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                                                                                 April 02,2006

 

                                    

                                   The March for Rights

 

What I really find to be amazing is that all the people that were marching over the last week or so must have numbered well into the thousands.  Many were illegal and their supporters.  They demanded rights that they were not entitled to, and other perks. 

 

With all of those people marching and being organized to march, why is it that they do not march on the capital of Mexico, and demand better economic opportunities, more freedom to obtain the aforementioned opportunities and a larger voice in their government.

 

Surely tens of thousands making their way to Mexico City would certainly be noticed by President Fox, and the other ruling elite of Mexico.  And what choice would that leave them? They’d have to choose to either reform or possibly face expulsion from power.  I would dare say that it would certainly bring international attention and focus on Mr. Fox, to make realistic reforms.