Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Quadriplegic Illegal Alien Sent Back To Mexico from Oak Lawn IL

Oak Lawn, IL - An illegal immigrant from Mexico has been taken from Advocate Christ Medical Center, 4440 West 95th Street in Oak Lawn, a southwestern suburb of Chicago, and sent back to his hometown. Quelino Ojeda Jimenez was flown back to the town in which he was born in southern Mexico. Some folks are upset that he was sent back "against his will." While we sympathize with his medical condition, we cannot sympathize with a law breaker when the law comes back to deal with his transgressions. The L.A. Times has this: For almost four months, doctors and nurses at Advocate Christ Medical Center cared for the young Mexican laborer who had fallen from a roof and lost the ability to speak, breathe or move most parts of his body. But Quelino Ojeda Jimenez was in the U.S. illegally, and just before Christmas he was taken from the Oak Lawn hospital, loaded on an air ambulance and flown to Oaxaca, capital of the Mexican state where he was born. Full Story... The L.A. Times story goes on to say that his "abrupt departure, which Ojeda says was undertaken without his consent," has some Mexicans in Chicago upset. Perhaps those Mexicans should be more about upset about other things, such as the fact that Mexico is a corrupt nation of profound poverty, at war with itself and with little opportunity that treats many of its own people like dogs, which is what caused Ojeda Jimenez had to violate U.S. immigration laws. Perhaps the Mexicans in Chicago who are upset about his "abrupt departure" might consider that his abrupt illegal crossing of our border had something to do with his present medical state. Mr. Ojeda Jimenez was, after all, trespassing on U.S. soil without consent. Finally, it should also be remembered that Mexico treats those who cross its own borders illegally with brutality. RELATED: Mexico's crappy health care system mexicomapxl.com/health-care Mexico's War on Civil Rights L.A. Times Let's Try Mexico's Immigration Law Here in the USA CNB