Fix Border Policy, Mexican Leader Tells U.S. Congress
"I'm convinced that a comprehensive immigration reform is also crucial to securing our common border," he said. "However, I strongly disagree with the recently adopted law in Arizona."
He said the law could lead to racial profiling by police who would have the authority to detain people suspected of being in the U.S. illegally.
Since our laws are essentially the same, how do they avoid this? The answer is that they make everybody show their papers at check points scattered throughout a 25 mile buffer along their southern border. No profiling, everybody has to show their papers. Just like Nazi Germany.
Calderon says he's worried about the flow of guns from the U.S. to Mexico — and he told lawmakers the violence started to increase in his country soon after an assault-rifle ban expired in the U.S. in 2004.ummm..... How about we send our military to seal the border like they do? That would solve all sorts of problems for all sorts of people. No guns getting into Mexico, no illegal immigrant getting into the US, and no foreign governments changing the constitutional rights of American citizens. Win. Win. Win.
See, this stuff isn't do hard.