Friday, February 23, 2007

Mexican President....sacking the trash.

Why is immigration reform so important to Mexico? The same reason that landfill down the road is important to you. It's called taking out the trash. Mexico doesn't want them and they're banking that Democrats will stand up for rights they don't possess and Republicans will turn a blind eye because rich business owners need their cheap labor. Mexican Ambassador, Arturo Sarukhán, has pledged that Mexico will lobby as heavily for Immigration Reform as it did for the passage of NAFTA in the early 1990's. Earlier this week, Sarukhán told Mexican reporters that "There are few matters so important to the future of this country.” Considering he was in Mexico City at the time, talking to Mexican reporters, one can only assume that by "this country" he meant Mexico.

Hmmm...I wonder why? Perhaps because the more Mexicans there are working in The United States, the less Mexicans there are to find jobs for, the less Mexicans there are to provide healthcare for, the less Mexicans there are to police, and the less Mexicans there are to provide education to. Add to that the fact that most will be sending money home to their families, and Fox's burden is lightened even more....transferred to you and me. It might not be popular to say, but it really is like sacking your trash and putting it in your neighbor's trashcan so you don't have to pay for the curbside service. Mexicans are viewed by their government as trash. In the end...that's what this all boils down to. Aside from the trains and concentration camps, it's not very much unlike what the Nazi's did nearly 70 years ago...eliminate the lower class.