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Thursday, March 17, 2005

Fox Says Walls Along Border Must Be Razed

U.S. Efforts Seen as 'Against Freedom'

By Kevin Sullivan
The Washington Post

Mexico City - President Vicente Fox said Wednesday that walls along the U.S.-Mexico border, such as one approved last month by the U.S. House of Representatives, "must be demolished" because they are "discriminatory" and "against freedom."

"No country that is proud of itself should build walls . . . it doesn't make any sense," Fox said at a news conference ahead of next week's meeting in Crawford, Tex., with President Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin. Border security and immigration will be main topics of the leaders' discussion, along with trade and commerce.

Fox did not specifically mention last month's House vote to waive environmental regulations and allow completion of a fence, known in Mexico as the "Tortilla Wall," along the border south of San Diego. But asked about the fence, Fox said, "We are convinced that walls don't work."

Fox said he was encouraged by Bush's proposal to create a significant guest worker program, which would allow Mexicans to work legally in the United States for several years before returning home. That proposal is expected to be debated soon in Congress, where it faces opposition from legislators who favor greater emphasis on border security in the age of terrorism.
What is there to say in reaction to this? Vicente Fox is a dumb son of a bitch. It's against freedom to protect ourselves from illegal invaders? WE KNOW FOR A FACT AL QUEDA WANTS TO SMUGGLE NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACROSS THE MEXICAN BORDER. WHY ON EARTH SHOULD WE IGNORE SUCH INFORMATION AND HAVE AN OPEN BORDER POLICY? There's no reasoning with an idiot like Fox. He refuses to even call them "illegals", he insists on calling them "migrants". This whole situation is getting out of control, and Bush isn't doing much to help. Our Federal government is failing to protect our borders on a wide level, and if there's another 9/11 caused by our weak borders, Bush WILL be to blame.


 
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Thursday, March 17, 2005

Fox Says Walls Along Border Must Be Razed

U.S. Efforts Seen as 'Against Freedom'

By Kevin Sullivan
The Washington Post

Mexico City - President Vicente Fox said Wednesday that walls along the U.S.-Mexico border, such as one approved last month by the U.S. House of Representatives, "must be demolished" because they are "discriminatory" and "against freedom."

"No country that is proud of itself should build walls . . . it doesn't make any sense," Fox said at a news conference ahead of next week's meeting in Crawford, Tex., with President Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin. Border security and immigration will be main topics of the leaders' discussion, along with trade and commerce.

Fox did not specifically mention last month's House vote to waive environmental regulations and allow completion of a fence, known in Mexico as the "Tortilla Wall," along the border south of San Diego. But asked about the fence, Fox said, "We are convinced that walls don't work."

Fox said he was encouraged by Bush's proposal to create a significant guest worker program, which would allow Mexicans to work legally in the United States for several years before returning home. That proposal is expected to be debated soon in Congress, where it faces opposition from legislators who favor greater emphasis on border security in the age of terrorism.
What is there to say in reaction to this? Vicente Fox is a dumb son of a bitch. It's against freedom to protect ourselves from illegal invaders? WE KNOW FOR A FACT AL QUEDA WANTS TO SMUGGLE NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACROSS THE MEXICAN BORDER. WHY ON EARTH SHOULD WE IGNORE SUCH INFORMATION AND HAVE AN OPEN BORDER POLICY? There's no reasoning with an idiot like Fox. He refuses to even call them "illegals", he insists on calling them "migrants". This whole situation is getting out of control, and Bush isn't doing much to help. Our Federal government is failing to protect our borders on a wide level, and if there's another 9/11 caused by our weak borders, Bush WILL be to blame.