I grew up in central Texas and have been living in San Diego since '96.
There are a number of things to consider here. I see a number of different aspects to this issue, particularly living in a border town.
I don't know that there are any "right" or "wrong" answers here. But, after living here over 16 years, there are a number of things that I feel the majority of Americans would not realize, unless living for a number of years in a bordering state or city.
Personally, I'm one of these people who really enjoys the Mexican culture. One of the main reasons that I moved to San Diego was because I love Mexican food, Mexican and Spanish architecture, and find the people to be very friendly, warm, and peaceful (for the most part).
There are a great many blessings to living this close to Mexico... but I can also see that there are a number of problems.
I haven't really formulated an answer, so I don't think that I can just "throw something out there" that would fit what I am feeling on this topic. It is so broad and so extensive that I feel it would require a great deal of thought and a lot of research.
I care about my response, I don't want to make a statement either way on this. I just hope that there is a lot of care and compassion with people when decisions are made on this topic. People's lives and families are at stake. I pray that any decisions will be made with the highest level of compassion.
I've been covering the topic of chemtrails -- and noticed that the city of San Diego had a huge surge of chemtrails shortly after the census was taken. I'm afraid that they are using these partially as a "de-population" type solution. This is really awkward to say, but all of the research seems to lead in this direction.