Thursday, October 26, 2006

The Great Whining Noise From The South

By way of Sign On San Diego comes word that Mexico, supported by 27 other nations, made a declaration at the Organization of American States on Wednesday, slamming U.S. plans to build hundreds of miles of fence on its southern border.

The declaration was read out by Mexico's Ambassador Alejandro Garcia Morenoat the OAS headquarters in Washington. It stated the fence would not solve the immigration problem and urged the U.S. government to rethink its position. The 28 nations expressd “deep concern regarding the decision adopted by the United States of America to build and extend a wall on its border with Mexico, considering it to be a unilateral measure that goes against the spirit of understanding.”

Doesn't the breaking of our laws and attacks on our law enforcement violate any spirit of understanding, justice or just downright good neighborliness? No, I guess Mexico and its pack of whiners (Antigua, Argentina, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Granada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, San Kitts and Nevis, San Lucia, San Vicente, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela) don't feel obligated to act civilized and orderly.

They don't seem to realize the US is a sovereign nation and can build what it pleases on its own territory, much the same way the border towns in Mexico create garbage dumps and set them on fire even though the pollution often blows into the US.

Well, these idiots are now going to the UN to complain. We should present them with a bill for eveything their illegals have cost us and the next time one of their invaders gets injured running from our law enforcement let's drop him off at their doorstep instead of hospitalizing him for free here. I'm sure he'd get much better treatment in his own wonderful country of origin.

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