It’s kind of amusing to hear right wingers insisting that the border just hasn’t been taken care of the way they would take care of it if only they were in charge. Above is one picture taken this last week from a raft on the Rio Grande, the river that separates the two countries. There in the distance where the river disappears in the picture, one side is one country, and the other side is the other. This is what the scene has been since farther back than the ages of time. Also, this is how it was when Republicans controlled the same areas.
|By: Ruth Calvo Sunday September 5, 2010 3:00 pm|
The tattered remains are barely enough – and all too often not enough – to support those of us whose forefathers fled a long time ago from other sinking economies and social systems that rejected them. Learning that the U.S. is also on hard times, the numbers are sinking.