Mexican's Increased Suspicion of USA Over Immigration Laws

-By Warner Todd Huston

According to the Christian Science Monitor Mexicans might be becoming “reticent about taking that midnight train to Georgia” and emigrating to America whether illegally or not. All this because of new, more stringent immigration laws being enacted in the various states, Georgia being only the latest example.

The bill, which Gov. Nathan Deal (R) is expected to sign, is the latest in a wave of immigration reform legislation that is sweeping the US and souring Mexican opinion of America. Prior to the enactment of the Arizona’s controversial SB 1070 one year ago, 62 percent of Mexicans had a positive opinion of the US, compared with 44 percent after the law passed, according to the Pew Research Center.

The Monitor has several examples of Mexicans changing plans and deciding to stay in Mexico. To this all I can say is… it’s about time…

Read the rest at RightPundits.com.

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