April 29, 2006

60 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keith! All your problems are solved!
See CNN ARTICLE...

Mexico set to legalize personal amounts of pot, cocaine, heroin

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/americas/04/28/mexico.drugs.ap/index.html

I believe this will cause Mexico’s tourism and property values to explode from the influx of American dollars. I think it will take revenue away from tourist destinations like Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Hawaii, and New Orleans. I think that this will happen on such a scale that Illegal aliens will actually return to Mexico for employment opportunity, a better standard of living, and to be close to loved ones and their homeland. This will all happen as our property bubble deflates from the Bush Regimes irresponsible flooding of the market with fiat dollars and run away spending on foolishness. The next influx of Mexican immigration will be that of the super wealthy Latinos coming to America to buy land and reclaim their historic past.

Anonymous said...

AWESOME!! - Hopefully this made the news on Telemundo and all 54 other Spanish channels. i support anything that will drive them back to their own country and NO, I AM NOT A RACIST, I'M A REALIST:)

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Anonymous said...

I don't think that pot heads, crack addicts and heroin queens have that much money. However, if it will get those dregs of society to leave this country, then all the better. We can begin to dump our unwanted problems on Mexico like they've been doing to us for decades.

Anonymous said...

Well Said, anon:)

Anonymous said...

Is this the same thing as encouraging local demand? We keep lecturing China and India to improve their economies by increasing domestic consumption spending. Looks like Mexico is taking our advice too!

Of course the down side is now we'll have cruise ship passengers coming home with lots of digital pics and a budding heroin habit. Oh well...

Personally, I favor Singapore's approach to drug control. Simple, effective, and far less costly to society in the long run.

Anonymous said...

Those hardworking Mexicans are contributing a lot more to this country than all the latte-drinking, BMW-driving Yuppie debt addicts.

Anonymous said...

What will Mexicos drug policy do to bubble border towns like San Diego???
Keith/ we need a thread on this!

Anonymous said...

An illegal alien cleaning a restaurant does not make enough money to support his wife and five chilren. Guess who pays for the difference? The illegal alien does not pay income taxes. The illegal alien only benefitted the restaurant owner. Will the restaurant owner lower prices? No. He pockets the money. Thw owner now has a frightened employee that he can bully around. He doesn't have to follow safety rules. He doesn't have to provide workers comp if the illegal alien gets hurt. The taxpayers will pick up the hospital bill. The owner has no interest in hiring a legal alien or citizen, because that person would have and use his rights.

Anonymous said...

The Illegal alien also skips out on child support and alimony. I wouldnt doubt alot of these Illegals jumped the border "either direction" to avoid paying for all the kids they bore.

Out at the peak said...

Back to the image: It's funny because it's true. People buying today are putting a huge portion of their monthly costs into debt owed; use debt for everything.

Anonymous said...

I don't think that pot heads, crack addicts and heroin queens have that much money.

Don’t kid yourself. America’s drug problem is not restricted to the poor or lower class. Two thirds or more of the people using DRUGS are professionals with considerable earning power.

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Most of her friends have also declared bankruptcy, she said. What’s more, everyone -- Alana, her husband, her sisters and her friends -- was 25 or under when they filed.

“We aren't deadbeats,” insisted Alana, who asked that her last name not be used to protect the privacy of her friends and family. “We are all basically in the same boat . . . unprepared for life's bumps and bruises.”

Since her bankruptcy, Alana has bought two houses and a car, which she recently refinanced from the dealer’s 13% rate to 7% with her credit union.

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