If it is good for them, why not us??

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    If it is good for them, why not us??

    Not my words folks but - without wanting to stir a hornet's nest - shall we just say - some prime food for reflection, Huh?!! Think most know what I mean, and I'll leave it that!

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    Try driving around as a Gringo in Mexico with no liability insurance.....
    and have an accident...

    Enter MEXICO illegally. Never mind immigration quotas, visas,
    International law, or any of that nonsense.

    Once there, demand that the local government provides free medical care
    for you and your entire family.

    Demand bilingual nurses and doctors.

    Demand free bilingual local government forms, bulletins, etc.

    Procreate abundantly. Deflect any criticism of this allegedly
    irresponsible reproductive behavior with, "It is a cultural United States
    thing. You would not understand, pal."

    Keep your American identity strong. Fly Old Glory from your rooftop, or
    proudly display it in your front window or on your car bumper.

    May all the Gods bless America

    Speak only English at home and in public and insist that your children do
    likewise.

    Demand classes on American culture in the Mexican school system. Demand
    a local Mexican driver license. This will afford other legal rights and will
    go far to legitimize your unauthorized, illegal, presence in Mexico.

    Insist that local Mexican law enforcement teach English to all its
    officers.

    Good luck! Because it will never happen. It will not happen in Mexico or
    any other country in the world ... except right here in the United States...
    Land of the naive! If you agree, pass it on. If you don't, go ahead and try
    the above in Mexico or Iran.

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    Also, demand that The Home Depot's in Mexico put English signs on all of
    it's aisles..
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Also, demand that The Home Depot's in Mexico put English signs on all of it's aisles..
    There are Home Depot stores in Mexico? What do they sell, used lumber and rusty nails? From what I have seen (in the border areas, anyway) Hovel Depot would be more fitting.

    You are, of course, correct that none of items in the list would go over very good over there. I especially like the way the say that our prison systems are inhumane. Ever see or hear anything on Mexican prisons? If someone doesn't send money, you get very little to eat. They are filthy ratholes that would not favorably compare to our oldest, most rundown prison in the US. I'll stay on this side of the border....
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Good luck! Because it will never happen.
    Well, yea! Where do you think you are? The United States??
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    Welcome to Los Estados de Mexico

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    What I Like About MEXICO

    I love the Mexican leather tooling style. Especially the older Mexican work.
    The Mexican leather artists do some beautiful floral tooling on leather.
    They do some right purdy holsters and rifle scabbards and saddle bags and some pretty doggone neat hand~silver work too.
    You can get a SUPER NICE pair of custom boots fit EXACTLY right to your foot in Mexico...for hardly any money at all! They are nice and comfortable.
    They do some BEAUTIFUL saddle work also & their Tequila will kick your arse.
    OK that's all I can think of right now.

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    What I like about Mexico...

    Good Mexican Food, and, and....
    "I surrounded 'em"- Alvin York

    "They're ain't many troubles that a man can't fix with seven hundred dollars and a thirty ought six"- Jeff Cooper

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    Dang TA - she is PRETTY!!!







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    Chris, it's all QK's fault....he showed me how to post pictures, and I discovered the Google Image search function at the same time...sort of like the "Perfect Storm"

    But, seriously, I'm torn over the whole Mexican immigrant thing....I can't fault anybody for wanting to leave their corrupt 3rd world craphole and come to America to try to improve things for themselves and their families.

    I just wish they could reform the countries that they've left....maybe after we've finished with Iraq, we can move on Mexico next
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    Don't be torn TA. As an inmigrant of the Hispanic species myself who went through all the legal hoops to move here and become a citizen, I feel that ALL inmigrants should obey the law and do things the right way. I am insulted when some bleeding heart idiot starts babbling about the "undocumented" fellas that "just want a chance" and these same fellas laugh at me because they took the shortcut and prey on the things here that my frigging taxes pay.

    And Mexico is not interested in fixing this situation. Its second biggest income as a country is provided by illegals sending the money they make here.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Ego will kill you. Leave it at home.
    Signed: Me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy

    And Mexico is not interested in fixing this situation. Its second biggest income as a country is provided by illegals sending the money they make here.
    And this is the root of the problem....Mexico is actually a very beautiful country with a lot of natural resources that could be developed to benefit the people with jobs and infra-structure improvements....however, corruption in the government will prevent this from ever happening.
    "I surrounded 'em"- Alvin York

    "They're ain't many troubles that a man can't fix with seven hundred dollars and a thirty ought six"- Jeff Cooper

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