The stupidest thing Lindsey Lohan has ever said.
(Wait...maybe that was Jessica Alba...wait...maybe that was the Mayor of Los Angles..wait...wasn't that Carlos Estevez?)
There is a double standard here. You do NOT go into Mexico if you're an American, and expect to live anymore. Over 35,000 have been murdered since the drug wars began, and just recently, one of our own agents, Jaime Zapata was gunned down. Nevertheless, Obama said:
"There are laws in place in Mexico that say that our agents should not be
armed," He describes the U.S. role south of the border as an "advisory" one. "We
do not carry out law enforcement activities inside of Mexico."
We can use, bean bags, water pistols, naked women, gum balls, and giant pictures of Mao painted on Chinese tanks, and prayer...but not much else.
While we have had our eyes glued to Charlie Sheen, who is trying to get us all hook on his affordable but bog standard Charlie Sheen drug, (his kids are in rehab).Mexico is getting ready for its final invasion.
Oh...they are here already? You haven't seen nothing yet.
Ask yourself...are you one of those mean gringo's who do NOT want poor Mexicans driving their trucks on your local highway, spilling vast bags of corn, beans, bananas, and live chickens, onto your windshield, while your wife screams---"We're all gonna die!?"
Do you REALLY get mad when your new roofers can't understand a word you say, but steal your pet turtle while you're at work? ---This happened to me, really. George, my beloved pet turtle ended up as turtle soup, or hopefully some Mexican's kid's pet.
Okay...it's just a turtle, but come on.
And then, do you get angry when that Mexican comes and takes YOUR job?
Well..look out. If you think Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush did all that NAFTA work for nothing...think again.
'President' Obama got together recently with Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, who is getting really impatient about the NAFTA agreement for the Mexicans trucks to start coming up the American highways. In Washington, last October 15, Jose Luis Paz Vega, head of the NAFTA office at the Mexican embassy in Washington said:
"Mexico is not willing to take that anymore. We need a program that is permanent,that has certainty, and complies with NAFTA. And we`re not willing to accept anything less than that."