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December 13, 2010

Mexico ... America's Next Afghanistan?

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues, Political News and commentaries

Over at Redstate - a good case for 'manning up' and facing a fact that most politicians (especially the Democrat's leadership and Barack Obama) know, but few care to admit ... Mexico is fast-becoming America's next Afghanistan.

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[...] For many of us, there is a certain false security in believing that, since most of America's streets are not filled with the murder and mayhem that is going on just South of our borders, we have nothing to worry about. The feeling that most Americans likely have is: Well, it's their problem, not ours. However, that illusion of security is quickly being eroded with the stories of American police officers being threatened by Mexican drug cartels, of kidnappings and drug murders in Arizona and Texas, of control of certain parts of Arizona and forays into New Mexico and Colorado by drug cartels, of teenagers being turned into hitmen, and American tourists being kidnapped or killed while on vacation in Mexico.

Mexico, with its kidnappings and more than 28,000 murders in the last four years alone, is being terrorized. Now, instead of economic refugees coming across our borders in search of jobs and income, humanitarian refugees are fleeing Mexico in order to stay alive. However, despite all of that, if one thought that only certain parts of Mexico are under the control of the cartels, that illusion was shattered on Tuesday when this map (edit - see above) was presented on a heart-breaking post on RedState that shows that almost all of Mexico has been taken over by drug cartels.

Continue reading: Like it or Not: Mexico is Americas Next Afghanistan

Meanwhile, let's not forget that Hezbollah terrorists are entering the US through Mexican border, as Obama ignores the evidence.

Posted by Richard at December 13, 2010 7:41 AM



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