disregard the way his own country cracks down on immigrants along Mexico's southern border.

Mexico repeatedly has been cited by human rights groups for abusing or turning a blind eye to the abuse of migrants from Central America. Until recently, Mexican law made illegal immigration a criminal offense -- anyone arrested for the violation could be fined, imprisoned for up to two years and deported. Mexican lawmakers changed that in 2008 to make illegal immigration a civil violation like it is in the United States, but their law still reads an awful lot like Arizona's.

Arizona's policy, which Calderon derided on Wednesday as "discriminatory" and assailed again on Thursday, requires law enforcement to try to determine the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant -- provided they are already in contact with that person. They can't randomly stop people and demand papers and the law prohibits racial profiling.

The Mexican law also states that law enforcement officials are "required to demand that foreigners prove their legal presence in the country before attending to any issues."

Calderon, who addressed members of Congress Thursday morning, was facing criticism on Capitol Hill for his remarks.

Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, called Calderon's comments inappropriate.

"It's a little bit like inviting a guest over for dinner and then having them criticize the food," he told Fox News. Smith wrote Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday to complain that Mexican officials have "crossed the line and are interfering in the internal affairs of the United States."

Calderon said Wednesday that his country would retain its "firm rejection" of a policy where "people that work and provide things to this nation will be treated as criminals."

The comments came just weeks after Amnesty International issued a report claiming illegal immigrants in Mexico -- typically from Central America -- face abuse, rape and kidnappings, and that Mexican police do little to stop it. When illegal immigration was a criminal offense in Mexico, officials were known to seek bribes from suspects to keep them out of jail.

President Obama joined Calderon in criticizing the Arizona policy on Wednesday. He is trying to build support for a comprehensive federal immigration overhaul.

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Wordsofwit

May 20 @ 2:33PM  
Why is anyone listening to this guy?!?!?!?!?!?

Because he is quite popular with many residents of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Of course, many of his admirers in those states don't speak English.
PinkToeNails

May 20 @ 2:36PM  
Bruce...

Right!?!??!
ma47

May 20 @ 2:53PM  
Having lived in Az. for 25 yrs..... This law doesn't change anything,,,It's just making a statement to the Feds.... They been picking them up for yrs and sending them back......Not until they stop them at the border will it really do anything. Mexico doesn't want them back, then they have to foot the bill,,,they just want the money they send back across the border.......
ShadowMale

May 20 @ 2:59PM  
I really don't understand how stupid these asswipes have to be to think that a law that says check them if you stop them translates to stop everyone and check them?

I generally don't stoop so low to as to use politically incorrect name calling.... but what a fucking bunch of retards! The collective IQ of these left wing liberal progressives must be around 20 if they seriously believe this, or if they believe that we might believe them.

This isn't something new in the US, as the state that I worked law enforcement in required that all persons stopped provide proof of identity. ALL PERSONS. White people, black people, even natives (and who can claim to be american more than them?). In doing this, we found at least 10 illegals a month. That is just one county in the middle of rural america, so imagine the whole state. Seems that struck a nerve, and the border patrol started refusing to deport them.

This was Bush's grand idea... so just in case anyone wants to ride me for being a lefty hater, as most on here already know, I hate both sides pretty equally.

However, here lately, the left have been trying their damnedest to tip that scale. It's time for them to realize how much of a fucking retard they look like, and stop this stupid bullshit. If they want the same rights as we have, they need to come here legally. IT'S NOT LIKE WE DON'T ALLOW PEOPLE IN AT ALL!!!! In fact, I'd say we have been a lot more accepting than many other countries.

As a final word, I invite anyone to go to Iran illegally, and see how nice you are treated there.
B9CC1D

May 20 @ 3:07PM  
Convoluted:

For many, MANY years Canada and the United States had an open border policy. Our economies, politics, and social policies were so similar it was unnecessary to have a passport or special papers when crossing, unless it was official business. In my college days I visited there several times, and you couldn't tell who was who unless you saw the license plates on their cars.

Then 9/11.

Suddenly, the US became paranoid and insisted on checking passports for entry. I know the reasons they gave behind it, but they all hold water like a sieve. Canada was ticked off at this "betrayal of trust" and so they followed suit. Now you can't enter either country over the border without passports and paperwork. And nothing's really changed about the economies, politics, and social policies.

