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Fernando Davalos Blas
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 10:53 EDT
Es necesario hablar con un official que me pueda dirigir acerca como traer a los Estados Unidos, un vehiculo 1988 Mercury Villager que lleve a Mexico City en 1912 por la frontera de Nuevo Laredo. Dirijame a lo oficina pertinente para obtener un permiso para traerlo a US a mi direccion: 608 Eugemar Dr, Albany Ga 31707.
sam ibanz
Thu, 4 Jun 2015 19:03 EDT
net work immigration!
Srs.gracias por su attention esta vez y siempre da gusto ser Mexicano/Hispano.
Seriously podemos ser mas producentes you contanbles/reforma.
De Verdad.
James McHugh
Fri, 22 May 2015 12:41 EDT
Having lived in Mexico for over 8 years and to return to the U.S. to witness the hate, ignorance, and and misrepresentation of the press is sickening. Instead of spending BILLIONS to "protect the border" why doesn't the U.S invest in the infrastructure of Mexico instead of rape and pilferage. It isn't that Mexicans love to be here but rather the economic environment is such that there is little opportunity.Why are we in the Middle East , where we are NOT wanted and take care of our neighbors in the AMERICA's.
Sat, 11 Apr 2015 23:39 EDT
A Lot of the comments on this thread are extremely ignorant. It's actually shocking to believe these comments are still made now in days. There's more to the world than the United States. Please go grab a book, or a news paper and educate yourself. Learn about different cultures, different political theories, and different nations. I swear these type of comments made my people just perpetuates ignorance. Let's stop this. Let's do it now.
Tue, 12 Aug 2014 22:41 EDT
who's country is this really? my great grandma's country American Indian
Ppl kill me.I always hear about Mexicans but u don't hear boutchina or Japan.etc... ... its always Mexicans.but if everyone was attentive in history u would know that Mexicans r Spanish Indians pushed off this land just like the American Indians and I agree everyone r gods children and everyone bleeds who's country is it.
Sat, 19 Jul 2014 08:58 EDT
I believe its time to make illegals feel uncomfortable in America!
American as an Indian
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 08:56 EDT
Save America nuke Mexico
Robots will make you useless in 30 years! Maybe then we can exicute the invaders before they escape back to Mexico.
G T Hanson
Mon, 14 Jul 2014 00:47 EDT
Is a whore country run by drug lords. The country has no decency, honor or sense of morality.

No more evidence needs be seen than how they are treating our Marine as well as lecturing us on our Bill of Rights while their country is run by drug cartels.
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:28 EDT
Those others came here legally, the Mexicans who come over illegally are breaking OUR laws, If you do not want to abide by OUR laws then I would be glad to pay for a bus ticket for you to go home. This is The USA not the Nationale de Mexico. So shut up!!
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:25 EDT
The Hell with you Mexico
I would never set foot in your country again. 65,000 crimes committed in Texas alone by illegals. Drugs, rape, murder, death by vehicle. Take your scumb back. We have enough of our own it is time to march on the Atlanta consulate NOW!!! Your Pesident comes to our country and puts us down , screw him and Obama they deserve each other. I feel bad for the honorable Mexicans all your gov't does is prop up the druggies and the corruption and you call yourselves religious. A joke go crawl back from where you came.

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