How come Mexico does not create a stimulus bailout package to create jobs in Mex so illegals want need to?

How come Mexico does not create a stimulus bailout package to create jobs in Mexico, so illegals will not need come here and illegals here can return home.Surely Mexico can afford a 300 billion stimulus bailout package,No ?

Asked By: M.Y.O.B. - 2/10/2009
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well to be honest I agree with one answer here, the fact that if it was possible all the money would be dispersed between the DRUG LORDS and the CORRUPT government that is there. And since all the corruption is being shared also with high officials like the chiefs of police,generals of their armies,and the list goes... More
Answered By: al b sure - 2/10/2009
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becuase it would be less money they can steal from the country
Answered By: jamie - 2/10/2009
Mexico's government does not have that kind of money needed to accomplish anything close to that. Besides, if they did, corruption and greed of some officials would prevent a bailout from occurring.
Answered By: Greg N - 2/10/2009
There are jobs. All they need to do is go to Baja Sur.
Answered By: amazin'g - 2/10/2009
why should they when they can send them to the U.S. and let the american tax payers support them. the ones that do work send most of the money they make back to mexico instead of putting it back into the american economy
Answered By: JoeBob - 2/10/2009
I don't think they're that bright. Plus Pesos aren't worth squat. Also, they just come over here and steal our money anyway.
Answered By: mizzhollywood26 - 2/10/2009
Because then the Mexican govt would have to invest in its own, as opposed to letting the US take care of the problem for them... More
Answered By: Dirty Martini - 2/10/2009
there is a real possibility that the mexican government could fall very soon. the drug lords run the country. cocaine is the stimulus there.
Answered By: ozman641 - 2/10/2009
Because it won't work... More
Answered By: raclipxeedlicifidse - 2/11/2009
Mexico already has done that job... More
Answered By: Dorian G. Vazquez - 2/12/2009
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