UberDave: "Look, buddy, your car was upside down when we got here. And as for your Grandma, she shouldn't have mouthed off like that!"
ShawnDoc: I don't know, sound like Tea Party heaven. Who needs police and prosecutors, we'll just form our own vigilante group.
violentsalvation: At what point will we formally declare Mexico a failed state? Corruption is everywhere, public officials who cannot be corrupted are killed. There is no free press because journalists who actually report their civil war are killed. Over six years, estimates up to 100,000 dead, 1.6 million displaced refugees. All for an unwinnable drug war.
violentsalvation: Can anyone tell me if whatever substance you or your friends favor has seen a jump in price or reduced availability over the last six years? People I know who use have told me no, but that might be because my proximity to the border.
Rapmaster2000: I was thinking more of a vigilante leader like this:
echomike23: [global.fncstatic.com image 660x371]beretta ar 70/90 and a ruger 10/22...interesting.
Mikey1969: Hundreds of armed vigilantes have taken control of a town on a major highway in the Pacific coast state of Guerrero, arresting local police officers and searching homes after a vigilante leader was killed. Several opened fire on a car of Mexican tourists headed to the beach for Easter week.And that, my friends,is why vigilantism is a bad, BAD idea...
Nadie_AZ: Los PePes II: Mexican Boogaloo
YoOjo: Which way is the prevailing wind?I'm pretty sure we could nuke the whole country into oblivion and then waft all that glow-in-the-dark goodness Guatemala way.
violentsalvation: At what point will we formally declare Mexico a failed state?
MaudlinMutantMollusk: echomike23: [global.fncstatic.com image 660x371]beretta ar 70/90 and a ruger 10/22...interesting.You sure? That stock seems long for a 10/22
bsharitt: So when does Mexico fully achieve failed state status and our immigration problem turns into a refugee problem?
ecmoRandomNumbers: YoOjo: Which way is the prevailing wind?I'm pretty sure we could nuke the whole country into oblivion and then waft all that glow-in-the-dark goodness Guatemala way.The prevailing wind is straight into the USA. That's where our monsoons come from in summer.
Spanky3woods: Less Mexico. More TinaMy Gawd that woman was hot back in the day.Dem legs!
spacelord321: It wasn't just the drug war. We share the blame for allowing our corporations to close shop and move to Mexico, where they could pay the Mexicans next to nothing and toss them out on their asses when they became too old. It really is disgusting what we have helped do to their country.
BojanglesPaladin: This would have never happened if Mexico had gun control laws./ ....
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