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    • CommentAuthorcigssmoke
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2018
    I did not hear a surefit of pandering to Vicente Fox, or Mexico in particular. And that is what I had dreaded highly as the countdown to the speech came on. Yes, there was the little diddy about "Mexico is our neighbor, and our friend", but that was delivered minimally, almost as an afterword.

    A good point, delivered with reasonable force of conviction, and which I agreed with, was the President's declaration that we do not have control of our borders. And of what the consequences of that loss of control has wrought in terms of our society. For that, I say "well done".

    On the issue of a fence, I am disappointed. Though the President did mention a better barrier in the metropolitan areas, what I wanted to hear; what we needed to hear, was lacking.

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