Mexico extradites drug cartel bosses to U.S

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By Frank Jack DanielMEXICO CITY - Mexico has extradited four drug kingpins to the United States, striking a blow to warring cartels that killed 2,000 people last year and have turned large areas of the country ... Full Story
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“USA 110 - MEX 3”

Since: Dec 06

Plano, TX

#1 Jan 20, 2007
Yeap, I am sure that Jorge is eagerly awaiting to roll out the red carpet for this drug cartel friends and he will most likely be entertaining them in the White House and discussing for the future plans of how they can imprison more border patrol agents and how Jorge will make new legislation insuring immunity for all of the illegal alien drug smugglers.
Armstrong

Barnesville, OH

#2 Jan 20, 2007
Cowgirl Up wrote:
Yeap, I am sure that Jorge is eagerly awaiting to roll out the red carpet for this drug cartel friends and he will most likely be entertaining them in the White House and discussing for the future plans of how they can imprison more border patrol agents and how Jorge will make new legislation insuring immunity for all of the illegal alien drug smugglers.
COWGIRL UP, YOU'VE FELL OUT OF YOU TREE. MAYBE YOU FEEL BETTER IF YOU CHANGED YOUR NAME TO "COWGIRL GO DOWN". GET RID OF THE ANGER COWGIRL DOWN..

“USA 110 - MEX 3”

Since: Dec 06

Plano, TX

#3 Jan 20, 2007
Armstrong wrote:
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COWGIRL UP, YOU'VE FELL OUT OF YOU TREE. MAYBE YOU FEEL BETTER IF YOU CHANGED YOUR NAME TO "COWGIRL GO DOWN". GET RID OF THE ANGER COWGIRL DOWN..
Armstrong you are obviously not familiar with the terminology of the cowboy/girl world, because I have named myself very appropriately and it fits me just fine. You see when a horse kicks and throws you off, you cowboy/cowgirl up, meaning you get back on.

And in my response to Jorge and his drug cartel amigos, I find my name even more fitting because no matter how hard he tries to buck off the American people and destroy us, we all should Cowboy/Cowgirl Up. If I seem a tad bit angered by Jorge, well you are absolutely correct, I will give you that, and I have no one to blame but myself, like the saying goes, Fool me once shame on you (in this case, Jorge) and Fool me twice, well shame on me.... I voted for him, that puts the blame on me and I accept my mistake and regret that I was blinded by his lies that he actually cared about the United States and the American people, for it is all tooooooo clear he cares more for Mexico and whatever agenda that they are pushing for.
Chief Diversity Officer

Houston, TX

#4 Jan 20, 2007
They were only dealing the drugs that Americans were too lazy to deal. These cartel leaders employ a lot of people that have families. What will happen to them? This is so unfair. We need to take care of these people!
Joyce

Lubbock, TX

#5 Jan 20, 2007
Felipe Calderon will probably end like all the others in Mexico that have tried to fight cartels ,he may mean well ,but it could cost him his life .Do a search on Jaime Javier Figueroa Soto ,a drug lord who LIVED in the united states.The story on him is interesting .
Out Of Texas Now

Barnesville, OH

#6 Jan 20, 2007
As the story relates, THIS HAS NEVER been done by Mexico; however, there IS a new President who HAS taken steps to stop the horrific drug crimes/drug lords. He immediately moved troops into cities to stop violence and make arrests. My husband did joke they were coming here to possibly get pardoned, but it was tongue in cheek, based on the horrific situation of the 2 border patrol agents. WHILE Bush was Texas' Gov, we DID start hollering about the # of illegals who "suddenly" became the #1 minority in Tx. We asked WHY and we requested to STOP IT, way back then. Sending these SERIOUS criminals to the US? This is a story to watch, whatever we are allowed to know by the media. In fact, where are ALL those illegals from the Swift raids? That "story" "died," didn't it?
Joyce

