Do people who advocate the return of the American southwest to Mexico also advocate repayment of . . .?

the purchase price? A total of $21.5 million in cash and assumed liabilities was paid, which would be about $540 million in 2010 dollars. Plus 162 years' of compound interest (even at very low rates) and payment for the improvements to the land would all add up to a fantastically large sum. Could mexico... show more the purchase price? A total of $21.5 million in cash and assumed liabilities was paid, which would be about $540 million in 2010 dollars. Plus 162 years' of compound interest (even at very low rates) and payment for the improvements to the land would all add up to a fantastically large sum. Could mexico afford this amount?

And if that land is given back, should the 13 colonies, which Britain was NOT paid for - be returned as well? Why or why not?
Update 2: Even at only 5% interest, the cost would be about $7 trillion dollars - again, not taking into account the cost of the improvements to the land, which were undertaken pursuant to a valid treaty.
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