# 69 Brod - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Petra
    • 29.12.07 | 14:57 (IST)

    Brod, until things change, Mexicans must have the same papers legals do or, they're illegal. (same for all illegals from wherever they come from) Any nation who values its borders does the same. (Israel, America, building fences) I like Mexicans and find them hard workers. The root of the big problem is NAFDA. Most Mexicans have a 6th grade education provided by the state. Mexico is ignorant in dealing with her people. The majority of rich Mexicans live in Spain. Recent st'mt from Mexicos prez. "Any where ever a Mexican is Mexico". Would you agree with that? It's similar to Pals and Israel. I confess, if I were a Mexican, I'd have a wet back also but, first, I'd try the legal way of entry. My parents did, so did yours( assuming) and that's the lawful way to enter. Even if lawful, as the Saudi bombers, we must be vigilant or, no more America. Crime on the border is another major issue. Drugs, guns, killing border guards. No good.

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