Lubbock, TX

#7 Jan 20, 2007
Out Of Texas Now wrote:
As the story relates, THIS HAS NEVER been done by Mexico; however, there IS a new President who HAS taken steps to stop the horrific drug crimes/drug lords. He immediately moved troops into cities to stop violence and make arrests. My husband did joke they were coming here to possibly get pardoned, but it was tongue in cheek, based on the horrific situation of the 2 border patrol agents. WHILE Bush was Texas' Gov, we DID start hollering about the # of illegals who "suddenly" became the #1 minority in Tx. We asked WHY and we requested to STOP IT, way back then. Sending these SERIOUS criminals to the US? This is a story to watch, whatever we are allowed to know by the media. In fact, where are ALL those illegals from the Swift raids? That "story" "died," didn't it?
The border patrol agents should have been punished ONLY for not following protocol on the reporting issue ,and surely that would not have been 12 years ? And to take the word of a drug dealer is really way out in space ,like he was going to be HONEST ?But heck the President wouldn't stop a mentaly handicapped woman from being starved to death ,so why would he pardon the border agents?
El Skunko

San Martin, CA

#8 Jan 21, 2007
Felipe was trembling for four minutes, reciting the speedy inauguration form. However, Hillary will embellish him with $$$$, so he can slowly make sure that Mexican women, like our women, have sex-free, Lunesta nights!!! Hahhahahhahaaa!!!!!
Forest Gump

Gilberts, IL

#9 Jan 21, 2007
As long as drugs are illegal,some one will sell,and make them! ITS THE MONEY!
Chief Diversity Officer

Catarina, TX

#10 Jan 21, 2007
Forest Gump wrote:
As long as drugs are illegal,some one will sell,and make them! ITS THE MONEY!
10-4. Legalize and tax it. We learned this lesson during prohibition.
Out Of Texas Now

Barnesville, OH

#11 Jan 21, 2007
Ah, gee, MORE "twist" what is really happening for our problems will illegals? "Railroad Scutiny at Border Disputerd" Sunday, Jan 21, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - "A train safety showdown is coming to the streets of Laredo." US railroads inspect trains after crossing border. Union Pacific Railroad is asking the feds to ALLOW the inspections to be made by MEXICAN employees..."to reduce the traffic congestion that idling trains cause by blocking street intersections in Laredo."
US union railroad workers are fighting this for INSPECTION SAFETY PURPOSES....allowing trains to run from WITHIN Mexico to San Antonio, Atlana, New Orleans, ST. Louis and hundreds of other cities without safety inspections." Another "way" to get Mexico IN the US + the North American Union Bush signed March, 2005,+ no closed borders + the sinful situation with the 2 now in prison agents..
and this story about convicted drug lords coming to US for "judgement?" Oh, "point of entry" for the 1 train a day entry? Nuevo Laredo...we ALL know that Mex town is a criminal volucano 24/7.
"legalize and tax it during prohibition" was alcohol only....not drugs. Missouri's news, before the horrific ice storm, was nightly coverage on the "Mexican supply of Meth in Missouri"...named ONE SOURCE = Mexico.

“USA 110 - MEX 3”

Since: Dec 06

Wylie, TX

#12 Jan 21, 2007
Chief Diversity Officer wrote:
<quoted text>10-4. Legalize and tax it. We learned this lesson during prohibition.
I could only agree that the drugs should be made legal if it is restricted to certain states, for example the states that I would only like to see drugs legal in is North Dakota, South Dakota, Northern Wyoming and in fact, give 50% discounts on drugs in the months from Dec thru March and let them do as much drugs as they care to and then a couple times a week a state garbage truck can come sweeping by the streets and scrap up all of the frozen bodies from the drug overdoses. Works for me. Cuz I sure don't want people falling out in my street from the drugs.... you see, if y'all haven't noticed this country has a HUGE problem with gluttony (just look at the obesity, sexual addictions and etc.) and I shutter to think if they made the drugs legal, my God, the overdosed bodies would be stacked up like firewood in the streets and of course, if little 4 year Johnny pitches a fit because he wants what mommy and daddy are consuming .... well mommy and daddy will have to pass the weed, crack or needle full of herion to him because they want to be cool parents....

