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U.S. Says Threat of Mexican Drug Cartels Approaching 'Crisis Proportions'
#11
Securb Wrote:Someone needs to explain to me again why Americans don't need guns.

Every American needs a gun...... level playing field

we just have to be more aggressive with our be headings and toucher of Mexican drug cartel members...... you know, really send a message, maybe set some on fire then push them into the Rio Grande for sport. I also like the vats of acid idea.......
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#12
Securb Wrote:Someone needs to explain to me again why Americans don't need guns.

I was just telling my wife tonight that it has to be all the people with guns north of the border that's keeping this shit south of the border for now.
...ignore your rights and they'll go away....
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#13
Just legalize it all and get over with it, Coke, heroin, weed the whole medicine cabinet and have the US/Mexican government dispense and regulate it. If someone wants to kill themselves with the shit they will anyway. At least this way we get rid of the crime and the Cartels.

We only have one or two beer killing a month doesn't that tell you something.

OTTAWA (AFP) — Mexico's crackdown on drug cartels has triggered a spike in violence in Vancouver, where seven shootings have taken place in 48 hours, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police superintendent said.

With the Mexican government in hot pursuit, the drug cartels are "too busy fighting each other" to deal with their supply lines to Canada, causing a shortage of cocaine in Vancouver, Pat Fogarty told CBC public television.

He said the price of cocaine has "skyrocketed to 50,000 dollars a kilo where it was normally six months ago around 25,000 to 30,000 per kilo," sending local drug gangs scrambling to control the dwindling stocks of the drug.

"And so what you have is basically gangsters that do nothing else but make their money through the cocaine trade ... that are now under a great deal of stress and so ripoffs occur. A variety of things can occur at any given day in order to survive."
The city, host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, has seen several murders and shootings in the past few weeks that police attribute to gang warfare.
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Securb Wrote:Just legalize it all and get over with it, Coke, heroin, weed the whole medicine cabinet and have the US/Mexican government dispense and regulate it. If someone wants to kill themselves with the shit they will anyway. At least this way we get rid of the crime and the Cartels.

Tax the shit out of it and BANG, end of recession.
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#15
Hooch Wrote:Tax the shit out of it and BANG, end of recession.

I would imagine weed is pretty easy to grow seeing they do in 3rd world counties without fancy irrigation systems or hyper - fertilizers like Monsanto. I bet Monsanto could grow some killer chronic.

So you figure a pound of weed costs $2,000! If farmers were growing it legally I could see it being a couple of bucks a pound to grow. Tobacco sells for $20 per pound retail so the farmer gets a huge mark up, lets even double that number! The government could wrap $80 - $200 dollars worth of taxes on $40 worth of weed and people would still be pumped to pay those prices. $240 a lbs for good weed! $15 per ounce. The states could even tack on another 25% tax and it still wouldnt matter. $20!

Do the same with cocaine and heroin make them so cheap and assessable there is no need to steal my flat screen for drugs. The average junkie can get a fixes searching the trash for cans. Not only the taxes but think of what we would save in court costs, police salarys and operations costs for jails.

O yeah and we put the Cartels out of business.
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#16
Securb Wrote:Not only the taxes but think of what we would save in court costs, police salarys and operations costs for jails.

I think it'd be great for tourism too, people would flock here to get high and see the country.
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#17
Speng Wrote:I think it'd be great for tourism too, people would flock here to get high and see the country.

Why the fuck not it is beautiful, the Grand Canyon, The White Mountains, The Great Lakes The Vegas Strip at night. Light Up and come to America, you do have to leave.
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#18
Do you think it's not legal because the government doesn't want to seem wrong about lying for so long?
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#19
3dR3 Wrote:Texas has some pretty liberal gun laws and you can also shoot anyone on your property that is uninvited.......


My vote for next Governer of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico


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