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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Obama poised to relax border control

The Obama Administration is set to relax border controls in concert with the Mexican government. Supposedly the relaxation would only affect "trusted business travelers" but the last unofficial relaxation of the trusted resulted in a scandal called Fast and Furious. Presumably the drug cartels will not enjoy trusted status but then again no one thought the DHS would identify patriotic military veterans as potential terrorists or the children of illegal aliens as potential Democratic voters.
The Guardian post reads in part;
Mexican and US negotiators are poised to announce a relaxation of border controls for “trusted” business travellers during a summit that is likely to underscore the growing gulf between North American economic liberalisation and stalled immigration reform.
President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico, prime minister Stephen Harper of Canada and US president Barack Obama will meet on Wednesday in the Mexican industrial city of Toluca, to mark the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) by holding talks on further commercial integration between the countries.

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