Major protests in Mexico this month highlighted mounting frustration among many Mexicans toward violence that has claimed some 36,000 lives in the country since President Felipe Calderón declared war on drug cartels five years ago.
Some are now questioning the implications such public dissatisfaction may carry for the United States, which for the past several years has pursued a policy of supporting Calderón's fight against the cartels.
This is ridiculous, for the life of me I can not figure out why we haven't just told them point blank. Take care of the Cartels yourself, or we will and that useless rag called the UN can either join in on the clean up or keep quiet and let it happen.
For those of you who might think that they are justified in pointing fingers at the USA and the US shouldn't be messing in their play pen...
Texas officials rebuffed President Barack Obama's claim that the U.S.-Mexico border is secure and told a congressional panel Wednesday that cartel-related crimes in this country are under-reported.
It's Relative and no I'm not talking about West by God Virginia.
No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
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