All you know how to do is repeatedly contradict, but you're never quite able to debate. You've been told numerous times that the Mexican government is also descended from European colonists, so they won't be "re-taking" anything that wasn't stolen by their predecessors. You've also been told that the Indian racial identity of the majority of migrant laborers places them at odds with the white upper class, which is why they don't have an incentive to extend their authority over them. This hasn't penetrated your skull at all.
Illegal Mexican killed by Border Patrol - Stormfront
Sounds exactly like something you or any of the "very conservative" authoritarians here could say.President Felipe Calderon said Tuesday that his goverment "will use all resources available to protect the rights of Mexican migrants.
This statement needs to be fixed;
President Felipe Calderon said Tuesday that his goverment "will use all resources available to protect the rights of Mexican illegal migrants.
Doesn't sound quiet as politically useful now, does it?
Ignorance about the non-WASP "ethnic" population is also typically a facet. Sikhs were attacked because the white populists were too ignorant to distinguish them from Muslims. Han Chinese and other East Asians were sometimes interned with Japanese despite the fact that they despised the Japanese empire for their invasive tactics, because the white populists were too ignorant to distinguish them from Japanese. And now, the white populists think that Mexicans are a racial group, rather than a national group ruled by a white upper class, and they're too ignorant to separate the Guatemalan and Salvadoran immigrants.
This is right up your alley, tex:
The foundations for a white populist backlash (association of hostile foreign status with a certain non-white/Anglo phenotype, attacks on the ethnic populationís usage of a minority language, overwhelmingly negative characterizations), are in place. The combination of economic troubles and prior social conservatism in the state of Arizona led to greater intolerance for immigrants, in the familiar pattern of support for authoritarianism increasing in times of crisis.
You are seen for what you are.