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Mexico concerned about U.S. bid to beef up border security

There are 40 comments on the Reuters story from Jun 25, 2013, titled Mexico concerned about U.S. bid to beef up border security. In it, Reuters reports that:

U.S. Border Patrol surveys the border fence near rancher John Ladd's property adjacent to the Arizona-Mexico border near Naco, Arizona, March 29, 2013.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Jun 25, 2013
ha! we all know mexico is against anything that will slow the movement of their unwanted peoples and drugs,we are their cash cow.

time to think of the citizens of the USA and tell all others we are broke we can no longer except or afford any more people from outside the country.

and with any luck we we start sending all illegal aliens and un needed legal immigrants home and stop the flow .

“The "entitled" =communist.”

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#2 Jun 25, 2013
Who cares what Mexicans think.

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#3 Jun 25, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
Who cares what Mexicans think.
seems the gang of 8 and all those who support 744,they sure don't care what citizens think or they would not be trying to finish us off.

“The "entitled" =communist.”

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#4 Jun 25, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
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seems the gang of 8 and all those who support 744,they sure don't care what citizens think or they would not be trying to finish us off.
Sooner or later you and others will have to realize that we are on are own, We will know when the time is right, and we know what to do.

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#5 Jun 26, 2013
Jack from Bedias wrote:
<quoted text>Sooner or later you and others will have to realize that we are on are own, We will know when the time is right, and we know what to do.
thing is a lot of us know what to do and do not like it.
Magadala

Gig Harbor, WA

#6 Jun 26, 2013
"We're convinced that fences do not unite, fences are not the solution to the migration phenomenon and are not in line with a modern, safe border."

I invite the mex government to show us how it is done on their southern border. Afterall, aren't they saying that mex illegal immigration is down and it is those s. Americans who are coming. WEllll, mex, if you show us how it's done in modern times, we wouldn't have them here...right?!!!
Hypocrites!!! They don't want anything to stop the remittances. WITH THE BILLIONS IN TAX FAUD THAT ITIN# FILERS MAKE, WE SHOULD START TAXING REMITTANCES!!!! MEXICO WOULD DO IT! THIS WOULD ALSO HELP BALANCE THE BUDGET IMMEDIATELY RATHER THAN OVER YEARS AS THEY SAY ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION WOULD BENEFIT...TAXING REMITTANCES WOULD HAVE AN IMMEDIATE BENEFIT TO AMERICA!!!!
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#7 Jun 26, 2013
Let's face it, the U. S. needs Mexico and the undocumented workers. Americans will not work on farms in the hot sun all day, Americans will not roof houses in the hot sun. The American business man needs our skills and labor.
racer42

Oakland, CA

#8 Jun 26, 2013
Juan wrote:
Let's face it, the U. S. needs Mexico and the undocumented workers. Americans will not work on farms in the hot sun all day, Americans will not roof houses in the hot sun. The American business man needs our skills and labor.
No, the American businessman needs you because your so stupid and ignorant that your will to do that for starvation wages and all sorts of ill treatment.
Justin

United States

#9 Jun 26, 2013
Juan wrote:
Let's face it, the U. S. needs Mexico and the undocumented workers. Americans will not work on farms in the hot sun all day, Americans will not roof houses in the hot sun. The American business man needs our skills and labor.
America needs to get 11 million citizens off unemployment and back in the work force more than we need 11 million undocumented immigrants.

An American WILL roof houses in the hot sun... if you cut off their extended unemployment checks.

Why do you think Mexicans are so motivated to work? It's because they have mouths to feed and no big brother financial support back home.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#10 Jun 26, 2013
I thought the Mexican government was so worried about guns being smuggled into their country yet they don't want better border security.
Dequin

Hadmersleben, Germany

#11 Jun 26, 2013
`Tis a sure thing that Mexican workers are needed to do work, U. S. citizens just won´t do.
Moreover, it almost appears as though some Republicans may have been requesting complete border security just to sabotage the bill, meaning that they still mayt not be happy when it passes:OOps!
Such a heavily guarded border not only changes the relations between Mexico and the U.S.,but rather,
it changes the very nature of the united States of
America in the eyes of the entire world, bringing
home the message that its surveillance is everywhere....
- with all too much emphasis.The costs of reinforcing such a border permanently will be ridiculous. If this border should end up
provoking some groups of people-well, then...
... good luck with that!
chicagonut

Banning, CA

#12 Jun 26, 2013
Juan wrote:
Let's face it, the U. S. needs Mexico and the undocumented workers. Americans will not work on farms in the hot sun all day, Americans will not roof houses in the hot sun. The American business man needs our skills and labor.
Here let me educate you. Only 3% of illegals are working on farms. The other 97% are doing jobs that Americans have always done. Even for farm work there are unlimited H-2A visas for legal, foreign workers. You were saying?