Am I stretching the truth, seriously I am NOT, in fact, if anything I am being very limited in my take on the legalization of drugs.....
concerned

Richardson, TX

#13 Jan 21, 2007
Out of Texas Now: You may want to arm yourself with the SPP page 12 Establish A Seamless North American Market for Trade......require the three governments (US_MEX_CANADA) Move Beyond the CONFINES of current Legislative (in other words the LAW) ...If border officials do not need to inspect the Origions of the products crossing the border ...(p22)begin with a phased suspensions in sectors of laws governing unfair trade practices.
planned_changes

Richardson, TX

#14 Jan 21, 2007
Out Of Texas Now wrote:
Ah, gee, MORE "twist" what is really happening for our problems will illegals? "Railroad Scutiny at Border Disputerd" Sunday, Jan 21, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - "A train safety showdown is coming to the streets of Laredo." Oh, "point of entry" for the 1 train a day entry? Nuevo Laredo...we ALL know that Mex town is a criminal volucano 24/7.
Excellent post: Here is another take: Behavioral Science It does not matter which proposal is excepted or what 'reason' finally works. What matters is Acceptance. Children as young as 1st grade across America in the guise of Drug Education, were given a series of senarios. 1)life boat 2) fall out shelter 3) airplane crash you get the picture. Sometimes it included discriptions: a homeless man with a sac lunch, a very old sick woman, a doctor, a woman and her young child. They had to pick x number of people say 6 out of 10 to go in the life boat.(sometimes they were to pick their own classmates) Now pick 6. time spent picking 6, then they get into the boat. IT DID NOT MATTER WHO was Chosen, just that some were NOT chosen.(though focus always seemed to be on the chosen). Later they realized the others were left to most certainly die. Called a forced grid choice. So, again this is not new. IT does not matter what train for which the exception is made. It is much easier to slide by the next ones. In reading SPP it seems obvious to me this science is employed. Ever complained about something to be told,'you are the ONLY one who has even questioned this!' How about, walking into a situation that many have complained about but furniture has already been moved.(many parents objected to a merge of classrooms greatly raising the student/teacher ratio. Though told they were being ask for their opinion, sencing great opposition, the facillators went ahead and made the change, thus making it difficult for protest.
YOWZER

Hephzibah, GA

#15 Jan 21, 2007
is that like what they call compensation for all the illegals they have sent here.
Out Of Texas Now

Barnesville, OH

#16 Jan 22, 2007
Living in Tx, born, reared there for 59 yrs, been in retired home (Ark) since July, the Dallas-FW & other AM talk radio programs started over 1 yr ago talking about the SPP, the "secret" Waco treaty, the planned Trans Texas "mega" highway. The last news analysis = this "news" was kept regional,in Texas. In the past 6 months, NOW, more conservative talk shows are delving into those gov't SPP pages....TRY typing in "FEMA camps in USA"...and there, you will hopefully "read through" what the gov't intension is ..it is NOT the Muslims,it is NOT illegals, it is for those who speak against the govt..esepcially what IS going on by our "you want it, we'll give it to you gov't" in order to implement the One World Gov't.
Why aren't southern borders closed? Why is it the fence will be built, followed by the fence won't be built. Pres turns his back. He stated that "the borders in Iraq MUST be protected"...as we have screamed, daily, WATCH what is happening here! TOO many citizens do NOT know about any and/or all of the "plans" cause it is NOT in the media. The only reason Texas is on board is that Texas ranchers took 1 cup of dirt to Austin and told Perry "this is the only dirt you will get" as they are now informed of the 1 mil Texans who will LOSE their land & properties. A meeting was held, N. Texas, in N. Richland Hills (Tarrant Co) last Sept...with another one planned for Dec ABOUT the TT highway.
It is only a beginning. This article about the Mexican inspectors....parallels the plans for the SPP's highway....as Kansas City, KS...will be the "port of inspection" ONLY by Mexicans. As I write this, a Mexican Counsulate is being built in KC, KS...with US tax payer $$. The Dem Congress is on it's way for aministy, which IS what Pres wanted in the 1st place. I MISS my home state and my friends VERY much...but I do not miss the nightmares we personally experienced or the FEAR of what could have happened, and in some ways did, by our exposure to the Mexicans who crossed our path, were in our neighborhood, at work, working under their fake everything and costing tax payers ZILLIONS of $$s...while they get away with crimes, have brought in diseases once eradicated from the US. The mega hwy has a 50 yr completion date. The North American Community used to have a 2010 date, now it is hopefully scheduled to be implemented by the end of 2007. The House just passed House Bill #1...which establishes a US-wide driver's license "id chip"....it's not for illegal "tracking." Oh, and the news last week...the US and Mexico is planning to GIVE illegals crossing the borders....a tracking device...so should they get too cold, too hungry, too whatever....they can be tracked and helped...so they don't die. This was in the Dallas Morn News, on line, which is a terrific, daily update ON "border betrayal" as Lou Dobbs addresses it every nite on CNN. If WE can share our disgust with each other...WHY don't our elected oficials represent their constituents? I have NO faith in gov't because they PROVE they will not insure faith or trust. Good night, dear friends.
Out Of Texas Now

