Most of the American expatriate enclave in Mexico lean left in their politics, but a small group say the Republican candidate is just misunderstood
Ed and Karen Cage fly the Mexican flag outside their home in the hills above Lake Chapala. Speaking to their maid or fellow worshipers at the local church, the two septuagenarians make an effort to use their halting Spanish. And they both profess a deep love for Mexico, where they have lived for eight years and hope to attain permanent resident status.
“We love the people and the culture,” said Karen Cage, whose business card reads, “Retired in paradise.”