Tuesday, March 8, 2016


I guess I’m going to need somebody to please explain to me what it is that might make the current president, as well as 2 former presidents, of that cesspool that lies just beyond our southern border, think that they are somehow able to dictate to us in America how we can, or how we cannot, determine for ourselves who it is that should be allowed into our country?  Off course I realize that it doesn’t help matters to have a political party in this country offering them encouragement. 

Anyway, it was in an interview published this past Monday that current Mexican el presidente Enrique Pena Nieto, you know the same guy who has a wall along his southern border with Guatemala to keep the riff-raff out, went so far as to actually compare the language of Donald Trump to that of dictators Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, saying it has hurt U.S.-Mexico relations.  From where I’m sitting it’s this guy, Nieto, who more might more closely resemble a dictator.

And it was when asked about Trump, that ‘el presidente’ complained to the Excelsior newspaper about "these strident expressions that seek to propose very simple solutions" and said that sort of language has led to "very fateful scenes in the history of humanity." Pena Nieto said, "That's the way Mussolini arrived and the way Hitler arrived."  Well maybe if this supposed leader were to behave a bit more like a responsible neighbor we wouldn’t even be discussing the need for a wall.

Up until now Pena Nieto seems to have avoided direct comments on Trump, who has pledged to build a wall along the two countries' borders and has said Mexican immigrants bring crime and drugs, let alone diseases, with them to America.   But as the New York businessman has built a lead in the GOP primary, current and former Mexican officials have begun to publicly express alarm.  Ex-presidents Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon also have alluded to Hitler whenever describing Trump.

In the interview with Excelsior, Pena Nieto said that "there is no scenario" under which Mexico would pay for the border wall, as Trump proposes.  Well I guess we’ll just have wait and see who might be right about that.  He said, "I hope that prudence and restraint will prevail among the voters there, and at the end of the day there will be a government that we can seek dialogue with, as we have done with the government of the United States."  Again, we’ll just have to wait and see,

He went on to say that he would work with whoever eventually wins this year's U.S. presidential election and to maintain a climate "of mutual respect and joint agreements."  Mutual respect?  Apparently he doesn’t quite understand the concept of ‘mutual respect’ when it’s so obvious that he doesn’t respect our country.  It would be much easier to believe that he did if he wasn’t quite so busy assisting so many of his people in their efforts to violate our laws.

And then it was in another interview published Monday, this one in the newspaper El Universal, that ‘el presidente’ actually claimed that he would be "absolutely respectful" of the U.S. political process.  But, he added, "It appears to me that (Trump's comments) hurt the relationship we have sought with the United States."  But how is it that this clown can be seen as being “absolutely respectful” when at the same time he’s working to do all he can to have an effect on it?

This guy would do well to keep his freaking nose out of our business.  And wouldn’t you think that he’d have more than enough to occupy his time there in his little drug-infested-cesspool-of-a-country?  But apparently not.  And as I have said before, if anything has served to damage the relationship between our two countries it has had much more to do with the willingness of such men as Fox, Calderon and now Nieto to actively encourage their citizens to break American immigration laws.

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