Lucky Day, Lucky Day – Mexico’s Version of Hugo Chavez is Holding 18 Point Lead In Election Polling…

If the news from the first round of Mexican election polling was any better we’d have to be twins to enjoy it.   Andres Obrado, a well-known Marxist who intends a government take-over of the Mexican energy sector, is holding a commanding 18-point lead.

This is excellent news for border wall enthusiasts and those who want the Trump administration to pull out of NAFTA.

Mr Obrador is the modern Mexican version of Hugo Chávez (or Nicolàs Maduro/Bernie Sanders) with a similar ideological outlook.  His resulting territorial economic policies are certain to deliver the Venezuela outcome to the Mexican people.

For American companies doing business in Mexico, an Obrador win would be the worst possible outcome.  They will lose hundreds of billions from their current Mexican investments, as President Obrador swoops in to skim (tax) corporate profits for his state-run enterprises and care for ‘his people’. However, the good news is – those U.S. multinationals will likely all return to the U.S. asap.  Lucky day, lucky day.

Funnily enough, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross must have held some insider information about this likelihood when he sheepishly hinted toward this possibility a few weeks ago.  Oh, the poor multinational critters in Wall Street are gonna have a heart attack when they see this.  Wait, wha… they did already?

MONTERREY (Reuters) – Mexican left-wing presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has an 18-point lead ahead of the July 1 election, according to a poll published on Monday that showed him with a growing advantage at the start of formal campaigning.

Lopez Obrador, who launched his campaign on Sunday, holds 38 percent of the vote, according to the poll by Parametria, published by Reuters on Monday ahead of wider distribution. That compared to 35 percent in its previous poll.

A Lopez Obrador victory could usher in a Mexican government less accommodating toward the United States, where President Donald Trump has stoked trade tensions with Mexico and aggressively moved to curb immigration.

Lopez Obrador has backed the North American Free Trade Agreement, but his plan to review newly issued oil contracts sparked worries he will deter foreign investment. (read more)

Too funny…  The “smart set” (pundits) are reading it wrong:

Oh dear…

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Oh, noes …

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Oh, my.

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331 Responses to Lucky Day, Lucky Day – Mexico’s Version of Hugo Chavez is Holding 18 Point Lead In Election Polling…

  1. Feanor says:

    This would destroy Mexico’s energy privatization endeavors.

    They’ve been auctioning off oil fields, mostly Gulf assets which they lack the know how to exploit, to foreign companies. This has been a somewhat grueling process because their government levies such high taxes on those rigs that companies barely break even.

    This is symptomatic of Bushian foreign policy that believes capitalism can transform whole countries incrementally. But the China model has shown a totalitarian government can let the camel nose into the tent without allowing the rest of the camel.

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  2. covfefe999 says:

    In the immigrant horde thread someone posted a tweet from one of those proud idiots, self-described “bronze”, who thinks we stole land from them. But their current President and all four of the candidates are quite white. 🙂 Looking very European, perhaps Spanish or Italian heritage. I see no bronze there, no native Aztec features at all.

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    • Ono says:

      Mexico and all of Centro and South America are a two class system.

      The Castillians are the upper class and the Mesticos or Indians are the poverty class…

      All politicians, Music performers, TV personalities, and professional athletes are Castillion.

      Ever wonder why traditional Mexican music sounds very simillar to German polka? Maxamillion.

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      • Jeff says:

        I once commented to a Mexican acquaintance the similarity between the two genres, and he was highly offended for some reason. Now I know why.

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      • Steve says:

        Banda music comes from the west coast of Mexico. A German had immigrated there decades ago. He brought brass with him and formed an Oom Pah Pah band. It was mixed with a bit of Latin music and ‘Banda’ was created. I don’t think anyone could object to that explanation as that is what happened. It was not indigenous.

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    • Sentient says:

      I guess they stole their own land from themselves.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Maybe Mexico stole their land from the Mayans?