Americans don't have skills and won't work? The lies by you illegals never stop, do they?

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#13 Jun 26, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
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thing is a lot of us know what to do and do not like it.
What is here to like? The problem is the Constitution is being ignored and people doing it and in power need to be dealt with. The puke in the "Out House" making "edicts" is a prime example of abuse.

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#14 Jun 26, 2013
Dequin wrote:
`Tis a sure thing that Mexican workers are needed to do work, U. S. citizens just won´t do.
Moreover, it almost appears as though some Republicans may have been requesting complete border security just to sabotage the bill, meaning that they still mayt not be happy when it passes:OOps!
Such a heavily guarded border not only changes the relations between Mexico and the U.S.,but rather,
it changes the very nature of the united States of
America in the eyes of the entire world, bringing
home the message that its surveillance is everywhere....
- with all too much emphasis.The costs of reinforcing such a border permanently will be ridiculous. If this border should end up
provoking some groups of people-well, then...
... good luck with that!
we do not need a relationship with mexico nor do we need any people from there. the old wives tails of they do work citizens will not do has been debunked. these folks prove they are not here only to work when they start popping out babies to use as anchors and pawns.

mexico is more of an enemy than anything else,their drugs are weapons of mass destruction and thier people a crime wave.
Justin

United States

#15 Jun 27, 2013
["Our country has let the United States government know that measures which affect links between communities depart from the principles of shared responsibility and good neighborliness," Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade said in a televised statement.]

LOL! Bing or Google the following to see what the government of Mexico really thinks about border security:

mexico guatemala border military

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#16 Jun 27, 2013
Justin wrote:
["Our country has let the United States government know that measures which affect links between communities depart from the principles of shared responsibility and good neighborliness," Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade said in a televised statement.]
LOL! Bing or Google the following to see what the government of Mexico really thinks about border security:
mexico guatemala border military
now we will be fixing their border leaving our own wide open. seems when others are in a jam we help them,yet will forget about saving our own.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

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Since: Jan 08

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#17 Jun 27, 2013
IMO,The "PUKE" and his company need to be put to death.
They are the traitors.
They are the usurpers.
They blatently disregard the will of the nation's people.
They are advancing an unamerican agenda.
I only pray that a swift resolution is forthcoming.
<<<<<OF BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE>>>>>
Justin

United States

#18 Jun 27, 2013
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/03/mexi...

MEXICO CITY -- Mexican immigration agents say they have detained 11 migrants from India and dozens of Central American migrants.

Eight of the Indian citizens, including two minors, were being transported in a truck near Mexico's border with Guatemala when they were detained. Twenty-five Guatemalan migrants and three Salvadorans were also aboard the vehicle.

The National Immigration Institute said Friday the truck was being driven by a Mexican man who ignored police orders to stop.

The migrants told agents they entered Mexico through Guatemala and paid smugglers $1,500 apiece to take them to the U.S. border.

In a separate raid, three other migrants from India and 18 Central Americans were detained at a bus station in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco.

The migrants were taken to detention centers for possible deportation.
sheepleloveroyal ty

Bryn Mawr, PA

#19 Jun 27, 2013
How is a border fence for security divisive again-because Mexico doesn't like it?

Plant some trees or cactus on Mexico's side. Get over it(pun intended).

“I just hate stupid people”

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DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#21 Jun 27, 2013
America has been utterly destroyed by immigration legal and illegal over the last 40 years.
This nation is failing, it is on the path to Balkinization and total ruin.
America turned away from it's roots by allowing anybody and everybody into this country.
We once had an identity of who we were as a people, we were a nation based on western civilization and flourished like no other nation, now we are sinking into financial ruin, our customs attacked, our legacy destroyed in the name of multi-culturalism.
Once you replace our western culture with a third world culture you are going to live in a third world country, there is no other way it can be otherwise.

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