Calderon trashes AZ immigration law on White House lawn

Such blatant interference in the internal affairs of another country would usually be met with outrage from the left if the US was guilty of it.

But since liberals agree with Mexican President Calderon's shot at the Arizona immigration law, it's ok, don't worry, nothing to see here:

Mexican President Felipe Calderon began his state visit to the White House this morning with a shot at the Arizona immigration law and a plea for continental solidarity against organized crime.Calderon drew applause from the crowd gathered on the South Lawn at the arrival ceremony when he said too many Mexican immigrants are "still living here in the shadows with such laws as the Arizona law that is placing our people to face discrimination." In his remarks, President Obama hailed the "Mexican-American families [who] have been here for centuries." He said immigrants "strengthen our American family." He appealed to Calderon to work with him to "ensure that our common border is secure, modern and efficient, including immigration that is orderly and safe."

The arrogance of the Mexican government is truly astonishing - as if the US exists solely to benefit Mexico and their citizens. It will be this way until the US government decides that controlling the border is more important than bailing out the Mexican government whose desperate people flee here because their own corrupt, socialist economy can't possibly create enough jobs to employ them all.

Look to your own house first, President Calderon, before sticking your nose into our business.





Such blatant interference in the internal affairs of another country would usually be met with outrage from the left if the US was guilty of it.

But since liberals agree with Mexican President Calderon's shot at the Arizona immigration law, it's ok, don't worry, nothing to see here:

Mexican President Felipe Calderon began his state visit to the White House this morning with a shot at the Arizona immigration law and a plea for continental solidarity against organized crime.

Calderon drew applause from the crowd gathered on the South Lawn at the arrival ceremony when he said too many Mexican immigrants are "still living here in the shadows with such laws as the Arizona law that is placing our people to face discrimination." In his remarks, President Obama hailed the "Mexican-American families [who] have been here for centuries." He said immigrants "strengthen our American family." He appealed to Calderon to work with him to "ensure that our common border is secure, modern and efficient, including immigration that is orderly and safe."

The arrogance of the Mexican government is truly astonishing - as if the US exists solely to benefit Mexico and their citizens. It will be this way until the US government decides that controlling the border is more important than bailing out the Mexican government whose desperate people flee here because their own corrupt, socialist economy can't possibly create enough jobs to employ them all.

Look to your own house first, President Calderon, before sticking your nose into our business.





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