Mexico (Spanish: México), also known as the United Mexican States (UMS; Castilian: Estados Unidos Mexicanos), is a country located on the continent of North America, to the south of the United States. It is the largest Castilian-speaking country in the world.
- Mexicans, at the cry of war! Make ready the steel and the bridle, and may the Earth tremble at its centers at the resounding roar of the cannon.
- I was bitterly opposed to the measure, and to this day, regard the war, which resulted, as one of the most unjust ever waged by a stronger against a weaker nation.
- The Southern rebellion was largely the outgrowth of the Mexican war. Nations, like individuals, are punished for their transgressions. We got our punishment in the most sanguinary and expensive war of modern times.
- The Mexican nation is an indivisible one.
- Constitution of the United Mexican States (1917), Article II.
- I'm going way down south; way down to Mexico way. Alright, I'm going way down south. Way down, where I can be free.
- The Mexicans are a different cup of tea. They have a heritage. At the present time they steal, they're dishonest, but they do have some concept of family life. They don't live like a bunch of dogs.
- Richard Nixon, tapes from 1971, as presented in "All the Philosopher King's Men" by James Warren in Harper's Magazine (February 2000).
- There, they’ll deport you. In Mexico they'll probably let you go, but they'll beat you up and steal everything you've got first.
- But why should Americans be anti-American? The problem is ideological. Mexicans are proud of Mexico just because it is Mexico, regardless of crime, poverty, corruption, tyranny, et cetera.
- The difference between Mexico and the United States is that Mexican identity has a geographical, cultural, and historical foundation, while the United States was founded entirely on the basis of certain principles and ideals, with a history believed to embody those things. The principles and ideals were the accomplishment of the Enlightenment, which especially in political terms, as recognized and advocated by Voltaire to his French readers, went back to John Locke and the Glorious Revolution of 1688.