Wanted Mexican leftist desires social upheaval

OAXACA, Mexico Flavio Sosa is remarkably relaxed for a wanted man. As the most visible leader of a leftist movement that has rattled the Vicente Fox administration, chased state police out of this southern ... Full Story

Toronto, Canada

#1 Nov 11, 2006

Pompano Beach, FL

#2 Nov 11, 2006
FALCON wrote:
Exactly! It is really all too true. Their levels of government are defunct, often non-responsive, and deeply corrupt at many branches. The system of funding in Mexico is utterly gruesome and quite gross, leading to an inept economy that relies largely on corrupted tourism business and United States tax dollars and businesses.

Sadly, many visitors to Mexico don't get this and won't stop inadvertently supporting continued poverty and local scuffles and continued drug importation in Mexico, all via a broken Mexican economy. Unfortunately, in the end, this vicious cycle via ignorant people unfortunately leads to more illegal aliens in our country.

I, for one, will not waste my legal hard-earned tax dollars by visiting that waste of a country (Mexico) and supporting corrupted income for a dictatorship and continued illegal alien flow into our country. Stop supporting the root of the problems facing our country due to the issues in Mexico. If you want better tourism (and a good vacation for yourself) without the influence of your income funding corrupted venue, a limited economy that can't rely on better sources other than tourism, a corrupted government, and more illegal aliens on our soil, visit a cheaper, less costly alternative that is within our borders and lacks the corruption: HAWAII!

Forget Mexico, Haiti/Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the like. Quit funding more illegal aliens on our soil and the continued poverty and economic qualms in such countries via the ignorance of tourists.

Oaxaca De Juárez, Mexico

#3 Nov 11, 2006
Well, I certainly won't be vacationing in Florida. I wouldn't want my tourist dollars funding the corrupt venue there.
NewportCoastYach ts

Chula Vista, CA

#4 Nov 11, 2006
BOYCOTT MEXICO...I live on the border!

I truly and sincerely love Mexico!

However...This is TOTALLY OUT of CONTROL here now!!
I have gone over this on other threads.

San Diego CaliPHONIA
Bob Greasy

Manistee, MI

#5 Nov 11, 2006
Viva la revolución!

Hollywood, FL

#6 Nov 13, 2006
The failure of the Mexican election commission to accomplish a complete recount of the Presidential election that had less than one percent of the vote in favor of the right wing Calderson and stole the election from Obrador, the rise of the Oaxacan revolutionary movement, and the fifteen to twenty billion dollars being sent to Mexico annually from undocumented workers in the United States... all these elements will hopefully come together to bring about a genuine people's revolution in Mexico. Generations of political corruption victimizing the people of Mexico have to be accounted for. Let freedom from repression and economic injustice in Mexico remind us here in the U.S. of what we will lose if we allow our Nation to be hijacked by Corporate interests and corrupt politicians!

Oaxaca De Juárez, Mexico

#7 Nov 13, 2006
A. Definition of a stolen election--any election a leftist doesn't win.

B. Selling products overseas, and sending the money home, is good. Selling your labor, and sending the money home is bad.

C. I am shocked, shocked mind you that anyone would think politicians, whether in power or trying to get power, are corrupt anywhere in the world. I am equally shocked that anyone would think unions are corrupt. And while the corrupt forces fight for power, the working people struggle to live.

Hollywood, FL

#8 Nov 14, 2006
ALL governments are all the same.
The governments only concern is taking care of the RICH.

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Nov 14, 2006
~ regarding Flavio Sosa.... I recall, back in the 90s, a certain porn queen from Italy, who suggested that perhaps the cause of Saddam Husseins' aggression stemmed from a lack of 'love' in his life, and offered her services up in order to 'soothe the savage beast' so to speak. I am curious as to whether 'The Flav' suffers from a similar malady, and simply needs to 'vent his frustration'.
I find from the photographic representations offered up to us, that he is apparently delirious with happiness with his newfound position of fame as THE FEARLESS LEADER ( Boris and Natasha, you have a new boss ), and perhaps through unjustifiable violence, he has found his 'release'...at least that's what the hot chicks from Laguna Beach have told me regarding the
'fat ugly frog turds' that they know.

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