New Mexico governor and possible presidential candidate Bill Richardson continues his outreach to the 5% or so of U.S. citizens who support illegal immigration with his thoughts that the recently passed border fence "gets in the way" of U.S.-Mexico relations, and:
"The fence is very unpopular on the border in Texas and New Mexico, in Chihuahua... So one of the most significant and constructive acts the U.S. Congress should take is to get rid of it."
He said this after meeting with the leaders of the state of Chihuahua, which is located in Mexico, which is not the U.S. Apparently Richardson is unclear on that fact.
Tomorrow he'll be speaking at Georgetown University, so if you know anyone in the area please urge them to turn out and protest his appearance with flyers and posters pointing out his strong opposition to our most basic laws.
Immigration · Wed, 12/06/2006 - 19:53 · Importance: 1