Mexico Crisis Worsens

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    Mexico crisis deepens with civil resistance plan
    Mon Jul 17, 2006 5:49 PM ET

    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsA...RUKOC_0_US-MEXICO-ELECTION.xml&archived=False

     
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    You know, there really is going to be global fighting soon. almost all the nations are either going to be at war or in civil war.
     
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    And I can't wait until it starts here. America has some serious house cleaning to do. We can start with throwing out the 13 million illegal aliens that are here.
     
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    The worse it gets in Mexico, the more they will try to come here. :2guns:
     
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    I can wait. I have no desire to see bloodshed. Unfortunately there may be no avoiding it at some point.

    Problem is people are too content in living in a fantasy world. This is exactly like right before world war 2. People refused to see the threat. And because of that the threat continued to grow. So taking care of it later was all the more difficult. And it was paid in alot more blood.

    Unfortuantely people have a slow learning curve.
     
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    True.. the harder they'll work at 'taking us over', without a shot fired as it is.
     
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    I have no desire to see blood spilled either pard. But I'm a realist, and I don't see it happening any other way.

    The fact of the matter is, Mexico has a lot to gain from America, and America has a lot to gain from Mexico. If we can clean up the illegal problem, that would ease tensions a lot. But yes, I also realize that Mexico has about one of the most corrupt governments in the world. I would hope that half the illegal mexicans here would be very pissed at their own government, and would want to see change in their own country so they could go home.
     

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