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Mexico finally announces a border fence!

Diaz says the purpose of the wall is to prevent the passage of contraband, but admits, “It could also prevent the free passage of illegal immigrants.”

They are finally getting it.

Well, nnnnnnnot exactly.

The fence is on their border with Guatemala!

Do a news search on this “mexico fence guatemala”. I got 5 results.

Not only that, but American taxpayers are paying for it. Not only that, Hillary goes beyond and is playing “it takes a village” on a global level.

In 2007, Bush pledged $1.4 billion in aid aimed at improving Mexican and Central American military and police security despite reports of widespread corruption and border-area incursions. In 2008, Congress voted to allocate an additional $1.5 billion to the Merida program despite dubious results. Under President Obama’s administration, the Merida Initiative has ballooned. Introducing a “new phase” of the program, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton explained:

We are expanding the Mérida Initiative beyond what it was traditionally considered to be, because it is not just about security. Yes, that is paramount, but it is also about institution building. It is about reaching out to and including communities and civil society, and working together to spur social and economic development.

But wait, there’s more!

In 2010 alone, the United States has given $450 million to Mexico, with an additional $100 million requested from Congress to be sent to Central America, in order to “provide equipment and training to support law enforcement operations and technical assistance for long-term reform and oversight of security agencies,” says the State Department.

Bash America for wanting a fence- check
halt building a fence- check
challenge any border states for protecting themselves – check
actually fund another country for putting up a border for a third country- check
Zero coverage in media- check
vote idiots out of office- November 2010, 2012

full story @ http://www.theblaze.com/stories/a-fence-for-the-southern-border-of-mexico/

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