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Mexican president 'indignant' over U.S. deportation of Mexicans here illegally

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Are real Americans conscious of their sovereignty supposed to care what Mexico's president thinks of their right to protect the rule of law and and the jobs of their fellow citizens? Since when do they have to answer to him or anyone else?

So here's a brief memo to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto whose country in recent years has buried a lot of decapitated Mexicans because of the drug cartels it is unable to contain:

Dear President Nieto:

Mind your own business and get your own house in order before sticking your nose into the affairs of the rest of the world.

We know why you're so upset about the "record deportations" that in reality don't exist: Mexico would choke on its inability to provide for its own people if its neighbor to the north would no longer exist as a safety value for the failed state you're supposed to be governing.

Speaking of being indignant: That best describes millions of Americans who are wondering why their own government is allowing 7 million illegal aliens, most of whom are Mexican, are being permitted to keep their jobs in the construction, manufacturing, transportation and service industries while 20 million Americans can't find full-time work.

¿Entiendes?

Respectfully yours,

Dave Gorak

Executive director

Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration

La Valle, Wis.

P.S. In case you haven't noticed, Mexicans aren't the only people on the planet in search of a better life.

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