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I'm going to be honest here, I didn't read the article. 'Cuz I done!Done with the issue, done with the debate. And here's why;) Immagration is NOT the problem! It's just a very serious consequense. NAFTA, CAFTA, and any future FTA is the problem.(yes, the FTA pun is intended all you childern of the sixties). There has always been a flow of workers back and forth across the USA/Mexician border. As long as there has been a border there. The huge influx only started after NAFTA. Let's see how low the corporate bosses can drive wages in both countries. I don't think the workers should be penalized nearly so hard as the employers.However I have little sympathy. They knew the risks when they chose whatever covert and supremly dangerous method to get here.Last word, If you're going to come here to feed your family, whatever, just LEARN THE LANGUAGE.