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Beck Discusses Mexican Drug Cartels Influx Into America

Last week, Beck discussed this very subject with regional DEA member Rodney Bentson, and Bentson tried to play it off like Atlanta is doing just fine, and is handling the drug problem from the Mexican gang members. Yeah, right.

Even though Glenn points out that Atlanta PD has had to lower their hiring standards to accept and hire people with criminal records, because they can't recruit "clean" people who want to work with the City of Atlanta. (If you live in the Atlanta area, you know all about this.)

Bentson tries to play it off like Atlanta is just doing hunky-dorey, even though Glenn calls him on the APD stats, but Bentson keeps on trying.

Glenn soon loses patience, and you can tell, and his loss of patience is not just his - it's shared by all Georgians at this PR lie being propagated.

Hey, America... ATLANTA, GA IS IN THE TOILET!

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  • The US really need to brings it's troops hom from Iraq and station them on their southern border. They could do more or less the same job they are doing now while doing something that has a driect positive effect on the US and it's people.

    Time to say fuck the rest of the problem spots in the world and look after yourselves.

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    • It's a very good idea to bring back the troops but it's not such a bright idea to deploy them in the US.

      First, I think it's illegal or unconstitutional or something like that...

      and second (tongue in cheek), the US might end up with Poppy fields just like what happened in Afghanistan.
      The Taliban almost eradicated Heroin, enter Bush and his troops and Afghanistan is now supplying more than 90% of the world heroin. That would make you think wouldn't it?...lol



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  • Legalise all drugs and put these scum out of business, tax the hell out of it, sell permits to grow, endless revenue possibility's

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  • The cartel thugs are branching out of the drug business and are into the good old fashioned mob business of "give us money or we'll kill you." They've been hitting business owners up for money or their goods. They walked up to someone one of my uncles knows and said "give us those two trucks and the titles for them or we'll kill you," and he did. A cousin lost his ranch land in Mexico after one of the cartel thugs held him at gunpoint and made him sign it away.

    These guys More..

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  • I was told by a good amigo of mine today to stay the F**ck out of south Texas. To all spring breakers out there do not go south of the border this year, Mexico has gone ape-shit. It's damn shame. Mexico used to be a god-damn free for all.

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  • legalization might be the only solution. but if we legalize it the drugs will become legitimized in the eyes of children (like alcohol and cigarettes those substances will become part of our culture if we legalize)

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    • Imo legalization is the only solution. but it should go hand in hand with education and good controls.

      You can already purchase drugs in the US from and everywhere else from registered pharmacies. You don't see kids getting their hands on them.

      The system to legalise is already set up but there is too much to lose if it's legal because it's a lot cheaper to make a kilo of cocaine than a kilo of sugar...



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    • Thanks las. We agree on the legalization stuff. Outlawing damaging substances is worth the effort. Even if the fight is ultimately an ongoing affair, it is still worth the fight. I make no distinction regarding the substance... if tobacco, alcohol, cocaine, weed or paint thinner represent damage to children and society at large, stop it. Make it stick.

      Under no circumstances is legalization because everyone does it or because of the dollars legalization might bring make it worthwhile a leg More..

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    • heading to bed now and resting off that billion

      see you after that

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    • Please stop smoking your own stuff. If you actually believe in any substance anywhere, what is the point of societal order? Let chaos reign! Cut off all the electricity and let every man defend himself. Public order demands some line in the sand somewhere and it also demands that somebody stand up and make it stick. Picture monkey A versus monkey B in "2001, the movie." I don't like alcohol and tobacco sales when I am trying to tell my sons to abstain. Legalizing whatever chemic More..

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    • Sweet dreams. Aloha.

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  • two words: Legalize Weed.

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    • yo, smoke up dude. See my previous post.

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    • Look, I'm actually not sure that you have understood my argument.

      The bottom line is, humans have always found way to get high and will always find ways to get high. Making it illegal does not solve the problem. In fact, it takes away huge resources from crime areas that really needs it and gives nothing in return.

      If you look at the years of Alcohol prohibition in the US, you'll find how those years helped some small time criminals become huge underground "businessmen" controlli More..

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    • Sorry about the NZ versus Australia. It must have been your accent. LOL. that and I cannot make out the details of the little flag icon.

      Yes, humans will always get high somehow. But how is this an argument for giving up? Just because gangs get more money and just because everybody does it, where does it stop?

      The control of gangs is a law enforcement issue. Witness the untouchables aka Elliot Ness. It simply takes a society willing to get down and dirty to make the laws stick. Not pass More..

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    • Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight....

      Me: It doesn't work...
      You: Fight more...

      Me: It creates more criminals...
      You: Fight more...

      Me: It costs billions for no returns...
      You: Fight more...

      Me: It harms the society by jailing normal citizens..
      You: Fight more...

      Me: It makes the gangs very rich...
      You: Fight more...

      Me: It takes away resources from real crime...
      You: Fight more...


      I assume we agree on two things (it's always a good start); one is that the methods we More..

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  • If we know drug cartels are in "190" cites..why don't we shut them down.

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  • Wake Up America! Cartels are the biggest threat to our peaceful way of life in America.

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  • Well well. Where on earth would one even begin with this stunning display of verbal prowess? Given your predilection toward processed biological matter and carnal desires vis a vis an elderly man, I have to seriously wonder about you. In the end though, I expect that your mother would be proud of that litany of personal expression.

    Respond if you want, I won't be wasting anymore time with you. Give my regards to Hugo when you get there.

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  • BECK IS AWESOME

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  • Article on hiring Atlanta police dept.
    http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/atlanta/stories/2008/10/12/atlanta_police_academy.html

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  • i agree with you that those things should remain outlawed, btw. if we take no stand against that or against prostitution they will become part of our culture

    this is why i see legalization as practical on a technical level but a destroyer of society on a spiritual level

    goodnight

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