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Oh wait...we might have to economically prop up those Mexicans lol..... awwww such a price to pay for the safest continent on the Planet
Three years before its deadline Mexico repaid its loans from the United States in total with interest.
Indiscriminate kidnappings. Nearly daily beheadings. Gangs that mock and kill government agents.
This isn't Iraq or Pakistan. It's Mexico, which the U.S. government and a growing number of experts say is becoming one of the world's biggest security risks.
If Mexican drug violence spills across the U.S. border, Homeland Security officials say they have a contingency plan to assist border areas that includes bringing in the military.
"It's a common sense extension of our continued work with our state, local, and tribal partners in securing the southwest border," DHS spokeswoman Amy Kudwa said Friday.
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, who described the contingency plan in an interview with The New York Times this week, said he ordered specific plans to be drawn up this summer as violence in Mexico continued to mount.
Originally posted by FightLies
Originally posted by Erasurehead
There would be millions of Mexican streaming across the border looking for a better life.
sorry to be the bringer of bad news but thats been happening for years.
But I see what your saying and yeah this would be bad.
sounds like a start to a NORTH AMERICAN UNION?
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Has it ever occurred to any of you that OUR government has been covertly undermining the stabilization of Mexico for decades?
The money sent home by Mexican migrants fell in 2008 for the first time on record, Mexico's central bank said Tuesday — part of a global trend that could worsen as emigrants from developing countries lose jobs in the global financial crisis.
Remittances, Mexico's second-largest source of foreign income after oil, plunged 3.6 percent to $25 billion in 2008 compared to $26 billion for the previous year, the central bank said.