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Old 10-04-2010
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Originally Posted by sck5 View Post
to write off a whole country because of a border incident in an area that is known to have problems is just plain ridiculous. That is like saying "I'm not going to the US because they have a high murder rate in Chicago"

Mexico is a big country with lots of people and most of them are very friendly. The USA is a more dangerous place by almost any measure unless, of course, you are in the drug trade since most of the violence in Mexico is aimed at them and not at us tourists.
What in the world are you talking about? One 'incident'????? Where have you been?

And to say the US is a more dangerous place is flat out absurd.
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