Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Mexico to lobby for immigration amnesty across the U.S.

Don't be surprised if you hear that Mexico has scheduled a lobbying session with your local Chamber of Commerce. Mexico is about to launch an aggressive official lobbying effort in the U.S. seeking passage of immigration amnesty, according to the country's new ambassador.

Mexican consulates across the nation will seek out and talk with state and federal lawmakers, as well as business chambers, civic organizations and 'all actors of U.S. society', the ambassador said.

President Bush supports amnesty for illegal immigrants from Mexican, but the U.S. House of Representatives has so far prevented passage of such legislation. Bush's proposal failed to win support from the House of Representatives in 2006.

During his six-year term, Former Mexican President Vicente Fox failed to get the U.S. to grant amnesty to illegals.


  1. is there a way to protest or stop this from happening ?

  2. ha, for anonamous will you take of from your job to march? I didn,t think so.But the hispanics do. just trying to get a spot in this world.I will be there with them.I,m A proud american to say these peaple are no harm.hitler and bush are a harm.what would jesus do?and for those haters I can,t wait for you to see the maker.who are you to judge.lets live our lives .Life is to short.


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