Now, due to loudmouths and clodpates, we're actually considering opening the southern border? NAFTA was bad enough. Now we might consider that countries that have very disparate systems might have "anschluss"? The potential for increased terrorist activity, lower economic conditions, and higher taxes are rife. And yet, supported by conservative politicians. Insane.
Wordsofwit

May 20 @ 3:08PM  
Not until they stop them at the border will it really do anything.

We've had this discussion many, many times. The answer to the problem is to prosecute every employer caught hiring them and not administer fines, but jail time. Handle it just like organized crime under RICO. If they can't get jobs, the motivation to enter illegally is eliminated. As it is, I don't like it one damned bit on one hand, but on the other hand I can understand why they come here to make a better life for their family.

An ironic side bar. I had a Tex-Mex colleague that got picked up on the streets when he was younger in south Texas without having any ID on him. He was grilled and held as a possible illegal. The authorities were red faced when they discovered that his ancestors had lived in the area since before a white man set foot in the state.
Wordsofwit

May 20 @ 3:11PM  
The collective IQ of these left wing liberal progressives must be around 20

You may have a valid point, I don't know because that bullshit fucking remark stopped me from reading your comment any further.
B9CC1D

May 20 @ 3:19PM  
I had a Tex-Mex colleague that got picked up on the streets when he was younger in south Texas without having any ID on him. He was grilled and held as a possible illegal. The authorities were red faced when they discovered that his ancestors had lived in the area since before a white man set foot in the state.

Likewise happened to a friend that was dark skinned and lost his passport while in Cancun.

To oversimplify (but to give another perspective) the disparity between the US and Mexican economies is roughly a 100:8 ratio.

The disparity between the US and Canadian economies is a 100:94 ratio.

What that means is that in a combined free market, the US/Mexico combination generates a "dollar" that is worth about 54 cents or less. The Canadian combination "dollar" is worth 98 cents.

I'd much rather sacrifice 2 cents to have a strong ally to my north, than to cut my income by half so that businessmen can have cheap labor.
Wordsofwit

May 20 @ 3:27PM  
I was having a few beers with a good friend of mine (a die hard republican I might add) and he said, "If I was a mideast terrorist and I wanted to attack the US, I would just learn Spanish and come in from Mexico."
B9CC1D

May 20 @ 3:30PM  
The collective IQ of these left wing liberal progressives must be around 20

Which "these" are you talking about?

Arizona is currently a "red" state. It's governor, Jan Brewer, is a Republican.

Mexico's president, Calderon, is a conservative supporter of the Republican government in his country, and is a wealthy banker.

The Texas representative that decried Calderon, is a Republican conservative.

Fox News, is well reputed to be an agency with a conservative slant.

And your mention of Bush is just weird, because both H.W. and Baby Bush were Republican Conservatives; daddy came up with the NAFTA plan and implemented it under a Republican congress and his son supported it wholeheartedly.

So as far as this is concerned, everyone that's fighting about it on the political floor, including the Mexicans, is a Republican conservative. Who the hell are these "liberal progressives" you're talking about?
40DWM

May 20 @ 3:34PM  
Mexican President Felipe Calderon is like most Mexican Nationals.

The popular opinion, is the ancestors of Europeans are the illegals, and
'azteca' land was stolen. This is one of the main reasons that those south
of the borders, do not obey any 'laws' here, as they are illegal laws....in their opinion.

The Mexican Government publishes booklets and hands them out, on how to
sneak past the U.S. Border Patrol, places where they can get rest and water, and tips on how to get free services like housing, food stamps, hospitals to have their babies born for 'free', education, and whatever other 'freebies' they are entitled to. (Google: Plyler V. Doe, 1982)

One Mexican law, is anyone from SOUTH of them that enters illegally, cannot
be a hindrance on society. I think we should copy more of their laws.
More money is spent in the U.S. on illegals, than on Iraq AND Afghanistan.
40DWM

May 20 @ 3:46PM  
"On January 1, 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico (NAFTA) entered into force." From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III, August 19, 1946)[1] was the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001" From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"daddy came up with the NAFTA plan and implemented it under a Republican congress "

HUH??? Yes, the Bush family loves people from south of the border, but.....the Republicans did not win the House and Senate 'till later in1994.

