Mexico's new president vows big changes

Enrique Pea Nieto returned his once autocratic political party to power on Saturday and became the new president of Mexico, saying is was time for his country to assume its rightful and more elevated place in the world. Full Story
ima

El Paso, TX

#1 Dec 1, 2012
appointed and supported by cartels, no doubt. Will he expect the US to take the burden off his shoulders regarding his citizens' illegal entries to our country and expect us to fully support them while illegally here?. Will he be REWRITING OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS and hand them over to the dictator in the WH for approval? Calderon wanted to change our laws complaining about mistreatment of HIS ILLEGAL PEOPLE HERE! yet he didn't want them back, or he would've offered them a better and improved life back in their abandoned Mexico.
Sirius

Querétaro, Mexico

#2 Dec 2, 2012
ima wrote:
appointed and supported by cartels, no doubt. Will he expect the US to take the burden off his shoulders regarding his citizens' illegal entries to our country and expect us to fully support them while illegally here?. Will he be REWRITING OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS and hand them over to the dictator in the WH for approval? Calderon wanted to change our laws complaining about mistreatment of HIS ILLEGAL PEOPLE HERE! yet he didn't want them back, or he would've offered them a better and improved life back in their abandoned Mexico.
Fox and Calderon belonged to a party funded by the Nazis in the 1930s to opose leftist policies in Mexico. Later, it was a "middle class" party, which means that it represented profound conservatism and ignorance and a warped vision of the role of Mexico as an independent nation.

In fact, Fox wanted to make Mexico an appendix of the USA.

Fortunately, as your comment reflect, it generated a backlash and a lot of anti-mexican feelings in the USA which impossibilitated much of the agenda of this traitors to Mexico.

It is still very early to say what EPN would make out of the relation with the USA. Mexicans like me want "More world in Mexico and more Mexico in the World", but the World is not just the USA.

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ima

El Paso, TX

#3 Dec 2, 2012
Sirius wrote:
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Fox and Calderon belonged to a party funded by the Nazis in the 1930s to opose leftist policies in Mexico. Later, it was a "middle class" party, which means that it represented profound conservatism and ignorance and a warped vision of the role of Mexico as an independent nation.
In fact, Fox wanted to make Mexico an appendix of the USA.
Fortunately, as your comment reflect, it generated a backlash and a lot of anti-mexican feelings in the USA which impossibilitated much of the agenda of this traitors to Mexico.
It is still very early to say what EPN would make out of the relation with the USA. Mexicans like me want "More world in Mexico and more Mexico in the World", but the World is not just the USA.
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interesting perspective from a Mexican citizen living in Mexico.

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