There are a few things I would like to make clear. There are plenty of Americans from Latin America, or of Hispanic descent that came here legally, assimilated and are Americans. End of story.
I have no more right to be here than they do, and I would like to emphasize that I am fully aware of this, and do not want to give the impression that I begrudge them this, or that I would have it any other way.
Secondly, I am not unsympathetic to the plight of the people crossing the border who are looking to create a better life for themselves. The remedy to their suffering, however, is not promoting lawlessness and the ultimate destruction of our nation. While that may bring them short term relief, they will soon be back in the same sinking boat, only now we will be going down with them. To be honest, I believe that the architects of this invasion know this full well, and this is their ultimate goal.
These Architects have found willing partners in crime with certain American corporations who see profit in the exploitation of poor Mexicans. There is far too much money in the pro-amnesty/open borders side for this to be any sort of grass roots movement.
Anybody with any serious intentions of helping poor Mexicans should be setting their sights on the Mexican government, not the US government as is now the case.
To illustrate the absurdity that is now occurring, consider the 9.5% of Americans who are currently unemployed. What would you think if they were to start sneaking over the border to Canada and demanding that the Canadian Government grant them citizenship, or at least work visas, and/or welfare, health care and that the Canadians educate their children. How many Americans are now protesting in the streets of Canada demanding their rights?
The Canadians would tell them to go home and fix their own country, and they would have every right to do so. Or not?