To rebuke fools like Mexican President Felipe Calderon, who used his time in Congress to berate our country for our immigration and gun laws. An adult in government would have pointed out to Mr. Calderon exactly why so many Mexicans want to come to our country, that Mexico's immigration laws are far harsher than those of the United States, that Mexico's murder rate is triple that of the United States', and finally that if Calderon wishes to reduce small arms traffic over the border, he's quite welcome to help us build a fence on the border. He'd also do well to quit allowing drug traffickers to use the resources of Mexico's police and army.
Unfortunately, we have children in Congress and the White House, children who chose to applaud Calderon's hypocritical and foolish ranting. Hopefully these children can be returned to the private sector this November, where they can learn the lesson that actions have consequences.
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