What’s worh Going to War For? Iraq – No, not in my opinion. Drug Lords from Mexico that Kidnap little children from their homes, yes this is worth going to war for. This is worth losing the Iraq war. This is worth pulling the troops out of Iraq immediately to protect our borders. Isn’t this something that we need Federal Troops for. The article states that in Mexico over 500 children have been kidnapped from their homes by Drug Lords. This sounds like a war to me. The kidnapping of a six year old from his home is Pearl Harbor to me. It appears that while our leaders are wrapped up in the Middle East, Iraq, and Georgia that they are not watching our borders. This drug war is nothing new, I’ve been reading about it for over a year, mainly from the headline Texas college Students are warned to stay away from nearby Mexico for Spring Break because of Drug Wars. Come on Folks, Can’t we elect political leaders that actually care about us.
Here are links that I’ve found related to the Mexican Drug War and in some cases what some call the American Drug War. Meanwhile: Bubba has sent the troops to Afghanistan to “yeah right” look for Bin Laden and protect the Poppies.
Drug War Zone Rattles U.S. Border Must Read Dates all the Way Back 2006 (This is Crazy we should have done something about this “drug problem” years ago.
Mexico’s Drug war Shows a Virulent Feminine Side Interesting
Mexicans Fleeing Drug War Help El Paso House Market This article written in September details that Mexican citizens are buying houses in El Paso Texas, and returning to work in Mexico because they are afraid that there children will be kidnapped by Mexican Gangs and Drug Lords.
Quotes from the Mexicans Fleeing Drug War Help El Paso House Market:
“Already notorious for a spate of brutal murders of young women in the 1990s, Ciudad Juarez has become Mexico’s most violent city in a drug war that has killed some 2,700 people nationwide so far this year. Some 3,000 troops were sent to the city of 1.5 million but they have failed to stop the chaos.” (As of September, 2700 people this year have been killed)
“El Paso real estate brokers say demand from over the border began rising early this year as the drug violence flared, and has ballooned since then as murders, abductions, extortions and car theft have spiraled. Many Mexicans are even paying cash. The article begins by saying that citizens especially with small children are moving to the United States. It appears to me that these Gangs are trafficking in children. They may say they are abducting children for drug debt but judging by this article they are kidnapping children because they are not just in the business of drugs but children also.
“I had to get out. The violence, the fear is overwhelming,” said Armando Garcia, 39, a computer programmer from Ciudad Juarez who has just obtained a three-year U.S. work visa and moved to El Paso to search for a one-bedroom apartment. “