Wednesday, October 31, 2007

US Guns - Just doing the job Mexican guns can’t do

Cross Posted from Bear Creek Ledger

This is such a retarded report on Mexican drug cartels smuggling
drugs into the US. The drug cartels have American manufactured guns so
of course CBS News is blaming the guns,
not the drug smugglers! Nor are they lamenting the porousness of US
borders. This biased, pathetic excuse for a reporter (ohhhh, he’s not
really a reporter, Keach Hagey is a paid “professional” blogger for
CBS) then transforms the story into a BDS rant on Darfur. Unbelievable!

They get into Mexico stuffed into the baggy pant legs or
hidden in the trunks of “ants,” or gunrunners — often aided by corrupt
customs officials. The weapons are often bought legally at gun shows in
Arizona and other border states where loopholes allow criminals to
stock up without background checks.

Guns are now flooding into the country in part because of the cartel
war, and in part because of the ease of buying high-powered weapons
since the U.S. assault weapons ban was not renewed in 2004, according
to an ATF official.

The American taxpayer must now mop up the bloody results of the
ban’s demise: President Bush has promised $500 million in U.S. aid to
help Mexico battle drug cartels, who are formidable precisely because
of their steady supply of AK-47s and grenade launchers that were made
In the U.S.A.

About that $500M in aid? Truly this is a test in logic for the
administration, stay with me here. President Bush wants to give the
Mexican military $500,000 to aid in fighting the Mexican drug cartels.
The problem with this logic is the Mexican military IS aiding and
assisting the Mexican drug cartels. So, the $500M in aid is just going
to be used against the US. Yeah, that all makes sense.

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