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Old 04-01-2009, 07:06 AM
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Mexico blames USA for Gun problem

Mired in violence, gun-strict Mexico points to U.S.


Some interesting information.
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Isn't that what people do that refuse to accept responsibility, I mean my son has a better grasp on what to do to keep the bad things from happening than Mexico.

This has got to be the most stupid comment, but it is in lock step with the really ignorant sheeple.

"If the United States had a system like ours, we wouldn't have so many problems here in Mexico," Agustin Villordo, 27, of Puebla, Mexico, said Tuesday as he shopped for a hunting rifle.
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I blame Mexico for my taco problem.
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I have a novel idea.........if Mexico was to promise to keep their illegals.............then I promise the US will keep our guns.

I wonder which has a more negative impact on the respective economy.
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"I don't think anybody could argue that Mexico's gun-control laws have been an effective crime-fighting tool."

That's the funniest thing I have ever heard

I want to know who said that! The article just has the quote and nothing else.
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Yeah, that's what we need...................................be more like Mexico.
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I'm doing my part to help the Mexicans out. I picked up my AR yesterday. Thats one less the Mexicans can smuggle.
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I'm doing my part to help the Mexicans out. I picked up my AR yesterday. Thats one less the Mexicans can smuggle.
...........Novel idea. Wat gun store did you go to?

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Old 04-02-2009, 10:03 AM
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The heaviest stuff - assault rifles, flash-bang grenades and bulletproof vests - was in a separate room marked "For police forces only."

Under Mexican law, the military is the only source for such supplies.
RIGHT, like you can just pick that stuff up at Wal-mart on your way home from work, then run over to your local UPS store and ship it down there . This crap ain't coming from us LEGALLY, no drug cartel goes through the LEGAL channels to purchase weapons to run their cartels

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U.S. gun-ownership groups say they doubt harsher rules would stem Mexico's violence.

"Mexico has very strict gun laws, which clearly have done nothing to prevent criminals and drug cartels from obtaining firearms, and it's left many of the honest residents of Mexico defenseless," said Chris Cox, chief lobbyist for the National Rifle Association.

"I don't think anybody could argue that Mexico's gun-control laws have been an effective crime-fighting tool."
Just like the saying goes "when guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns" F-ing idiots, and I'm covering our government in that blanket comment
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I blame Mexico for my taco problem.
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