Monday, January 02, 2006

Resolved: Mexico Is a Cesspool – Part 2

Resolved: Mexico Is a Cesspool – Part 2

I recently posted how Mexico is – politically and economically speaking – a cesspool.  In that post, I suggested that no one in authority is willing to tell it like it is on the point of Mexico’s utter political and economic corruption.

Well, I must now say that Victor Davis Hanson has finally told it like it is – on the editorial pages of the snooty, and pro-Illegal-immigration-cuz-it-helps-big-business-and- doesn’t-hurt-the-nice-neighborhoods-in-Stamford-Connecticut WSJ – regarding the true state of affairs that currently obtain in Mexico.  (Hat tip: realclearpolitics.)  Hanson is not in the Government, but he is widely read.

Perhaps someone will tell George W. about this piece?

Let us pray so.

Kudos to Mr. Hanson for showing some moral courage on a tough issue – in an age where moral courage is in frightfully short supply!

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To illustrate WHY I said what I said above regarding the WSJ’s attitude toward the illegal immigration issue, I am linking to ANOTHER WSJ opinion piece (again, hat tip to realclearpolitics) pooh-poohing the need for a border fence to protect our exposed underbelly.  (Again, from the WSJ’s perspective, presumably nothing meaningful needs to be done to stop the flood of illegal immigrants, since well-heeled homeowners in Stamford, CT, unlike ranchers in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California, don’t have to pick up the dirty clothes, dirty diapers, and garbage left behind on their property by transiting illegals).

2 Comments:

Blogger Rudolph A. Carrera said...

Brilliant post, there! I'm impressed by both Hanson and you for notifying the general public about what a dump Mexico has turned into. It really is a shame.

Mon Jan 02, 02:24:00 PM PST  
Blogger GunJam said...

mr carrera: I am honored by your visit and your post. thank you! (your blog is phenomenal, btw.) -- gunjam

Mon Jan 02, 03:16:00 PM PST  

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