To-do list for Obama and Mexico's new...

To-do list for Obama and Mexico's new president

There are 6 comments on the CNN story from Nov 26, 2012, titled To-do list for Obama and Mexico's new president. In it, CNN reports that:

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Since: Jan 07

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#1 Nov 26, 2012
Their to do list discussion? Well certainly the new drug cartel leader, El Presidente Nieto, will want to discuss how to increase drug use among American teens and bringing more drugs into the US. And of course they will also want to discuss how to bring in more illegals to be cared for at US tax payers expense.

Since: Oct 12

Johnson City, TN

#2 Nov 26, 2012
Heard of the NorthAmerican Union? Canada,U.S. and Mexico joing forces. Wahahhaah. Look it up . You still have the freedom to do so. Obama has signed a Secret Cyber Security DIRECtive and he will NOT let the Congress read it.
Sirius

Cortazar, Mexico

#3 Nov 26, 2012
DavidH64 wrote:
Their to do list discussion? Well certainly the new drug cartel leader, El Presidente Nieto, will want to discuss how to increase drug use among American teens and bringing more drugs into the US. And of course they will also want to discuss how to bring in more illegals to be cared for at US tax payers expense.
To do list for Peña Nieto: To have a better relationship with Asia and Russia, and the countries in Europe that want a win-win relationship, and put less attention to the USA.

Many South American countries do just that and it works.

We have to cut much relationship with violent Junkies.

Regards.
Send Em Back

Prescott Valley, AZ

#4 Nov 27, 2012
High on the list should be a fast track deportation rail line that hooks up with Amtrac - Add an extra car on every train and then ship them across the border. Mexico can pay us $25 per head and our debts will be paid off in a hurry.

Since: Jan 07

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#5 Nov 27, 2012
Sirius wrote:
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To do list for Peña Nieto: To have a better relationship with Asia and Russia, and the countries in Europe that want a win-win relationship, and put less attention to the USA.
Many South American countries do just that and it works.
We have to cut much relationship with violent Junkies.
Regards.
Ahhh!! Nieto is looking to expand his drug trade with other countries. Gotcha.
I think the Vietnamese and Laotian may get their feathers ruffled. They have the market cornered in that part of the world.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#6 Nov 27, 2012
Sirius wrote:
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To do list for Peña Nieto: To have a better relationship with Asia and Russia, and the countries in Europe that want a win-win relationship, and put less attention to the USA.
Many South American countries do just that and it works.
We have to cut much relationship with violent Junkies.
Regards.
Mexico and the rest of the world have serious drug problems.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/12/russ...

As one person put it. Open up channels to Mexico for trade and the drugs will flow to other countires as well. What would stop them? This is a situation the drug dealers would relish, and it would create more addicts and users. Afganistan and other countries would have more competition.

I watched a special on the United Kingdom. I had no idea how rampant drug use was there. Just like in Mexico people carrying small bags of cocaine is not uncommon. Actually use of I believe any drug in Mexico is legal. They are many rehabilitation centers. Many are ran and used by cartels. They pay their hit-men with drugs. Marijuana is a staple in many peoples lives here.

Lets face it the violence and the use of drugs is in Mexico and being imported to the USA. It is strangely the Blacks and the Mexican Hispanic gangs that are supplying most of the violence. They are actually the main perpetrators percentage wise when it comes to drug violence. So it is being imported into the united states not just in drug form, but also in human drug dealer form.

60 or 70% of the most violent cities in the world are Hispanic I read the other day. They will also be imported to other countries just like it is in the USA.

That is what happens when a country is the biggest buyer of everything in the world. More money and more success. You look at China and they say the country is doing great. They say Mexico is doing great. But it is the top elite and the Government that are doing great. Go on the streets and talk to the people and see how they live. They do not get to share in that wealth. Americas share in the wealth but things are changing. Things are going South in the USA also, as wages are creeping downward and prices upward.

America is not alone in violence or drug use.

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