Skip to comments.Proposition 200 and Mexico's War on Arizona
Posted on 02/04/2005 8:52:37 PM PST by CHARLITE
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He'll find friendly liberal judges to shop it to in other words, but it will ptobably end up in international courts.
Its time for you to decide if you want a Country or a Party...
Did you join after the First election of Pres. Bush, just to carry his water? Blackbird.
Whether we like it or not, whether we choose to believe it or not..... I think the point of this article is that we could be in danger of this statement changing, and in fact it already has in roundabout ways.
The statement that "International courts have no jurisdiction in the US" is still 99% true, but if we're not careful and if certain "globalist" politicians in both parties are not controlled, this is in the process of being eroded.
You have to remember.
Bayourod is the consistent cheap labor, pro-illegal voice on this board. There are people who profit from rampant lawbreaking and are all too willing to dump the price of their cheap labor on the taxpayer.
"And if NAFTA was such a bad idea, why didn't Former President Clinton veto it?"
Because the Party of Money wanted it and Clinton was willing to betray his own base for their money.
That's what I meant. It will split the GOP wide open and leave an openning for a Perot economic nationalist third party if whoever wins the GOP nomination continues Bush policy.
I wonder if this is just posturing by Derbez since no legal challenge have actually been made. Can a Mexican government actually make legal challenges in US courts?
Nuetral? The administration just okay'd several million to Mexico the help them find who has been killing 400plus women in their country. But not a word to the families (except,it's Mexico, we can't help you) of 27 AMERICANS who have disappeared over the border in 90 days.
Four Blocks to Freedom
There is a 28 year old American named Yvette Martinez who has "disappeared" in Nuevo Loredo along with 27+ other US Citizens in the past few months. After a month of the Mexican law doing nothing and the US law saying "we can do nothing-Mexico runs their own country", her father started investigating by himself, along with some news people. She and her friend were traced to an intersection where they called a friend in the States. They could see the American Flag across the border. Four blocks away.
The Mexican mayor says, "It's safe here!" The police would not help. Finally Yvette's father found her car. It was in a storage lot used by the police. They refuse to talk. The US tells him, it's not their place to question Mexico. I dont see any of the OBL shedding any tears for her heartbroken mother and father because they are hispanic. This is all about dirty money,from the corruption in Mexico, the drugs, the refusal to enforce existing law to the willing worker program.
"Get your facts straight."
She never said it wasn't voted in with Clinton in office. Pres. Bush 1 pushed it. Clinton campaigned against NAFTA, one thing that got him elected. Of course he lied..surprise.
If you read her post, she was laying the blame solely on Bush. I'm trying to point out that the blame needs to be spread out.
You're right about one thing, there's plenty of blame to go around.
I'm on record as wanting what best for the country...I am not a "party whore" ....
I much as I like Bush on many issues, and disagree with him on some but can live with it... he's dead wrong on the illegals
In fact I would say it will become the dominate issue now as the Bush illegals position is way out of whack with the vast majority of the party base
If that party is torn apart on this issue then it's on the head of the people on the Bush illegals position side... they are in the minority position both in the party and in the overall country...
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