Highlighted in the New York Times right now is a quickie by their immigration editorialist Lawrence Downes, a favorite mouthpiece for the views of world's richest man Carlos Slim, who owns 8% of the NYT, on why there should be massive numbers of phone calls between America and Mexico (which Slim is happy to provide, at his monopolistic markup):
How Not to React to Boston
By LAWRENCE DOWNES
The marathon bombings are no reason to halt immigration reform.
No matter what happens, just keep repeating: The Grand Strategy of the Bush Administration — Invade the World, Invite the World, In Hock to the World — hasn't failed; it just hasn't been fully tried yet!