What does Mexico bring to the table?

What does Mexico bring to the table?

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JACKIE

AOL

#1 Apr 17, 2009
Okay, our illustrious leader, Barrack Obama, has gone to Mexico with hat in hand and laid the blame for Mexico's problems squarely on the back of the United States.

The drug wars - Our fault
The poverty - Our fault
The corruption - Our fault
Smuggled guns - Our fault

Sooo, now that we have assumed the blame and burden for all of Mexico's problems, I suppose we will be sending BILLIONS and BILLIONS of U.S. dollars and hope that they will forgive us our trespasses.

My gripe is: WHEN WILL WE EVER MAKE MEXICO GROW UP AND ASSUME THE BURDEN OF PROVIDING FOR THEIR OWN PEOPLE and STOP BLAMING THE U.S. FOR THEIR MESSES?

Maybe we wouldn't have a drug problem if Mexico did not make drugs so readily available.

Mexico blames the U.S. for providing guns, but the fact is that only 17% of the guns come from the U.S.

Mexico sends millions of illiterate, diseased illegals over here and demands that they be treated "with dignity and respect." They just "want a better life", well, so do we and we can't afford to legalize 20 million poverty sricken illegals.

It seems like the United States has made all the concessions to Mexico and has demanded NOTHING in return!

If this is the best Obama can do, he needs to resign.(Mea culpa, mea culpa - I actually voted for this dipshit!)( Fool me once, shame on you - fool me twice, SHAME ON ME.
SHADOW

Fredericksburg, TX

#2 Apr 17, 2009
Once Obama and the socialist convince the people everything is their fault it will be much easier to control the "citizens".
Obama knows we are not the problem with Mexico yet he bows to them also.
Our own people are telling him approximately 11,000 guns were checked for country of origin.
There were approximatly 33,000 guns taken by the Mexicans in that time frame not the 11,000 that were checked. Obama knew that and still he says our US guns were fueling the drug wars in Mexico.
Hell you can't believe what the Mexican governent is saying to begin with.
Get the drugs out of mexico and the market will dry up. If it gets too hard to find drugs the dopers will stop or change habits.
Mexico is a mess and has always been. Their people will not stand and be counted, it is so much easier to illegally enter the US where they can get all the benifits a legal citizen has.
Close the borders and shoot anyone trying to enter our country from the south illegally.
But instead Mexico wants water stations erected with light beacons in the desert to help these poor people on their way to break our laws.
The ranchers used to handle this pretty well and then along came the bleeding hearts who can't see the forest for the trees and now we have to contend with a president who thinks his own country is at fault for everything going wrong in the world.
Impeach him now before it is too late.

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth, TX

#3 Apr 17, 2009
What does Mexico bring to the table?

Certainly not law and order.
Certainly not a social safety net.
Certainly not public education.
Certainly not citizens with pride in their nation.
Just mojados.
Just drugs.
Just violence.
Just crime & lots of criminals.
SHADOW

Fredericksburg, TX

#4 Apr 17, 2009
67 Utopia Marine wrote:
What does Mexico bring to the table?
Certainly not law and order.
Certainly not a social safety net.
Certainly not public education.
Certainly not citizens with pride in their nation.
Just mojados.
Just drugs.
Just violence.
Just crime & lots of criminals.
Lets be fair , they do bring disease we erraticated years ago.

Since: Jan 09

Fort Worth, TX

#5 Apr 17, 2009
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What does Mexico bring to the table?

Certainly not law and order.
Certainly not a social safety net.
Certainly not public education.
Certainly not citizens with pride in their nation.
Just mojados.
Just drugs.
Just violence.
Just crime & lots of criminals.
Just diseases that'd otherwise be extinct.
A 20% rise in our felony prison population.
Congestion to our hospitals
Congestion to our schools
Skyrocketing auto insurance in the USA
Atrociously bad grammar
passing through

