Harsh rules

@Lakota12 (42684)
United States
May 7, 2010 9:39am CST
I am putting this in for I think it goes along with the post that I saw here about border laws and that Az has put up what they cal a new law but has been in for a very long time on the fed side of the law. Read what Mexico has said and thier rules about illegals. HARSH YOU SAY ?? 1. There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, no special ballots for elections, and all government business will be conducted in our language. 2. Foreigners will NOT have the right to vote, no matter how long they are here. 3. Foreigners will NEVER be able to hold political office. 4. Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers. No welfare, no food stamps, no health care, nor any other government assistance programs. 5. Foreigners can invest in this country, but it must be an amount equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage. 6. If foreigners do come and want to buy land that will be okay, BUT options will be restricted. You are not allowed to own waterfront property. That property is reserved for citizens naturally born into this country. 7. Foreigners may not protest; no demonstrations, no waving a foreign flag, no political organizing, no "bad-mouthing" our president or his policies If you do you will be sent home. 8. If you do come to this country illegally, you will be hunted down and sent straight to jail. and you sure dont want in thier jails! Harsh, you say ?... The above laws happen to be the immigration laws of MEXICO!!! I just had to put this in here what a diferent way a country says things
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11 responses
• India
10 May 10
Hello my friend Lakota12 Ji, In this free world, when everyone has freedom of speech in their own country, barring few then find nothing harsh by any country to frame tehir own rules and regulations. It may duit to them and not for others. Any outsider viists for their own purpose and wants to sttle there temporarily or permanently, is individual's bussiness. Why particular country should change the rules. I wish that some of the rules would have applied by my country, we would have been at ease. To give you an example our second grand daughter is US-Citizen, I have read her Indian Oorigin VISA. It clearly states taht She can never take part in sports in particular other than US. We have to commly and honor other's behaviour. Take care. May God bless You and have a great time.
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
10 May 10
SOunds like she can do sports here why would she want to be in sports any where else as this is adopted country? What gets me on this from MExico is they dont really try to stop illegles comong here to get all thuis countries hand outs but if we went there with no money to live on we would be jailed and I can tell you hard to get out of htier jails for all I have read and they shoot some that dont follow their rules
• India
12 May 10
Hello my friend Lakota12 Ji, So nice of you for your immediate comments. I would never think of heading such destinations. There are many othres waiting for compromising me. Let's discard them like playing cards. Take care. May God bless You and have a great time.
@TheCatLady (4695)
• Israel
11 May 10
Sounds fair to me. If you want to live there, you follow the rules. What's the big deal? Why should the government give welfare to foreigners when they have enough people who were born there who need help? As for the part of not owning ocean front property, you can lease it and enjoy it. It's not forever, but it is long enough to have a great life on the beach.
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
12 May 10
thats what I am talking about they think they can come over here illeagle and get all this help and money but if we go over there to maybe stay we have to support ourselves no help from the Meican government no hand outs like the US does
7 May 10
Hi Lakota12, My goodness, what a contrast to the way our country treats illegal immigrats, we pamper them here in the UK. Yes! I do agree that is far too harsh, what would they say if we treat them the same way as they treat their immigrants? Tamara
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
8 May 10
They sure wouldnt like it But I think we al should pull back thaqt helping hand! then maybe hey would stay in mexico or where ever
@meme0907 (3481)
• United States
7 May 10
holy moly! compared to our country the immigration rules are much much stricter, i'm sure mexicans know this that's probably one of the reasons they want to come here- applying some of those rules in America would really help
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
8 May 10
I know ANd as they come across the border we hand them about every thing thats what makes me mad. We should pul back that BIG helping hand
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@walijo2008 (4648)
• United States
8 May 10
So that's how they would treat us if we tried to live in their country? No wonder nobody wants to live there. I don't see why they would complain about being here and how they get treated here, they're own country sounds harsh too.
@AmbiePam (48570)
• United States
8 May 10
Great post, Lakota.
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
8 May 10
The Mexicans in Mexico have it made. There are no foreigners working for less for their jobs as the government there will not allow it. Yet they decide to cross the border and will work for less then Americans will. Maybe America should borrow from the Mexican law. It might decrease the illegal immigration problem.
@celticeagle (117561)
• Boise, Idaho
7 May 10
What do I say? Whatever happened to fare? All the things I dream of for the US is right in this list. That is bizarre! So if we go there we are in trouble but if they come here they life it up! I am apolled. I have watched that cable show about imprisoned abroad. Ugh! All the foreigners are so cruel and strict.
• United States
7 May 10
They certainly are much stricter than we are. It is about time we started applying their own laws to the illegal Mexican immigrants here. Perhaps it will make sense to them if they recognize them as their own laws and not just something to complaint about.
@quita88 (3716)
• United States
7 May 10
Good thinking lakota !!! huggassssssssssssssssssssssss
@ANTIQUELADY (36489)
• United States
7 May 10
Good for them . Now if the u.s.a. would pply the same laws it would be a very good thing & they should have been applied a long time ago.