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    • Jenny R. says:

      http://humanevents.com/2006/04/07/emexclusive-emthe-truth-about-la-raza/
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bronze_(racial_classification)

      It’s a socialist construction — think along the lines of that whole “Aryan” idiocy (in fact, they both have some of the same ancestry…the whole “root race” nonsense).

      Mexico was the destination of a lot of different people — Spanish for sure, but also a lot of Germans and Chinese. They are a hodge podge of many different people — just like everybody else in the New World — the hodge podges might change a bit from one country to the next, but they are all very mixed (and not as though the places they came from are completely “pure” to begin with).
      Italians not so much (they are distinctly not a large immigrant group in Mexico).

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    • Rhoda R says:

      First I’ve heard that the Aztecs roamed north of the Rio Grande. The Spanish had a hard time north of the Rio Grande from what I’ve read – one of the reasons why the Mexican government was so happy to let the Gringos homestead that land. And then – after the Gringos had done all the heavy lifting and Indian suppression – the Mexican government decided they wanted the, now more valuable, land back. Things don’t change.

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    • MGBSE says:

      …That is Mexico’s dirty little secret…the European Spansh invaders ancestors are Mexico’s ruling elites…and they HATE the mexicans aka “Indians” aka “little brown people”. Just like Castro emptied his prisons, hospitals, insane asylums, street prostitutes & drug addicts and sent them to the USA where idiot Carter accepted the Cuban Flotila…the “white” Mexicans (not to be confused with white Hispanics) have been encouraging tens-of-millions of their “undesirables” to go to the USA for at least 40 years…the democrats saw the illegal invasion had voting value for them right away and used the Catholic Church to push “christian guilt” to accept them…the RINOS & their Chamber of Commerce “money changer” traitors embraced their cheap labor value at least 20 years ago…bottom line..the United States of America should have taken ALL of Mexico down to the beginning of South America once the incompetent Santa Anna was defeated. The fact that Mexico is bordered by Gulf beaches on one side of their country and Pacific beaches on the other, loaded with valuable natural resources, ancient history sites and beautiful land – yet remain a filthy 3rd world, corrupt, incompetent s%#thole – who want to make America just like them…BRING IN THE MILITARY…BUILD THE WALL…KICK OUT ALL ILLEGALS…GEAUX PRESIDENT TRUMP…MAGA!!!!!!!

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  3. zephyrbreeze says:

    Triple down on failure by borrowing catastrophic ideas from the past. This is the road to hell…

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Sounds good! Maybe the illegals will go back – it always seems great for the first couple years, until reality sets in – and by the time they realize what a mistake they made, the wall will be built! LOL!

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  5. Paco Loco says:

    Mexico has the 15th largest economy in the world. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(nominal)
    The Mexico City elites will get rid of AMLO in a hurry if he screws up the economy by messing with the US. The lastest news on NAFTA sounds like there’s going to be an agreement favorable to the US.

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  6. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    We’ll need the wall and the National Guard more than ever

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  7. quintrillion says:

    Here are some photos of Zihuatanejo. I fly into the airport of this fishing village when I go to visit my son’s business in Troncones, Mexico.
    http://www.zihuatanejo.net/tablero/messages/125142.html

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  8. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    If this guy is a genuine threat to the Mexican corporate aristocracy he won’t make it to election day. He wouldn’t be the first, either!

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  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Good grief. Stupid is as stupid does. With an 18-point lead no less.

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  10. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Marxist light to the North and full fat Marxist to the South. And Washington doesn’t want a wall.
    If full on socialism takes over in Mexico the wall will need to be even higher.
    On the plus side socialists have habit of forcing people to stay in their dysfunctional societies so they will be grateful for a wall to prevent people from leaving.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      “Marxist light to the North and full fat Marxist to the South.”

      There will be no fat, full or otherwise, after five years of Communist regime.

      There will be, if that, salad, undressed.

      (Both the people and the salad.)

      The blessings of the Chavezista model.

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    • Sentient says:

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        I don’t get it.

