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IMMIGRATION: WHEN WILL LATIN STATES CURE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS?


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immigration-when-will-latin-states-cure-their-own-problemsHuman Events:

NEW YORK — Do the governments of Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras have any responsibility for the catastrophe on America’s southern frontier? Reacting to this latest crisis in Obama’s reign of error, Americans are debating the pros and cons of securing the U.S/Mexican border, reforming immigration law, building new detention centers, and more.

 

But one solution seems off the table:

 

These Latin governments should improve their own political economies, so that their people need not ride atop freight trains, ford the Rio Grande, and then dodge Gila monsters to better their lives.

Liberals consider it America’s duty to nurture these people. But they first should ask Mexico City, San Salvador, Guatemala City, and Tegucigalpa for assistance. Better yet, if Latin politicians improved their own domestic conditions, their constituents could stay home, avoid public assistance, and enjoy prosperity, health, and freedom inside their own countries.Scissors-32x32.png


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