Saturday, March 5, 2011

Mexican President Concerned About "Anti-American Feeling in Mexico"

Illegals: The Unacceptable Cost of America's Failure to Control Its Borders

Then he should tell his citizens to stay home and quit crossing our border illegally.
Washington – Mexican President Felipe Calderon, during his visit to Washington, D.C., this week, indicated that “anti-American” sentiment is growing in Mexico because of how the people there view Americans’ perception of illegal immigration.

Prior to going forward with immigration reform in the United States, “We need to change the general perception inside the public opinion in America and the public opinion in Mexico,” said Calderon.

“My most serious concern is that bad feelings are growing on both sides of the border,” he added. “The anti-American feeling in Mexico is growing again.”

1 comment:

joetote said...

Oh boo hoo! We have illegal immigrants assembling and protesting here, crying their rights, and reminding us that like the radical muslims, they will overrun and take this country over by sheer mass of numbers! Meanwhile, the clown in the white house is praising the wonderful job being done n=by Mexico and our people to combat Illegal Immigration and the drug cartels. What am i missing here?

Oh, that's right! The President as usual is shifting blame to the American people! As for the Mexican President, who should give a rat's ass what he or his people think about us?