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Felipe Calderon’s speech to a joint session of Congress beating up on the Arizona law, criticizing the Arizona law and blaming us for all the guns in Mexico.


You will notice that the violence in Mexico started to grow a couple of hours before I took office in 2006. This coincides, at least, with the lifting of the assault weapons ban in 2004. I will ask Congress to help us, with respect, and to understand how important it is for us that you enforce current laws to stem the supply of these weapons to criminals and consider restating the assault weapons ban.

Here he is blaming Bush. He’s blaming all this stuff on his predator just as Obama does, and says he wants us to enforce current law. But, no, he doesn’t want us to enforce current law. He doesn’t want us to enforce the current federal immigration law. He doesn’t want us to enforce Arizona’s immigration law.

But he wants us to enforce an assault weapons ban. So he comes here…

Here Felipe Calderon blasting the United States and lecturing Arizona to thunderous applause from Democrats, a standing Ovation…


I strongly disagree with your recently adopted law in Arizona.

It is a law that not only ignores a reality that cannot be erased by decree, but also introduced a terrible idea: Using rashal — racial profiling as a basis for law enforcement. And that’s why I agree… I agree with president to say the new law carries a great amount of risk when core values that we don’t care about are breached.

Ripping our country to a standing ovation of the Democrat Party.

What does he care about racial profiling? There is no racial profiling in the bill. This is just so purposely taken out of context.

“I agree with the president who says the new law carries a great amount of risk.”

Whose “core values“?

He comes here and disses our immigration law, blames the United States for all the guns in Mexico.

I guess now it’s a human right to cross the US border. So these guys come in and Calderon says they’re getting guns here. They’re coming to America and picking up assault rifles in their quest for a better life. The drug gangs down in Mexico are beheading people left and right, and it’s interesting to point out they have legalized drugs in Mexico. They have legalized everything — the hard stuff, the soft stuff.

Calderon was on with Wolf Blitzer Wednesday night on CNN Situation Room.


What’s wrong with the folks in Arizona wanting to protect their border?


In Arizona, there is some racial profiling criteria in order to enforce the law that it’s against any sense of human rights; and, of course, is provoking very disappointing, uh, things — or very disappointing opinion — in Mexico and around the world, even here in America. So to introduce this kind of elements, especially racial profiling aspect that are attempting against what we consider human rights, it’s the principle of discrimination which is against the values of this great nation.

Who is he to preach to us? For crying out loud, they deport more illegal immigrants from Mexico than we do!

How do they catch their illegal immigrants? Do they profile them? How the hell do they find out who’s in their country illegally?


So if people want to come from Guatemala or Honduras or El Salvador or Nicaragua, they want to just come into Mexico, can they just walk in?


No! They need to fulfill, uh, a form. They need to establish their right name. We analyze if they have not a criminal precedence.


Do Mexican police go around asking for papers of people they suspect are illegal immigrants?


Of course! Of course!


If somebody sneaks in from Nicaragua or some other country in Central America through the southern border of Mexico and they wind up in Mexico, they can going get a job?


No, no, no.


They can work?


If somebody do that without permissions, we send — we send back them.

Not everybody in this country is a liberal.

There are a lot of Americans here who are gonna look at this and say,

“This guy is just an idiot.”

Answering those questions like that from Blitzer, he has no right from now on to say anything to us about our immigration law. People can’t even get a job in Mexico unless they have “per-meee-sion…and if they do that, do that, we send ’em back.”

How do they find out who they are in the first place? You think they have to profile ’em?

“We analyze them.”

They’re very, very strict. You can’t own property, you can’t get involved in politics if you are an immigrant, legally in Mexico. It’s very restrictive. And he comes here and lectures us with the approval of the president of the United States and the Democrats in the House of Representatives, who gave it a standing Ovation.

He comes here to lecture us about the way we are trying to enforce our own immigration law.

We got a foreign leader coming here and what’s on his teleprompter’s been written by whoever writes Obama’s words. But then when he’s off the prompter and gets the question about Mexico’s own law, we get the truth.

