President Builds relationship with Calderone….Brick…ow! by Brick…oof!

16 03 2007

Cross posted from StikNstein…has no mercy

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“Together, we will address some of society’s Mexico’s deepest problems one person at a time, by encouraging and empowering ignoring our own laws the good hearts and good works of and screwing the American people. This is the essence of compassionate conservatism, and it will be a foundation of my administration.”

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FROM THE SITE:

Welcome to Compassionate.Conservative.Com. The most comprehensive web site dedicated to the 43rd President of the United States United States of Mexico, George W. Bush.

George W. Bush had been in office less than a year when the events of September 11, 2001, focused the attention of the American people and the world on the Presidency. With an intensity unlike any other time in our history.

A nervous and anxious nation, needed immediate and decisive leadership in this time of crisis. President George W. Bush quickly made bold and urgent decisions to protect and reassure Americans Mexicans, that terrorists would never they would be permitted to use the United States. He realized that only by making sweeping changes in those terrorist countries allowing millions of illegal aliens to cross our borders could safeguard America, the Chamber of Commerce and his biggest campaign contributors, but he could also bring freedom and democracy to the millions who lived under brutal dictators. in Mexico.

BUSH TO CALDERON THIS WEEK ON HIS LATIN AMERICA TRIP:

PresBBident Bush’s Statement with Mexican Presidente Calderon

“My pledge to you and your government, but more important to the people of
Mexico, is I’ll work as hard as I possibly can to pass comprehensive
immigration reform,”
“I remind my fellow citizens that family values do not stop at the Rio
Grande River, that there are decent, hardworking honorable citizens of
Mexico who want to make a living for their families,”

………uh…with AMERICAN JOBS AT HALF THE WAGES.
SOURCE

OK…..I added that last little bit. But it’s good to know we have a President who is more concerned with the “Decent and Hardworking Families in Mexico” than those pesky Hardworking American Families. Does he have a heart or what!

El Presidente Calderon wholeheartedly agreed with him:

Calderon said that “There’s nothing better for the security and prosperity of our region than prosperity in Mexico.”
Immigration is a huge issue in Mexico, even here in Yucatan, a state with a relatively new history of migration to the U.S. Overall, Mexico’s economy is heavily dependent on remittances from immigrants in the U.S. In January, Mexico’s central bank estimated that money transfers exceeded $20 billion in 2006.
Bush later said, “Today, the most important ties between the United States and Mexico are not government to government. They are people to people . . .

Perhaps adding:
“And of course The U.S. Chamber of Commerce relationship to the Mexican people, and the Bank of America’s relationship to the Mexican people, and then there’s the Landscaping Industry’s relationship to the Mexican people, and the Meat Packing and Construction industry relationship……….

IN A RELATED STORY:
Mexico protesters mar hopes for warm reception
Chris Hawley

Republic Mexico City Bureau
Mar. 13, 2007 12:00 AM

MÉRIDA, Mexico – Protesters screamed threats, pounded on riot barriers and hurled stones toward President Bush’s hotel on Monday as he arrived in Mexico on the last stop of a five-nation tour.

Shouting “Bush, you killer! Get out!” about 300 protesters rallied outside the metal barriers surrounding Bush’s hotel. One burned a hand-painted U.S. flag. Another climbed the awning of the former U.S. consulate nearby and spray-painted over the State Department seal.

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A few other folks wishing Americans could get some compassion from the President:

Common Sense America has a two week look at Crime by Illegals.
Bear Creek Ledger showing how McCain is selling you down the river.
Morning Coffee has a Hazelton Video.
Violence Worker has a Holocaust Comparison.

This was a production of The Coalition Against Illegal Immigration
(CAII).

If you would like to participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition and let us know at what level you would like to participate.

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