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"I like being his amigo."

The titular quote is from:

1. A six-year-old George W. Bush.

2. A hopelessly naive and differently-abled eight-year-old.

3. Tom Ridge, yesterday.

#3 is, of course, correct:

[LOU] DOBBS: The Mexican government has made yet another outrageous demand of the United States. A top Mexican government official told Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge Mexican workers have the right to work in the United States, to receive benefits and return to their home country. Mexico, in fact, is demanding the United States relax its immigration policy and standards.

Casey Wian has the report from Los Angeles.

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CASEY WIAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): It's the last scheduled meeting between U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and Mexican Interior Secretary Santiago Creel before Ridge leaves office in two weeks.

TOM RIDGE, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY: I like being his amigo.

WIAN: For advocates of tighter border controls, the chummy relationship can't end soon enough, as both officials continue to push for a freer flow of people and goods across the U.S. border with Mexico.

SANTIAGO CREEL, MEXICAN INTERIOR SECRETARY (through translator): The government of President Fox will continue to work with his American counterpart until we can come to a (UNINTELLIGIBLE) agreement. We have proposed as a government five central points.

WIAN: Those demands are what he calls the regularization of Mexican undocumented workers in the United States, a temporary worker program, an increase in the number of visas for Mexicans, better economic development of the border region and proper human rights for migrants...

Previous coverage in Recapping the 1/17/05 giveaway.

Immigration2005a · Wed, 01/19/2005 - 20:50 · Importance: 1

Sun, 01/23/2005 - 20:18
John S Bolton
www.johnsbolton.net

Considering these demands, and the echoing of them by the White House, does this indicate that the administration is a racketeer-influenced corrupt organization? That is, considering also the druggocratic form of government in Mexico.