Obama OK with Mexico softening on Drug cartels..so why not go soft on offshore..

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    trillions held by American companies?


    Mexico's newly elected president might be softer on the drug cartels because they can't control the violence..
    Will Mexico go soft on cartels? (OneNewsNow.com)

    so why doesn't Obama go soft on the literally trillions of already TAXED money held offshore?

    I mean the USA is NOT getting any benefits NOW so why not bring it back tax free?
    Obama wants to generate jobs... and today's disappointing job report should if Obama was not so anti-business encourage companies to bring back these trillions!

    If half of the $1 trillion or $500 billion used to hire at $40,000/job is 12.5 million jobs!
    Unemployment solved!
     
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    Drug Cartels Have 'Representatives' in 2,000 U.S. Cities...
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    Border Patrol Union: Drug Cartels Have 'Representatives' in 2,000 U.S. Cities
    August 1, 2013 – In a July 28 letter addressed to “fellow Americans,” the union of former Border Patrol agents called for Congress to deny amnesty to illegal aliens and cited “transnational criminal businesses” that have “representatives” in 2,000 American cities.
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    Wildlife Biologists: Illegal Pot Farms Wreaking Havoc on Endangered Species
    July 31, 2013 -- Illegal marijuana cultivation on public and tribal land has been identified as the culprit in the deaths of at-risk wildlife and environmental degradation throughout California, Oregon and Washington, according to researchers who have been investigating and documenting hundreds of marijuana “grow sites” since 2005.
     
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