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"Always Demanding" Chickens Come Home

... to roost, man.

Apparently, Mexico is starting to belly-ache about unprecedented repatriation. Key point to be made is:

The U.S. border state leading the battle against illegal immigration with unprecedented tough laws has received complaints from Mexico’s government that too many Mexicans have been repatriated and the country is overwhelmed with demands for housing, jobs and schools.


You know... the things that we have been providing for free for the past 10ish years.

There is a slight difference between Mexico and us, though:—They have the cojones to say "No."

Us?

Feh—We've seemed to have forgotten the very meaning of the word.

(h/t kingattax. 2000000 get?)

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Comments:

#1 captainfish 13-Apr-2008
"No"? what does that mean?

Ohhhhh... that is the word we are told when we say, "but isnt' that against the US Constitution?"

That is the word we hear when we say, "can't you decrease our tax burden by cutting funding for sex with rats artwork?"

That is the word we hear when we say, "can't you grow a spine and defend America?"

That is the word we hear when we say, "if you are concerned with our economy and the price of gasoline on consumers, can't you just put a moratorium on gas taxes for a few months?" (instead of giving us back some of the hard earned money we already paid in, thus creating more tax burden on upper tax payers)
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