America's lawmakers are trying to bring our Country down to a level of standards people are not accepting.
When in history has an American President allowed a Mexican President to address our Congress telling us how we should address the human rights issue?
Why should China, a Communist Country have a say in our immigration laws? They murdered millions of citizens who opposed government policies. Their people have no freedom. Michael Posner, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy Human Rights and Labor, will travel to China with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to continue talks concerning Strategic and Economic Dialogue. Next the US and China will hold meetings discuss human rights.
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon has said the Arizona law is unjust to the people of his country and should be stopped. Obama says the law is misguided. In Mexico where drug cartels run the country and children are abducted in order to keep their drugs flowing how can he expect us to make his people legal?
Calderon received applause from many members of Congress for the following comment
"I strongly disagree with the recently adopted law in Arizona. It is a law that not only ignores a reality that cannot be erased by decree, but also introduced a terrible idea using racial profiling for law enforcement."
Felipe tells Congress the only way he can stop the problem in his country is if we stop guns from coming across the border. Article
Our obligation is not to support the world while we face economic problems within our own borders.
An answer to the problem appears to be so simple, secure our borders.
Sen. McCain has asked for federal troops sent to the border, but as of this date has had no response. It's time for our law makers to stand up for the people they represent. Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano admit they have not read the Arizona bill even though they oppose it.
The UN has stepped in to view the law saying it could violate human right laws.
My view is keep other countries out of our law making and if a person is illegal throw them out. Don't expect tax payers to foot the bill.
Read Radical Richard's Article. He has emailed Gov. Rick Perry (R-Tx) concerning Austin's Council Members who are promoting this boycott.
Let me hear your opinions.