Friday, April 3, 2009

I do not understand.

All I hear on CNN is how horrible Mexico is doing... advisories to keep your kids out of Mexico.... the horrific drug related deaths etc....

Imagine. The problem in Mexico is DRUG DEALERS KILLING DRUG DEALERS.

The foreigners that have caught in the mix were mostly likely part of the problem, just the family will not admit to it.

WHAT'S THE PROBLEM?!?

oh wait, I did have my side mirrors on my truck stolen. damn it.

In the States, there are Random people on shooting sprees, teenagers planning school massacres, a mom trying to intoxicate her daughter to IMPREGNATE her, bernie madoff and all his croonies, an emergence of hate groups.... anyone else wanna add to this?!?

I think I feel safer here in Mexico than I did in the States and I feel that many forigners living here in Mexico would agree. What do you think?

3 comments:

Sunshine said...

Oh mama i'm on board with ya...i'm in the states right now...but honestly i felt much more comfortable in good Ole Mexico...i want to go back already..and i've only been here for 2 days.
Less stress their and everyone's laid back..i love that about Mexico.

Amanda said...

I agree with you here, I do feel like Iv gone back in time a bit but in a good way.

Doña Junta said...

I guess it depends where you are at. The viloence is happening more in Tijuana, Sinaloa and Chihuahua. I guess it is happening to people more involved with the shit but my hubbys uncle's son got kidnapped like 2 months ago for ransom he luckly got out of it alive b/c the family paid, he had just came down from college to see his parents and got snatched up most likly b/c the family own a few buisnesses in the area they live close to Juarez.

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