Saturday, June 09, 2007

US to Build Anti-Gun-Trafficking Wall

Al Gonzales, in search of a country that will allow him to live out his days in comfortable exile, decides to kiss up to Mexico for a change.

CUERNAVACA, Mexico — Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Friday that Washington is taking steps to address Mexican concerns the U.S. is not doing enough to stop illegal weapons from being smuggled across the border and into the hands of brutal drug gangs.
"We are concerned about the number of weapons coming into Mexico and Central America illegally from the United States," Gonzales said. "There is more that we can do, and we are looking to do, to try and stem the flow of illegal weapons into Mexico."
No more Xboxes for you, Mexico!

1 comment:

Richard said...

C'mon... you know Al Gonzales is lying when you see his lips move.

This is a damn serious matter down where I live. There is a Florida gun manufacturer (20 mm and 50 cal machine guns) moving to my little town ... which is conveniently only an hour from the Mexican border and I've yet to hear a peep out of the feds -- or the State of Texas -- about it.