Friday, December 16, 2005

Fox Wants To Run Our Henhouse

President Vicente Fox always has more to say about the United States than he does Mexico. On Wednesday, he criticized the United States' decision to strengthen its border security and complete a wall along the border.

"This situation we're seeing, a disgraceful and shameful moment where walls are being built, security systems are being reinforced, and human and labor rights are being violated more and more, won't protect the economy of the United States," Fox said.

"It would be hard to know what would happen to the economy of the United States if it wasn't for the enormous contribution, the productivity, the quality of work of our countrymen in that country," Fox added.

The only concern Fox has about our economy is how much money he can pump into his own by encouraging his countrymen to break our laws. What is disgraceful and shameful is the continued culture of corruption that pervades his country and the fact that it will not take care of its own. The disgrace and shame all belongs to Vicente and those who have gone before him.

Fox has the unmitigated gall to tell Americans what they need when he can't even fix his own miserable economy that drives its citizens to acts of desperation.

"What the United States needs is a young (work) force, energy, quality, productivity, which is what keeps that economy competitive and the only way it can stop losing jobs to Asia, to China,"preached Fox.

What the United States needs is for Mexico to fix itself and for its leaders to stop advocating the breaking of our laws. Since taking office, Fox has traveled each year to Mexico's northern border to greet the wave of returning illegals. It is undesirable traits like that in a neighbor that cause walls to be built.

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