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robertpaulsen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-16-07 12:40 PM
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76. Have and have nots is right.
Reich-wingers rail on against class war without realizing they are creating the exploitative conditions that lead to it. In the case of Mexico, they have no idea what they are really in for.

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  -We need to wake up to what's going on in Mexico NOW. robertpaulsen  Jul-14-07 01:54 PM   #0 
  - Thanks for posting - recommended  williesgirl   Jul-14-07 01:55 PM   #1 
  - If it is peak oil  zonmoy   Jul-14-07 01:56 PM   #2 
  - When it happens to Mexico it happens to us...if I read the  snappyturtle   Jul-14-07 02:18 PM   #5 
  - also sooner or later we are also going to need to lose our addiction to  zonmoy   Jul-14-07 02:47 PM   #11 
     - Mexico is heavily invested in USA -- why not in Mexco and Mexican future?  defendandprotect   Jul-14-07 10:10 PM   #36 
        - You are right  zonmoy   Jul-15-07 12:11 AM   #41 
  - We can still use coal and wood. It worked pretty well in the industrial revoution nt  conspirator   Jul-15-07 05:18 AM   #43 
     - they both were filthy, polluting energy sources. we can do better than that. n/t  ourbluenation   Jul-15-07 10:11 AM   #53 
     - wood has limited renewability and coal is nonrenewable  zonmoy   Jul-15-07 02:40 PM   #61 
  - Thanks for posting that.  GliderGuider   Jul-14-07 02:10 PM   #3 
  - Thanks for staying on top of this issue. That's an important link you posted.  robertpaulsen   Jul-14-07 05:55 PM   #22 
     - IMO the two most important recent papers on Peak Oil are Hirsch and Robelius  GliderGuider   Jul-15-07 07:56 AM   #48 
        - Good Lord! I had not read this before.  robertpaulsen   Jul-15-07 12:14 PM   #57 
  - K/R  Harvey Korman   Jul-14-07 02:17 PM   #4 
  - thanks for posting--k and r  bbgrunt   Jul-14-07 02:18 PM   #6 
  - Border State Implications  rwenos   Jul-14-07 02:19 PM   #7 
  - I'm curious as to what you think Texans and Californians should  snappyturtle   Jul-14-07 02:40 PM   #9 
  - Both of your Options  rwenos   Jul-14-07 02:52 PM   #12 
  - Exactly. Hence the KBR contracts for concentration camps.  robertpaulsen   Jul-14-07 06:01 PM   #23 
  - Arizona's a lot easier to get into because it's so flat  AZBlue   Jul-14-07 10:36 PM   #39 
  - A generalized war in the Mid-East would have a couple likely  leveymg   Jul-15-07 07:56 AM   #47 
     - Ah, Children of Men. Good analogy.  robertpaulsen   Jul-15-07 05:36 PM   #67 
  - Oil privatized  truedelphi   Jul-15-07 09:30 AM   #50 
  - Ah, but Pershing never could  ProudDad   Jul-14-07 08:23 PM   #30 
  - Know him? I had lunch with him!  TahitiNut   Jul-14-07 10:15 PM   #38 
     - I've got his picture up on the wall  ProudDad   Jul-15-07 02:43 PM   #62 
  - That's not the initial reason Pershing went to Mexico City  michele77   Jul-15-07 08:47 PM   #70 
  - Very interesting.  diamidue   Jul-14-07 02:31 PM   #8 
  - Very good post and a topic that trumps ALL OTHERS!  Texas Explorer   Jul-14-07 02:41 PM   #10 
  - Everyone is worried about Global Warming, but it's Peak Oil that will get us  GliderGuider   Jul-14-07 04:47 PM   #16 
  - While I have your attention, Paul, I want to take the opportunity  Texas Explorer   Jul-14-07 05:29 PM   #21 
  - Yes, most of these posts are looking only at the peak oil aspect  jwirr   Jul-14-07 09:45 PM   #35 
  - Keeping "them" out of the US? Have You seen the movie, "Babel"?  JDPriestly   Jul-15-07 12:31 PM   #58 
     - I did not say that this is what I would do. I said that I think that this is  jwirr   Jul-15-07 10:06 PM   #71 
     - Yes, Texas is tied to mexico as well.  Perragrande   Jul-16-07 12:01 AM   #73 
