I say 'apparently' because the fact is, I don't trust the politicians. I hope they prove me wrong, but I think this is just a ploy; some of the Senators say explicitly that the fence is just the first step, and the next step is what they, in their Orwellian fashion, keep calling 'comprehensive reform'. They claim this 'comprehensive reform' is absolutely vital in order to 'fix a broken system.' And just how did the system get 'broken'? The influx of illegals, which has been going on for years, has not just been ignored by our politicians, but actively pushed and encouraged by the administration and by most of our sellout 'representatives.' They've colluded in 'breaking' the system, then they have the gall to say, 'Oh look, the system is broken! How did that happen? The only answer now is comprehensive reform.'
Of course anybody with a three-digit IQ knows that 'comprehensive reform'=amnesty. It means open the gates wide, and lay out the welcome mat for the stampede which will follow.
And meanwhile, back in our friendly neighboring country, known as Mexico or as our soon-to-be partner in the North American Travesty, the corrupt Mexican government is vowing to stop the construction of the fence.
Mexico is not going to bear, it is not going to permit, and it will not allow a stupid thing like this wall," Derbez said.
"What has to be done is to raise a storm of criticism, as is already happening, against this," he said, promising to turn the international community against the plan.
So Fox and Derbez, arrogant and brazen as ever, plan to try to defeat the will of the American people.
I wouldn't bet on our government taking our side; judging by recent history, Fox and Derbez have more to say about the policies of this country than we, the people, do.