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  • DCortez

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    SORRY. This page cannot displayed at this time. I'll try again latter.


    Not much to read. Same old story ... pretty girl wants her way. She smiles, flirts, asks for your number. Agent notices nervous driver, plumping passengers, pulls em over.


    Reminds me of that line from X-men when Magneto says to the prison guard something along these lines, "What in the hell would a beautiful woman want with you".
     

    TriggerTime

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    We're still swatting flies in this "drug war." I wonder if we'll ever tell Mexico that it is time to start sending the armed Predators over the fields and distribution centers and begin to get to the heart of the problem. Reminds me of Vietnam with Saigon off limits for bombing.
     

    JKTex

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    If they can't tax their own people because they're own people have nothing to tax, they might as well tax over the border and tax products that we're not yet taxing. In a sense. :patriot:
     

    M. Sage

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    the federalis make too much money off the cartels... why do you think the problem is getting larger.....

    cant fix a civilian problem with a corrupt government

    Doesn't help that wherever there is a demand, someone will always step up with a supply for it.

    Simple economics should tell us that we're not only losing the "war on drugs", but that it can't be won at all.
     

    M. Sage

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    Closing the border won't help. They'll just move around it and jack prices up. And you know what? They'll get paid what they ask. You'd also just see more produced here instead of overseas.

    Cutting off the supply will not erase the demand. All markets are driven by demand, not by supply. If you cut off the supply of something that nobody wants, nobody will notice. If you cut off the supply of something that people want bad enough to break the law and risk their lives to get, someone else is simply going to make it.

    All the "War on Drugs" does is make cartels rich and cops dead. Oh, and it also is a great excuse to get people to sign away their rights, too.
     
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