Friday, June 29, 2007

The Waaaah Factor: Calderon on Senators' "Grave Error"

From the Houston Chronicle:


"President Felipe Calderon of Mexico today blasted the U.S. Senate's rejection of the immigration bill, calling the senators' action "a grave error" that avoided a "sensible, rational and legal solution....""


VDARE.com's Allan Wall did an exhaustive piece exploring the Immigration policy of Mexico in his "Memo From Mexico: Learning About Immigration Policy From Mexico"

Wall lives in Mexico legally but is an American citizen.

It's good to see that Mexico has not made any "grave errors" and has such a "sensible, rational solution," to how immigration should be handled (sarcasm, for those who don't recognize it).

1 comment:

shak el said...

Mexico is in a revoltuionary situation and its ruling elites know it. The exodus of Mexican workers to the USA has been letting some of the steam escape the revolutionary pot. If this stopped it would set off revolt. The Zapatista ideals would spread and a Red/Black revolutionary state would be on the southern usa border (not that there is anything wrong with that).

That is why the unsaid political reason why nothing will be done to the close the border.