Skip to comments.Vicente Fox Makes Drug Cartel Proposal in Bay Area
Posted on 09/08/2013 10:54:32 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is coming to San Francisco this weekend to give speeches about his proposals targeting drug cartels in the U.S. and Mexico.
Fox, who served as president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, is giving the keynote speech Saturday at the annual International Cannabis and Hemp Expo at Civic Center Plaza.
He will then give another speech at a small private dinner at another location that evening, said Lilia Ledezma, a consultant for the event organizers.
Fox plans to discuss the need for peaceful solutions to the war against drug cartels along the border between the U.S. and Mexico.
Ledezma said the former president has expressed support for the legalization of marijuana as a way to combat the violent cartels.
The cannabis expo starts at 10 a.m. Saturday in the outdoor plaza near City Hall.
State Assemblyman Tom Ammiano and San Francisco Supervisors David Campos and Scott Wiener are other scheduled speakers at the event.
More information about the expo can be found online at www.intche.net/sept-7-2013-san-francisco.
If I were a liberal in 2013, I’d be laughing at everyone too.
No one ANYWHERE is stopping anything these people are doing.
Peace with murderous drug cartels
Low prices will always drive an underground illegal drug economy.
Pot users won’t pay $10 for pot if they can get it for less.
Cluster bombs have a certain appeal, too.
Hey Vincente, human exploitation and territory traffic is drug traffic business plan. And interesting that gays into human traffic (aka gay marriage and drugs) would become the target of that government pimp’s speech.
“...to give speeches about his proposals targeting drug cartels in the U.S. and Mexico...at the annual International Cannabis and Hemp Expo...”
I just give up.
I thought he was coming in to establish some.
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