Here comes the new plea and excuse to give Mexico more aid:
The story of El Ponchis [the alleged 14 year old assassin] is the most shocking involving youngsters in drug cartels, but even President Felipe Calderon has acknowledged “in the most violent areas of the country, there is an unending recruitment of young people without hope, without opportunities.”
Figures obtained by The Associated Press from Mexico’s attorney general’s office show that the number of youths 18 and under detained for drug-related crimes has climbed steadily since Calderon launched his assault on cartels in 2006. There were 482 that year and 810 in 2009. There were 562 in the first eight months of this year, on track to surpass last year.
Just as TheOne has excused Muslim terrorists because of poverty and hopelessness, this is the excuse Calderon is using to explain the mess his nation is in. And this is how he’s going to be asking for more aide from us. If we want to save ourselves from his nation’s narco-terrorism, we will have to pay them.
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Now we’re terrorists. Add that to the list of other negative monikers: thugs, haters, deniers, birthers, Nazis, Hitlers, racists, homophobes, Islamophobes:
“Do you allow yourself to be held hostage and get something done for the sake of getting something done, when in fact it might be perverse in its ultimate results? It’s almost like the question of do you negotiate with terrorists,” [Senator] Menendez [D-NJ] said when asked whether he and other Democrats would accept a compromise with Republicans.
The new leftist talking point.
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Democrats are understandably — and largely justified in being — frustrated that they lost an election based on Republicans defending tax cuts for the wealthy that are only expiring because of a budget gimmick championed by George Bush — and based on criticism of their apparent lack of concern over the deficit, by a party that has shown no past or current seriousness about deficit reduction and the hard choices involved. Losing those political fights was as inexplicable as it was hard for the Democrats. Maybe that’s why Thursday seemed to have donkeys melting down all over the place.
How many stupid people believe this tripe? Well, it’s Time magazine so that means everyone who reads it.
These guys want to make us believe that they lost because the Republicans were “defending tax cuts for the wealthy” and because the Democrats showed an “apparent lack of concern over the deficit?” Here we go, trying to rewrite the truth and make us believe something entirely fictional. These must be their new talking points and we all know that if you tell a lie enough times, it becomes real.
“Losing those political fights was as inexplicable as it was hard for the Democrats.” See? They still don’t get it. They lost and there’s simply no sensible explanation for it, therefore The People were stupid, uninformed, misinformed and taken in by the Republicans.
They lost the election because they have gone berserk spending OUR money and putting us in debt for generations to come.
They lost the election because they have effectively taken away the American dream from millions of us and for millions in generations to come.
They lost the election because they refused to listen to the people when we told them we didn’t like what they were doing and wanted them to stop.
They lost the election because they rammed through crap without reading or knowing what they were voting on.
They lost the election because of back room deals and bribes to win the passage of bills that most of us didn’t want.
They lost the election because the Hope and Change we were promised was really socialism and people figured that out.
They lost the election because of their total disregard for the Constitution.
We can’t allow them to hijack this story. They know full well why they lost the election but they want to convince the American people that they lost because the Republicans were just that much slicker than they were.
They lost because in their zeal to take over an entire lackadaisical nation, The People woke up and pushed back. And God willing, we won’t stop.
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