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        • Notmeagain says:

          The other day Ann claimed that she deserved credit for nagging and keeping Trump on track. She also called POTUS a shallow, lazy, ignoramus. The credit she deserves is for being a harpy, imo.

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          • lawrencepaul1 says:

            Ha, I am out of the loop when it comes to these talking heads and self promoters.
            No TV, No radio, no BS.

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          • lawrencepaul1 says:

            I do however remember her swooning over Mitt Romney and saying he was the perfect presidential candidate and later hoping that Trump picked him for his VP.
            So there’s that.

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            • boogywstew says:

              She was wholeheartedly for Donald Trump from the very beginning. So there’s that, too.

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              • Artist says:

                yeah….after her other heart throb, NJ heart throb, Gov Krispy creme self immolated.

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              • cozette says:

                You are very gullible if you actually believe Anne whole heartedly supported Trump. She was pimping her book and status as a pundit. Period. Trump wrote about the wall 5 years before Anne did. She’s a no nothing harpy who is wittingly or unwittingly trying to destroy President Trump and his chances to succeed with HIS mission to build the wall. It’s almost as if she’s a secret plant for the COC and Koch Brothers. Personally I have way more respect for Senator Feinstein than Coulter.

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                • boogywstew says:

                  Senator Feinstein over Ann Coulter? Really? I can pick and choose among Ann Coulter’s rantings and ravings and find way more good than bad. I don’t understand her at times but maybe she suffers from a bipolar disorder. I still believe she’s a Patriot. No one’s perfect.

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      • Lucille says:

        Ann jumped the shark some time ago. Borrring!

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  11. daughnworks247 says:

    Famous tale in business school was the story of Coca-Cola.
    Coke invested 750 million for a plant in India but the water quality was inferior and they were forced to upgrade local water supply and filtration for the plant.
    Almost immediately, the government repossessed the facility to supply clean and filtered water to the locals.
    Coke lost big money…….. but the “cause” was noble…… thus “justified” by the government.

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  12. Donna in Oregon says:

    China must be thrilled! All those natural resources they can pick up from their new commie Mexican pals when the crash comes. Didn’t the Chinese help the Venezuelans too? The Russians “helped” them too. Iranians are in Venezuela…..

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  13. Texian says:

    I see..

    So the socialist based international “Wall Street” Economy loses an industry..

    But the domestic American “Main Street” Economy gains an industry..

    So hard working Americans can express their entrepreneurial spirit in order to make a better life for themselves, which also serves and strengthens their own Country .

    Hmmm… what a concept..

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  14. winky says:

    Reading all the comments about Mexico. There are many of them here in California who are told that we stole Mexico from them with no payment at all. They have a very bad attitude toward us.

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    • logger says:

      Yes, I know about La Raza. But I’ve seen very patriotic new citizens vocalize their enthusiastic support for Trump. Let’s never forget them – they are in the thick of it and still stand strong.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Spain stole Mexico in the first place. And those people fantasizing a northern Aztec empire are insulting the native Americans who had their civilizations before either the Aztecs or the conquistadores.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      They are also totally in love with the nationalist/racialist socialist La Raza — the point?
      I really don’t give a fig what such types think of me and mine.
      Thing is: California and the southwest belongs to the United States now; has for quite some time.
      Perhaps it is time to remind certain spoiled Mexicans that there was this thing called the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, where we were perhaps far too kind to them…and perhaps we will consider our far too kindness if it should come to a second time around.
      It would at least be entertaining to watch the kerfluffle if that were to happen — a real “sit back and enjoy the show” moment!

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      • Jenny R. says:

        We should also perhaps remind certain spoiled members of the “glorious bronze race” (whew, spit — that’s as bad a mouthful as “ubermenschen”) of what happened to that million bucks we gave Santa Ana for said property…now, where did he go with that???? oh, I don’t believe it was to Mexico City!

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    • boogywstew says:

      I guess Native Americans in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California might dispute the Mexican opinion. If Native Americans had a choice I wonder if they’d choose to live in the US or be governed by a failed narco state?

