Felipe Calderon

Fish Wrapper (and MSM) Will Be Sure To Ignore This: Tancredo's Letter To Felipe Calderon

It's been a while since I've been able to post, but this one was too good to pass up. In the wake of Felipe Calderon's arrogance in coming to the US and lecturing us on our immigration policy, Sen. Tom Tancredo from Colorado publish an open letter to Calderon on his web site. I'll let the letter speak for itself.

President Calderon:

 

I was disappointed by misguided comments you recently made regarding U.S.-Mexico relations and U.S. immigration laws. Purveying misinformation and absurd allegations is hardly a positive step to building a constructive partnership.

 

According to the Associated Press you recently said, “You have two economies. One economy is intensive in capital, which is the American economy. One economy is intensive in labor, which is the Mexican economy. We are two complementary economies, and that phenomenon is impossible to stop.” Yes, both countries benefit by the 85% of Mexico’s manufacturing exports that come to the U.S., but people are not commodities. While I appreciate your concern for our joint prosperity, the economic and social ills that plague your country cannot be resolved by simply exporting your citizens to the United States.

Teaser: 

It's been a while since I've been able to post, but this one was too good to pass up. In the wake of Felipe Calderon's arrogance in coming to the US and lecturing us on our immigration policy, Sen. Tom Tancredo from Colorado publish an open letter to Calderon on his web site. I'll let the letter speak for itself.

President Calderon:

 

I was disappointed by misguided comments you recently made regarding U.S.-Mexico relations and U.S. immigration laws. Purveying misinformation and absurd allegations is hardly a positive step to building a constructive partnership.

 

According to the Associated Press you recently said, “You have two economies. One economy is intensive in capital, which is the American economy. One economy is intensive in labor, which is the Mexican economy. We are two complementary economies, and that phenomenon is impossible to stop.” Yes, both countries benefit by the 85% of Mexico’s manufacturing exports that come to the U.S., but people are not commodities. While I appreciate your concern for our joint prosperity, the economic and social ills that plague your country cannot be resolved by simply exporting your citizens to the United States.

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