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Let's Be Like Mexico
« on: June 09, 2015, 07:01:57 PM »
Hey, here's an idea, why don't we become more like Mexico so the illegals here will feel "welcome".  It's simple; we'll become Mexican when it comes to our immigration policies.  After all, we want to welcome the Mexican border crossers the way they so warmly welcome their neighbors who want to live in Mexico without all those pesky red ink. :sarcasm:
 

http://www.newsmax.com/US/border-patrol-deport-illegals/2015/01/06/id/616828/


A U.S. Border Patrol agent says the United States should take a cue from Mexico, which last year deported more illegal immigrants than this country.

Appearing Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Your World with Neil Cavuto," Chris Cabrera of the National Border Patrol Council noted that it is a felony simply to cross into Mexico illegally, unlike in the United States.


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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2015, 09:53:39 PM »
 
I was aware how strict Mexico's deportation & immigration policies were.  Good point, why can't we be like our southern neighbor?  Partly because Obama, democrats & liberal republicans want the flooding of immigrants to continue. 

Who could forget what happened to Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi for taking a wrong turn into Mexico's borders.  214 days in jail, where he was treated poorly & tortured. 

The crazy PC crowd insists on providing immigrants with the best of everything....I dare say often better than what us Americans have.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/u-s-marine-jailed-mexico-officers-beat-article-1.1811147

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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2015, 08:13:37 PM »
No need to root out illegals and send them packing.
Attrition by any contact with authorities and then deported will work just fine.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2015, 08:33:53 PM »

I was aware how strict Mexico's deportation & immigration policies were.  Good point, why can't we be like our southern neighbor?  Partly because Obama, democrats & liberal republicans want the flooding of immigrants to continue. 

Who could forget what happened to Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi for taking a wrong turn into Mexico's borders.  214 days in jail, where he was treated poorly & tortured. 

The crazy PC crowd insists on providing immigrants with the best of everything....I dare say often better than what us Americans have.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/u-s-marine-jailed-mexico-officers-beat-article-1.1811147

If a non-Mexican citizen speaks a single political word, he/she is deported (not "subject to" -- immediately deported).

Compare that to illegals who admit they are illegal aliens and address Congress and State legislatures.

We are freaking nuts.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2015, 09:52:51 PM »
No need to root out illegals and send them packing.
Attrition by any contact with authorities and then deported will work just fine.
Self-deportation.  Deny them jobs, services, and benefits, and they will find somewhere else to go.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2015, 05:31:50 AM »
Self-deportation.  Deny them jobs, services, and benefits, and they will find somewhere else to go.

^^^ THIS!! Big time, The problem will solve it self if there is no jobs to be had. Sadly, that will never be the case.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2015, 06:49:19 PM »
^^^ THIS!! Big time, The problem will solve it self if there is no jobs to be had. Sadly, that will never be the case.

Huge fines and enforcement of laws against hiring illegals. Make it too damn expensive to hire them. Where I work they asked everyone for a picture ID and another form of ID with their SS# on it to comply with the E-Verify system.  Even our credit union did the same thing.

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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #7 on: June 19, 2015, 07:41:05 PM »
Give them 6 months to leave the country and register on their way out if they expect to ever return here. Caught after that or entering illegally, they go to jails until we get up a bus load for deportation. Deported and caught here a second time, they do 5 years on a government run farm for feeding the poor.

Serious Criminal activity and they can swim the Gulf of Mexico back home.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #8 on: June 20, 2015, 09:40:00 AM »
^^^ THIS!! Big time, The problem will solve it self if there is no jobs to be had. Sadly, that will never be the case.

Unfortunately the DEMS and progressives will claim that denying benefits is discriminatory and showing lack of compassion when in essence all they are worried about is increasing their voter base and lining their pockets. Once the illegals are granted amnesty along with voting rights there will be no turning back, nor will there be any chance of Republicans taking the White House.  A one party system will have been completely accomplished.

