Earlier this week, Arizona governor Janet Napolitano met with Vicente Fox to discuss immigration matters. Two Mexican newspaper reports are linked from here, and neither go into much detail on what was discussed, and, while the conversation was supposedly friendly but "firm", it's not difficult to imagine that the two leaders saw eye to eye on lots of things. There's certainly nothing wrong with a governor meeting with a former president of another country, but the question is whether Napolitano was representing the interests of the majority of Arizonans or simply the interests of those who profit from massive immigration such as businesses and the Democratic Party.
Fox also mentioned again a joint venture between his "Fox Center" and the Rand Corporation.
Politics · Fri, 05/30/2008 - 09:02 · Importance: 1