Would you like to see the good old days of the 50s back again
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#1 Mar 9, 2013
Would you like to see “the good old days of the 50s” back again,
Then come to Mexico.
Remember when you pulled into a gas station and someone came up to your car smiling and asked you how much gas would you like and do you need any oil? Then proceed to clean your windshield and you pay half as much for the gas as you do in the states. Then come to Mexico.
Would you like to go to a restaurant on the ocean and have a lobster dinner for $13.00. Would you like to pull your car up to a taco stand and have fresh shrimp or fish taco for a dollar. Then come to Mexico.
Would you like to rent a house on the beach for $600.00 a month instead of $6000.00. Pay property tax of $100.00 a year instead of thousands a month or buy a house on the beach for less than $300,000.00. Then come to Mexico.
Would you like to have full coverage health insurance that covers doctor visits and medication for a couple that costs $300.00 a year. Have car or home owners insurance for less the $600.00 a year. Then come to Mexico.
I know that there have been problems in the past between the cartels or people that are making drug deals in the middle of the night have been killed but that has stopped with our new Mexican president. Would you like to have your children go to school or go to a shopping center or a theater and not worry about them being shot. Then come to Mexico.
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