Wednesday, March 14, 2007


As President Bush concludes a six-day swing through Latin America, he promised Mexico's President Felipe Calderon he would put his full effort into changing the nation's immigration laws. It's the first meeting the two men have had since Calderon took office Dec. 1 following a controversial win. After the two toasted to their mutual election fraud, President Calderon got tough. “While Mexico understands the U.S. must do what is best for its own security, Mexico must do the same,” he said as officials handcuffed Mr. Bush and dropped him over the border in Nogales, Arizona.


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