Mexico vs. USA...Hypocrisy in Action
From an LA Times article about the insulting of our U.S. soccer team and this nation on OUR soil, by an overwhelmingly Latino audience during a U.S. vs Mexico match at the Rose Bowl
“I love this country, it has given me everything that I have, and I’m proud to be part of it,” said Victor Sanchez, a 37-year-old Monrovia resident wearing a Mexico jersey. “But yet, I didn’t have a choice to come here, I was born in Mexico, and that is where my heart will always be.”
This happens every year.....and every year it shocks the senses. Or it should. But by next week, most of us will forget about it, pretend Mexico is not our enemy, like we do every year. As the Obama administration ushers in an unconstitutional AMNESTY, and illegal alien invaders burn us out one state at a time , we will sit by allowing DHS to incrementally ignore one immigration law after another, being more concerned about some politicians kid, American Idol or the gossip de' jour than the incremental loss of our sovereignty.
Victor Davis Hanson says it best today in his article "Mexifornia, quite Literally!"
"When a foreign nation is treated as the home team, and when the home team is booed in the Rose Bowl, I think we can see why the entire open-borders, non-enforcement, ‘La Raza’ paradigm of tribal chauvinism based on ethnic solidarity has been proven an abject failure — summed up by one word, “hypocrisy.” Of course, if America asks nothing of the would-be immigrant — no legality upon entrance, no knowledge of the English language or American customs, no proof of autonomy and independence from government entitlement — then tens of thousands of American residents booing the very mention of America is logical and would, of course, continue until and unless fundamental ideas about illegal immigration, assimilation, and national identity change.
Has anyone seen ANY of our fine republican presidential candidates address any of these border and immigration problems???????
Where is their outrage over GUNWALKER??????
Herman Cain and Michelle Bachmann are the ONLY two who have come close!
2012 Presidential Hopefuls' Immigration Stances