Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Amnesty du Jour

In response:

As a retired US Border Patrol Agent who has worked the Mexican border, I do not want this reform bill to pass. I say this because I empathize with the plight of the undocumented. The majority of those who cross our border illegally are good, hard working family people. The minority are hardened criminals who have no place in our country.

I stand with the undocumented and particularly Mexicans because they have been raped by two conspiring governments; Mexico's and our own. The elite who run the Mexican government hoard Mexico's wealth and create poverty which pushes their people here. The elite who run the US government use the undocumented for cheap labor while simultaneously coddling the Mexican government for trade.

On one hand the US elite put them in prison and on the other they offer them the current amnesty du jour.

I also totally empathize with the other victims of this hocus-pocus reform; the American taxpayers. They are the ones who suffer the costs of the US elite's never ending border security hoax. They also suffer the over-crowded hospital emergency rooms, school rooms, and unfair or adverse changes to their home town demographics.

It is not the Mexican undocumenteds' faults that they come here. It is also not US taxpayers' faults for being angry at undocumented. It is the faults of the bi-national governments who not only condone but participate in these undocumenteds' and US taxpayers' rapes for bi-national profit.

This bi-national governmental conspiracy is what needs to be reformed

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