- Our Military Is Not For
Training Mexican Cops
- No where in Art. 1, Sec. 8 of the U.S.
Constitution does it authorize our military to train Mexican police or
their military nor does it authorize raping the American people for such
a "necessary mission." BULL.
- No where in Art. 1, Sec. 8 of the U.S. Constitution does
it authorize our military to operate in Mexican towns and cities for the
big money maker: the war on drugs.
- No, I am not one of those folks out there who believes
highly addictive drugs like cocaine, heroin and meth should be legalized.
However, I can remember when America did not have this problem with the
border. Try going back prior to the illegal passage of NAFTA. Yes, there
were drugs coming into the country, but nothing like we're seeing now and
the violence that comes with it. Of course, if the American people didn't
need a crutch everyday to get through life by doing pot, cocaine, meth
and heroin, there would be no demand for all those drugs to cook their
brains. Every time an American does those drugs, they support terrorism
and that's a fact.
- Please go and look at this slide
presentation. (pdf) Read it - especially the charts:
- 3. (U) Train the Mexican Military: Provide effective
support (equipment and training) to enable the Mexican military to effectively
counter irregular threats, provide effective support to LEAs and adhere
to the rule of law.
- There is no such thing as the rule of law in the corrupt
beyond redemption country of Mexico. Our treasury is over drawn $13.3 TRILLION
dollars with the total debt in mandates that have to be paid of ONE HUNDRED
NINE POINT NINE TRILLION DOLLARS.
- Even if it weren't illegal under our Constitution to
steal the fruits of our labor to "train the Mexican military and provide
equipment", how can the Outlaw Congress justify such an expenditure
when we the people are being raped in taxes and driven into a state of
beggars in our own land?
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