I say Build A Wall, Round them Up and Deport them All.  The border needs to be fully enforced with drones, border patrol and an electric fence.  Secondly, border patrol needs the authority to shoot at will at those coming across with NO repercussions.  Thirdly, it needs to be strongly emphasized and made known to the Mexican government and Mexican people that illegal immigrants are NOT wanted and will be considered terrorists trying to enter this country and will be shot while coming across.  Those already here if caught WILL be deported with NO chance of entering legally. Last but not least notify the Mexican government that LEGAL immigration is the ONLY way of entering the United States and then set a quota as to how many legal immigrants are allowed per year.  It is very simple and it sends a very clear message.  Perhaps we should go a step further and release ALL illegals in our prison systems and return them to Mexico and start billing the government for the cost to do so; in the long run even if Mexico never sent us a dime it would still save us money.  The last thing Mexico wants is their criminals returned to wreak havoc on their country.

Unfortunately, we have corrupt politicians who are making too much money off of drug trafficking and gun running to secure our borders and a president who is hell bent on destroying this country.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #9 on: June 26, 2015, 09:34:22 PM »
Obama and his asshole cronies SUED my great state of Arizona for attempting modest reforms of their permissive policies towards illegal criminals crossing over to our side of the border.  California and New Mexico joined in, along with every Tomas, Ricardo y Haroldo in South and Central America AT THE INVITATION OF THE ****ING OBAMA ADMINSTRATION.  Their "reasoning": that Arizona's new law SB 1070 would make "undocumented immigration" to their damn states more onerous since we were attempting to deincentivize their entry into our State.
Hopefully (and with apologies) to all the decent, law-abiding folk in those states, I will NEVER do any buy one of their products or step one foot onto their soil.  Bleh. :chairshot: :chairshot: :chairshot:
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #10 on: June 27, 2015, 07:11:58 PM »
Being like Mexico in current events would include hating on the Donald...


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Oh please, Br'er Fox, don't throw me into the briar-patch.”

So goes the line from the old American and long ago Disney-ized folk tale Song of the South by Joel Chandler Harris.
The rabbit pleads with the fox not to throw him into the briar patch.
The fox does just what he is asked not to do - and thus tossed into the thicket where rabbits thrive, the rabbit escapes.
Laughing all the way.


The scene comes to mind with the news that Univision has abruptly told Donald Trump that they will no longer carry the Trump-owned Miss Universe pageant.
Why? It seems that the network is displeased that in his announcement speech The Donald said:

When do we beat Mexico at the border?
They’re laughing at us, at our stupidity. And now they are beating us economically.
They are not our friend, believe me.
But they’re killing us economically.


The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems.
When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best.
They’re not sending you.
They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us.
They’re bringing drugs.
They’re bringing crime.
They’re rapists.
And some, I assume, are good people.


Aside from the fact Trump was accurate, if uncomfortably so? As detailed here in this space just last week, not to mention in Ann Coulter’s new book Adios, America  Now?
Now Univision - which - hello? - has a contract with Trump - has abruptly broken their contract in a fit of pique.
Prompted, according to Trump, by the Mexican government itself.

Not satisfied with just doing that, one Alberto Ciruana, Univision’s President of Programming and Content at Univision, cleverly (??) took to Instagram to post a dual wanted-poster-style photo that features Trump paired with the accused Charleston racist murderer Dylann Roof captioned: “No comment.”

The inevitable backlash arrived and Ciruana had to apologize, saying: “I’m Mexican who was very upset by Mr Trump’s recent comments about Mexican immigrants, but I should not have re-posted the photo.”
Ya think?

Trump replied.
His response will be to sue.

Question.
Is Univision trying to elect Donald Trump President of the United States?

Answer? Yes, apparently.


Trump is surging in the polls on the very basis of his blunt criticisms of the Obama administration’s conduct of foreign affairs and the GOP Establishment’s woeful performance on issues - dealings with Mexico over the southern border and on trade but two of those issues.

Now, in a scenario that couldn’t have been scripted by Trump himself, Univision abruptly hands Trump an issue that gives him a chance to, as it were, provide a glimpse of a President Trump in action.

