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Man, I'm fed up too, with ranchers on stolen Mexican land, land stolen to make room for more slave plantations, on land where Indians were massacred.
Those damn Mexican peasants, thrown off their own Mexican land by the two corporate parties' NAFTA, which destroyed the Mexican farming sector, who don't pay 1000 times their hourly salary and fill out forms to be denied legal entry or to be shown work on land in California that was stolen from them, where they can work for less than minimum wage, live in clapboard shacks, be deported for trying to unionize or killed by pesticides sprayed on them as they work the fields.
Those beaners, what will they want next!
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Well, the Zapatistas sure are nice....they'll probably let most of the mestizos and europeans stay.....
...of course most of the mexicans look like they're out of central casting for a south of the border version of "dances with wolves", so giving the country back shouldn't be too much of a problem.
...kind of like what's happening in Bolivia...now there's a real government!
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Those who would, deny, require permit, license, certification, or authorization for me to bear arms are as vile, dangerous & evil as those who would molest, abuse, assault, rape or murder my family
How you can sue in an American Court, when you are not legally in the Country, as a legal visitor or legal resident baffles me.
Man, you sound just like an Israeli settler. Too bad there are a lot more Mexicans than bubbas down there, I don't think things are going to go well for your kind in the next 50 years.
I'm a leftist, not a liberal. A comrade of mine, Hunter Gray, reintroduced me to guns- he was a civil rights organizer in the Deep South and Chicago and had occasion to ward off ignorant violent racists with firearms back in the day.
Is he gonna try and make us drink the Kool Aid? I don't want any.
You don't think things are going to go well for OUR kind? The backlash against illegals is growing stronger. The people would not tolerate the Bush amnesty policy and things are getting worse. In Arizona, we have enacted stronger laws to rid America of the scourge of illegals.
Lets get it back on topic people.
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And here I was ready to post some historical facts about how the U.S. won the Mexican-American War, and how The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, signed on February 2, 1848 by American diplomat Nicholas Trist, ended the war and gave the U.S. undisputed control of Texas, established the U.S.-Mexican border of the Rio Grande River, and ceded to the United States the present-day states of California, Nevada, Utah, and parts of Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Wyoming. In return, Mexico received US $18,250,000—less than half the amount the U.S. had attempted to offer Mexico for the land before the opening of hostilities—and the U.S. agreed to assume $3.25 million in debts that the Mexican government owed to U.S. citizens.
Back to topic.
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