Friday, March 31, 2006
Vicente Fox Says Ten Years From Now US Will Beg for Mexican Workers
Hell, if the nutwings in the House of Congress have their way, they'll be begging a lot sooner. But be that as it may, Mexican President Vicente Fox met with Pres. George Bush today to talk-up the immigration problem.
Meaning, the fact that corporate America likes cheap labor but doesn't like the bad P/R.
NewsMax, that beacon of hope for nutwings reports Fox reaffirmed earlier comments made a few weeks ago that Yankees should be careful with what they wish for.
"I dare say that in 10 years, the U.S. will be begging, will be pleading with Mexico to send it workers," said Fox, who meets with President Bush in Cancun today to discuss what he calls the "migration" problem.And indeed, Fox has a warning for the Tandredos and Matthews and Dobsons of the world.
Yes, all this mumbo-jumbo about illegal aliens of late is just a red herring to try to get Whitey to vote for Republicans.
"Let's put it this way," he told MSNBC's Rita Cosby. "[The] U.S. economy will need additional labor than what they have, because population growth in United States is not growing."
Fox said he foresaw the day when his country's excess labor pool would dry up.
"Mexico will level off it's population by year 2030," he explained. "Mexico will never pass 130 - 135 million people and then it will level-off so we won't have that kind of energy that youth, but more so, we will need them here in Mexico to sustain our
retirement, pension families which will be many."