America Is No Better Than Mexico, Right?

John W. Lillpop

In my dissertations about illegal
aliens and Mexico,
I often use terms like third-world disaster or other unflattering
hyperbole to describe our southern neighbor.

Mexican apologists
protest my language by claiming that Mexican culture is equal to
American culture. Some allegedly educated folk even suggest that in some
ways Mexico is superior to our great United States.

you imagine, Mexico superior to the U.S. in
anything? Has a more absurd notion ever been advanced?

To those
who are in love with Mexico, my question is:

If Mexico
is so damn wonderful, why do scores of millions of Mexicans risk life
and limb to escape that wretched state by invading America?

Mexico has so much to offer, why not stay there? Or go back?

fact is, Mexico is a third-world sewer, cesspool, and disaster that
cannot feed, house, educate, or provide medical care for its own people.

That is wonderful?

The latest proof that Mexico is a
disaster comes from the ongoing carnage where more than 27,000 people
have been killed in this nation’s pathetic war with drug cartels, which, by
the way, the cartels are winning!

In addition, the United States
has issued a travel advisory to alert travelers of the unsafe conditions
in Mexico.

Yet, to some, Mexico is equal to or better

Those who hold that absurd fantasy should do
the honorable thing by moving to Mexico. And take a couple of hundred thousand illegal
aliens with you, please!

Above all else, be careful. Do
not drink the water, and do not tangle with Mexican gangs and drug

W. Lillpop

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