Sunday, July 1, 2012

Let's end the Mexican immigration problem once and for all!

Mexico's voters appeared poised to bring the old guard back to power on Sunday in a mostly quiet and orderly vote that was marked by a heavy police and troop presence in violence-plagued parts of the country.
The former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, known as the PRI, led by telegenic former Mexico State Gov. Enrique Pena Nieto, has held a strong lead throughout the campaign. The party, voted out of the presidency in 2000 after 71 years in power, also appeared likely to retake at least a plurality in the two houses of Congress and some governorship.

My take: We need to annex Mexico as a colony of the United States post haste. The Mexican people would cheer this, while the Mexican government, drug cartels and terrorists would…go someplace else. In any case, it would be a win win for most everyone!

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