Skip to comments.Mexican remittances tumble 36 percent
Posted on 12/01/2009 1:46:04 PM PST by SwinneySwitchEdited on 12/01/2009 1:47:59 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
MEXICO - Mexico's central bank says the money migrants sent home fell nearly 36 percent in October compared to the same month last year.
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“Mexicans abroad” means illegal aliens in the U.S. They are sending it home. So much for them contributing to our economy and tax base.
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“Once more unto the breach!”
If you want on, or off this S. Texas/Mexico ping list, please FReepMail me.
Hmmm. How long until the Mexicans “demand” that the USA supplement the payments to their banks so they stay even.
You do of course realize this means Mexico is putting intense pressure on our government to pass amnesty. Not that they didnt want to already.
Hey, Felipe! How do you say Hopey/Changey in Espanol?
As Victor David Hanson has said, at 18 billion over over 10 months they can more than afford to buy health insurance instead of clogging our emergency rooms demanding free care. Let’s tax remittances to pay for health care!
Mine did too. But cheers to that anyway!
Maybe, the Mexican Castillian Spanish elite could help out the mestizo people by giving up more of their wealth?
Well dry me a lizard.
I have noticed a much lower population of the illegals in my area. No trabaho, no cerveza, no Pedro.
Well isn’t that too bad, that means however that there is still 64% too much going back to Mexico. I suggest all illegals go home, there are good jobs waiting for you, running MJ across the border, working for drug gangs as enforcers. You’ll love it! and it pays better than labor jobs in the US.
The economy is so bad two white guys jumped into my truck a home depot
Good news, but the buggers still seem as numerous on the street corners as ever.
A silver lining to the recession?
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