U.s. And mexico

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    U.S. AND MEXICO

    are both affected by illegal immigration and more so if we pass an immigration reform bill with a path to citizenship. If would mean destruction for Mexico if more of it’s people were to leave and destruction for us if we take in any more poverty. Mexicans, that immigrate to this county, is looking for benefits and services that they cannot get in Mexico. Children are even migrating here form south of the border and they are usually a burden to us or go into gangs and criminal activity. Even crime is more lucrative in this country.
    Immigration reform will give more to illegal aliens than they could ever contribute. They should return to Mexico and stay in Mexico, etc and ask; “what can I do for me country” and not “what can my country do for me.” Look for and work for “better life” in Mexico for all of Mexico. “Get going when the going gets rough” is not the answer.
    Americans with legal immigrants, who came thorough Ellis Island, worked hard to make this country what it is today for Americans.
     
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    MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF MEXICO:​

    We, AMERICAN HYPOCRITES, urge you to "work for “better life” in Mexico for all of Mexico" but If we happened to be born on the "wrong" side of the border we'd be jumping that wall faster than a roadrunner racing a jackrabbit... JUST LIKE YOU!!

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    We, AMERICAN HYPOCRITES, couldn't care less if you die in misery in mexico as long as you are not here but we love to hide our true message behind this nation building bullshit.

    We, AMERICAN HYPOCRITES, want you to stay in mexico to try to improve it but there is no chance in hell we'd follow our own advice were we in your shoes.


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    well one solution is to treat Illegal immigrants the same way Mexico treats those that enter their nation.....
     
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    There are no bigger hypocrites than are LATINOS! Bar none.
     
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    'We, AMERICAN HYPOCRITES, couldn't care less if you die in misery in mexico as long as you are not here but we love to hide our true message behind this nation building bullshit.'
    'We, AMERICAN HYPOCRITES, want you to stay in mexico to try to improve it but there is no chance in hell we'd follow our own advice were we in your shoes.'

    If you are a latino - I rest my case!!
    BTW, when this country was being built, I doubt very much that the founders ran to Mexico or to Canada because if they had, you would not now be sitting in front of you computer spewing garbage. You would be in the same misery that your 'people' find themselves in for not being able to do what the founders of THIS nation did to bring it to where it is now. Comprendes?
     
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    Don't make me laugh!

    Mexico's founders did not run to Canada either and the country still cannot feed its poor. Why should Mexico's pauper class believe they can accomplish what at least 20 generations of Mexicans couldn't?

    And if you have a single drop of blood from those european immigrants who flooded America in the 19 and 20th century then you owe your american nationality / citizenship to people who followed the same basic instinct those mexican immigrants are following now:

    Immigrating from impoverished parts of the planet (Europe in the 19th century) to properous ones (America).

    And the "legal" nature of the massive immigration waves of the 19th century is TOTALLY irrelevant to this discussion. The fact is they were all doing the same thing Mexicans do now:

    ABANDONING THEIR IMPOVERISHED HOMELANDS TO SEEK BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS IN AMERICA.

    This is what humans have been doing for the last thirty thousand years so you wouldn't even be alive today if your ancestors hadnt followed this human instinct let alone live in the US.
     
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    30 thousand years?.....you must have seen year one....
     
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    First off My wife happens to be of Mexican decent, though her family has been in Texas since before Texas was the Republic of Texas. Bit besides that you have one major flaw in your reasoning. Most early immigrants to America were not going to what they thought was better living conditions. They moved to a place where they could (and did) create those better living conditions.

    We have a set of immigration laws, I don't care what country someone comes from if they break those laws then they should be sent back where they came from. No ifs, ands, or buts.
     
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