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Mexico May Get More Anti-Drug Aid

• Washington Post
The Obama administration has concluded that Mexico is working hard to protect human rights while its army and police battle the drug cartels, paving the way for the release of millions of dollars in additional federal aid. The Merida Initiative, a three-year, $1.4 billion assistance program passed by Congress to help Mexico fight drug trafficking, requires the State Department to state that the country is taking steps to protect human rights and to punish polic

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Comment by Richard Stone (13631)
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 Red you must be having a bad day and taking too much meth. It is hard for me to decide which is better, to ignore an angry lib with a chip on your shoulder that has nothing constructive to say or tell you that you need to go play somewhere else because you are a pain in the a**. Could anyone else out there help me make a decision, suggestions would be appreciated

Comment by Lola Flores (20562)
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 I'd imagine the anti-drug money is to aid the drug dealers and the drug trade, correct?

Comment by Brock Lorber (11655)
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Weapons?  Check.  Indoctrination? Check.  Maliciousness? Check.  Transportation? Check.  Technology? Check.  Intelligence? Check.  Asset seizure? Check.  Proper incentives for judges, prosecutors, and defense lawyers? Check.  Propaganda? Check.  Bribes? Excuse me, political contributions? Check. 

If we have all that, why can't we win this damn war?  I know!  We just need more money! 

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