Mar del Plata, Argentina -- President Bush has said immigration reform ranks near the top of his second-term agenda, but he and Mexican President Vicente Fox passed up an opportunity this weekend to discuss the controversial issue at a hemispheric summit here. The decision raises new questions about whether Bush will be able to push through Congress a guest-worker program that is dividing members of his own party. "He wasn't interested, and I wasn't, either," Fox said in an interview published Saturday in Clarin, a leading Argentine newspaper. "Why would we have a meeting just to have one? When we have important issues before us, we deal with them." A senior Bush administration official played down Fox's comments. "I wouldn't read too much into them," said the official, who requested anonymity as he sought to minimize the issue. My comment: They should be talking about it every chance they get..phone,fax,video conference, and meet ups. This issue is growing on the American people we want legal immigration and not illegal immigration how much plainer can we communicate it! I doubt the numbers of 10 million illegals now inside the United States it must be twice that and you just are not dealing with people who take jobs others will not do that is not wholely true anymore...these staff and temp jobs are being fitted for companies to take foreign workers and leaving a core staff of permanents under tremendous stress. Imho...plus and I think we should open a series of topics on this subject... CAN WE FOR ONCE IN OUR HISTORY ACTUALLY SECURE OUR BORDER...JUST ONCE! to put it mildly -the most powerful and richest country in the world cannot control its southern border(worst of the two). As a disclaimer I have worked with people form all over the world (mostly educated)* of course they are welcome and they seem to understand and agree with legal immigration but, what I am seeing is massive throngs of people coming here with high odds of staying and if they are caught a myriad of ways for them to stay and or come back across. Plus like I said earlier their are more here than the numbers are showing(imho). * Of course their are moral and ethical people here as well in the masses of educated and minority educated but it seems to be a small minority...and it is sad they do not represent the whole because the rest give them a bad name. Topics I would like to see addressed "The Border" with solutions "Reverse discrimination" We are taught and we have rules of law that prevent discrimination...should illegals and their clans have free will in this regard. "Our Tax dollars funding illegals education" "Our Tax dollars funding their medical care" "Corporations the secret energizer for illegal immigration" "Security...and how terrorist would use illegal immigration to thier advantage" "Major fence or concrete barrier on our southern border to prevent the stampede effect" (yes I realize a few straglers will repel a barrier or fence) "Civil Service Draft for older people who will make up an Army of 100,000 who will do peaceful border control and monitoring" of course make it volunteer but would like to see it funded and paid for with our tax dollars...THAT WOULD BE A GOOD INVESTMENT TAX..imho.