Sunday, October 10, 2010

Heckuva Job, Sandy

Today's Plaza de Armas front page nicely illustrates something we were complaining about the other day:

On the left, a story headlined "440 Children Work In The Streets of Querétaro," based on statistics complied by DIF, while on the right we have a photo of Sandra Albarrán de Calzada, president of DIF and coincidentally wife of the governor, "handing out baloons, t-shirts and candy" while yukking it up at the Gallos Blancos soccer game. Because, like, she cares.


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Anonymous said...

Myabe Sandy can get some advice from the Arizona Mayor on helping the mexicans.

Anonymous said...

Just over a month to go for the 100th anniversary of the revolution. Is there enough time for proper one?