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    Re: Campaign puts Mexico teachers union leader back in spotlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    What you don't understand is that corruption is not hidden here in Mexico. We know the people doing it and it is out in the open.

    A lot of people have seen it first hand or have been involved in it.

    You are assuming Patrick has no experience with the subject matter.

    Why don't you ask him why he posted what he posted.
    Yes, I know about mexican corruption. I objected to your appeal to authority.

    And your experience in mexico, and the realities of mexico, do not mean that it is happening here in the US.

    Your logic is flawed which is why I posted the "I'm gonna stand in my garage..." comment
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    Re: Campaign puts Mexico teachers union leader back in spotlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    Patrick, I am also an American living in Mexico. Do you think Mexico is dirt poor?
    Parts are as poor as Chicago and parts are even as poor as Detroit. According to the economic folks it's a large and growing economy.

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    Re: Campaign puts Mexico teachers union leader back in spotlight

    Dirt poor for me when referring to a whole country would mean everywhere.

    That is not the case in Mexico.

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