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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Can't say that I blame Mexico for people wanting to come here and work.

    I can and do blame our government for not fixing the problem and I guess I'm a simpleton because I believe with all the technology that we have today a big ol' fence should fix the problem.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rentoc View Post
    Can't say that I blame Mexico for people wanting to come here and work.

    I can and do blame our government for not fixing the problem and I guess I'm a simpleton because I believe with all the technology that we have today a big ol' fence should fix the problem.
    What can you do when people are so desperate for a better life..They'll die tryin?

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by twixie1 View Post
    What can you do when people are so desperate for a better life..They'll die tryin?
    Honestly, that's on them. There are ways to come here and work legally. There are avenues available to become a citizen legally. I am not against immigration, I am against ILLEGAL _________________. (fill in the blank)
    If it's not legal, I am against it.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rentoc View Post
    Honestly, that's on them. There are ways to come here and work legally. There are avenues available to become a citizen legally. I am not against immigration, I am against ILLEGAL _________________. (fill in the blank)
    If it's not legal, I am against it.
    Do you not think that if these people were allowed to work legally..they wouldn't..

    How can they become American citizens when they have nothing?

    You could always send them all back..then you'd have to clean your own toilets..pick your own fruit..and work for less than nothing!

    Have they really taken something away from you??

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by twixie1 View Post
    Do you not think that if these people were allowed to work legally..they wouldn't..

    How can they become American citizens when they have nothing?

    You could always send them all back..then you'd have to clean your own toilets..pick your own fruit..and work for less than nothing!

    Have they really taken something away from you??
    I already clean my own toilet.

    Pretty easy for someone from an island country to speak about this topic. How many desperate people sneak over the border of England each year?

    It's not a question of what they are taking from me. It's a question of what is legal and what is not. It's a question of what resources are being used to support them, and what accountability there is for them.

    I have a daughter who was involved in an automobile accident with an illegal. Her car was totaled, she was injured pretty bad and there was no recourse for her as the other individual simply disappeared into the shadows again.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    There you go again showing you do not know what you are talking about.
    No one on this end said they agreed with your suggestion.


    And no one has to present any specifics.

    Again, what is it you do not understand about the following?

    The "How" of a "Yes" answer is totally dependent on the answerer's own beliefs.

    Why that is so hard for some folks to understand, is beyond belief.
    I understand that you are trying not to give any specifics. Without specific action it's a BS question like "Should more good things happen?" It also assumes that the government of Mexico is in some way responsible, which you have also failed to address.

    The Mexican government is innocent until proven guilty, and unless you can do so they can't be held responsible. If you can prove it beyond a reasonable doubt, then there's what the sentence would be. Which you also won't address.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    This issue has been plowed more times than Paris Hilton.
    Quote Originally Posted by Oborosen View Post
    Too bad we have to observe human rights.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rentoc View Post

    I have a daughter who was involved in an automobile accident with an illegal. Her car was totaled, she was injured pretty bad and there was no recourse for her as the other individual simply disappeared into the shadows again.
    I feel bad for your daughter and for your family's bad luck. How is the Mexican government to blame?


    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    This issue has been plowed more times than Paris Hilton.
    Quote Originally Posted by Oborosen View Post
    Too bad we have to observe human rights.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rentoc View Post
    I already clean my own toilet.

    Pretty easy for someone from an island country to speak about this topic. How many desperate people sneak over the border of England each year?

    It's not a question of what they are taking from me. It's a question of what is legal and what is not. It's a question of what resources are being used to support them, and what accountability there is for them.
    We have thousands of illegal immigrants..

    'Complacent' Home Office loses 175,000 illegal immigrants | Daily Mail Online

    And we have more in Sangatte..France waiting to jump lorries to get over the English channel..

    Mostly from Africa...

    The streets of Calais | Reuters.com

    Italy..

    More than 800,000 African immigrants headed for Europe - Italy police chief - timesofmalta.com

    You don't know jack!!

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I feel bad for your daughter and for your family's bad luck. How is the Mexican government to blame?
    They aren't.

    The comment was in response to another member.

    I voted that the Mexican Government was not to blame. In my opinion it's the individuals who are to blame. They are the ones breaking the law.

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    Re: Should we be holding Mexico responsible?

    From what I have read, the total number of illegals in the UK is less than 600k. Less than 600K!!!!

    This country has more than 5 Million illegals.

    You are correct, I don't know Jack. Never met him. Is he a pretty decent fellow?

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