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Mexican official: Shut down border

A Mexican senator from President Vicente Fox's party is pushing a bill that would dispatch federal, state and local law enforcement personnel to the border to stop migrants from crossing into the U.S., saying he wants to cut down on the death toll suffered by illegal aliens.

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He has the people and power to

shut down the border from his side. Tell him to shut up and do it. (Today)

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A suggestion

US start building a fence from the West coast

and

Mexico start building a fence from the east coast

See which country puts up the most fence.

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Works for me ...

... would those be union jobs? Devil

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Nope

All non-union, as the working conditions would not be ideal.

The minutemen and people that want to take some vacation time could "do their bit" for the country.

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Remember being told about the

Huge Sucking Sound that Perot warned about. Was he right?

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well if its a non union job be done on time

and under budget you know how the unions are just thievery

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(NT) well if it takes a union never get done

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