ToDaZeD srsly?

Logyc does not translate?

A Mexican congressman went to great lengths — and heights — Wednesday to illustrate why he believes that President Trump’s controversial U.S.-Mexico border wall is “unnecessary” and “totally absurd.”

So a congressman from one country is workin’ real hard to demonstrate his outrage that another country will not allow the congressman’s own constituents flee his country [because suxor] into that other country?

While in his country the Law will not allow non-citizens to own property.

“I was able to scale it, climb it, and sit myself right here,” [Mexican Congressman Braulio] Guerra said in the video. “It would be simple for me to jump into the United States, which shows that it is unnecessary and totally absurd to build a wall.”

…”It’s easy [to climb the fence as it currently is], and it shows how unnecessary this project, this political rhetoric from Donald Trump, is.”

Au contraire, mi congresista: I think you just made his point.

I see that you, mi congresista, are not letting people from other countries randomly take up residence in your country:

To apply for and be granted a permanent resident visa, the applicants must:

-have certain close family connections in Mexico, or
-apply for retirement status and prove they have sufficient monthly income (or substantial assets) to support themselves, or
-have 4 consecutive years of regular status as Temporary Resident, or
-have 2 consecutive years of regular status as Temporary Resident where that the Temporary Visa was issued through marriage to a Mexican National or a foreign permanent resident, or
-meet a minimum score under the Points System*, or
-be granted residency on humanitarian grounds or through political asylum.

*Details of the points system have yet to be announced by the government (February 2017)

I suggest the “political asylum” route for the Hollywood Ignoratti who wish to flee Teh T-rump.


  1. mech
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 8:46 am |


  2. DougM (easily entertained)
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 9:22 am |

    ^ Qualification round of the Paintball League Open.

    Señor Guerra, with all due respect, I’ll bet some Mongol tribal chief said the same thing.
    You protect your southern border, and we’ll protect our’n.
    Now, go climb a commie border fence and see what happens.

  3. DougM (easily entertained)
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 10:15 am |

    I don’t think the congresshombre has everyone’s support back home.

  4. DougM (easily entertained)
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 10:21 am |

    on the Bulgarian border
    and the end of the Mexican border.

  5. Chris In NC
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 11:42 am |

    Simple solution, run a few amps at 40k volts through it. Add a couple automated gun turrets every 50 feet and problem solved.

  6. Jess
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 12:04 pm |

    The solution is simple, but messy. Buzzards would probably be pleased.

  7. DougM (easily entertained)
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 12:45 pm |

    Chris ^^
    Y’mean something like, oh, sayyy… this?

  8. TN Volunteer
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 3:41 pm |

    ….nice fat target!

  9. Wyguy
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 7:16 pm |

    A simple immigration policy would be to simply use the immigrant’s home policy.

  10. OldFert
    Posted March 3, 2017 at 7:43 pm |

    I’m pretty sure that if he was on the wall/fence, he was already in the US. In many/most place we have a bit of a buffer on the far side that’s still US before you get to actual Mexico.

    @Wyguy ^ Reciprocity. Should be a major consideration. We can’t buy land there, they can’t buy land here. They tax our stuff coming in, we tax their stuff coming in. Of course we don’t need full reciprocity, especially if it’s not in our interest. But it’s a good starting point.

  11. rickn8or
    Posted March 4, 2017 at 9:14 am |

    You’re right congressman; our wall has some defects in design.

    Can we borrow the blueprints of the one on your southern border?

  12. JimB
    Posted March 5, 2017 at 9:14 am |

    If the wall is actually on US land I suggest anti-personnel mines