Stating the Obvious

Over at FOX News Latino, we learn something that everyone with an IQ above room temperature knew would happen when Texas Governor Rick Perry gave the order.

Mexico concerned about Texas’ plan to deploy National Guard on border

Reading the article, it is clear that they are not afraid of 1000 TNG soldiers invading their country.

They are afraid that the illegal aliens passing through their country will actually be stopped from crossing the US border and stay in their country, which means they would have to take care of them.

Now tell me again why it is OK for them to put down stakes here and not there?

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3 Responses to Stating the Obvious

  1. Merle says:

    HMMM, stay in Mexico, what a thought……

    Merle

  2. Kristophr says:

    The state of Texas should consider buying or condemning all land within a quarter mile of the borser, and making it a state military reservation.

    They may have to go around the outside of Big Bend, since that’s federal land. Require an ID check to pass through the military base. Allow the Texas NG to use deadly force to protect it.

  3. Heartless Libertarian says:

    I’ve had a theory for a while that the political stability of Mexico is heavily dependent on the ability to ‘export’ surplus population to the U.S., and the economic stability (and thus secondarily, political stability) depends at least in part on the money Mexican ex-pats in the U.S. send back to Mexico.
    Thus, if the U.S. were to effectively secure the border, it would create a two-fold problem, first based on Mexico’s inability to ‘export’ people that it’s own economy can’t provide jobs for (and who also won’t be sending money back to prop up the Mexican economy), and secondly, because of the stranding of any migrants from Central America using Mexico as a staging point to get into the U.S., especially if these migrants find conditions in Mexico to be better than wherever they came from, even though Mexican laws are known for being harsh on people illegally present in their country.

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