But are here other ways to ensure that Mexicans obey U.S. immigration law?
Baja California Gov. Eugenio Elorduy Walther weighed in on the proposed border fence, saying, "We do not best meet these challenges by focusing our energies on building a wall to further divide us." The governor said proponents of stricter enforcement shouldn't use the issue "as a political banner because you're in a midterm-election scenario from here to November. . . . Look at it as a human-rights situation."
Look at it as something that must be done because Mexicans have no respect for the sovereignty of the United States.