Waco, TX

#6 Apr 17, 2009
actually- the majority of the Guns Listed ( but not the Majority Found/lookad at)were manufactured in the USA, BUT - they were legitimatly sold to , Exported and Imported to Foriegn Countries. Those Countries are to blame for sending them to Maxico , NOT the USA
SHADOW wrote:
Once Obama and the socialist convince the people everything is their fault it will be much easier to control the "citizens".
Obama knows we are not the problem with Mexico yet he bows to them also.
Our own people are telling him approximately 11,000 guns were checked for country of origin.
There were approximatly 33,000 guns taken by the Mexicans in that time frame not the 11,000 that were checked. Obama knew that and still he says our US guns were fueling the drug wars in Mexico.
Hell you can't believe what the Mexican governent is saying to begin with.
Get the drugs out of mexico and the market will dry up. If it gets too hard to find drugs the dopers will stop or change habits.
Mexico is a mess and has always been. Their people will not stand and be counted, it is so much easier to illegally enter the US where they can get all the benifits a legal citizen has.
Close the borders and shoot anyone trying to enter our country from the south illegally.
But instead Mexico wants water stations erected with light beacons in the desert to help these poor people on their way to break our laws.
The ranchers used to handle this pretty well and then along came the bleeding hearts who can't see the forest for the trees and now we have to contend with a president who thinks his own country is at fault for everything going wrong in the world.
Impeach him now before it is too late.
JOE

AOL

#7 Apr 19, 2009
The only thing Mexico brings to the table is their big hand grubbing for MORE American money!
Shelly Miles

Houston, TX

#8 Apr 20, 2009
All Mexico brings to us is refried beans & tortillas.
JACKIE

AOL

#9 Apr 20, 2009
Shelly Miles wrote:
All Mexico brings to us is refried beans & tortillas.
AND millions and millions of illiterate, poverty stricken illegals for American taxpayers to support, educate, medicate, feed, clothe, provide shelter, etc. I think we're getting the short end of the stick on this deal.
Rojelio

San Antonio, TX

#10 Apr 22, 2009
passing through wrote:
actually- the majority of the Guns Listed ( but not the Majority Found/lookad at)were manufactured in the USA, BUT - they were legitimatly sold to , Exported and Imported to Foriegn Countries. Those Countries are to blame for sending them to Maxico , NOT the USA
<quoted text>
Example ; If you own a car and sell it to someone else without changing the name on the title and the car is involved in an accident , who is held responsible for the damage caused by that car ?
Same with the guns , sold by the U.S. to other countries , either rub off serial # or get a bill of sale signed by the buyer .
What makes it worst is that the guns all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !
There should be stricter search requirement for people going into Mexico from the U.S. side . I think that would help..........

SHADOW

Fredericksburg, TX

#11 Apr 22, 2009
Rojelio wrote:
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Example ; If you own a car and sell it to someone else without changing the name on the title and the car is involved in an accident , who is held responsible for the damage caused by that car ?
Same with the guns , sold by the U.S. to other countries , either rub off serial # or get a bill of sale signed by the buyer .
What makes it worst is that the guns all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !
There should be stricter search requirement for people going into Mexico from the U.S. side . I think that would help..........
The number of guns that can be traced back to the US is very small. The guns do not "all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !"
Same old story, something is wrong in mexico so it must be the US's fault.
Clean up mexico and the problem goes away.
The guns are being traded in mexico by mexicans and come from all over the world and many different sources.
It is not the United States fault mexico is a third world country run by drug smugglers period.
Rojelio

San Antonio, TX

#12 Apr 22, 2009
SHADOW wrote:
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The number of guns that can be traced back to the US is very small. The guns do not "all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !"
Same old story, something is wrong in mexico so it must be the US's fault.
Clean up mexico and the problem goes away.
The guns are being traded in mexico by mexicans and come from all over the world and many different sources.
It is not the United States fault mexico is a third world country run by drug smugglers period.
JEESSSUUSS ! You're really good at taking things out of context ! You admit that the U.S. sold guns to Mexico ,Right ? Right. I have a friend in the Immigration Dept. that works out of the Laredo district and he told me about all the guns and ammunition that they have uncover in semi-trailers,cars , vans and all sorts of carriers .
He says that almost every week they conficate all kinds of weapons , even Rambo knifes . So you can see the need for stricter searches at the borders .

You are so deranged with your hatred towards Mexico that no one can make a point without you bad-mouthing the Mexican people and cutting them down with your accusations . Nobody is trying to say that it's Mexico's problem , I'm merely saying that the U.S. needs to show the legitimate side of the sales and to put a stop to the gun-runners that are going thu our borders .

