Mexican civilians say ENOUGH!

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    This is why we have the 2nd Admendment

    'Sick And Tired,' Residents In Southern Mexico Defend Themselves : NPR

    "On the main road into the Mexican town of Ayutla, about 75 miles southeast of Acapulco, about a dozen men cradling shotguns and rusted machetes stand guard on a street corner. Their faces are covered in black ski masks.

    The men are part of a network of self-defense brigades, formed in the southern state of Guerrero to combat the drug traffickers and organized crime gangs that terrorize residents.

    The brigades have set up roadblocks, arrested suspects and are set on running the criminals out of town."



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    When people are backed into a corner, they are going to lay down or come out swinging. It's a sad state of affair's that these people have to resort to this, but good for them for standing up to the organized crime and protecting their own. I just hope it has a good outcome.
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    This could be us in a few years if this administration continues on it present course.

    Except all women will have to wear Burkas, because of sharia law.
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    Re: This is why we have the 2nd Admendment

    Quote Originally Posted by SigPapa226 View Post
    This could be us in a few years if this administration continues on it present course.

    Except all women will have to wear Burkas, because of sharia law.
    Better start stock piling. Homeland Security is.

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    When it happens here, it wont be with shotguns and rusted machetes...
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