Skip to comments.Cuban lawmakers denounce Arizona immigration law
Posted on 05/20/2010 10:15:54 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
HAVANA (AP) -- Cuban lawmakers have passed a resolution denouncing Arizona's new immigration law as "racist and xenophobic," recalling an old dispute in the process: the argument that the United States' purchase of Arizona from Mexico in the 19th century was tantamount to theft.
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I’m sure every banana republic and commie dictatorship objects to our laws and our constitution.
Kinda like a litmus test.
Cuba stirring up the pot.
Sun rises in the East, and On Time... Film at 11:00...
I am sure the Prez of the USA would be in agreement with Havanna.
The monkey’s in the trees are chattering again. Nobody really cares what they think...........if they think. That’s just an assumption on my part.
One, who gives a rat’s rear end what a bunch of communists think about our laws?
Two, if Arizona was purchased by the U.S. from Mexico, then it wasn’t theft; it was a legal transaction. These ... humans are just ticked off that AMERICANS made Arizona into a thriving territory, instead of the third-world hellhole they would have turned it into!
and we give a S—t what Mexico and Cuba think, NOT. Amen.
.....starting with OUR president.
Cubans are just jealous because they can’t swim that far.
>>I am sure the Prez of the USA would be in agreement with Havanna.<<
I am sure the TOTUS is composing an apology as we speak...
If we ever get a real president again, we need to do a reverse Murial boatlift times 10.
I wonder how much BHO promised Cuba for this?
When do they get to address a joint session of our congress?
Currently, it seems to me that our liberal/communist government has conceded that an area about 200 miles north of our 1848 border is now co-owed by us and our southern neighbor. In a few years, they plan to concede that that area is de facto part of Mexico. Then they can apologize and make reparations.
Cuba is nobody to talk: http://babalublog.com/2010/05/illegal-in-your-own-country/
Plus, I would think these Communist would be cheering for the US to close its borders. After all, enforcing its borders would be prevent these illegals from “ever suffering from the evil capitalist system of the US.”
Cuba? Who gives a fly’n flip what you think. Go Arizona!
“Im sure every banana republic and commie dictatorship objects to our laws and our constitution.
Kinda like a litmus test.
One problem is those ‘banana republics’ have an equal vote to ours in the OAS...who is pushing for elimination of borders. You can bet the Obama regime will side with them.
OAS member states
Unrestricted migration to be proposed- Open Western Hemisphere borders proposed
El Universo (Guayaquil,Ecuador) 2/15/10
Open Western Hemisphere borders proposed
The Ecuadorian government will ask the Organization of American States (OAS) to promote the free movement of people within the continent in order to curb the deportation of immigrants who are in an irregular condition [Read: illegal].
Hernan Holguin, sub-secretary of the Ecuadorian national department that oversees migrant issues, indicated that the matter will be presented before the OAS as a matter of human rights and to stop the deportation of irregular immigrants. Holguin expressed the opinion that humanity is advancing toward a universal citizenship and that world globalization is not centered only in the movement of merchandise, but also in people, for which reason it is a right for emigrants to come and go in other countries as they wish.
The proposal has to do with urging an integrated migrant policy with full respect for human rights in the framework of human mobility, he said. Holguin emphasized that the process of returning to ones country of origin should be orderly, planned and supported in order to avoid situations in which the undocumented immigrant might be arrested for a minor infraction and be deported, thus destroying his lifes future plans. He pointed out that in order to confront this matter, his country, for example, has subscribed to a migratory agreement with Peru that is similar to another established by Mexico. Ecuador estimates that it has one-fifth of its population in migratory status, mostly in the US, Spain and Italy, brought on by an economic crisis in the country in 1999 and considered the worst in its national history.
Ahhh Cuba lawmakers.. Those paragons of virtue and supporters of human rights for all.
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