Whatever were Univision execs thinking?
If there is anything that would rally voters to Donald Trump it would be exactly something like this.
Trump’s office has responded in his trademark style:


The Mexican government and others are putting tremendous pressure on Univision to break their signed and fully effective contract with the Miss Universe Organization because Mr. Trump has been exposing to the public, and the world, the significant damage that is being done at the southern border, and the terrible and costly trade deals that the United States is incompetently making with Mexico (these deals are great for Mexico and horrible for the United States).
This has been sharply and openly brought out during Mr. Trump’s run for President of the United States.


Mexican leadership has been doing serious damage to the United States by out-negotiating our representatives and political leaders.
They are taking our jobs, taking our money and at the same time hurting us at the border with illegals from all over the world freely flowing into our country.

Mr. Trump cannot be silenced on this very important problem for the United States.


Trump himself added:
“I have great respect for Mexico and love the Mexican people, but my loyalty is to the United States and making our country great again!”

One of the most elemental rules of political life is to never hand those you oppose an issue, much less an issue that has real energy behind it.
The absolute best thing Univision could have done both for Univision and the immigration issue was to just be quiet on the subject of Donald Trump.

Not in a political commentary sense - Trump, as with all other candidates, is fair game.
But the network should have kept to its contract to show the Miss Universe pageant and never brought public attention to the business arrangement.

After all, while Trump may own the pageant the pageant itself is utterly unrelated to his presidential campaign.
Trump famously owns all kinds of properties all over America and the world.
Whatever position candidate Trump takes on issue X is hardly related to a Trump golf course here or a Trump resort or hotel over there.


By abruptly and quite publicly violating their contract with Trump the businessman, Univision is instantly sending the message that Trump the candidate is right: the US has been far too easy when it comes to negotiating with our southern neighbor.
As if all this weren’t bad enough for Univision, once the company’s executive realized his mistake, he now tried to back off with this apology:


“I’m Mexican who was very upset by Mr Trump’s recent comments about Mexican immigrants, but I should not have re-posted the photo.”


Thus provided with yet another opportunity to illustrate how to negotiate, Trump sent out two missives in response.
The first, seen here, went to the president of Univision, Randy Falco.
Said Trump, in part:

Dear Randy:

Please be advised that under no circumstances is any officer or representative of Univision allowed to use Trump National Doral, Miami - its golf courses or any of its facilities.

Apparently the Univision bigwigs are golfers who love that particular Trump golf course - and also have an adjoining property with an under-construction gate between the two.
No more.
Trump demanded Univision stop work and close the gate - in a week.
Or he will have it done.


And as to the apology from Univision executive Ciruana? Trump brusquely replied:

Apology not accepted.
I call for his resignation as president of Univision and Univision should not be allowed to host the Presidential debate.
It is a total conflict of interest.


And while all this was going on?
Univision anchorman Jorge Ramos sent a handwritten note to Trump asking - yes - for an interview.
Or in other words?
We’re going to break your contract and call you a racist but would you like to sit down for a chat?

So.
As a result of Univision’s decidedly unthought-thorough stab at partisan politics they received in return
1) a lawsuit for breach of contract over the cancellation of the Miss Universe Pageant;
2) a lawsuit for defamation (the poster comparing Trump to the racist killer in Charleston;
3) its executives have been booted from the Trump golf course;
4) a once convivial agreement on building a gate between neighboring properties has been ordered closed;
5) there is now a demand for the resignation of the executive who posted the defaming poster;
6) the private letter revealing anchorman Ramos to be beseeching Trump for an interview has been publicly released; and…and
6;) Trump has received a boatload of priceless publicity that appears as his numbers surge in the polls.


Well done Univision!
If this is the company’s idea of humiliating a Republican presidential candidate other GOP candidates are going to demand equal, Trump-style treatment from the network.


While this particular media episode has a Hispanic flavor, in fact it is one more example of life in the liberal media bubble.
One can only imagine the conversations that went on internally in Univision.

