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Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
i notice a lot of countries that we have helped seem to not like us. Others, who have struggeld on their own, respect us more. RThey probably see us as equals to them. I think maybe there is a lesson in there, somewhere.
Originally posted by EastCoastKid
I get the impression the Bush administration doesn't give a rats behind about Mexican policy. It should. If we could persuade Fox to do the right thing for his country, it would help us. They're too fixated on the mideast to even bother looking south. It's terrible.
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The best way, in the long run, to reduce the pressures that create illegal immigration in the first place is to expand economic opportunity among the countries in our neighborhood. In a few days I will go to Mexico for the Special Summit of the Americas, where we will discuss ways to advance free trade, and to fight corruption, and encourage the reforms that lead to prosperity. Real growth and real hope in the nations of our hemisphere will lessen the flow of new immigrants to America when more citizens of other countries are able to achieve their dreams at their own home.link