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A U.S. War with Mexican Consequences


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Comment by TL Winslow
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It was Pres. Nixon who said in 1970: "We share a 2,000-mile common border, one of the longest in the world. That border we can say today is not a wall that divides us, but a bridge of friendship which unites us".

Too bad, his Republican Party of Lincoln turned into the equivalent of white flight to the suburbs in the Reagan-Bush era, and now is the main obstacle to finally ending the 1848 Apartheid that stole half of Mexico then sealed off the other half in pure naked proud white racism, creating a sawed-off country eternally doomed to subsistence level agriculture and yes, piracy and border crime to survive.

The modern way to disguise the 160-year apartheid is to call Mexicans "illegal aliens", and treat them like criminals when we all know it's a racial thing, don't we? Like if the southern neighbor were Canada we'd get all that worked up, wink? Now that we chucked racism enough to elect Barack Obama, it's time to finally go back to the principles of the party of Lincoln and help the Congress unite to invite the Mexican people to dissolve their cruddy corrupt fatcat and cartel controlled govt. and join the U.S. as the "51st state".

Take the time to read my well thought-out online article by Googling "Megamerge Dissolution Solution".

Comment by Lola Flores
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 The poor Mexicans!  If the US farts, they have to smell it and like it. 

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