Evidently, the immigrants that are passing through Mexico (to illegally enter the United States) are putting a strain on the country's resources, except for the drug cartel slavery trade, of course.
The hardships migrants face in Mexico have long been a source of discomfort for a country that lobbies hard for better treatment of its own immigrants in the United States.Immigrants that the government of Mexico gladly helps to illegally enter the United States with handy dandy pamphlets, but that is just another form of lobbying. Just in case you are feeling the urge to use common sense to appeal to the Mexican government policies on immigration, perhaps something like, "How would they like it if we sent people to Mexico illegally?", I must point out that Mexico just passed a law that does not make it illegal for people to be in their country, uh, illegally. Read the last sentence of the article. Gold, baby!
I have to give props to the Mexican government for at least trying to show an unbiased stance on immigration, however it is as shallow as Obama's health care reform.