Executive One: “Hey, I’ve got an idea! Let’s cancel Trump’s pageant!”

Executive Two:” Great idea! That’ll show him!”

Executive Three: “Yeah..yeah…that’s the ticket! And I have a great idea for a poster too!”


In other words?
In the world of the liberal media bubble there was no one there to say: “What? Are you crazy?
These are seriously bad ideas!”


Well aside from the particulars of this series of events involving Univision and Donald Trump, this episode is one more lesson that as the 2016 election cycle proceeds, Republican presidential candidates have targets on their backs.
Targets placed there by liberal activists who disguise themselves as “journalists.”

Activists who are ready, willing and more than able when it comes to taking GOP candidate X and depicting him - or her - as the latest edition in the eternal liberal parade of Republicans as racists, sexists, homophobes, and haters of Everything That Is Good and Great from children to science.


And while all of this Univision targeting of Donald Trump was unfolding - including that accusation of racism?
There was the Washington Post going after new GOP-presidential entrant and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.

The point: to question the Indian-American Jindal’s racial authenticity.
Asserted the Post article, using of course a third-party: “There’s not much Indian left in Bobby Jindal.”


Right.
And there’s not much left of journalism at Univision or The Washington Post either.
Race card playing, however, is apparently there in both institutions in abundance. 

 



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http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jeffrey-lord/2015/06/27/univisions-attack-donald-trump-backfires#sthash.Poe1s1yA.dpuf
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2015, 09:54:34 AM »
I love the way Trump ACTS.  He's not a mealy mouthed pushover like most of the current crop of Republicans out there.  Imagine HIM as President.  We'd have tons of illegal border intruders, aka criminals, self-deporting.  Plus, he speaks a language Putin can plainly understand, and unlike Obama he's no hand wringing *****.
Heck, the Donald could make Obama cry faster than Moochelle can. :-)
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #12 on: July 03, 2015, 11:22:25 AM »
I love the way Trump ACTS.  He's not a mealy mouthed pushover like most of the current crop of Republicans out there.  Imagine HIM as President.  We'd have tons of illegal border intruders, aka criminals, self-deporting.  Plus, he speaks a language Putin can plainly understand, and unlike Obama he's no hand wringing *****.
Heck, the Donald could make Obama cry faster than Moochelle can. :-)

The Donald is growing on me.  I am still skeptical of his relationship with the Clintons.  He definitely isn't afraid to voice his opinion and he's already warned Mexico what he would do if he was president. You've got to give the guy credit.  My only concern is if he was president he would treat everything like a business deal; but on the otherI think if anyone could knock some sense into the RINO's in Congress it'd be him.
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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #13 on: July 07, 2015, 05:21:23 PM »
I'm thinking the same - maybe the Donald has political skills after all. I have watched his "Apprentice" shows for years just for the pure entertainment.

Trump ought to suggest we release all American prisoners into Mexico after we shut the border if we really want to be like them.

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Re: Let's Be Like Mexico
« Reply #14 on: July 26, 2015, 02:44:51 PM »
Well we will have to work hard(at being criminals).
And we will have to develop a real rape oriented society...
That is if we say "Let's Be Like Mexico"...

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There are few sexual perversions not celebrated by our media today, but I gather, from decades of flood-the-zone coverage of even the most preposterous allegations of rape, that liberals are still on record as being against rape.
So it's worth examining the cultures we're introducing to America for the purpose of giving the Democrats votes and businesses cheap labor: 


-- Seventy-seven percent of reported sexual assaults in Lima, Peru, are against child victims, according to the Latin American and Caribbean Youth Network for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (REDLAC).
-- A U.N. Special Rapporteur concluded that the only explanation for "the high degree of impunity for violence against women" in Guatemala was that "at least some of the violence was committed by the authorities."
-- CNN reports that 318 10-year-old girls gave birth in Mexico in 2011.
In all of Western Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand combined, there have been eight reported births to girls aged 10 or younger.

