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offended by vicente fox on cnn last night

i thought the interview was very telling..here we had mr. morgan asking fox how america should go forward and hes telling us how better off central and latin america are..he also said its imperative for the US, CANADA, AND MEXICO to come together like "europe" and begin to work together to get out of this mess..immediately im thinking AMERO, etc..what have we come 2 that we are now asking vicente fox for help with our issues..so offensive and so telling at the same time..we dont want your opinions mr. fox, you have already insulted us when you came to our congress and had the nerve to speak the way you did

couldnt find video..i really dislike cnn

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i was waiting for paul with

i was waiting for paul with anderson cooper, it was like 950pm...only reason i even turned cnn on was to hear pauls interview

The first mistake you made was turning on the TV

The first mistake you made was turning on the TV. The second mistake was turning to Morgan. The third, sitting through a pointless interview with a murderous oligarch drug kingpin like Binthente Fokth, I mean, Vincente Fox.

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

I had not heard that Fox was a drug kingpin

Can you elaborate on this?

There is no doubt he is a bit of an idiot and a dupe. I know that he believes whole heartedly in a North American union, NOT because he is in on the elite's plan, but because he was taken in and enthused by what Bush and the Canadian minister told him. Because he wants Mexico to be "in with the big boys" and respected for the first time in its history. He was SO excited that he was the one that spilled the beans on Larry King as he enthusiastically went through all of their (supposed to be secret) discussions on Larry King. I know that Bush nearly DIED when he did that.

I also know that he is AGAINST the drug war and thinks that Mexico and the US should LEGALIZE DRUGS and stop the war. (as do we!)

So I think he is naive and an idealist, but "murderous oligarch drug kingpin" is a new one on me.

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