Barnesville, OH

#17 Jan 22, 2007
On radio just 15 min ago, Derry Brownfield, nation-wide - Tuesday in Jefferson City, MO, a meeting will be held in the State Capitol Rotunda, presenting to that State's Rep + a petition to US Congress to STOP NAFTA. The organization has been and will continue to go to ALL US States to stop it, inform State Reps and their Congressional Reps. Another caller READ "new bidders on the mega hwy are Arab countries, in addition to the billionaire in Spain" Get the hwy in? And there will be no "illegals." We will not have the US sending criminal drug lords to the US because the plan is to have ALL 3 countries have the "same" judicial system.

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#18 Jan 22, 2007
Chief Diversity Officer wrote:
They were only dealing the drugs that Americans were too lazy to deal. These cartel leaders employ a lot of people that have families. What will happen to them? This is so unfair. We need to take care of these people!
We have been ,every time a addict BUYS or Kills or steals for thier main exported product WE take care of the aftermath of thier business adventures over here.Those cartels KILL even thier own to get what they want .Our law enforcement has a heck of a job to do ,at the risk of thier OWN lives and families lives.Think YOU could do a better job Get off the net and GO DO IT ! Within the boundries of OUR laws.

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#19 Jan 22, 2007
Cowgirl Up wrote:
<quoted text>
I could only agree that the drugs should be made legal if it is restricted to certain states, for example the states that I would only like to see drugs legal in is North Dakota, South Dakota, Northern Wyoming and in fact, give 50% discounts on drugs in the months from Dec thru March and let them do as much drugs as they care to and then a couple times a week a state garbage truck can come sweeping by the streets and scrap up all of the frozen bodies from the drug overdoses. Works for me. Cuz I sure don't want people falling out in my street from the drugs.... you see, if y'all haven't noticed this country has a HUGE problem with gluttony (just look at the obesity, sexual addictions and etc.) and I shutter to think if they made the drugs legal, my God, the overdosed bodies would be stacked up like firewood in the streets and of course, if little 4 year Johnny pitches a fit because he wants what mommy and daddy are consuming .... well mommy and daddy will have to pass the weed, crack or needle full of herion to him because they want to be cool parents....
Am I stretching the truth, seriously I am NOT, in fact, if anything I am being very limited in my take on the legalization of drugs.....
You left out one other addiction "THE INTERNET" I have that one but I can control it ,by hitting the 'shut down" button.I got a handle on it when the bank pointed out I was signing my checks with my screen name .
William Butcher Ray

Mesa, AZ

#20 Jan 23, 2007
Dry up the Market and you will dry up the drugs! The US has the highest amount of drug users on earth who are willing to pay over $100.00 a gram for cocain and far more for heroin. We need to get ourselves back to the basic values that made us great. We lost that somewhere along the way and we blame others for our failures and misgivings. After China, we incarcerate more people than any one on earth, doesn't this tell you anything? We got the money, but everyone else it seems have the values.

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