Swine Flu: Mexico's Latest Export to America?
By John W. Lillpop
Mexico continues to dump it's illiterate peasants on the US side of the border because this failed third world state cannot, or will not, provide food, shelter, education, and health care for its own citizens.
Rather than enacting needed reform to clean up the corruption and incompetence in this socialist-infested cesspool, elitists like Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon take the easy path, which means illegally shipping their problems north for American taxpayers to deal with.
It is bad enough that We the People, a nation of educated, sophisticated and prosperous people, have to share borders with a third world failure; it is nothing sort of a scandal that President Bush, and now President Obama, care, more about illegal aliens than they do about American citizens.
A Congress led by the likes of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid further weakens the prospects for American citizens to be represented in Washington D.C.
In the environment of political malfeasance that has overwhelmed Washington in recent years, Mexican exports to America have included Salmonella, drugs, and Tuberculosis.
Now it appears as though swine flu has been added to the list of undesirables entering our pristine nation from south of the border.
As reported, in part, at alertnet.org
"Seven people have been diagnosed with a new kind of swine flu in California and Texas, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Thursday.
"All seven people have recovered but the virus itself is a never-before-seen mixture of viruses typical among pigs, birds and humans, the CDC said.
"We are likely to find more cases," the CDC's Dr. Anne Schuchat told a telephone briefing. "We don't think this is time for major concern around the country."
"Only one of the seven cases was sick enough to be hospitalized and all have recovered, Schuchat said.
"CDC officials are unsure whether the cases are related to an unusually late and severe flu season in Mexico in which 20 people have died.
"Generally the period of infection ends during the last week of February and the first week of March, but this year there was an atypical situation where the transmission period was prolonged until April," Mexico's Ministry of Health said in a statement.
"Symptoms from those seriously ill in Mexico include high fever, headache, eye pain, shortness of breath and extreme fatigue with rapid progression of symptoms to severe respiratory distress in about five days," the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control said in a statement."
Is Swine flu the latest plague to invade America from Mexico?
If so, when will American politicians face reality and acknowledge that Mexico is a foreign enemy of the United States?
Posted by John W Lillpop at 9:55 PM