A Tight Election in Colombia Exposes a Generational Divide in Queens
Luis Guillermo Cano and Diana Pacheco moved to New York City from Colombia around the same time and for the same reason: to escape the drug gangs and guerrilla groups that had terrorized much of their country for decades.
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#1 May 28, 2010
so goes the election , so goes the country. If Santos wins Columbia will still be like it is today,safe but still rife with internal problems.
If Mockus wins then I see Colombia taking a big step backwards, yes the internal problems will be there but in this case because he has been critical of Uribe a lot what Uribe acomplished will be withdrawn and made worse.
Any man that Porkchop Chavez likes will definately be a detrement to the country,Colombia needs a strong person capable of defending the country and who like Uribe cares what happens.
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