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Old 09-08-2012, 10:40 AM
 
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True, but to be fair you could say that the majority of those murders are at least indirectly related to the United States' world leading demand for illegal drugs.
And look at the skyrocketing deaths from drug overdoses in the USA. All thanks to Mexican greed. Many American lives are destroyed and the greed of the drug traffickers is so great that they will bring candy-colored methamphetamine into our middle schools to addict American kids who are too young to even realize.

 
Old 09-08-2012, 11:41 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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I never said Mexico was an innocent bystander as the Mexican cartels play heavily in the trafficking of drugs into the US...but it is a fact that Mexico is not the primary source of these illegal drugs.
Oh, they're just "in the unfortunate position of being geographically between the supply and demand" isn't the same as being an innocent bystander? Again, Mexico IS the primary source of illicit drugs in this country. What did you not comprehend from the articles I posted?

Furthermore, why are you trying so hard to marginalize Mexico's involvement in drug trafficking? Not only are they the main source, their cartels now have a stronghold in all of our major cities. The same barbaric dismemberments, decapitations, mass graves, and hanging body parts from bridges currently found in Mexico, will soon become commonplace here. These cartel members are subhuman slime, who will kill an innocent baby just to prove a point. It is what it is. I don't know why you are in denial.
 
Old 09-08-2012, 01:05 PM
 
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Oh, they're just "in the unfortunate position of being geographically between the supply and demand" isn't the same as being an innocent bystander? Again, Mexico IS the primary source of illicit drugs in this country. What did you not comprehend from the articles I posted?

Furthermore, why are you trying so hard to marginalize Mexico's involvement in drug trafficking? Not only are they the main source, their cartels now have a stronghold in all of our major cities. The same barbaric dismemberments, decapitations, mass graves, and hanging body parts from bridges currently found in Mexico, will soon become commonplace here. These cartel members are subhuman slime, who will kill an innocent baby just to prove a point. It is what it is. I don't know why you are in denial.
Uh; the WORST the the Mexican cartels can do is what you said. Them killing other illegal aliens is pretty bad, killing Americans would be real bad.The blowback against that would be very, very ugly and I'm being nice. Americans have guns and WILL use them if the Fed and cops don't step up 1st.
 
Old 09-08-2012, 01:15 PM
 
Location: US, California - federalist
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And look at the skyrocketing deaths from drug overdoses in the USA. All thanks to Mexican greed. Many American lives are destroyed and the greed of the drug traffickers is so great that they will bring candy-colored methamphetamine into our middle schools to addict American kids who are too young to even realize.
Why blame black marketeers for a moral failure in the US? Our federal Congress is no longer delegated the power to Prohibit forms of Commerce among the several States of the Union. All drugs, even recreational drugs should have an FDA label to be sold in any store that sells recreational drugs such as alcohol and tobacco.
 
Old 09-09-2012, 07:21 PM
 
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Why blame black marketeers for a moral failure in the US? Our federal Congress is no longer delegated the power to Prohibit forms of Commerce among the several States of the Union. All drugs, even recreational drugs should have an FDA label to be sold in any store that sells recreational drugs such as alcohol and tobacco.
It's a different argument entirely if you want to argue about drugs --- but to insist that a foreign country has the right to intoxicate and poison and kill the American people because of their immense greed is shameful.

How immoral is it for foreign criminals to be allowed access to our middle schools and even grade schools where they introduce the most addictive substances they can produce -- all for their great greed?

And why have Bernie Madoff in prison when his greed was just to take people's money but leave their health and bodies intact?

If your Mexican drugs are so wonderful, close the border and let the cartels intoxicate all the people of Mexico with them.
 
Old 09-09-2012, 10:21 PM
 
Location: US, California - federalist
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The point is that it would not be the same problem, if we did not have an extra-Constitutional regime of Prohibition; since, that power is no longer delegated to our federal Congress. Why do you believe our federal Congress should be able to engender more corruption in our republic simply because they refuse to be moral enough to bear true witness to our own laws?
 
Old 09-09-2012, 10:32 PM
 
Location: Minneapolis, MN
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Oh, they're just "in the unfortunate position of being geographically between the supply and demand" isn't the same as being an innocent bystander? Again, Mexico IS the primary source of illicit drugs in this country. What did you not comprehend from the articles I posted?

Furthermore, why are you trying so hard to marginalize Mexico's involvement in drug trafficking? Not only are they the main source, their cartels now have a stronghold in all of our major cities. The same barbaric dismemberments, decapitations, mass graves, and hanging body parts from bridges currently found in Mexico, will soon become commonplace here. These cartel members are subhuman slime, who will kill an innocent baby just to prove a point. It is what it is. I don't know why you are in denial.
The majority of the drugs aren't grown and produced in Mexico, the just transit through there on the way to US for sale. But I guess you're cool by the fact that no country spends as much or uses as much illegal drugs as the US. We love our drugs here.
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