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    Senior Member bigtex's Avatar
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    Is Mexico Helping Drug Cartels Smuggle Drugs Into the USA?

    Watch this documentary video from Hudspeth County in Texas.

    http://www.borderlandpictures.com/borde ... erWars.mov

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    Steal jobs, sale drugs, forge documents they sure didn't learn that crap in our schools or did they it's hard to tell these days.
    Caleron is a steamy pile of you know what.
    C'mon January I can hear the shredders starting up now!
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    Thanks for posting.
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    Well, seeing as how most of Mexico is in the control of drug cartels, the answer to the question is....

    Of Course They Are!

    You don't have to be very bright to know this....
    As Aristotle said, ‚ÄúTolerance and apathy are the first virtue of a dying civilization.‚Ä

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    I don't know but Calderon seemed to be a little nervous when California was attempting to legalize marijuana this past election; enough so to come out against the measure, with some lame excuse it will only increase demand or something like that. Was he afraid it might cut into mexico's profits?
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