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As The Drug War Rages On, Will Mexico Surrender?

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August 06, 2010 – Comments (4)

"Calderon has blamed the United States and its appetite for cocaine, marijuana and other substances for stoking the conflict through drug consumption. "It's as if our neighbor were the biggest drug addict in the world," he wrote in an editorial printed in Mexican newspapers in June."

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129009629&sc=fb&cc=fp

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#1) On August 06, 2010 at 4:51 PM, QualityPicks (67.01) wrote:

Are there any drug lords here in the US? In Mexico there are tons, and the government and police and army keep losing lives fighting them. But I never hear of any of that here in the US? Why? How does the drug get distributed here? I'm just wondering.

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#2) On August 06, 2010 at 5:34 PM, tfirst (32.50) wrote:

The Mexican government benefits from bribes paid by drug lords. This is more smoke and mirrors. Another small part of La'raza's plan to reclaim what they callNorthern Mexico. There is a war going on at our southern border and noone will acknowledge it. Once again, the real losers are American land holders. The mexican drug lords come into the country and their drugs are distributed through gangs.

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#3) On August 06, 2010 at 5:35 PM, tfirst (32.50) wrote:

The Mexican government benefits from bribes paid by drug lords. This is more smoke and mirrors. Another small part of La'raza's plan to reclaim what they callNorthern Mexico. There is a war going on at our southern border and noone will acknowledge it. Once again, the real losers are American land holders. The mexican drug lords come into the country and their drugs are distributed through gangs.

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#4) On August 09, 2010 at 1:50 PM, eldemonio (98.87) wrote:

T,

Don't be a douche.  The Mexican government doesn't benefit, individuals benefit.  Do you really think there is a grand conspiracy to take over the southern part of the US?  I agree that we should be doing something about our southern border, but we shouldn't forget that US immigration policy needs to change as well.

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