March 14, 2003
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From: Robin Corkery
(More From Robin Corkery)
[VDARE.COM note: That's a Subscriber link but try "Feeble Economy, Tighter Borders Don't Stem Immigrant Tide," By D'Vera Cohn, Washington Post, March 10, 2003]
Let's see if I've got this straight: Mexicans are invading the U.S., Iraqis are not.
Mexicans claim a large part of U.S. territory, Iraqis claim none of it.
Mexico interferes in U.S. domestic politics, Iraq doesn't. Mexicans play the leading role in the untaxed drug trade in the U.S. while imposing huge costs on our education, health care and criminal justice systems.
Americans are frequently the victims of crime by Mexican illegals, rarely by Iraqis.
Mexicans hate the U.S., but Iraqis, while not exactly loving us, appear to eagerly await our arrival. And Bush wants regime change in Iraq?