Is it time to consider Mexico a hostile nation?

This sad story from the L.A. Times tells of a popular Los Angeles school teacher and community leader, Roberto Salcedo, being kidnapped and murdered while having dinner with his wife and friends in Mexico.

These past years we have become focused on radical islamic terrorists, but should not the drug and death dealing vermin on our Southern Border be also classified as terrorists? Not only do they terrorize their own citizens, but they have no reservations about kidnapping and murdering law abiding visitors.

If we have the ability to close down the U.S. Embassy in Yemen and call in successful air strikes that take out several suicide bombers, shouldn’t we also be able to call in strikes on Mexican terrorists? Like some other “governments” around the world who do not appear to be able to police their own country and problems, Mexico appears to have lost the plot when it comes to law and order.

Pouring billions of U.S. tax payer’s dollars into a country infamous for its corruption and disregard for human dignity doesn’t seem to be working. Perhaps the time has come to deal with the problem directly.

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