posted on 01/26/2006 6:20:31 PM PST
This should be a fun thread.
posted on 01/26/2006 6:21:51 PM PST
by Dog Gone
"....could have been U.S. soldiers or criminals disguised as Mexican troops."
posted on 01/26/2006 6:23:47 PM PST
("Where am I? Where am I going? Why am I in a handbasket?")
Mexico's foreign secretary suggested Thursday that uniformed men using a military-style Humvee to help drug traffickers on the border could have been U.S. soldiers or criminals disguised as Mexican troops.
Mexico's foreign secretary can kiss my butt.
It may have been drugrunners dressed up as Mexican military. Or it might have been Mexican military bought and paid for.
No way it was U.S. soldiers.
posted on 01/26/2006 6:28:32 PM PST
(Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. - Benjamin Franklin)
If Mexico is concerned about our military then I'd strongly recommend that they build a wall to secure their borders.
posted on 01/26/2006 6:31:56 PM PST
There is a supposition here that this involved Mexican citizens, and that is absolutely incorrect," Derbez said. "There would have to have been racial descriptions, and that would imply a certain element of racial discrimination on the part of the American sheriffs."
Excuse me while I barf. And I don't think this quote is in the other thread.
I think the Mehican government just pissed me off.
posted on 01/26/2006 6:36:53 PM PST
(What? Me worry?)
The best defense is the offense.
Just like bogus counter claims thrown against Boeing by Airbus in its defense for the subsidies they get - a counter accusation causes people to question things, it creates confusion if nothing else. Create a "he said - she said" situation and hide the lie or injustice behind the clutter which serves the purpose of getting the pressure off. Look at O'Reily and Cashman. The public pressure with this case as with the boarder crossing maps distributed by Mexican authorities is intense and by throwing out counter claims you "confuse" the public. That's the purpose of BS comebacks.
posted on 01/26/2006 6:44:35 PM PST
major cojones on this guy!!
posted on 01/26/2006 6:52:23 PM PST
(Vechnaya Pamyat Daddy... xoxo)
Oh yeah, see the "American soldiers"?
photo linked from El Paso Times
posted on 01/26/2006 7:13:22 PM PST
I'm expecting for Jerkoff "Bagdad Bob" Chertoff to endorse the Mexican point of view at any moment. Obviously this is all overblown and our American soldiers must have made a navigation error and crossed the border by accident. While they were there they thought it would be neighborly to help the friendly people tow one of their vehicles across that river (were not sure what the river was called) and to help them unload some bales of hay out of one of them when it got stuck. There were also some unfriendly folks chasing them so they scared them off by waving their .50 calibers at them. No big deal. No harm no foul. Our borders are totally secure. Mexicans are our friends and allies. The best way to fix up all the differences would be just to make all of the nice good-hearted people into legal guests. /sarc
posted on 01/26/2006 7:13:35 PM PST
(Import the third world, become the third world)
Was one of our guys dressed like the Frito Bandito?
...could have been U.S. soldiers...
I don't think so.
posted on 01/26/2006 8:11:30 PM PST
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