More Mexican meddling. More American abasement. (Its too bad we are not in charge. -- Ed)
Last week saw yet another Mexican presidential visit (March 2-3) It was blessedly short. Felipe Calderon was in Washington less than 24 hours. He met with President Obama, they held a press conference, he had a luncheon with corporate CEOs and another with Obama, and a meeting with Speaker of the House Boehner.
In recent years, Mexican presidents have been making regular triumphal tours of the United States, where they boldly attack our sovereignty and demand amnesty and other benefits for their countrymen who are in our country illegally....
speech at the Woodrow Wilson Center. There he also
"Sooner or later we will need a
reform of the immigrationsÖ.the migration is a natural
phenomenon between both countries. In fact, it has been
occurring throughout all the history of the United
States and Mexico. And now the lack of a judicial
framework, comprehensive and effective, has caused some
states of the Union to propose their own laws."[Spanish
text and YouTube]
Of course, itís
preposterous for a visiting Mexican president to say we
donít have a "judicial framework" for immigration. We do have oneóhe just doesnít
like it because, as open as it is, itís not quite open
a common routine of Mexican politicians by saying that
itís too bad that Mexicans have to emigrate but thereís
no way to stop it...