Mexico does what they do best, complain — or bitch in layman’s terms. Let’s see, besides wanting a third of our country, they continually harbor inflammatory sentiments that really tick me off.
Mexico replaces top US diplomats, citing hostile climate
April 6, 2016 | AOL
“We have been warning that our citizens have begun to feel a more hostile climate,” Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu told local radio after the announcement.
“This (anti-Mexican) rhetoric has made it clear that we have to act in a different way so that this tendency being generated doesn’t damage the bilateral relationship,” she added.
No wonder people champion building a wall or, gasp, enforcing the law and borders. If Mexico officials were really listening, which we have to assume they are, then you’d think they’d be willing to consider what they can do for us since we do so much for them?
But they do and say this stuff just to intentionally frustrate Americans’ efforts. Is it any wonder Americans are fed up? “Bilateral relationship”… is that a good joke?
Then Obama recently said he consistently hears complaints from people around the world about rhetoric etc. Maybe, if he were listening, he’d hear all the reasons they question us or distrust our actions. Nah, he’s busy blaming the Republicans that have not been in charge of administration policy. Call me sick and tired of this horse manure.
Is Obama listening when terrorism goes epidemic, or when refugees create a hostile atmosphere across Europe? Or when our citizens are attacked by illegal immigrants — “just here to work for a better life?” Who only knows what all the voices in Obama’s head are telling him? Maybe Obama ought to consider listening to the people in our own country fed up with abusive power, corruption, tone deafness and his third-world leadership? (not to mention running and spending this country into the ground)
Sorry for the little rant. Yeah, Mexico, stick it in your ear since you’re such a great example of integrity. This is precisely what
calls for no demands a person like Trump to call a spade a spade. The more public the better, the harder the better. If Mexico is trying to convince us of the necessity of a wall, or border control and enforcement, then they are doing a great job.
Speaking of voices Obama is listening to:
Now the Trump critique is coming with increasing frequency and ease. Asked Tuesday whether Trump’s proposals were already damaging U.S. relations, Obama answered unequivocally: “Yes.”
“I am getting questions constantly from foreign leaders about some of the wackier suggestions that are being made,” Obama said. “They don’t expect half-baked notions coming out of the White House. We can’t afford that.”
The Democratic National Committee quickly circulated video of Obama’s remarks, arguing they illustrated how Trump “simply doesn’t have the temperament necessary to be commander in chief.”
Seems Mexico is worried about what it characterizes as attacks on Mexico when America has actually been under attack by Mexico for years.
Earlier Obama had called Trump’s plan for Mexico to pay for the wall and other proposals on border plans half-baked.
“People expect the President of the United States and the elected officials in this country to treat these problems seriously, to put forward policies that have been examined, analyzed are effective, where unintended consequences are taken into account. They don’t expect half-baked notions coming out of the White House. We can’t afford that,” Obama said in his press conference.
Since “half-baked” is the subject, I imagine all the ways that applies to Obama. How about the failed Libya policy, the ‘failed state’ result, or meddling in Egypt and alliance with Muslim Brotherhood? Or how about that red line in Syria, or calling ISIS a JV team? Or refusing to attack ISIS oil lines financing the Caliphate, or maybe refusing to call ISIS and terrorists Islamic terrorism, or the denial that they are Islamic? Or maybe the dissing of France after the terrorist attacks? No shortage on half-baked irresponsibility there.
Talk about pushing “policies…examined, analyzed [as] effective, where unintended consequences are taken into account,” really?
How about calling Climate Change the greater threat to world and national security? Going for the trifecta, pushing a video cause for the attack of terrorism in Libya. Like labeling the Fort Hood Islamic terrorism attack as “workplace violence.” Like executive amnesty in the face of an invasion. Calling the problems on our borders a perception problem. Or like saying there is not a smidgen of corruption in the IRS.
Half-baked assertions or… fully cooked up lies? But there is a whole bowl full of consequences — some would argue about how unintentional they really are.