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Calderon Confesses—<em>His</em> Police Enforce Immigration Law, Profile
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May 22, 2010, 09:21 PM
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This is from the Rush Limbaugh Show, via Kathy Shaidle:
So if people want to come from Guatemala or Honduras or El Salvador or Nicaragua, they want to just come into Mexico, can they just walk in?"

CALDERON: No! They need to fulfill, uh, a form. They need to establish their right name. We analyze if they have not a criminal precedence.

BLITZER: Do Mexican police go around asking for papers of people they suspect are illegal immigrants?

CALDERON: Of course! Of course!

BLITZER: If somebody sneaks in from Nicaragua or some other country in Central America through the southern border of Mexico and they wind up in Mexico, they can going get a job?

CALDERON: No, no, no.

BLITZER: They can work?

CALDERON: If somebody do that without permissions, we send — we send back them.

RUSH: We didn`t record that ourselves. We didn`t make it up. So I want to play these two bites again back-to-back, sound bites seven and eight. We`ll set up the first question from Blitzer: "What`s wrong with the folks in Arizona wanting to protect their border?" CALDERON: In Arizona, there is some racial profiling criteria in order to enforce the law that it`s against any sense of human rights; and, of course, is provoking very disappointing, uh, things — or very disappointing opinion — in Mexico and around the world, even here in America. So to introduce this kind of elements, especially racial profiling aspect that are attempting against what we consider human rights, it`s the principle of discrimination which is against the values of this great nation.

RUSH: (doing impression) "[W]e consider human rights the principle of discrimination which is against the values of this great nation." So Blitzer says: So somebody outside your country wants to come into Mexico, can they just walk into your country?

CALDERON: No! They need to fulfill, uh, a form. They need to establish their right name. We analyze if they have not a criminal precedence.

BLITZER: Do Mexican police go around asking for papers of people they suspect are illegal immigrants?

CALDERON: Of course! Of course!

BLITZER: If somebody sneaks in from Nicaragua or some other country in Central America through the southern border of Mexico and they wind up in Mexico, they can going get a job?

CALDERON: No, no, no.

BLITZER: They can work?

CALDERON: If somebody do that without permissions, we send — we send back them.

RUSH: Is this guy an idiot? Is this guy not just a full-fledged idiot? He just undercut his entire argument! He just undercut Obama`s entire argument. (interruption) You don`t think he did? (interruption) Well, screw the liberals, Snerdley! Not everybody in this country is a liberal. There are a lot of Americans here who are gonna look at this and say, "This guy is just an idiot." Answering those questions like that from Blitzer, he has no right from now on to say anything to us about our immigration law. People can`t even get a job in Mexico unless they have (doing impression) "per-meee-sion...and if they do that, do that, we send `em back."

Now how do they find out who they are in the first place? You think they have to profile `em? "We analyze them." They`re very, very strict. You can`t own property, you can`t get involved in politics if you are an immigrant, legally in Mexico. It`s very restrictive. And he comes here and lectures us with the approval of the president of the United States and the Democrats in the House of Representatives, who gave it a standing O. He comes here to lecture us about the way we are trying to enforce our own immigration law. What is this "racial profiling" anyway? Mexico`s not a race! What`s the race in Mexico? It`s not Mexican. It`s Hispanic or whatever, [VDARE.com note: Sometimes Armenian.]but we`re not profiling Mexicans because there`s not a race there. [Obama-Prop Calderon Rips USA, Gets Standing Ovation from Dems (But Off-Script He Admits the Truth) May 20, 2010]