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  15. Bud Klatsch says:

    Why can’t the Latin American countries foster a system that is self sufficient and responsive to the needs of their citizens? And their American latinos sympathizers want the same for us! Sickos all.

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  16. Sundance, I often agree with you, but this is absolutely terrible news for Americans. I have a degree in International Business and I specialized in Latin America. I still do a small amount of business there, particularly with Mexico (only about 5% of our total revenue, but meaningful). I used to do more with Venezuela, know numerous Venezuelan (now expats) and many more Columbians.

    Columbia is quite strict with its border, but they’ve seen huge levels of illegal immigration. So have Peru and Chile, and, to a somewhat lesser extent, Argentina.

    A wall will not stop what will happen if the equivalent of Chavez comes to power. Remember, Venezuela was the wealthiest country in South America when Chavez came to power. Today, Venezuelans are literally starving. If Mexico falls to something like that, it will spread, like the bubonic plague, here. Tens of millions will flee, and they’ll bring terrible ideologies and cultural dysfunction with them at a scale you cannot fathom. A wall might marginally help, but we’d be far better off making Mexico not degenerate into a third world cesspool (I know a lot of people think it already is, but it’s not – Trump was entirely right when he said we were not getting their “best and brightest” – they have a thriving middle class, but those people just don’t come here in large numbers; we get their poor). On top of that, the political winds will likely shift, and if Democrats come back to power (which they will, at some point) at any time as this POS is ruining Mexico, I’m sure they’ll be chanting, “Tear down this wall!” at the top of their lungs to bring in a bunch of poorly educated people trying to flee.

    I am all for a wall, but I am less supportive of our desperately needing it.

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    • boogywstew says:

      “A wall will not stop what will happen if the equivalent of Chavez comes to power.” Isn’t anything that will make it more difficult to cross the border a good thing? If we can get the “catch and release” nonsense stopped, it alone would put a huge dent in illegal crossings. “I am all for a wall, but I am less supportive of our desperately needing it.” If more and more people drive drunk, would you be less supportive of alcohol check points?

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    • Liberty lover says:

      I wholeheartedly concur. The last th8ng we need is a country we share a border with going into a complete meltdown.

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    • sundance says:

      What you seem to miss is it’s the Mexicans choice.

      The U.S. is accountable for preparing ourselves for THEIR CHOICE. But it’s their choice, and they are going to elect a hard-core marxist.

      It they choose a Chavez… So be it. Their choice. But don’t anticipate any U.S. help when it all collapses into anarchy.

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      • NavyBuckeye says:

        Exactly Sundance. They are choosing their leader. We need to only worry about protecting ourselves when they make that choice.

        One thing not mentioned is the Cartels. They may not want that choice. It’s easier to buy off the current crop of politicians. A Marxist may be less willing to share their power with drug lords. This could easily cause an implosion of grave proportions with in Mexico. If the people think deaths at the hands of Cartels is bad now, wait until a Marxist is elected. I think that will be a major blood bath….and this man may not even live long enough to be elected. I could be wrong and he could have deals with the Cartels already in place….but I doubt it, Marxists want all the power.

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        • SSI01 says:

          We are contributing greatly to whatever domestic peace Mexico currently enjoys because for years we have been accepting a significant portion of their population that is poor, not a racial group Mexico wants to display to the world (see how many Mexican sportscasters, newscasters, and weather babes – that can be seen on foreign television broadcasts – they are very sensitive about this – are Castillianand not Mestizos), and a potential political time bomb brimming with dissatisfaction. With a properly constructed and policed wall barring their path North, and factories and jobs being absorbed by American owners and investors back into the US on the other side of that wall, following the election of this Chavez clone, there is no doubt there will be massive social unrest in Mexico. We have the choice of paying what amounts to tribute to the Mexican govt by subsidizing said government to pay for social services to the Mexican working class and poor to keep them relatively calm, plus possibly reimbursing some American businesses for the loss of their plant facilities in Mexico following the takeover; or we can bring our investment and employment home, do our best to assure our own territorial integrity with The Wall, ensure a STRONG security presence along that wall – and communicate to reasonable people south of the border – Mexican patriots – this situation is something they over time had a partial hand in creating, if we are honest with them, and they will have to right their own ship, but we did not desire that situation and look forward to it ending.