Green thangy to Pink
B9CC1D

May 20 @ 3:52PM  
The popular opinion, is the ancestors of Europeans are the illegals, and
'azteca' land was stolen.

"Technically" true. But then, Mercia, Wales, and the Saxon lands were "Stolen" in 1066 by the Normans. Cordoba was "stolen" in 711 by the Moors until El Cid "stole" it back. The lands of Brittany were "stolen" by the Franks, and the Celtic lands of the Gauls were "stolen" by the Romans.

In other words, as far as history is concerned:" To the victor go the spoils, now STFU."

But then, Mexican history is just plain bizarre. While primarily peopled by a genetic combination of Moor/Andalusian/Aztec/Inca/Olmec due to conquistador activity on the Spanish Main, the rule of Mexico was handled by the Hapsburgs due to a nutty twist from the Westphalian peace. Then Napoleon III decided to invade trying to restore his family's lost empire. Not only did he fail but it ousted the Germans and initiated Mexican self-rule all about the same time of the American Civil War. Which is why you drink piss-beer every Cinco de Mayo.

In other words, history is not just a cruel mistress. She's a delusional twat in a straight jacket that broke out of the asylum last week and is running amok on a PCP bender. You can't use her to justify a goddamn thing. Only learn from the craziness by observation.
lunanegra

May 20 @ 3:57PM  
Yes... copied and pasted from FOX news

Stopped reading right there.

Pink, I like you lots, but... No.
B9CC1D

May 20 @ 3:59PM  
"Ratified" means signed into law.

"Went into effect" means the law will now be enforced.

NAFTA was ratified in 1992.

George H.W. Bush conceived NAFTA in 1991, ratified it in 1992, and left office in January of 1993. That it didn't go into effect until 1994 was not something of Clinton's doing. Indeed, he cannot "stop" a law from going into effect as president after it has been ratified. The only thing he can do is appeal to congress, by your admission a Republican congress, to repeal the law
after
it has gone into effect.

If you're gonna cite dates, names, and terms at me, son, know what the fuck you're talking about.
sugarnspice005

May 20 @ 4:25PM  
My personal opinion, the governor in Arizona is basically telling D.C. if they don't do their job, then the state is going to do what it has to to protect it's land, it's people, and it's integrity.

I totally agree with Bruce when he said
The answer to the problem is to prosecute every employer caught hiring them and not administer fines, but jail time. Handle it just like organized crime under RICO. If they can't get jobs, the motivation to enter illegally is eliminated

There are laws against illegal immigration, all Arizona is doing is taking steps to enforce them on the state level.

As for the President in Mexico....I could care less what he has to say. He can't control his own people. The drug cartell down there is at war with each other, and from what I've heard...it's spilled over into America.

Drug Cartel


So, I'm just wondering. How many Americans will have to be killed before anyone does anything?
RevDocLove

May 20 @ 4:59PM  
I still think my idea of making the illegal problem go away would work..
Put a sniper tower every 500 yards along the border and 500 hundred yards into the US.
Two sharpshooters in each..
Signs along the border informing illegals that all survivors will be shipped immediately to Afghanistan to curtail terrorism..
onehornytoad69

May 20 @ 5:05PM  
Put a sniper tower every 500 yards along the border and 500 hundred yards into the US.
Two sharpshooters in each..
I want That Job....!!!! (but You only Need one good sharp shooter...!! We have wasted enough monies on these fuggers! )
sugarnspice005

May 20 @ 6:57PM  
Put a sniper tower every 500 yards along the border and 500 hundred yards into the US.
Two sharpshooters in each..

I found one sharp shooter.

B9CC1D

May 20 @ 7:15PM  
Put a sniper tower every 500 yards along the border and 500 hundred yards into the US. Two sharpshooters in each.

And as I pointed out here you're looking at a few billion a year to keep that program running.

How do you justify that in a nation that is ready to decry bailouts in the tens-of-millions range?
Wordsofwit

May 20 @ 7:27PM  
Put a sniper tower every 500 yards along the border and 500 hundred yards into the US.
Two sharpshooters in each..

To me, it is like the old question on wrist bands and bumper stickers 20 years ago, but taking out Jesus and asking, "What would Hitler do?"

