Monday, May 23, 2011

President Calderón to Obama: "Go back to 1845 borders"

Mexico City, May 23, 2011. Echoing President Barack Hussein Obama's advice to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Mexican President Felipe de Jesús Calderón Hinojosa is suggesting that the USA should return to their 1845 borders.

"The only fair way for the USA and Mexico to settle their border dispute is for the USA to return to their 1845 borders," President Calderón told us.

"That way, we could create a Mexican homeland for the 16 Million Mexican refugees currently living on Mexican land claimed by the USA since the Mexican-Ameican war of 1846-1848."

President Calderón continued, "All it would take is for the USA to cede four states... California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas... to return to Mexico where they properly belong."

"This would be a land swap for peace, just like what you proposed to Israel. We will let you keep Nevada and Oklahoma. So everyone will get something."

President Barack Hussein Obama, D-Kenya, was initially cool to the idea, but said he would take it under consideration. His teleprompter had no opinion on the matter, and failed to offer him any guidance.


  1. I can perfectly understand why the Israelis resent Obama's suggestion to go back to pre 1967 borders. Were the United States to change its borders to pre 1845, that would have my family and I living in Mexico! Just as the Israelis don't want to co-mingle with Hamas, they Syrians, Egyptians or the PLO, we'd sure as hell resent having to live with the various Mexican drug cartels. I'm sure the Israelis feel as we do in South Texas,as it is, they're too close for comfort!


  2. Better yet, all immigrants need to go through the door Boarder Crossing), provided for them. Entrance by any other means we should shoot on sight.

    If someone comes to my house and gain permission to enter, they are welcome. By the same token, if someone comes into my house without permission. I have a right to shoot to kill.

  3. You bastard, mexican president racist.