Mexico Tells U.S. To Stop Harassing Illegals

Funny story written by Andrew Lawrence

Saturday, 17 November 2007

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In a stunning display of diplomatic chutzpah, Mexican president, Felipe Calderon, told the U.S. to stop harassing and demeaning Mexicans who illegally cross the border into the U.S.

Radio and TV pundit, Bill O'Really, immediately responded, "Who does he think he is? His people come here - illegally - by the millions, litter our deserts with empty water jugs and dead bodies, don't speak English, lower our standard of living, bring diseases we haven't seen here in 100 years, don't follow our laws, suck up tens of billions of taxpayer dollars for free health care and free education, and Mexico wants us to stop being upset about it??? This guy is a pinhead!"

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Open Borders/Open Legs, issued a statement apologizing for the mistreatment of Mexican illegals.

The statement said, "OMG, Mexico is right. We must treat illegal immigrants better. We agree that illegals in America should have more rights than legal taxpaying U.S. citizens. We should appreciate Mexican illegals for not being educated, not speaking English and not being documented. They are disadvantaged and therefore should be given even more free stuff, perhaps a free car or a free house. We should stop offending illegal immigrants and start being nicer. We apologize to Mexican president Calderon and to the millions of Mexicans who cross the border illegally into the U.S. without regard to our nation's sovereignty or our laws. American citizens have no right to complain about the one-sided relationship with Mexico. Instead, we should thank Mexico ... and bend over even further."

copyright 2007 Andrew Lawrence

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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