|

Monday, February 27, 2006

Mexican Govt. Taking Over Management of Border Patrol

From the Eidelblog:

At a press conference Sunday afternoon, President Bush announced that he and Mexican President Vicente Fox have reached an agreement that will completely cede administrative control of the southern U.S. border to Mexican authorities.

In a pre-emptive counter to Democrats' expected criticism, Bush made specific assurances that the deal would save the U.S. money while having no detrimental effect on border security. "This is win-win for both the United States and Mexico. The same American border agents will continue to report to work every day. Only administrative functions will be taken over by Mexican citizens, and they'll be subject to the same scrutiny by the Department of Homeland Security."

Nice blog. He even has Frederic Bastiat as his patron saint. What's not to like?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful and informative web site. I used information from that site its great. »

1:01 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home