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tomreedtoon Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-10-06 12:27 AM
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41. Time to stock up on Mexican stoplight candy!
What do you mean, "time to make our move?" What does this have to do with anything involving America's problems, aside from the NAFTA business?

The only time Bush would ever take action against this is if there was something actually threatening the American borders, or something that would cut off the flow of money of his multinational corporate pals. And given the limited trust America has in the Bush administration now, there would be one hell of an uproar against any intervention at all.

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  -Anyone thought what we'll do next week when Mexico Explodes? Wiley50  Sep-09-06 03:43 PM   #0 
  - Blame it on Clinton. He should have seen this coming.  Ezlivin   Sep-09-06 03:45 PM   #1 
  - You forgot the "sarcasm" thingy n/t  Wiley50   Sep-09-06 03:49 PM   #2 
  - lmao  elehhhhna   Sep-09-06 04:34 PM   #14 
  - Clinton TRED to do something  Jackpine Radical   Sep-09-06 04:53 PM   #17 
  - No, Clinton supported "free trade"  Ken Burch   Sep-10-06 12:28 AM   #42 
  - Wagging the Weenie...  Hubert Flottz   Sep-11-06 08:13 AM   #47 
  - She SAID you forgot the sarcasm thingy!  lonestarnot   Sep-09-06 11:26 PM   #38 
     - Well, okay then  Ezlivin   Sep-10-06 08:39 AM   #44 
     - Pardon, but I'm a He n/t  Wiley50   Sep-11-06 08:08 AM   #46 
  - Talk about a Media Blackout!!! n/t  Bonobo   Sep-09-06 03:50 PM   #3 
  - Yep, most americans don't have a clue what is happening  Wiley50   Sep-09-06 04:11 PM   #7 
  - Might interupt the ABC bullshit?  lonestarnot   Sep-09-06 11:27 PM   #39 
  - The Mexicans know how to suppress uprisings  enigma000   Sep-09-06 03:54 PM   #4 
  - I'm fairly certain Mex. Elite can't suppress this one  Wiley50   Sep-09-06 04:02 PM   #6 
  - They don't know how to suppress Oaxaca.  niallmac   Sep-09-06 04:22 PM   #12 
     - You got that right. Oaxaca is awake and there's no stopping her. nt  sfexpat2000   Sep-09-06 04:55 PM   #18 
     - Mexico was built from an uprising  newspeak   Sep-11-06 02:13 PM   #51 
  - I wonder about this...  brokensymmetry   Sep-09-06 04:01 PM   #5 
  - I think you are right about the mercenaries.  Nikki Stone 1   Sep-09-06 04:13 PM   #8 
  - I'm almost thinking that Mexico is supposed to fall to revolution in order  file83   Sep-09-06 04:17 PM   #9 
  - The "American Union" BS is a creation of Libertarian wackos.  Odin2005   Sep-11-06 02:37 PM   #53 
  - If you think illegal immigration is a problem now......  hedgehog   Sep-09-06 04:19 PM   #10 
  - holy cow that's quite a point.  elehhhhna   Sep-09-06 04:35 PM   #15 
  - You remind me of an old Mexican saying:  High Plains   Sep-09-06 05:02 PM   #21 
  - I don't know what will happen  Annces   Sep-09-06 04:21 PM   #11 
  - Try these translation tools  Danascot   Sep-09-06 07:17 PM   #29 
     - Thanks - I will try it  Annces   Sep-09-06 07:35 PM   #31 
  - I very concerned that the Mexican people are not very well armed  greyhound1966   Sep-09-06 04:23 PM   #13 
  - The Mex Mil is probably made up of, uh, Mexicans. Let's hope they  elehhhhna   Sep-09-06 04:36 PM   #16 
     - Not sure what your point is. The US military is made up of Americans  greyhound1966   Sep-09-06 04:58 PM   #19 
  - Halliburton and Walmart are funding Calderon  CollegeDUer   Sep-09-06 05:01 PM   #20 
  - I think (and hope) the OP is premature and melodramatic.  High Plains   Sep-09-06 05:10 PM   #22 
  - So there are still Mexicans down there?  Ksec   Sep-09-06 05:13 PM   #23 
  - Only about 107 million, according to a June 2006 estimate  High Plains   Sep-09-06 05:21 PM   #25 
     - hell there's more mexicans than that right here in new orleans  pitohui   Sep-09-06 05:37 PM   #26 
  - This really is under-reported.  Taxloss   Sep-09-06 05:19 PM   #24 
  - It's a non-violent revolution, and it is huge and unstoppable. If the  Peace Patriot   Sep-09-06 05:40 PM   #27 
  - How come Central and South America  Danascot   Sep-09-06 07:24 PM   #30 
  - obviously Central & S. America know not to use Diebold  Ouabache   Sep-10-06 12:59 AM   #43 
  - Yes, they're peaceful now,  Wiley50   Sep-09-06 07:43 PM   #33 
  - I'm having Nachos with my popcorn  dkofos   Sep-09-06 05:43 PM   #28 
  - As seen on a truckstop mensroom wall...  chaska   Sep-09-06 07:42 PM   #32 
  - Extra nice Graffiti catch, BTW n/t  Wiley50   Sep-09-06 07:54 PM   #34 
  - It's not 'huge and unstoppable". All other parties/countries have accepted  UTUSN   Sep-09-06 08:16 PM   #35 
  - That's an AP report. We can assume it's largely bullshit  Ken Burch   Sep-11-06 04:31 AM   #45 
     - Of course. Every single link that punctures the balloons  UTUSN   Sep-11-06 08:37 AM   #48 
        - What would you suggest?  Ken Burch   Sep-11-06 11:53 AM   #49 
  - Honestly  Truthiness Inspector   Sep-09-06 08:25 PM   #36 
  - Still, bloody or bloodless  Lifelong Protester   Sep-09-06 11:23 PM   #37 
  - Hope for the best, hope for nonviolence  bhikkhu   Sep-10-06 12:26 AM   #40 
  - Well, so far so good  Wiley50   Sep-11-06 02:07 PM   #50 
  - Time to stock up on Mexican stoplight candy!  tomreedtoon   Sep-10-06 12:27 AM   #41 
  - Support President Lopez, of course  Jack Rabbit   Sep-11-06 02:17 PM   #52 
 

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