Korben88 wrote:Cause it's soooooo easy to buy machine guns, grenades, and rocket propelled grenade launchers in the us.
Maybe el presidente should concern hismself with keeping his criminals out of our country instead of sticking his nose in our policies.
Or better yet instead of making signs with guns he should hand them out to his citizens and tell them to defend themselves.
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"Powerful entrenched interests, particularly in the arms industry, which dominate public opinion and the Congress of the United States, prevented the re-introduction of the needed ban on the sale of assault and high-powered weapons. This has allowed criminals easy access to the rifles, machine guns, grenades and rocket-propelled grenade launchers with which they wage war on the Army, and which they haven't hesitated to use against innocent, unarmed civilians. It is completely unjust, it is offensive that lives are lost because of this market, whose only reason to be is profit and the out-of-hand greed of that industry, which doesn't care very much for human life."
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divegeek wrote:But we're not likely to do anything about it until it comes to our country.
divegeek wrote: While Calderon's assertion that Mexican criminals are getting military weapons from the US is ludicrous
divegeek wrote:... He's not wrong that the US is the ultimate driver of the violence sweeping his country, both because we fund the criminals and because our government pushed the Mexican government to use military forces to try to shut them down, which is what motivated them to arm themselves with military weapons.
Daeyel wrote:divegeek wrote: While Calderon's assertion that Mexican criminals are getting military weapons from the US is ludicrous
Fast and Furious, Shawn. Fast and Furious.
They came from the US, with the explicit permission and approval of the Federal government and its agents.
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