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[–] Gringojones 10 points -10 points (+0|-10) ago 

Has the Mexican government declared them criminals? If so, when does breaking a Mexican law equate to being a criminal in the US?

Until they actually make the attempt to cross out border illegally, they are not criminals here.

Use proper definitions or have the same credibility as the leftist media.


[–] Kregan 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

You are arguing semantics at this point and you really shouldn't be. The point is they are trying to enter a country illegally. Whether is the US, Canada, Mexico or Liberia it's illegal and should not be tolerated by anyone including yourself.


[–] Gringojones 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago 

Perhaps I should allow you to use the tactics of the left. Carry on.


[–] BigMatteson 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

If Mexico is not stopping them, they are allowing them. That makes Mexico culpable in housing a foreign army intent on invading the US. Breaking Mexico's border laws lets me know just how serious they are about invading my country illegally. Cry about semantics all you want but they are a criminal foreign army intent on invading.


[–] Gringojones 5 points -5 points (+0|-5) ago 

That should look good on your resume for CNN.


[–] YugeDick 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

So if a rapist goes to another country he hasn't yet raped in, does that make him no longer a rapist?


[–] Octoclops 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Has the Mexican government declared them criminals

This is not how laws work. In the U.S. or Mexico. The Mexican government has no obligation to declare every individual criminal to be one. They're in Mexico illegally and whether or not people in the Mexican government decide to enforce the law, they still broke it. They are criminals and you are a retard.


[–] Gringojones 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Lol. The government is the decider of law and no one is a criminal until charged with a crime. Try again.