Friday, April 25, 2008

Thank you President Bush

People of New Orleans, you may not have a place to live but at least you have a new Mexican Consulate. George Bush was delighted to be on hand to celebrate the reopening of the consulate April 21st.
I wasn't aware that we can thank the Mexican military for their assistance in the Katrina disaster. I wonder if this is the same military that has been shooting at American civilians and border patrol and directing drug traffickers?

Oh and we can also thank President Calderone for the following reassuring words:

"And this consulate in New Orleans, the 48th of our country on U.S. soil and the fifth that Mexico has opened during my administration, will contribute to the purpose of strengthening the ties between Mexico and the United States, and so that North America moves towards a future of prosperity and security for our nations. May all Mexicans who live in the United States know, and in particular those who are living in the states of Louisiana and Mississippi, that my administration will continue to watch over its -- their security and their rights."

"Thank you very much, Mr. President, for being here, and much success to these new consular offices. Thank you very much. (Applause.)"

Yes and thank you for bringing us one step closer to the North American Union and destroying our sovereignty. Thanks a bunch.

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