Friday, May 21, 2010

A Modest Immigration Proposal

1. Federal, local, and municipal police must cooperate with federal immigration authorities in the arrest of illegal immigrants.

2. Illegal immigration is a felony punishable by up to two years in prison.

3. Immigrants who are deported and reenter the country may be imprisoned for up to ten years.

4. Visa violators may be imprisoned for up to six years.

5. Assisting illegal immigrants by citizens is a criminal act.

6. Foreigners deemed detrimental to economic or national interest may be deported without trial or legal recourse.

7. Foreigners who are not physically or mentally healthy may be deported without trial or legal recourse.

8. Foreigners who lack the necessary funds for their or their dependents sustenance may be deported without trial or legal recourse.

Unfortunately, these eight items are not the policy of the Department of Homeland Security Citizenship and Immigration Services... these eight items are currently law not in the United States of America, but in the United States of Mexico.

Mexican President Felipe Calderon has the gall to address the Congress of the United States and say that the Arizona law "ignores a reality that can not be erased by decree".

Oh Really?

"the Executive Branch of Federal Government shall have the power to expel from the national territory, without a trial and in an immediate way any foreigner whose presence is considered to be inconvenient."
-Mexican Constitution, Article 33

He called Arizona's law "discriminatory" and warned Mexico would "reject any effort to criminalize migration".

"Every person has a right to enter and leave the Republic... The enforcement of such a right shall be restrained by judicial resolutions on both civil and criminal trials or by administrative authorities managing under the law the immigration procedures and general public health services or dealing with harmful foreign individuals living in the country."
-Mexican Constitution, Article 11.

Calderon also urged Congress to restore the ban on assault weapons, saying easy access to high-powered weapons is contributing to drug related violence along the border.

-Mexican Constitution, Article 33: Foreigners shall not participate in the country's political affairs."

I would venture so far as to say that it is not those dang American firearms but your inept and corrupt government that is contributing to drug related violence along the border. Those weapons are much more readily available to those on this side of the border, and if your reasoning were correct, the problem would be much worse here than south of the Rio Grande.

All I can say to Felipe Calderon is:

¡Vete a la mierda y tambien el burro que te llev√≥, Pendejo corrupto!



Silverfiddle said...

Calderon, a corrupt oligarch who presides over a failed state that robs the poor at every turn stands in our capitol and has the gall to criticize us?

Worse, the Democrats are stupid enough to stand and applaud. "Yeah! A failed third-world president is criticizing us!"

Hey democrats, if you're into flagellation, fine. But do in on your own time and out of the eyesight of polite society.

Endo_2011 said...

i was most disgusted with the standing ovation. that was very disturbing.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Obama agreeing with Calderon and the democrat members of Congress giving him a standing ovation was beyond disgusting. I believe it borders on treason and proves that our government is one mass insane asylum.

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