This is a terrible rage comic. Let's review the essential points:
Firstly, I am pressed trying to think of where someone could possibly come up with the perception that Mexican immigrants complain about living in the U.S. or idolize Mexico beyond basic connection to their ancestral homes as demonstrated in the extreme levels the comic. The only plausible event I can think of is of immigrants deflecting attacks from those bigoted enough to accuse them of hurting the U.S. by taking high-labor, low-reward jobs that no one else will take in this country. I have not once in all my life met or heard of a Mexican immigrant who lives in the U.S. who stomped on U.S. patriotism by claiming that Mexico was better place to live (which the comic flaunts and implies as being commonplace). Never. If Mexico was in a better economic or social state, said immigrants would go home--but it's not, clearly, or they WOULD go home. Instead, they deal with harsh, long-hour jobs as an alternative, which kind of rains on any kind of joke that was here. And to try and call Mexicans racist towards Americans? Priceless, but still stupid as shit; everyone, even the bigots, know that this is laughable and incomparable to the racism they face. This was topped off with lovely patronization of Mexican issues plaguing the country and the quote "don't forget the girls, bro!" out of absolute nowhere that is immediately dropped from the comic and is surprisingly spoken from the protagonist. All of this should lead us to believe that the creator of the comic suffers from being completely, agonizingly ignorant about matters outside his local playground (beyond what he or she sees on TV).
Also, the execution is terrible. The first panel does nothing to add absolutely anything the comic is trying to portray besides making the protagonists look like grade-A dickbags accustomed to being their dickbag selves on July Fourth, and there is no punch line to speak of. I suppose that joke (?) about immigrants "not getting it" was the pay-off, but it is so devoid of any subtlety to make the stupid joke work that even the fact that it was an awful joke in the first place is overshadowed by how horribly it was given. I mean, what is that joke, anyway? Am I supposed to relate to this as if it were something that happens often? I can't do that, because this never happens at all. Wow, haha, they just don't get it! Happens all the time, right? No, that's stupid, this never happens, where the hell did that come from? Out of the creator's ass, of course, like everything else. What is even the point of making this with rage faces? They add nothing to the non-existent jokes that the author hopes are there, there are no rage-associated memes, and the rage faces aren't even used correctly. It's almost like the creator used the comic format as a vehicle to spread his underdeveloped ideas and it came out completely stupid in every way possible. Oh, wait, that DID happen here. Dreadful comic, even if I were to buy into the message shoved down my throat within it.
Thumbs down. Boom