          If we make the decision to “carry” them via subsidies after a socialist takeover we are guaranteeing the socialists remain in power in perpetuity. The flip side – if you don’t want to do that, get ready to batten down on the border and prepare to see some terrible things south of it until the situation rights itself. There’s no easy way out of this.

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  17. Cisco says:

    Socialist Venezuelas people starving is the problem.
    If they didn’t eat so much, there would be plenty of food.
    http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/04/02/former-venezuelan-vp-supermarkets-full-people-didnt-eat/

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    • It must be true, the four in the photo seemingly have no problem with access to healthy food straight off the supply trucks, eating and dining fine, while the poor people starve. Same as so many other dictatorships.

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  18. kea says:

    Great read. Thank you. Very informative and you made me smile.

    Oh, the poor multinational critters in Wall Street are gonna have a heart attack when they see this. Wait, wha… they did already?——– LOL

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  19. logger says:

    Perhaps I’m wrong but it always appeared to me that leftists wanted to not just import illegal immigrants from Central/South American but their chaotic governments and the attitudes toward change. When they don’t agree with something, they take it to the streets, with bloodshed. Their elections can be violent and bloody and deadly. There is no way, without proper explanation and buy-in, that they could possibly believe that our government has mechanisms for non-violent change. The left wants bloodshed and they welcome it by flooding our borders with illegal immigrants and no assimilation. They are importing ideologies that conflict with ours. They want chaos and breakdown. They are very angry and bitter and destructive people.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Another variation on the Cloward-Piven strategy, this time using illegal immigrants to break down social safety nets and norms. The goal of course being a completely Socialist government, or at best a Fascist one. And of course the implementers who will run this government ‘for our behefit’ will be relatively immune to the consequences, behind their crony capitalism and their walls and their heavily-armed guards and guard dogs . . . .

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  20. NHVoter says:

    From the Buzzfeed reporter who has been reporting on the caravan…

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    • Oaxaca is southern MX. This means they won’t get anywhere near the US border. Whatever back channel “promises” Pres Trump made certainly got their attention.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        “Hello President Nieto? Hi this is Don. Look about that hoard of Hondurans that you let cross into Chiapas last week. Well, if they get any closer to our border you can kiss Nafta goodbye. What’s that? Oh the marchers are being dispersed. Well that just great. Have a nice day and Adios!”

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        • piper567 says:

          more recent reports from the marchers themselves say they are not turning back…they will continue N.

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          • NavyBuckeye says:

            Would it surprise anyone if these marchers are murdered? With the blame put on the drug cartels (via agreement of course- you take the blame for this and we, the Mex. Gov., will turn an even bigger blind eye to the tons of drugs at the border).

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  21. Notmeagain says:

    Living so close to the border, I can’t be happy about the idea of Mexico getting any more chaotic. Desperate people will try harder.

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  22. MontanaMel says:

    When we build that “wall”…remember to paint a bunch of EYE’s on their side….with the motto: WE ARE WATCHING above the eye!
    some of those auto-fire movement controlled guns from the same movie would be nice to have too…I think Ripply used some on the 2nd movie too…love those 1,000 rd mags!
    Check-6

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  23. Lawrence says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump is eyeing Mexico the way he looked at distressed properties when he was in Manhattan real estate. Might we see a hostile takeover of that mess of a country? Maybe a big payback for years of stealing from us? I’ve always been puzzled why throughout history the US has had such little influence south of the border and Caribbean, but Europeans do. It’s our hemisphere. Why not Americanize them, make better before they invade and destroy our culture? Years of cuckoldery takes its toll, I guess.

