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Are America Troops bound for Mexico to help the War on Drug Cartels?

Posted by thebosun on August 10, 2007

According to World Net Daily, a Texas congressman is leading discussions with the White House to develop a military plan to assist Mexico in the war President Felipe Calderón is waging against the drug cartels.

Yolanda Urrabazo, spokeswoman for Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, told WND the discussions involve the possibility of utilizing the U.S. military directly in the effort in addition to providing military assistance.

Read the story at  U.S. military headed next for Mexican soil?

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One Response to “Are America Troops bound for Mexico to help the War on Drug Cartels?”

  1. Initial gut reaction is, “Whoa! No way” But it may not be that clear cut. As long as we’re embroiled in the Middle East so heavily, I definitely think we shouldn’t commit ourselves further like that. Some benefits we could lessen quantity of drugs coming in which could lessen the number of addicts here. Less loss of productivity, less crime. Of course those are only maybes. On the other hand, that would be a huge expense.

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