Prominent National Leader of Mexican Heritage
Fires Back at Mexico's President Calderon
Mr. Calderon, you dare insinuate racial profiling by Arizona's latest
desperate effort to implement an already existing Federal law in order
to defend itself against Mexico's invasion of our country. The irony of
the matter is repugnant. Illegal aliens from Mexico have overwhelmed
our nation in ways that constitute war against our citizenry.
You are truly an enemy of the United States.
It is no mystery that you , as the president of a failing country,
have not only condoned this illegal trespass, but encouraged it.
Your continued export of Mexican crime, unemployment, poverty
and disaffected Mexicans illegally to the United States is the safety
valve that supports political corruption in your country. The horrible
subjugation of your citizens encourages their escape even if it means
that they must commit crimes to do so.
The darkest mystery is your refusal to promulgate a sensible resolution
that would create jobs and, ultimately, a better lifestyle for Mexicans.
Your government took pride in the fact that the Mexican minimun wage
was raised to $4.00 a day. Instead, you choose to export your poor,
uneducated, third world citizens to a complacent nation by the millions.
Your repeated assailing of our laws, and unreasonable demands upon
Americans, are no longer acceptable. In fact, you and our very own
elected representatives have orchestrated this entire charade with the
use of illegal aliens from Mexico as a weapon to destroy this great
country and bless us with that promised change Barack O'Bama,
so eloquently spoke of during his vigorous campaign.
A committee of Americans of Hispanic heritage have closely examined
Mexico's immigration laws; you are not only a hypocrite, you a tyrant
hidden in sheep's wool... What you so boldly have demanded of us
Americans is now in the scrutiny of public opinion and will serve as
brighter illumination to your sinister agenda.
Let those American politicians, who so vigorously supported your divisive
retoric in a joint session of the American Congress, know that they have
put their political futures in doubt.