The chicken- and egg question haunttts us.
It is the same question we asked ourselves a decade ago, when we first arrived at the US-Mexico border.
“The government’s going to put up fences,” we thought, and then we wondered if we had to take the chance.
Today, that same fear lingers.
In 2016, President Donald Trump’s administration announced plans to build a wall along the US southern border, and to increase immigration enforcement at the border with Mexico.
This time, the question is whether Mexico will pay for it.
The question has become a matter of public debate.
How much will it cost?
Who will pay?
Will it affect tourism?
And will it improve the economy?
The debate has reached new heights in the wake of a deadly attack on a border patrol vehicle, when four US border patrol agents were killed and nine were wounded by an undocumented Mexican man.
A group of protesters also threw rocks at the vehicle.
What will happen now?
We have learned that the US government has already spent about $1.7 billion on fencing along the border, which is about as much as we spent on constructing a wall at the southern border.
What is the answer to the chicken and egg?
The answer is simple.
The US government does not believe it is a chicken and eggs question.
It believes the chicken is an elephant.
It thinks the elephant is a human.
The government’s solution is to build more fences, and a border wall will keep the human from getting inside the US.
It’s not an elephant, but it is the human that will pay.
It doesn’t matter if the fence is built on an old highway, or if the construction site is remote, or even if the workers are undocumented.
It won’t matter, because the US taxpayer is still going to be paying for it in full.
In the past, governments have tried to build walls along the country’s border with a simple plan: put up a fence and then pay for the fences with a fee, such as $20 a day for each new fence.
In many cases, governments are not even trying to build fences, because fences will only increase the amount of illegal immigration and illegal cross-border trade.
As a result, the fences will keep people from coming to the US, and the costs will be passed onto future generations.
This is not a chicken-egg problem.
The chicken and the egg is the US economy.
The chickens come from Mexico and the eggs come from the US because Mexico is a major consumer of the US chicken.
This creates two economic issues for Mexico: the trade deficit, which would have to be passed on to the American consumers, and what the government would be able to sell to the Americans.
As Mexico’s economy grows, so does the trade imbalance.
It creates a vicious cycle: as Mexicans spend more money, they buy more goods, which makes the trade balance worse.
So, what is the solution?
The US and Mexico have been negotiating a new bilateral trade agreement since late 2015, called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would include several trade agreements.
The trade agreement is not expected to be completed until 2019, and is expected to include a major trade deal with Australia and New Zealand, and other agreements that could be extended for years.
If the agreement is to be implemented as planned, there is a good chance that the trade gap will be reduced even further.
This would mean that the tariffs on imports from Mexico will drop dramatically, and that the import of goods from the United States would become more attractive.
This will result in an even more competitive global economy, and it would create more jobs in the United Sates.
The TPP has been criticized for the fact that it will be harder for Mexico to compete in global markets, because it is going to require Mexico to pay more to the United Kingdom, which has been the largest importer of US chicken and beef products.
This has already hurt Mexican companies, because they cannot compete with British supermarkets, which sell many cheaper US chicken products.
There is a second important point: the TPP would also put the US on a level playing field with China.
In theory, China would have the advantage because it has the most powerful military and the biggest economies.
In practice, China has a weaker economy and a weaker military than the US (it has one of the world’s largest armed forces).
So, it is likely that China will have to pay a large amount more for the US in order to compete with the US military.
This could be a major boon for the United State, because in the future, China will be able access US markets in much the same way that the United Nations can access them today.
So what is happening to the chickens?
First, it’s not the chicken that’s the problem.
It will always be a chicken.
It has always been a chicken, because Americans have always had a preference for chickens over all other animals.
It was not until the early 1900s,