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Mexico's Felipe Calderón expected to discuss Arizona immigration law before Congress

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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:28 AM
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Mexico's Felipe Calderón expected to discuss Arizona immigration law before Congress


www.washingtonpost.com

As Mexico's president prepares to address Congress, the tough new immigration law in Arizona is sure to be a centerpiece of his speech. Already, Felipe Calderón has called the law "discriminatory" against "our people" and said he wants to work with President Obama to find a way to promote "dignified, legal and orderly living conditions to all migrant workers."

Calderón is expected to continue to force the issue Thursday, emphasizing the ways the United States has benefited from Mexican workers -- both those with documents and those without.
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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:28 AM
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SAY WHAT?

After blaming the US for gun violence and all those murders in Mexico, now this.

That terrorist who rigged the elections to be elected, not to mention his country is a failed narco-terrorist state is asking IN FRONT OF CONGRESS, wasting taxpayers money, TO DISREGARD THE LAW?

Time for some in congress to stand up and stop this from happening. And if it happens, time to boohoo him during his speech, tell him to go back to his terrorist state.

To the ones in congress that are ready to do the right thing, 80% of the american people is behind you.

Obama allowing this is bordering on treason. And yes Bush did the same thing. Treason all around from Washington.

But of course Calderon wants it's little money coming in from the US. It makes a big part of his budget.

What about the US adopts MEXICO's immigration laws?

GO ARIZONA.

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[edit on 20-5-2010 by Vitchilo]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:42 AM
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We consistently run a trade deficit with Mexico. I feel they need our markets more than we need theirs. If that is the case, what do we need Mexico for? Why even allow him to speak to our Congress?

Build and man a wall already.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 11:46 AM
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Already, Felipe Calderón has called the law "discriminatory" against "our people" and said he wants to work with President Obama to find a way to promote "dignified, legal and orderly living conditions to all migrant workers."


I have the perfect answer to Mr. Calderon's concerns. Take "YOUR PEOPLE" back to your country and promote dignified and orderly living conditions for them in their homeland. In other words Mr. Calderon take care of your own country's problems and stop trying to push them off on American citizens.

Seriously, WTF is going on in this country ?! Our congress is being addressed by the president of a foreign country who wishes to have a say on our immigration policies and our treatment of illegal immigrants. The last time I checked we were a sovereign nation. Since when do other countries have any say on our laws, and since when do we have to answer to other countries about our laws ? The president and any member of congress that is a party to this should all be fired and charged with treason. Congress needs to listen to and answer to the American people, and only the American people.



www.washingtonpost.com...


Edit for grammer.

[edit on 5/20/2010 by chise61]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:02 PM
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i dont get it ... if someone is ILLEGAL alien then how its that discriminatory?




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