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    • I hope that we never ever think about inviting Mexico to join the USA. Within 10 years we would be Mexico. No thanks.

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    • Paco Loco says:

      The Mexicans are already Americanized. WalMart’s are everywhere. Go to a mall in Guadalajara and you’d think you were in the US. Parking lots full of new cars, high end stores and chain restaurants like Chillies, PJ Chang’s, Carl’s Jr., Dominoes Pizza, Applebee’s and big box stores lile Sears, Sams Club and Home Depot. Every Mexican has a friend or relative living in the US.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Superficial stuff. Americanized isn’t a material concept it’s an outlook on life and economics. I fear that much of the US is being ‘Mexicanized’.

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      • WonkoTheSane says:

        I had a girlfriend who worked in the American Consulate in Mexico City for 6 years. She said the rich are very rich and they are about 5 percent of the population. They have their own “territories” which are very modern. The rest of the country is poor. The middle class is almost nonexistent.

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  24. Edd says:

    What good news! How wonderful! we will now have a Venezuela on our Southern border full of desperate people. as if Venezuela isn’t far enough away already. Better to have it in our backyard.

    Oh wait! We almost have that now with Mexico’s wonderful government and standard of living, not to mention the morality of Invaders who come here and want to be Americans. Hahaha

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  25. CaptMorgan says:

    Might be good for jobs but we’ll get a million illegals.

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  26. Paco Loco says:

    The problem with the illegal Mexicans in the US is that the Dems in California, Oregon and Washington make it easy for them to live here. They get subsidized housing, welfare, free tuition, medical care …what a bonanza and most of its FREE. Why would anyone want to self deport. America’s socialists are the real problem.

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  27. jmclever says:

    So, is that a real 18 point lead, or is it a Hillary-esque 18 point lead?

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Could be scare tactics. In the end it depends on how many voters get bought, how many ballot boxes get stuffed or switched out, etc. Considering that Mexico (thankfully for them!) still uses paper ballots, election-rigging is an expensive and time-consuming process south of the border.

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  28. LibertyONE says:

    BUT & here comes the caveat…IF Obrado wins & turns Mexico into Venezuela, MILLIONS will be crossing the border and WILL over run this country! That’s WHY the WALL must be built and the border made almost impervious.

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  29. tony5460 says:

    If the Mexico becomes Venezuelan and its economy collapses, how many more millions of Mexican are going to cross the boarder? How can it be an “excellent news”?

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  30. Pyrthroes says:

    Up against the Wall, Obrador! May the spirit of Mictlantecuhtli nest in your flea-bitten armpit, spiral up your left nostril, play tiddly-winks with your constituents’ bare bones.

    Recall the outrageous Chinese bandit in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (2000): “All this Dark Cloud stuff just makes my job easier.” Saddened indeed by Venezuela Redux, Donaldus Magnus will nonetheless having all the backing possible to keep famished pisano hordes at bay.

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  31. vincentcuomo says:

    This is the real reason stocks dropped not the bull about China; all these globalists are worried about losing their cheap labor and factories in mexico; oh dear!

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  32. Luke of the D says:

    This is “Red Dawn” come true! Well the old version. And maybe not the catastrophic old version. But the part where Mexico “plunges into communism.” If Mexico goes the route of Venezuela, we will have a MAJOR problem along the southern border – with or without a wall. The Wall will help, mind you, but if Mexico falls into the socialist/communist trap, it will be a refugee disaster dwarfing even the obamanation tidal waves into Europe from Islamic nations or across the southern border, and of course, it will bring with it terrorism and war.

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  33. Ron Van says:

    Mexico going Marxist is DISASTER…on Steroids ! America can’t survive such a disaster on our southern border; unless we isolate it like we did Cuba for 60 years. This is because, we have the same blueprint developing in America with the Bernie Sander’s voters. This false dream of universal equity, by wealth re-distribution; makes normal people into brainless zombies. May God turn us; from this trending disaster!

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