The Mexican government apparently has no problem with its citizens penetrating the U.S. border by the millions. In fact, it’s been written that increasing the number of Mexicans working illegally in America is among Mexico’s highest foreign-policy objectives.
Yet now comes congressional testimony from Jess T. Ford, the Government Accountability Office’s director of international affairs and trade, that “Mexican sensitivity about its national sovereignty” has made it difficult for the two countries to coordinate counternarcotics activities.
Mexican sensitivity? About its national sovereignty? What about ours?