This time, it's not the Administration's fault
Apparently they think that an expression alluding to geographical proximity and a heightened degree of concern flowing from it actually means that the U.S. has the right to dictate to Latin American countries. Or something.
But this time- for a change- the diplomatically feckless Obama adminsitration can't be faulted. The problem was not with the sender of the message, but with the receiver.