Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Invasion U.S.A.

According to Reuters:

By David Schwartz

PHOENIX (Reuters) - The Mexican government has opened a special call center in Arizona to provide a sympathetic ear for citizens caught up in crackdown on illegal immigration in the desert state.

Officials at the Mexican consulate in Tucson said they opened the center last week. It is available 24-hours-a-day to field complaints from Mexican nationals about their treatment in the border state, where as many as half a million illegal immigrants live and work in the shadows.

"We want to offer a human voice at the other end of the line, so they can feel protected and know that someone is here for them," Alejandro Ramos, head of the consulate's Department of Protection, told Reuters.

What part of aiding and abetting don't they get? When are our elected officials going to do their job and crack down on these invaders? How much more blatant does it have to get. Good Lord.

1 comment:

MAX Redline said...

I think the recession's starting to cut into the numbers a bit, along with stepped-up enforcement. Even in Oregon, driver license apps are down.