Rojelio

San Antonio, TX

#13 Apr 22, 2009
I meant to say that "nobody is saying that it's the U.S. fault"
passing through

Waco, TX

#14 Apr 22, 2009
1-You posted on different string you would not reply to me and Ignore any post I made.
2- the Majority of Guns Used in Mexico get there via Nicaragua through Belize. Having aOriguinated in China ( Norinco Arms) and Ukraine/Russian Federation ( Tula Arms subsidiaty). Many were Distributed in Nicaragua , Dominica, Salvador etc during rhe 70's and 80's To Pro Communist sympathizers then , with small Arms experts/trainers Having been sent to Instruct the "rebels " there how to Use them.
Rojelio wrote:
<quoted text>
Example ; If you own a car and sell it to someone else without changing the name on the title and the car is involved in an accident , who is held responsible for the damage caused by that car ?
Same with the guns , sold by the U.S. to other countries , either rub off serial # or get a bill of sale signed by the buyer .
What makes it worst is that the guns all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !
There should be stricter search requirement for people going into Mexico from the U.S. side . I think that would help..........
passing through

Waco, TX

#15 Apr 22, 2009
I forgot to say- I agree with you that the searches for such In the USA before entry to Mexico should continue, and it would help in restricting a few weapons being there ( even 1 kept out of evil hands can save an innocent life)I agree additionally, that it is not the USA's fault, and took that point from your post.
I disagree with your comme nt toward the other Poster on "Hate" , and your Usage , misdirection toward that to demonise his/her POV.
At least we can say we agree on a few items in this topic- a first for us - after much banter back and forth
Rojelio wrote:
<quoted text>
Example ; If you own a car and sell it to someone else without changing the name on the title and the car is involved in an accident , who is held responsible for the damage caused by that car ?
Same with the guns , sold by the U.S. to other countries , either rub off serial # or get a bill of sale signed by the buyer .
What makes it worst is that the guns all come in thru the U.S./Mexico border !
There should be stricter search requirement for people going into Mexico from the U.S. side . I think that would help..........
SHADOW

Fredericksburg, TX

#16 Apr 23, 2009
Rojelio wrote:
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You're really good at taking things out of context ! You admit that the U.S. sold guns to Mexico ,Right ? Right. I have a friend in the Immigration Dept. that works out of the Laredo district and he told me about all the guns and ammunition that they have uncover in semi-trailers,cars , vans and all sorts of carriers .
He says that almost every week they conficate all kinds of weapons , even Rambo knifes . So you can see the need for stricter searches at the borders .
You are so deranged with your hatred towards Mexico that no one can make a point without you bad-mouthing the Mexican people and cutting them down with your accusations . Nobody is trying to say that it's Mexico's problem , I'm merely saying that the U.S. needs to show the legitimate side of the sales and to put a stop to the gun-runners that are going thu our borders .
Our government does not say the majority of guns come from the US.
Do I "admit that the U.S. sold guns to Mexico, no I do not. What do you mean by ther U.S.?
Of the small ammount of guns inspected, mexico did not show us all the guns they took, A small percentage were originaly sold in the US. That doesn't mean they supplied by the US.
Mexico and you are trying to convince everyone we, the US, is the sole suppier of guns to mexican drug cartels which is a lie.
You said I was "cutting them down with your accusations, the mexicans. Tell me one thing I said that was not true. If telling the truth about mexicans is cutting them down then so be it.
Mexico is a terrible place and that is why all the illegals are trying to come here.
Now tell me that is not true.
Rojelio

San Antonio, TX

#17 Apr 23, 2009
"Shadow":

If you're on this page , please go to San Antonio News on the right hand side of this page and click the fourth item down . There you can read about what's going on.........Please read it.
JACKIE

AOL

#18 Apr 28, 2009
Mexico has just brought something else to the table - a swine flu epidemic. If you look at that particular virus under a microscope, you will be able to make out the words "Hecho en Mexico." What a great accomplishment! Hey Mexico - another feather in your hat. YEA!
Rojelio

San Antonio, TX

#19 Apr 28, 2009
JACKIE wrote:
Mexico has just brought something else to the table - a swine flu epidemic. If you look at that particular virus under a microscope, you will be able to make out the words "Hecho en Mexico." What a great accomplishment! Hey Mexico - another feather in your hat. YEA!
HA ! I see you made your own contribution at the table = Hatred , Ignorance , Inimicallity , Ink'yness , Inhumanity , Etc., etc.,....... And if you could fit your fat *ss under a micro....Telescope , You can actually see the word "Borne ina Sty". BOO !
Refried Beans

San Antonio, TX

#20 Apr 28, 2009
JACKIE wrote:
Mexico has just brought something else to the table - a swine flu epidemic. If you look at that particular virus under a microscope, you will be able to make out the words "Hecho en Mexico." What a great accomplishment! Hey Mexico - another feather in your hat. YEA!
Your right,Mexico brought us the Swine-Flu,call that "Refried-Flu"

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