Gunmen kill 13 in southern Mexican town


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Sounds like "la guerra" is becoming more intense down in Oaxaca.

The Mexican people as a whole need to rise up against the cartels and corrupt officials, and arm themselves heavily for personal protection. That's how El Paso manages to keep violence so low despite being directly opposite from the open warzone of Ciudad Juárez - in CJ, average citizens are disarmed and helpless against the unregulated cartel "sicarios."

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Well, I would not fault the government for favoring one cartel over the other. The article says some cartels are worse than others. Clean up the worst before taking on what is merely bad. The situation in Mexico is too crazy to be all idealistic. Time to be practical, as well as overtly military.

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Funny that this kind of mess can be so close to the US without the US poking her head in as usual. This country really needs to get it together, even if it means temporary military control.

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