A Texas Minuteman Is Unimpressed By Mexican President Felipe Calderon
September 06, 2007, 05:00 AM
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From: William Breaux (e-mail him)

Re: Allan Wall's Blog: Calderon Slams U.S. Immigration Policy In State Of The Union Address

Mexican president Felipe Calderon and his infamous predecessor from long ago President Santa Anna are cut from the same dingy cloth.

Like Santa Anna, Calderon wants to reclaim Texas. And, as the ultimate reconquistador, Calderon wants the rest of the U.S. as well.

You heard him: "…wherever there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.

We true Texans will not tolerate dictators, past or present. Neither Calderon nor Santa Anna before him has any regard for the common man.

For more than 150 years the Mexican government has pandered to the rich and elites in Mexico while ignoring the poor. 

The day Mexico begins taking care of its citizens and stops encouraging them to go to the U.S. is the day a Mexican President can start lecturing us.

God Bless America...and to hell with Felipe Calderon.

Breaux is a 50-year-old patriot, says he is not a vigilante, nativist or racist: "I was born into a Hispanic family and raised by Cajun adoptive parents who taught me how to be an American."

His previous letter to VDARE.COM is here.