Smuggle addictive drugs into the U.S. and destroy the lives of Americans, no problem.
Millions of Mexicans invade the U.S. and take jobs from our citizens and lower American wages, no problem.
Violate American sovereignty, no problem.
Murder American citizens, no problem.
Allow illegal immigration to cost state and local government and U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars, no problem.
Trespass and violate the property rights of Americans living near the border, no problem.
Expose Americans to contagious disease, no problem.
Overburden American schools and provide bi-lingual education for the children of illegal aliens at taxpayer expense, no problem.
U.S. guns in Mexico, now that's a problem the U.S. government must take care of immediately by securing our border with Mexico from those troublesome Americans.
In response to the deteriorating situation in Mexico, mostly caused by the corruption of the Mexican government, the United States government has finally decided to get serious about securing the border.
The U.S. will be redeploying over 360 people from various government agencies to the Mexican border. And as part of a $184 million plan, we will be sending more biometric technology equipment, mobile X-Ray machines, license plate readers and other high tech inspection equipment to the border. Not to stop; terrorist, illegal drugs and, illegal aliens from entering the United States, however, but to inspect traffic entering Mexico.
President Barack Obama of the United States, who is responsible for the national security of the United States, told the American people during a televised news conference that , "The steps that we've taken are designed to make sure that the border communities in the United States are protected, and you're not seeing the spillover of violence, and that we are helping the Mexican government deal with a very challenging situation." Obama further said that, "We are going to continue to monitor the situation, and if the steps we've taken do not get the job done, then we will do more."
Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa said that, "These are important actions of support for the fight that President Felipe Calderon's government is carrying out."
U.S. Congressman Raul Grijalva, who does a better job of representing Mexico then American citizens said, "the long-term issue is to reconnect and redefine our relationship with the country of Mexico, our neighbor, and begin working with that country in order to deal with economic-development issues, health issues, education issues, so that Mexico can sustain its own people and its own workforce."
Gabrielle Giffords, who represents Arizona's Eighth Congressional, blames America first and says, "The money flows south and the guns are flowing south and the drugs flow north because of the big demand that we have." Giffords complained that, "Ninety percent of the weapons seized from Mexican organized crime comes from the United States."
The American Conservative Republican can only pray that some day the demands of the American people for a secure border to protect us from; terrorism, illegal drugs and illegal aliens, will have nearly as much influence with the U.S. government as protecting Mexico from American guns.
The American people shouldn't worry however, the Obama administration is still considering a request from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Texas Governor Rick Perry to boost the number of National Guard troops on the border, to protect American citizens from; terrorist, drug smuggling and illegal immigration.