Here is the main Mexico immigration law:

Mexico welcomes only foreigners who will be useful to Mexican society: * Foreigners are admitted into Mexico ‘according to their possibilities of contributing to national progress.’ (Article 32)

Immigration officials must ‘ensure’ that ‘immigrants will be useful elements for the country and that they have the necessary funds for their sustenance’ and for their dependents. (Article 34)

Foreigners may be barred from the country if their presence upsets ‘the equilibrium of the national demographics,’ when foreigners are deemed detrimental to ‘economic or national interests,’ when they do not behave like good citizens in their own country, when they have broken Mexican laws, and when ‘they are not found to be physically or mentally healthy.’ (Article 37)”

All of those are reasons you can be barred from going into Mexico.

The Secretary of Governance may ‘suspend or prohibit the admission of foreigners when he determines it to be in the national interest.’ (Article 38)

Mexican authorities must keep track of every single person in the country:* Federal, local and municipal police must cooperate with federal immigration authorities upon request, i.e., to assist in the arrests of illegal immigrants. (Article 73)

A National Population Registry keeps track of ‘every single individual who comprises the population of the country,’ and verifies each individual’s identity. (Articles 85 and 86)”

I could keep going…

A national Catalog of Foreigners tracks foreign tourists and immigrants (Article 87), and assigns each individual with a unique tracking number (Article 91).

Foreigners with fake papers, or who enter the country under false pretenses, may be imprisoned:* Foreigners with fake immigration papers may be fined or imprisoned. (Article 116)*

In one week we have had this administration side with the Chinese against their own country and bring in the president of Mexico as a prop to mouth Obama’s words to a joint session of Congress beating up on the state of Arizona and the people who are there and the people who live there.

What’s happening here is a doubling down of playing the race card. The president of the United States is continuing to divide this country while pretending to be this great unifier.

In one week, Michael Posner at the State Department tells the ChiComs…


“Yeah, we really have no business lecturing you because you’re right: We have some terrible problems in our own country right there in Arizona. That immigration law is very, very bad for human rights.”

So for the first time in my life, agents of a communist government (China) come to our country and criticize us, and our administration agrees.

And for the first time in my life a foreign president (ostensibly an ally) comes here to rip the sovereign state of Arizona, the sovereign United States and its laws — using language exactly like the president of the United States — and the Democrat members of Congress give him a standing ovation.


Mexicans are…

“taking the law into their own hands…

“Cops are being killed by the drug cartels just like in Arizona. In the meantime, Felipe Calderon admits, “Oh, yes, of course we check people’s papers. We find out if they are worth being here. If they get a job and they have lied, they get sent home.”

All the while he’s telling us that we’re discriminating and violating our core values.

Want to know what happened to reciprocity? It’s called liberalism.

You want to know what happened to prosperity? It’s called liberalism.

You want to know what happened to economic opportunity and freedom? It’s called liberalism.

There’s a giant disconnect: Liberalism from Americanism.

It’s the plain, simple truth, for everybody to see.

It’s really no surprise to see Obama stand with SeƱor Wences against Arizona and the vast majority of people in the United States. Is there any issue today — terrorism, health care, cap and trade, taxes, spending — where Obama stands with the majority of the American public? No.

people sponsoring amnesty are not even concerned about these people liking the country. They’re not even concerned about them understanding the country. They aren’t even concerned about them becoming real citizens. All they want is their votes.

In fact the more economically challenged they remain, the poorer they remain, and as uneducated as they can be, the more dependent they will be.

He’s clearly in need of these Hispanic votes. He’s going to need ’em in 2012 because he’s lost half the country. If he hasn’t quite lost half the country, he’s on the way to losing half the country. He knows it.

Harry Reid is gonna need Hispanic votes if he has a prayer of saving his seat in Nevada in November.

We know there’s not going to be an amnesty bill before the election. But there’s going to be a lot of talk about it, and they’re hoping that the talk will encourage Hispanics to go ahead and vote.

“The Democrats really care. They want us to have amnesty. They’re going to get it done. They can’t get it done now.”

They’re hoping that will inspire support and votes, which is all this is about.

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