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Mexican Cartel Drug war
Friday, March 27, 2009 8:40 PM on j-body.org
listen to those shots. The war tell has better weapons than the Mexian police


another video. Get killed by the police or get killed by the cartel





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Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Friday, March 27, 2009 8:59 PM on j-body.org
Tijuana Shoot Out

sorry is in Spanish, but we get the point
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Friday, March 27, 2009 9:10 PM on j-body.org
And its mostly evil America's fault right? Bring on the assault weapons ban Dear Leader.

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“Poor Al Gore. Global warming completely debunked via the very Internet you invented. Oh, oh, the irony!” -Jon Stewart
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Friday, March 27, 2009 11:18 PM on j-body.org
ScottaWhite wrote:

And its mostly evil America's fault right? Bring on the assault weapons ban Dear Leader.

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Close the border!!
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 7:50 AM on j-body.org
I just have to comment on how hardcore that first reporter was. In this country you wouldn't catch a cameraman within earshot of a shootout, much less someone who actually puts their face in front of the camera.

I say let the cartels kill each other off.
ScottaWhite wrote:

And its mostly evil America's fault right? Bring on the assault weapons ban Dear Leader.
Partially, yes. We are importing the drugs they are killing over. If we'd just start legalizing the @!#$, some of these problems would go away, and we'd be able to go party south of the border again. It would also help cleanse the healthcare system of drug-seekers.
I'm not sure what an assault weapons ban has to do with it?
spoiler wrote:

Close the border!!
Right, because that would stop them




fortune cookie say: better a delay than a disaster
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 7:51 AM on j-body.org
If we must leave Iraq, then spend 10 billion per month lining the border with humvees, and, oh......about 10,000 armed troops.


“Poor Al Gore. Global warming completely debunked via the very Internet you invented. Oh, oh, the irony!” -Jon Stewart
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 8:17 AM on j-body.org
ScottaWhite wrote:

If we must leave Iraq, then spend 10 billion per month lining the border with humvees, and, oh......about 10,000 armed troops.
I'd prefer putting that towards the national deficit, or reforming some of the more screwy federal systems.

You can line the border, but it still won't be more than 50% effective, and I'd put money on it.




fortune cookie say: better a delay than a disaster
Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 11:46 AM on j-body.org
ScottaWhite wrote:

And its mostly evil America's fault right? Bring on the assault weapons ban Dear Leader.

Since you seem to pride yourself as being a living stereotype of Republicans, lets ask one of Washington's last true Conservatives(and one of the few still deserving of respect) - Ron Paul

bk3k wrote:

Thank you Ron Paul -
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Calling his efforts part of "two very popular marijuana films," Baldwin even acknowledged his filmography as a point of credibility to bolster his argument that "marijuana leads to doing worse things."

"That's just a fact," claimed Baldwin. "I don't care what anybody says. What the debate is. If you smoke marijuana at a young age, that'll usually lead to alcohol abuse and harder drugs."

Paul dismissed his concern as "silly."

"The most addictive drug in the country, in the world, is nicotine," he said. "Nobody talks about nicotine being a gateway drug, so there's no sense to that. And besides, [marijuana] is not nearly as addictive as alcohol. If you're a consistent person and you think the government should be regulating personal behavior, you should be in favor of prohibition of alcohol."

Attributing the earlier prohibition for the creation of "the Al Capone's," he drew a clear connection between current prohibition policies in the US and the escalating cartel war in Mexico.

"You know the people who benefit most by these laws?" he asked. "These are the drug cartels. They lobby to keep these laws in place because they can't exist without them."


I had already posted that in the medical marijuana thread so I just quoted myself out of laziness. But this is a point I've made for a while too. Apparently common sense on drug policy isn't monopolized by one party. Open your eyes to reality.





Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 12:49 PM on j-body.org
^ Ron Paul just keeps getting better and better.

i never knew that he was for marijuana legalization.




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Re: Mexican Cartel Drug war
Saturday, March 28, 2009 5:49 PM on j-body.org
If they legalize marijuana people can grow it in their back yards and sell it (under ground sales). plant it, let it grow and then let it dry and then roll it and then smoke it.

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