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    Mexican president 'indignant' over U.S. deportation of Mexicans here illegally

    February 27, 2014
    Dave Gorak
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    Are real Americans conscious of their sovereignty supposed to care what Mexico's president thinks of their right to protect the rule of law and and the jobs of their fellow citizens? Since when do they have to answer to him or anyone else?

    So here's a brief memo to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto whose country in recent years has buried a lot of decapitated Mexicans because of the drug cartels it is unable to contain:

    Dear President Nieto:

    Mind your own business and get your own house in order before sticking your nose into the affairs of the rest of the world.

    We know why you're so upset about the "record deportations" that in reality don't exist: Mexico would choke on its inability to provide for its own people if its neighbor to the north would no longer exist as a safety value for the failed state you're supposed to be governing.

    Speaking of being indignant: That best describes millions of Americans who are wondering why their own government is allowing 7 million illegal aliens, most of whom are Mexican, are being permitted to keep their jobs in the construction, manufacturing, transportation and service industries while 20 million Americans can't find full-time work.

    ¿Entiendes?

    Respectfully yours,

    Dave Gorak

    Executive director

    Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration

    La Valle, Wis.

    P.S. In case you haven't noticed, Mexicans aren't the only people on the planet in search of a better life.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/mexi...here-illegally
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    Mexican president "indignant" at U.S. deportations

    By Reuters Media on Feb 27, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

    MEXICO CITY - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said he is "indignant" at the United States' deportation of Mexican migrants and described U.S. lawmakers as demonstrating a "lack of conscience" in failing to pass immigration reform.

    In a television interview aired late on Wednesday Pena Nieto said he and U.S. President Barack Obama discussed the issue during their meeting at a North American leaders' summit held last week in Mexico.

    His emboldened comments to Mexico's Univision channel followed days after his administration announced it had captured Mexico's most wanted man, drug lord Joaquin "Shorty" Guzman.

    Pena Nieto has said any extradition of Guzman to the United States is likely to take time, underscoring the fact the drug lord still has outstanding time to serve in Mexico after a daring 2001 jail break, reportedly in a laundry cart.

    "Yes it makes me indignant, and it makes Mexicans indignant," Pena Nieto said in the interview, when asked whether deportations angered him.

    "There's a lack of conscience, something which shouldn't only alert and worry Mexicans, it should also worry the American government and they should take up the issue," said Pena Nieto.

    Pena Nieto added that he sees a willingness on the part of the Obama administration to change immigration laws, and that reform which provides a path to citizenship should "have the backing and aid of the various political forces" in the United States.

    A bill that would have provided ways for the approximately 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally to obtain citizenship recently stalled in the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives.

    Many opponents of comprehensive immigration reform in the United States argue that Obama's position would reward lawbreakers and deportations are warranted since the immigrants entered the country illegally.

    Under Obama, deportations have hit record highs.

    Mexican government officials last week criticized the U.S. Border Patrol for the use of deadly force in a confrontation in which a Mexican migrant was killed.

    A U.S. Border Patrol agent shot the man near San Diego after being pelted with rocks while trying to apprehend a group of suspected illegal border crossers.

    http://www.jamestownsun.com/content/...s-deportations
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