I like a lot of you people, but some of your shit is so weird in that what you perceive to be "American", is against the principles that the nation is founded upon.
ShadowMale

May 20 @ 7:55PM  
You may have a valid point, I don't know because that bullshit fucking remark stopped me from reading your comment any further

Then I have affectively filtered you out of the conversation. And I cry a tear...

Personally, I think if you feel that people need to change the Constitution to make this a better country, your are in the wrong country. My opinion, and no one will change that.

Which "these" are you talking about?

If you aren't sure who is far left, and who is far right, and seriously believe that ONLY republicans are fighting over thise issue, then you might be one of "those."



Frankly, it is rather pointless to fight over the issue, as the states have the right to pass their own laws as long as they comply with both their constitutions, and the Constitution. So far, their immigration law seems to, as it applied to all people, not just certain people. As I have said before, during a normal traffic stop, it is generally routine to check ALL licenses as a part of identifying the people involved. Even white americans can go to jail for not having papers in most states. So this is racist how?
RevDocLove

May 20 @ 8:22PM  
You wanna pay for that?
(Shooters)

Hell i know some good ol' boys who'd do it for model 70 Remington and free
.308 158 grain Black Hills ammo just for target practice.
B9CC1D

May 21 @ 2:29AM  
then you might be one of "those."

Last I checked...which was on Tuesday...my voter card says "Republican."

Hell i know some good ol' boys who'd do it for model 70 Remington and free

I think I met those guys. Walter and Apps. They lived in Sugar Grove, West Virginia and had about 3 teeth between the two of 'em.

.308 158 grain Black Hills ammo just for target practice.

I prefer a .30-06 DRT or 10mm Glaser round myself.
tassie1

May 21 @ 7:36AM  
who cares anymore ?
I reckon doc's idea is a winner
in your spare time come over here and use the boat ppl as target practice as harsh as that may sound, it might actually be the deterant coming to Australia illigally is supposed to be. if ya wanna come here.. come through the front door like normal ppl.
RevDocLove

May 21 @ 8:13AM  
B9CC..In one of your earlier blogs you estimated the cost of a sniper program at
about 1.6 billion+ per year..Let's just even it at 2 billion..
Now for the facts, not estimates..
From the May 8th edition of the Toledo Examiner....
Partial exerpt.....

"data suggests the $40 - $80 billion projection is probably accurate. It’s hard to know for sure because it is very difficult to discover exactly how many illegal immigrants are in America in the first place. The best estimates indicate that illegal immigrants continue to pay roughly the same proportion in taxes, most of which are sales taxes, creating $26 - $52 billion in revenue annually. Meanwhile, growing average costs per illegal immigrant in healthcare and social services seem to be offset by shrinking average costs per illegal immigrant in education and lost productivity. The end result is an approximately accurate estimate of illegal immigration at $40 - $80 billion annually.

There are others who have attempted to estimate the costs of illegal immigration. Lou Dobbs once shared his projection that illegal immigration was costing Americans $100 billion annually, for example. The Center for Immigration Studies, on the other hand, published a study just this week that estimated the costs of illegal immigration at around $10 billion each year.

Again, the variation in these estimates is a reminder that it is hard, if not impossible, to know exactly how much Americans are paying out for illegal immigrants. That said, any issue that costs $10 billion or more annually deserves the attention of policymakers, especially in tough financial times."

By my estimation of frugal spending, I'd say that 2 billion is much more a bargain than 10 billion Just sayin'

ShadowMale

May 21 @ 1:01PM  
Last I checked...which was on Tuesday...my voter card says "Republican."

To each their own. I find nothing wrong with someone identifying themselves as one thing or another. What I do not like are those that claim to be one thing, but are actually another.

But personally, I refuse to be labeled this or that, as I vote according to how I feel the person might best serve us. This republican/democrat BS was created by special interest groups back in the 1800's. No where in our Constitution does it tell us that our canidates are supposed to be nominated and handed to us by our own governement. This is the same thing as having someone stand at the voting stations and tell you who you should and should not vote for.

I will never label myself with any party, and I continue to believe that the division that the party system is causing in the US today has done nothing but hurt this country.

And that is my 2 cents.

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