#1 "CIUDAD CAMARGO,MEXICO[South Texas:]Shootings Continue Across the Border"
02-28-2010, 08:29 PM
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Shootings Continue Across the Border
- It was another night of fear for the people of Camargo, Mexico. The city is located right across the Rio Grande City Port of Entry.
Everything was quiet at the border crossing. Traffic across the bridge was light. A woman who lives next to the bridge talked about the fighting. She asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation. We'll call her Susan.
Susan says she was in Camargo three days ago. A friend called to tell her to get out shortly after a gun battle ensued. Susan says businesses and schools are closed there. She says the people are afraid.
Susan lives yards away from the bridge and knows what it's like to be afraid. She lived in Honduras and Nicaragua for 20 years. She says she's seen horrible things.
Susan says you never get used to knowing if you'll survive the day.
"Sometimes you realize that it's not going to be a good day. You're insecure about your safety and you live your life the best way you can," Susan said.
Susan says living in fear has made her appreciate living in America. Tonight, she prays for those who don't have that luxury.
02-28-2010, 09:39 PM
What? Mexico? You're bullshitting, right? Mexico is such a nice place usually.. Isn't that were Cancun is?? God, I'm sick of those nasty motherfuckers ruining our Southern border... Time for a real border... One that is 12' tall with concertina wire in 5 rows after it for the nasty fucks to get tangled up in and become vulture food...Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
02-28-2010, 09:41 PM
This subject just pisses me off to no end. There is an easy cure to the Mexican drug wars along our Tx border. Turn local and state law enforcement and the Border Patrol loose and let them shot to kill. No trial, no questions asked, just open season on them.
Instead we get crap like the imprisonment of those two agents that W finally pardoned after their careers and lives were destroyed. I get so mad even thinking about it. :mad:
02-28-2010, 09:50 PM
Reading this post reminded me of this joke, sorry to TJ!!
Two Mexicans have been lost in the desert for weeks. At death's door, they see a tree in the distance. As they get nearer, they see that it's draped with rasher upon rasher of bacon: smoked bacon, crispy bacon, life-giving nearly-raw juicy bacon, all sorts of bacon.
"Hey, Pepe" says the first Mexican, "ees a bacon tree! We're saved!!"
So Pepe goes on ahead and runs up to the tree. As he gets to within five feet, he's gunned down in a hail of bullets.
His friend drops down on the sand and calls across to the dying Pepe.
"Pepe!! Pepe!! Que pasa hombre?"
With his last breath Pepe calls out:
"Ugh, run, amigo, run, ees not a bacon tree... ... ees a ham bush!"
:Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.
Ē I wondered why the rock was getting larger. Then it hit me.
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