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Protesting mexicans, loose my respect.

Discussion in 'Other Stuff' started by ReD_Fist, Mar 26, 2006.

  1. Btljuice

    Btljuice New Member

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    As long as the mayo is Dukes!!!!!!! Thats the ONLY mayo anyway. The rest are poor imitations
     
  2. oosyxxx

    oosyxxx teh3vilspa7ula

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    Who are these "they"?
     
  3. oosyxxx

    oosyxxx teh3vilspa7ula

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    My nephew made a good point about the multi (many times over) billion dollar illegal drug trade, which should produce at least one super-uber wealthy frother at some point, and how Forbes magazine has never listed any of these drug kingpins among the richest in the world. How could this be?
     
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  4. ReD_Fist

    ReD_Fist New Member

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    "they" is Mexico

    BUT! I just heard bush or whomever put preasure on fox (mex pres) and I guess now he isn't going to sign it into law, but at first he was.
    Or is going to relook over the new bill.
     
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  5. Nachimir

    Nachimir Crony of Stilgar

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    RF, the profits of drugs smuggled from Mexico sure as f*ck aren't going to the Mexican government. Some of the bundle might be going to officials through graft, but that'll be it.
     
  6. Larkin

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    The drug dealers are getting escorted by the mexican military back and forth from the United States. It only makes sense that the mexican government has something to do with it.

    I think that's an act of war.
     
  7. Eyuva 'S' NRG

    Eyuva 'S' NRG dont mess with the toilet monster

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    No, but the profits for the CIA would plummet if Fox signed the bill in Mexico. At least, that's what all my coworkers were saying. It makes sense, Bush pressures Fox to not sign it into law... Because it would naturally affect our governments funding. Why cant the US, just tax the **** out of it's people like the rest of the western world.
     
  8. Larkin

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    It Does. Every new law seems to be a new tax.
     
  9. ReD_Fist

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    Not sure if the CIA has "profit", think if they legalised it here lol, mexico would have to preasure bush, no?
     
  10. Nachimir

    Nachimir Crony of Stilgar

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    Again, that's more likely to be an act emerging from corruption, not centralised control. Hence, not an act of war.
     
  11. Larkin

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    Yeah, maybe. But I heard that they have tanks and trucks with them with lots of soldiers in the back. The corruption must be pretty high in the chain of command. Or the guys in command must be sleeping on the job.

    Anyway, when a country brings their military with all this stuff into your country with the intent to kill however tries to stop them, it seems like an act of war to me.
     
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  12. Larkin

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    It is possible some the military leaders are getting paid off my the drug dealers and the soilders are just being dragged along for the ride. But even so the other leaders have to notice the tanks, trucks, and all the soliders missing all the time. Perhaps they know but cann't tell anyone in the fear of being killed. Or perhaps, they know what going on and are doing nothing about it.

    But none of this really manners in to all the people that are looking at the milatary come right on in all the time. Also, I doubt that if they were doing this to some countries. That the little details wouldn't manner and they would take this action as an act of war.

    In the end I think that country is held responsible for the actions of their military and must answer to the rest of the world if they do something like this.

    So people would probably say that the reason the milatary officers and soilders of Mexico can get paid off is because the drug dealers are showing them more money then they could ever hope to see in their entire lives. But that is no excuse. Or they will say that they are probably threatened and told by the deals that they will kill them or their family if they don't go along with it.
     
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  13. ReD_Fist

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    Mexico is a low life country, crooked as hell, the middle class earnd 100$ a month, but yet there are more billionars there now than in switserland.

    dirty water, corruupt filthy people, from top to bottom.
    they have oil wells plenty of income, and can't control drug traffic one bit, nor do they care.
     
  14. Larkin

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    How true. It kind of makes me feel bad for them that they only make so little.
    But it still no excuse to sneak into our country illegally, get jobs, and start cring about how they feel. Like I care.

    Two more cents by me​

    They what to be legalized.
    Is it just me or did we do this in the 70's and it didn't work. Just more of them came illegally. Plus I think that would take away from what it means to be a citizen and makes it worthless. I mean if we did this again would we give them a social security number and then when they retire give them social security
    It just seem like a big pile of crap. Obey the law illegals.

    One more thing if we start making exceptions to the law then the law is useless. Once you give one group an exception to the rule everyone else will want an exception too.

    Go through the process, it may take months but that's the breaks. No exceptions.
     
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  15. Mister_Prophet

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    Have either of you two ever been to Mexico?

    I'm just curious.
     
  16. ReD_Fist

    ReD_Fist New Member

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    I have never been there, but a few allmost every time said, "there are like super poor, or really rich people" my cousin, he came home very digusted, he is a workaholic and i bet he don't go back down there.

    I just seen a lady reporter on oriely factor fox news, she goes on risky stories type of reporter, and she siad shes been down by the border and in mexico like a lot and recently.
    She said one day 3 dudes were shot like 3 blocks away, and another , a block and a half, a lady got killed in craossfire.
    it was in tiahuana? tee - ah- wanna.
    and now even more cities are starting to be controled by the drug runners.

    She also said, wich in the news mexico gov said they got rid of the king pins and now there are a lot more viscious smaller clans.
    Well she said these guys down there are not small gangs, bigtime international drug runners, and mexico was going to make that small quanity law because they said they were all small gangs now and need more rescources to clean up the smaller ones now, instead of punishing smalltime drug users.Was ecstacy, heroin,pot and cocain.

    Also in there congress, one of them were saying as a matter of factly, " we need about 3 million more to go accros the border, because we take in about 17mill per year and 3mill more people working here sending money back, blahh blah"
    Another words they just figure it is a part of thier budget, go figure.
     
  17. Mister_Prophet

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    So your cousin said they are either dirt poor or super rich. Ok then.

    I lost faith in any credibility after you said Fox News.

    Wow, I hear that in the news all the time. Only it's here, in America.

    And there aren't any here?

    I'm not argueing that things may be just a tad bit better here than Mexico. Millions upon Millions of Illegal Immigrants can't be wrong. But I get the impression that some of your comments are just a little too judgmental based on the very little you actually know about Mexico and Mexicans.

    As someone who gets steamed when Europeans bitch about Americans when they haven't been here or really met any Americans, I figured you'd be a little sympathetic :)
     
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  18. Mister_Prophet

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    And the rest of you need to start being realistic about Illegal Immigrants.

    Right now, we're Rome. We better get used to the attention at some point.
     
  19. Larkin

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    No, I haven't been to Mexico. But I been to New Mexico :lol: The only thing that I keep tring to say is that we cann't give illegals anything because they are criminals. Before we can give them anything they need to go through the process and become citizens. Also I continue to say that we shouldn't adjust to mexicans (legal or not) by learning spanish. They should adjust to us and learn english. Is that to much to ask? I think not.

    If I moved to a country I would do all these things that I said above, For one it would make to easier for me and the people of that country if I could speak their language. Going their legally that's the law.
     
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  20. ReD_Fist

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    Not very astute to be thinking like that all because it's fox news.She will probably appear on the others, pure lamety on that one proph.
    She risks her life, and all yyou can say is "i hate fox?" aaagh.
    Comparing the gov and condotion of mexico is irrelavent, whats your real beef there, america is at fault again,? talk about getting real, please.

    As for the killings, your comparing apples to ........, first you say up there, to follow the law, then your logic is misplaced.We don't have corruption on that low of a scale as a whole for our country.
    The drugs are comming from there,and not just to usa, and people are being smuggled and crossing, from there .
    so whats your point.
     

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