August 28, 2014

Mexican President describes the United States “This is the other Mexico,” Gov Jerry Brown agrees “You’re all welcome in California” [Darleen Click]

In Democrat-run California and the White House, the corruption, cronyism and failing economy does make America resemble Mexico

On Monday, Brown and Peña attended a meeting with business officials in Los Angeles. During his speech, Peña said he wanted to make life better for Mexicans on both sides of the border.

“This is the other Mexico,” he said of the United States, which has about 11 million Mexican immigrants.

Brown told the crowd at the event that they were welcome in the state regardless of their citizenship.

“You’re all welcome in California today,” he said.

When Peña arrives in Sacramento, he’ll visit the historic Stanford Mansion for a luncheon with California leaders.

Meanwhile, illegal alien adults are going to public schools and the Federal government forbids local districts from doing anything about it.

The mayor of Lynn, Mass. says that some of the illegal aliens from Guatemala who are enrolled in her city’s public schools are adults with graying hair and “more wrinkles than I have.”

“They are not all children,” Judith Flanagan Kennedy told reporters at a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.

“One of the things that we did notice when we were processing some of these students coming in was that they were adults,” she said.

She added that the federal government will not allow school officials to verify their ages, even though one of the students turned out to be 35 years old.

Posted by Darleen @ 8:09am
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  1. Meanwhile, illegal alien adults are going to public schools…

    I see an upcoming TV sitcom.

  2. I may have been a bit optimistic with that prediction of 2025… we may not make it to 2020 without fighting in the streets…

  3. In Democrat-run California and the White House, the corruption, cronyism and failing economy does make America resemble Mexico

    Well, the Democrats do aspire to be the party of institutionalized revolution these days, don’t they?

  4. Of course they are welcome. Go to Disneyland, watch a Dodgers Game, visit Yosemite and then go home. Ask Canadians how it is done.

  5. does make America resemble Mexico

    Yet Mexico defends and enforces its southern as well as its northern borders, nor have we heard of Mexico pouring billions down a high-speed rail rat hole just for the thrilling waste of it all.

  6. Maybe we should drive all our poor people to Canada to really be like Mexico.

  7. Maybe we should drive all our poor people to Canada to really be like Mexico.

    heh, that would be an interesting alternative to what the US has been doing, i.e., driving its wealthy people (namely the actors and actresses, production crews, directors and the like) to Canada as a resort to less expensive, more efficient movie and television making . . . but do so with the proviso that driving the poor will only result in the discovery that Canada isn’t like the United States (and not just in its support for Israel in this respect), but will fight back for a world it deems worth living in.

  8. Canada isn’t like the United States, but will fight back for a world it deems worth living in

    RACISTS! No wonder they call it “The Great White North”

  9. If only Canadians had a constitutional right to bear arms. Or freedom of speech.

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