Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Mr. Obama - Please Discuss Immigration With Those Who Really Suffer Its Costs and Consequences

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Mr. Obama - Please Discuss Immigration With Those Who Really Suffer Its Costs and Consequences

Mr. Obama - please come and discuss immigration reform with the actual people who suffer the costs and consequences of Washington's continual illegal immigration-for profit syndrome. 

Remember us?  The ones who face undocumented-related overcrowded emergency rooms, school rooms, job losses, and unfair demographic changes to our hometowns?

Remember us?  The one's who believed that Reagan's 1986 Amnesty, Clinton's 1994 NAFTA,  and Bush's 2003 creation of DSH would effectively stop illegal immigration as promised?

I am a retired US Border Patrol Agent.  I know that the majority of undocumented, especially our  62% majority from Mexico, would not choose to come or stay here if they had a similar change at prosperity working with their families at home.

Washington (NAFTA) co-creates Mexican poverty that pushed our undocumented population from 3 million to the 11.2 million that it is today.  Yet you Washington reformers do not discuss Mexican poverty as the cause of Mexican illegal immigration to the US?

We share 1,.25 billion dollars a day in cross-border trade with Mexico, yet their poor are pushed here for us to reform?

Sure - go talk to the business community who will profit from CIR H1-b visas while throwing US tech workers under the immigration bus.  

How can you people keep a straight face by bribing 11.2 million people with possible US citizenship in exchange for 13 years of labor peonage?

Or bribing "We the People" with another baseless promise of effective border control in exchange for billions more of our tax dollars gifted to your crony border security industrial complex?

Finally, please explain how your alma mater, Harvard University, can morally justify awarding ex-  Mexican President Felipe Calderon their First Angelopoulos Global Leader Award (and 2013 lucrative fellowship) when Calderon's 2006 decision to use his corrupt Mexican military to fight rival drug cartels (via his Washington-backed continuing Mexican Drug War) has sacrificed some 120,000 lives to date?

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