  - Well said  Altean Wanderer   Jul-15-07 03:12 PM   #65 
  - I love your photography.  BeHereNow   Jul-16-07 12:28 AM   #74 
     - Thanks. I keep it around to remind me of simpler and more enjoyable times.  GliderGuider   Jul-16-07 07:43 AM   #75 
  - Peak Oil may also be a problem in Saudi Arabia...  AntiFascist   Jul-14-07 07:30 PM   #28 
  - Nice website.  NoFederales   Jul-15-07 06:09 AM   #44 
  - Never ending war all right  seemslikeadream   Jul-14-07 02:55 PM   #13 
  - Have and have nots is right.  robertpaulsen   Jul-16-07 12:40 PM   #76 
  - afternoon kick  DemReadingDU   Jul-14-07 03:53 PM   #14 
  - Gotta keep this kicked!!!! kick kick n/t  snappyturtle   Jul-14-07 04:26 PM   #15 
  - I agree Mexico is doomed but not about it being the center issue of 2008  wuushew   Jul-14-07 05:12 PM   #17 
  - If you're right, then the next President is in for serious whiplash.  robertpaulsen   Jul-14-07 06:26 PM   #27 
  - There are a number of erroneous statements in the Paul Chefurka quotes  Peace Patriot   Jul-14-07 05:20 PM   #18 
  - Paul Chefurka is a DUer.  robertpaulsen   Jul-14-07 06:15 PM   #25 
  - Okay, I didn't know he was a DUer. DU is a big place, getting bigger all the time.  Peace Patriot   Jul-14-07 09:33 PM   #34 
  - There are a number of reflexive imputations in your analysis of my analysis :-)  GliderGuider   Jul-14-07 10:14 PM   #37 
  - You present one point of view on the events in Mexico.  JDPriestly   Jul-15-07 12:46 PM   #59 
  - I've been thinking for a while that Mexico is heading toward revolution..  Virginia Dare   Jul-14-07 05:24 PM   #19 
  - Great, I was just getting used to being optimistic again.  progressoid   Jul-14-07 05:27 PM   #20 
  - Narco News....  Joanne98   Jul-14-07 06:11 PM   #24 
  - my sister-who works out of El Paso says the makeup of people crossing the border  w8liftinglady   Jul-14-07 06:16 PM   #26 
  - End the phony "war on drugs"  ProudDad   Jul-14-07 08:26 PM   #31 
  - A good, hard left wing revolution in MX ought to get the Red Dawners all upset.  roamer65   Jul-14-07 08:29 PM   #32 
     - No sh*t.  ProudDad   Jul-15-07 02:47 PM   #64 
  - K & R n/t  Holly_Hobby   Jul-14-07 08:10 PM   #29 
  - wow, I predicted a year ago that Robbern would leave office in 2012  MisterP   Jul-14-07 08:35 PM   #33 
  - they are still finding bodies from 68  madrchsod   Jul-14-07 11:56 PM   #40 
  - Modern Oil Production  Blackbird_Highway   Jul-15-07 12:57 AM   #42 
  - Great analysis, Blackbird_Highway!  robertpaulsen   Jul-15-07 11:58 AM   #55 
  - I think I posted this over on EE - Mexico is the beta test for peak oil  hatrack   Jul-15-07 10:31 PM   #72 
  - Great post. Extremely disturbing, too. K&R  Pooka Fey   Jul-15-07 06:10 AM   #45 
  - I know. Good to see you again!  robertpaulsen   Jul-15-07 11:59 AM   #56 
  - Bookmarked. I expect to refer to this in the near future (unfortunately). . . n/t  annabanana   Jul-15-07 06:19 AM   #46 
  - Mexico's got a shit ton of sun - they should go solar.  Bread and Circus   Jul-15-07 08:57 AM   #49 
  - U.S. farmers are on track to grow their biggest corn crop ever, an astonishing 12.8 billion bushels  kansasblue   Jul-15-07 09:30 AM   #51 
  - Now if we can just do as Brazil does and use only  truedelphi   Jul-15-07 09:34 AM   #52 
  - This is a deviant policy  ProudDad   Jul-15-07 02:46 PM   #63 
  - Not if Mother Nature doesn't "cooperate"!  Delphinus   Jul-15-07 07:21 PM   #69 
  - Yes, Peak Oil is hitting Mexico...  JacquesMolay   Jul-15-07 10:40 AM   #54 
  - K & R  OwnedByFerrets   Jul-15-07 01:30 PM   #60 
  - I wouldn't worry about Mexico dissolving as a nation-state.  BrainGlutton   Jul-15-07 03:48 PM   #66 
  - Guerrillas bomb Pemex pipelines  Popol Vuh   Jul-15-07 05:50 PM   #68 

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