More on the Mexican Migrant Guide Scandal
January 04, 2005, 02:48 PM
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The Mexican government's “migrant” Guide book scandal continues to grow.  (For a copy of the Guide, click here [PDF file]).

Fox news reports that one of its helpful tip for living unobtrusively in the United States is: don't beat your wife.

This would draw the unwelcome attention of law enforcement to your illegal immigration status.

No, I'm serious.  It did not say “Don't beat your wife because that is not very nice and by the way, illegal.”

And a WorldNet Daily's Les Kinsolving actually succeeded in asking White House press secretary, Scott McClellan, about it:

WND: Scott, a two-part. The Arizona Republic reports that the Mexican government's foreign ministry is distributing a guide to assist border-crossing illegal aliens. It's entitled, "The Guide for the Mexican Migrant." And my question: Since the president surely opposes this, what will he do about it?

McCLELLAN: Who is providing this guide?

WND: The foreign ministry of the government of Mexico.

McCLELLAN: Well, I will look into it. I'm not familiar with it.

Right on top of things as usual!