The story (click the link to read the whole thing):
PUERTO PENASCO, Mexico — Mexican President Felipe Calderon told U.S. governors Thursday that immigration is an inevitable, natural phenomenon and he urged the U.S. Congress to approve reforms that would allow more Mexicans to work legally north of the border.
Calderon demanded that the United States respect "the right to work wherever one can make the greatest contribution."
The headline is a paraphrase of Calderon--a paraphrase of borderline (no pun intended) fairness. While Calderon does engage in the rhetoric of a "right" to work irrespective of borders (a concept that is incoherent so long as nations have conflicting national interests), he seems at least somewhat willing to engage the U.S. government on the issue. For what it's worth, the e-mail headline that drew my attention to the story was even worse: "Mexican President: We're Coming, You Can't Stop Us"