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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Here's one for Artie and Gordo

Since Artie Oakley, Gordon Howie, Scott Munsterman, Ken Knuppe, Dave Knudson, Dennis Daugaard, Scott Heidepriem, Tim Johnson, John Thune, Stephanie and other known teabaggers support the policies that result in the following, I thought they should see the crop harvested from their work.

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Suspected drug hitmen burst into a party
and killed 13 high school students, on Sunday in Ciudad Juarez, the latest
massacre in one of the world's deadliest cities, Mexican media and witnesses

Gunmen jumped out of sport utility vehicles and fired at the students, who
were celebrating victory in a local American Football championship, in a
house in the city across the border from El Paso, Texas, in the early hours
of Sunday.

"The men drove up in four SUVs, they were well-armed. They went into the
house and shot at everyone, you could hear the gunfire all around," a
neighbour at the scene said.

See the rest of the story here.

Think of it as population control. Without folks like I named above supplying artificial market props to the most vicious people on earth, we'd soon be over-run by Mexican high school students. That's a good enough reason to keep the artificial price supports in place. Eh, Artie? How 'bout it, Mr. Powers?

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