Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Mexico threatens people of Arizona

The Tourism Board of Mexico took out a two-page ad the weekend of May 23 that threatens the people of Arizona. The ad shows a soldier in a camouflage hemet looking through binoculars and says:
In Sonora we are looking for people from Arizona.
Is it reasonable to conclude that they are giving the same message that their President Calderone gave to Congress last week? He said Arizona has no business enforcing US immigration laws. And Democratics stood and cheered. Salon

Mexico's Tourist Board is saying the same thing. They are dictating what Arizona can and cannot do.

I am now an Arizonan. If Mexico welcomes Arizonans with soldiers with binoculars, that is a threat. They are threatening me also.

The past two winters I have spent 9 and 14 days in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. It's a great place. I enjoyed being there. But now I have been told I will be threatened when I come. We have reserved two weeks there in December. I had better ask them if they want me to come.

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