It’s All the Mexican’s Fault I rap on the door three times and hear the odious voice of my boss, Donald Trump answer, “Who is it?” I respond from the shelter I possess behind the door, “Karen Adelmann, sir.” He then utters, “Oh you, well come on in then.” I open the oval office door to see a revolting smile on his repugnant face. “Well isn’t it my favorite Jew. How are you today Karen? Have any good news for me?” It bothers me how he said “good” while staring at my chest. The old pervert. However I say, “Not exactly, Mr. President. I have a couple of concerns from members of our government board.” “Concerns you say? Like what?” he interrogates. I reply, “Well, this one comes from David Chancey and his staff. He’s wondering how you are planning …show more content…
Chancey is a Muppet. He’s always singing about how my economy is such a failure, but his lyrics are meaningless. I don’t have to fix a thing. It’s not my fault that the New York Stock Exchange lost half of the money previously invested in it.” “Then who’s to blame?” I ask him already knowing what his answer is going to be. “China,” he answers with abhorrence. I was right. However, I still ask with exasperation, “How necessarily is it China’s …show more content…
President.” “I’m glad that you came to your senses. What else?” “Well sir, Mexican citizens have knocked down your wall, again.” “What? Again? But this was my greatest wall. It was really great and made out of…” “Popsicle sticks?” Trump looks at me as if I’d just committed the federal crime of being a Mexican. “No, of course not. Females can be so narrow-minded. It was made out of great popsicle sticks! That wall cost me billions of dollars to build. How’d they manage to knock it down?” “Well sir, that isn’t the problem. How are you going to pay for the damages caused?” “I’m going to take away all of the Mexican’s drugs and sell them in America, of course.” “But sir,” I was appalled by his response, “that is illegal!” “No it isn’t; we do it already. I mean what do you think Takis, Doritos, and Lucas are? They’re drugs disguised as snacks! Americans love that crap. It’s the perfect method toward earning our money back for building an even greater Great Wall. However, this time the Great Wall will reach its maximum level of greatness from great
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This evening, the camp received a copy of the violent General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna’s speech to his soldiers, and it as absolutely nonsensical! He disrespected our proud Texans by claiming us all as killers and wretches! The half begotten, son of a leprous donkey doesn’t realize how he idiotically spoke of his country in such a guiltless and faultless tone. It had been they who abolished the federal system and supported a tyrannical ruling! He even had the nerve to call his country generous!
Most teens now face many difficulties, but through those challenges, they can find many important life lessons. The novel “Red Glass” is by Laura Resau, it is about a girl named Sophie who overcame many struggles throughout her journey. Sophie is insecure, but she’s mostly brave. She is a bit if a germaphobe to. All of these traits that Sophie has conquered led her to learn a big life lesson.
According to President James Polk, “Mexico had passed the boundary of the United States, has invaded our territory and shed American blood upon the American soil.” (Document B) Clearly, this document shows that an affair with the Mexicans inside the border of America caused Americans to become injured and killed. According to Jesus Velasco-Marquez, “Thus occupying the territory in dispute and increasing the possibilities of a confrontation… In the eyes of the [Mexican] government, the mobilization of the US army was an outright attack on Mexico…” (Document C)
Consequently, the U.S. blamed Mexico for attacking them when they were only defending their borders. President James Polk’s statement saying,” Mexico had passed the boundary of the United States, has invaded our territory and shed American blood upon the American soil”(Doc B) and the quote by Jesus Velasco-Marquez,“In the eyes of the Mexican government, the mobilization of the US army was an outright attack on Mexico,” (Doc C) show how the United States and Mexico had different views on where the border was. Overall, it was unjust for the United States to blame Mexico for going on their land when there was no clear
On the twenty-fourth of April, sixty-three men and officers, were dispatched from the American camp up the Rio del Norte, on its North bank, to ascertain whether Mexican troops had crossed, or were preparing to cross the river. They became engaged with the large body of these Mexicans troops, and, after a short affair, in which sixteen American soldiers were killed or wounded, appear to have been surrounded and compelled to surrender. America tried to every effort to reconcile,but Mexico had barged into our territory without an invite and killed American soldiers on American soil. ( Doc B) One quote stated, “nations have undertaken… hostile and interference against us. ( Doc A)
The Mexican-American War marked an enormous symbolic impact for both nations which changed people’s lives. There’s many similarities and differences between these two countries, the combat that began during 1846 between Mexicans and Americans has brought catastrophe and teared many families apart. The war commenced because Mexico claimed the Nueces River and its northeastern boarder while Americans demanded the Rio Grande River. Overall they had problems with land property, Mexico started the battle first and launch fire on April 25, 1846. This is when all the problems and fight’s begin and how Mexican’s and American’s became great enemies that can’t stand each other.
Illegal immigrants evidently have had the ability to leach off of the American government, due to Obamacare. Illegal immigration is without a doubt one of the most attention needing problems the United States faces. The adversity devised from the jobs that illegal immigrants have apprehended from US citizens is formidable. President Trump has promised that he will reform the immigration laws and following his presidential campaign promise, building a large wall that separates Mexico and The United States. Building the wall reassures the population that we are indeed safe, we are a powerful country and there is no free ride in the land of hope and possibility.
Those who live among poverty and violence look to America and see a wonderful country filled with opportunity. However, in recent months, America has become a laughingstock, a joke. Donald Trump, as well as many conservative Republicans would like to would like to build a wall separating America from Mexico, limit a woman’s choices, and deny current citizens basic psychological and physical assistance. We should work towards building human connections, not walls. Our future president will have the power to implement an immigration policy and make decisions that will effect the immigrants who currently reside within our borders.