Skip to comments.Mexicans feeling persecuted flee U.S.
Posted on 11/26/2012 8:17:07 PM PST by moonshinner_09
Cananea, Mexico (CNN) -- In a remote town in northern Mexico, a 10-year-old-boy is struggling with his homework. His name is Oscar Castellanos, and the fifth-grader is getting extra help from his father because he's having trouble adjusting to his new school.
The student enrolled at Leona Vicario Elementary in the town of Cananea is technically a foreigner in his father's land. Oscar was born in Arizona and is a U.S. citizen. He recites the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance by memory without hesitation. His English accent is that of a boy raised in the American Southwest.
Oscar's family moved back to Mexico after the state of Arizona approved some of the toughest immigration laws in the United States. Now they live in Cananea, a mining town of 30,000, about 35 miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Grande Tango Sierra! Hasta luego, Pancho!
(2) Stay home and fix your failed homeland...
(3) Next time you visit the USA...
...Please use the front door....
We need to hit the liberals repeatedly over the head in the tune of “ We should be as enlightened as the Mexican Government and use their immigration laws!”
Start a damn ad campaign and when the libs realize it would be worse than what we had BEFORE the 1960’s immigration reform, THEN we call ALL the libs racists for opposing us!
My, oh my! Pass the tissues!!!!!!!!
CNN’s assumptions never begin at the beginning. The beginning starts at criminal entry, illegal residency, and no effort toward legal citizenship.
To go only 35 miles south of the border is a more fearsome location, given the cartel activitie, than getting on Obama’s list of citizenship passes for those with no criminal record.
In 2020 I’m sure that the Chinese warlord who runs things in that region ( thanks to the left ) will be way more tolerant than we were. /sarcasm
My heart bleeds. /sarc
Illegals out! Or learn what real persecution is.
It sounds as though the Mexican Nationals don’t like our laws and want Barry Benghazi to “reform” them to make it easier for them to invade and overrun America. I don’t think we’re in America anymore, Toto.
I don't care why they're leaving, just leave. Saves us the trouble and expense of hunting them down and deporting them. If you're here legally, welcome. If you're here illegally, you're a criminal, we're coming for you to prosecute you. That's not persecution. This has nothing to do with race, religion etc. It is all about legal status - they are breaking the law. Period.
Romney was Right: self emigration works!
The child is blameless but, after reading the article, I feel like the parents can go to hell.
I’m sure they will feel much safer in Mexico. What could possibly happen to them there?
We need another Operation Wetback. It worked pretty well the first time.
Call the wambulance, wah, wah, take the libtards with you!
Every day has its little ray of sunshine.
“The MSM is quite happy to run these stories without prompting.”
Of course; they need to lull Americans into complacency as their country is stolen from them. If there was anything to this story Obama wouldn’t have won re-election; the fact is that the Bronze Horde is here to stay, and for every one that goes back 1,000 more arrive (or are born in this country as anchor babies).
Anchor Baby = Leech
Another article written in fantasy land by the slave to the state media.
Every ILLEGAL CRIMINAL should be deported and told to go to the back of the line for a LEGAL immigration process - just like the millions who came to America LEGALLY.
The ILLEGAL CRIMINALS are not special and do not merit special considerations - they’re just criminals!
Criminality should NOT be rewarded!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
America was founded as a nation of laws - deal with it, ILLEGALS and self-deport!
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