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    From a headline on Fox News;

    Illegals Begin Leaving Arizona as New Law Approaches
    AGIA PRIETA, Mexico — For the first time, Mexican officials in Arizona admit there is hard evidence illegal immigrants are preparing to leave the state because a new employer sanctions law is making it difficult, if not impossible, for them to keep a job.

    Illegal immigrants are flooding the Mexican consulate in Phoenix for documents that will allow them to return to Mexico to enroll their children in school, the consul to Arizona, Carlos Flores Vizcarra, told FOX News.


    The upside to this? (as if there is a downside....well, there is a downside, for meheecoh, but it is simply chickens coming home to roost, a taste of their own medicine, karmic retribution and a big fat Nelson Muntz "HA-HAA" with a cherry on top and a bowl of smug satisfaction on the side.)

    From the Tuscon Citizen:

    Sonoran officials slam sanctions law in Tucson visit
    A delegation of nine state legislators from Sonora was in Tucson on Tuesday to say Arizona's new employer sanctions law will have a devastating effect on the Mexican state.
    At a news conference, the legislators said Sonora - Arizona's southern neighbor, made up of mostly small towns - cannot handle the demand for housing, jobs and schools it will face as illegal Mexican workers here return to their hometowns without jobs or money.


    Don't forget about the kids they'll be towing along. To the state of Sonora I say too bad. You sure didn't worry about those conditions happening TO us when you sent your people north, so don't expect an ounce of sympathy from me or mine when they come home and do the exact same thing to you they did to us. Turn about and all that.

    See? Part of the problem here (aside from the fact that meheecoh has no public welfare or medical coverage, is that meheecoh is a notoriously and historically corrupt CULTURE, which fully expects and accepts corruption in it's people and willingly pay bribes to cops, elected officials and bureaucrats to get by in life.

    We, as a country, cannot change that by opening our borders and giving away the farm. The citizens of meheecoh (and I will spell it correctly when they have a majority of literate meheecan citizens) must reform their own country, and the only thing we can do until they do is secure the border and keep the ignorant people out of our country. We already have enough people that can't read that can dig ditches, thank you, we don't need more of them that can't even communicate with us.

    This goes hand in hand, at the end of the day, with the islamic problem. We cannot fix islam, it is up to muslims to do that for themselves, adn until they do the only thing we can do is defend against them and kill them where need be while telling the mythical moderates to step up and fix it or join their brethren.

    And that's the long and short of it....no PC...no BS....we can't fix everything, and until the folks causing the problems step up and start working on it too we can't waste precious resources tossing good money after bad hoping they'll see the light.

    Comprende, Dude?
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