Seven of the eight involved Third World immigrants.
-- The REDLAC report said that girls between the ages of 10 and 15 accounted for more than 15 percent of all births in Argentina and 17 percent of all births in Uruguay.
By contrast, less than 2 percent of births in the U.S. are to girls in that age group
-- and most of those are Hispanics, who are seven times more likely to give birth between the ages of 10 and 14 than whites, according to a Centers for Disease Control study.

All peasant cultures exhibit extremely non-progressive views on women and children.
Mexico just happens to have the peasant culture that lives within walking distance of the United States.

According to North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement, illegal immigrants commit hundreds of sex crimes against children in that state every month
-- 350 in the month of April 2014, 299 in May, and more than 400 sex crimes against children in August and September.

More than 90 percent of the perpetrators are Hispanic.
I didn't know there were that many Hispanics in North Carolina! When not providing North Carolina farmers with cheap labor, immigrant workers seem to spend all their free time raping little girls.

(It's a wonder they find the time to do all that drunk driving.)
These websites aren't even counting legal immigrants.

It's bad enough that the government can't stop foreign rapists from sneaking into our country.
But how about the rapists the government looked over and decided to let in?

We'll never know about their criminal predations, to say nothing of their burden on the taxpayers.
The government won't tell us, and the media would bury the information if it did.

The cover-up is too relentless to be a coincidence.
In February 2014, Carlos Gumercindo Crus, 42, was arrested for committing a felony sex offense on a 12-year-old girl in her home in Lexington, North Carolina.

The headline was:
"Man, 42, arrested for sexual offense with girl under 13."
Two weeks later, Jose Freddy Ambrosio-Gorgonio, 32, was arrested in Vale, North Carolina, for having sex with a 12-year-old girl.

Headline:
"Man charged with sexual assault of a minor."
This was splashed in small, inside-the-paper items in two local newspapers, below the high school basketball scores.

This "Man" has been really busy!
Why doesn't anyone arrest him? 

In 2012, 35-year-old illegal alien Luis Perez-Valencia confessed to raping an 11-year-old girl, after she got pregnant and DNA proved he was the father.
Or -- as the Star-News in Wilmington, North Carolina, began the story:

"MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN CHILD RAPE CASE ...
A Brunswick County man was sentenced to up to 20 years in prison Monday for raping and impregnating an 11-year-old girl ...

" It's so informative being told that it was a "man" and not, say, an octopus, charged with having sex with a minor.
In a surprise move, two local newspapers reported that Perez-Valencia was an illegal alien.

Illegal immigrants are hard-working:
One time, Perez-Valencia tried to rape the 11-year-old after taking her to work with him.

(It was "Take Your Child Rape Victim to Work Day.")
Even in Hawaii, where the population is only 2.7 percent Mexican, a Mexican child molester pops up.

In 2012, 47-year-old Jose Luis Hernandez-Dominguez was sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexually molesting a 5-year-old girl over an extended period, while his wife baby-sat the girl.
But Donald Trump has come under relentless attack because he used the M-word ("Mexican")
-- and it wasn't to tell us that Mexicans work harder than Americans!

He must be destroyed.
Who, exactly, is this media cover-up helping?

It's not helping American girls who have no idea they shouldn't be cracking the door open to their parents' landscaper.
It's not helping high school sophomores who didn't know the risk of joining their Mexican schoolmates in a courtyard outside the homecoming dance.

(See my new book "Adios, America!" for details on these gruesome cases as well as many others.)
It's also not helping any Latinas who immigrated to America hoping to escape the Latino rape culture.

The rapists have followed them here
-- and are being ferociously defended by well-heeled Americans, who strut around like they're Martin Luther King because they want to pay their landscapers less.
Is Trump the only rich man in America who cares about rape?




I'm not sure we as Americans can match the effort and commitment our illegal alien interlopers have for their crimes.


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http://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/ann-coulter/2015/07/22/so-trumps-opponents-think-child-rape-nuanced#sthash.GC39L64R.dpuf
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