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Mexico May Take Fence Dispute to U.N.
Mon Oct 9, 2006 4:59 PM EDTworld-news, us, mexico, united-nations, border, fence, border-fence
Jenny Barchfield, AP Writer
PARIS Mexico's foreign secretary said Monday the country may take a dispute over U.S. plans to build a fence on the Mexican border to the United Nations.

Luis Ernesto Derbez told reporters in Paris, his first stop on a European tour, that a legal investigation was under way to determine whether Mexico has a case.

The Mexican government last week sent a diplomatic note to Washington criticizing the plan for 700 miles of new fencing along the border. President-elect Felipe Calderon also denounced the plan, but said it was a bilateral issue that should not be put before the international community.

Derbez said Monday after meeting with French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy that it was a "shame" U.S. immigration policy had been used for what he claimed was a short-term political gain in the lead-up to midterm elections in the U.S. in November.

He said he discussed the issue with Douste-Blazy, and planned to bring it up in meetings with his Spanish and Italian counterparts during visits to Madrid and Rome. He vowed to work on the case until the "very last day" of President Vicente Fox's term, which ends Dec. 1.

The U.S. Senate approved the border fence bill last month and President Bush has said he will sign it into law despite last-minute pleas from the Mexican government for a veto.

"What should be constructed is a bridge in relations between the two countries," Derbez said.
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if a country doesn't have borders it isn't a country, so what if we build a fence.... people shouldn't be able to cross with out any kind of customs...


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THE GOD DAMN NERVE BY MEXICO!

IF THEY WANT TO GO THAT ROUTE, WE GOT TO TAKE EXTREME MEASURES AGAINST THEM!
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Mexico = Cry Babies! Geezze that gets me angry! Whats next?

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Ha ha let them take it to the UN. By the time the UN does anything it will be 20 years later.
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[quote author=kilacam19 link=topic=59321.msg1003597#msg1003597 date=1160532690]
Ha ha let them take it to the UN. By the time the UN does anything it will be 20 years later.
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not when its a action against the US. That will light a fire under the asses of all the half wit dictators and 3rd world leaders of the UN.


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why does it bother you guys what mexico does, fucking forget it.. DAMN you guys need to get laid or find a hobby


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Re: Mexico May Take Fence Dispute to U.N.!

They got big inflatable balls that is.
They are full of crap!
Got any pins to puncture their so called balls/juevos?


They want to make it an issue like the Berlin wall.* They say it seperates the haves and have nots.*
Well, we are the ones being invaded and no laws can stop a country from defending itself.
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[quote author=DUBS link=topic=59321.msg1003629#msg1003629 date=1160533584]
why does it bother you guys what mexico does, fucking forget it.. DAMN you guys need to get laid or find a hobby
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talking from experience I take it!
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you guys keep bitching about everything mexico does... forget them and deal with you...us


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