Here is the complete Superbowl ad that crashed the website of 84 Lumber — the largest family-owned building supply outfit in America — on Sunday night as viewers sought to view it in full. The story of a Mexican immigrant and her daughter, it is beautifully made, courageous, and poignant. But its speech was a little too free for the advertising censors at Fox
Television, which forced them to air a cut version.
#EndorseThis: The Censored Superbowl Ad That Went Superviral
Feb 7, '17
Quote from Markperry
I don't find Mexico to be a poor country, It is a world class compared to some of the countries south of Mexico and other parts of the world.
Some truth. Mexico is not a third world country. They have the 15th largest GNP in the world. They are America's third largest trading partner (4th if you count the EU as one entity). The Mexican economy did very well during the Obama years. So good in fact, many illegals were returning for work. There was actually a net loss of Mexicans leaving verses coming in. Which makes the anti-immigration rhetoric all the more baffling.
Of course Trump wants to undo some of the trade agreements that have helped Mexico because of a 58 billion dollar deficit, but they do spend nearly 1/4 trillion on American goods. Who wants to destroy who?
Last edit by Tweety on Feb 7, '17