Don’t Fence Me In Out

From Holden:

Is there anyone we haven’t pissed off yet?

Mexico and four Central American nations condemned the U.S plan to build hundreds of miles of triple-layered fencing on its southern border, saying it would not stop illegal immigration.

In a joint news conference in Mexico City late Thursday, the foreign ministers of Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Mexico said that building barriers was not the way to solve problems between neighboring nations.

“The position of Mexico and the other countries is that walls will not make a difference in terms of the solution to the migration problem,” said Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez.