Saturday, February 26, 2011

Yankee, come back?

President Felipe Calderón says the U.S. government isn't doing enough to help Mexico in its fight against drug cartels. Calderón said the U.S. government should help by reducing drug use in the United States, the world's biggest consumer of illegal drugs, and by stemming the flow of guns to Mexican drug gangs. "How can Americans cooperate? By reducing drug use, which they haven't done," he told the Mexican newspaper El Universal. "And, the flow of weapons hasn't slowed, it has increased." Calderón also isn't happy about U.S. diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks that he contends wrongly criticized Mexico's anti-drug strategy.

The Mexican president thinks the U.S. is not helping Mexico enough in the drug war.

Things must be going badly - - I remember when the Mexican president wanted the gringos to mind their own business, and stop interfering in Mexico's drug war.

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