Tuesday, March 28, 2006

President Backs Senate Immigrant Proposal

Mexican President Vicente Fox, that is:
MEXICO CITY — Mexicans cheered the proposal approved Monday by the Senate Judiciary Committee to legalize undocumented migrants and provide temporary work visas, and credited huge marches of migrants across the United States as the decisive factor behind the vote.

Mexican President Vicente Fox said the vote was the result of five years of work dating to the start of his presidential term in 2000, and puts Mexico one step closer toward the government's goal of "legalization for everyone" who works in the United States.
So in other words, the United States Senate Judiciary Committee has been hard at work doing the bidding of the government of a country which is striving to infiltrate our borders illegally and, apparently, is actively striving to influence American policy.

Ridiculous, you say? Take a look at the opinions being presented by the Mexican media, which has much less freedom from government oversight than our own beloved media enjoys.
Some Mexican media outlets were even more euphoric, predicting final approval for the committee bill as drafted, and suggesting the weekend demonstrations showed Mexico still holds some sway over former territories which it lost in the 1846-48 Mexican-American War.

"With all due respect to Uncle Sam, this shows that Los Angeles has never stopped being ours," reporter Alberto Tinoco said on the Televisa television network's nightly news broadcast...

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Blogger Papa Ray said...

Someone you might want to know:


He just returned from Iraq.

Give him a read.

Papa Ray
West Texas

3/28/2006 10:00 AM  

Blogger Songbird said...

Will do, Papa Ray. I'll take a look. Thanks for the link!

3/28/2006 11:07 AM  

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