Politicians calling to potentially invade Mexico likely aren’t serious, but their rhetoric further demonizes our southern neighbor.
Author - Leonardo Poareo
Leonardo earned a master's of public policy at USC, and enjoys politics, writing, and comedy. He lives in Simi Valley, California.
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