In response to the record-breaking number of 85 people violently
killed across Mexico in a span of 24 hours, President Felipe Calderon
released a 5,000-word letter Sunday defending his support and
dedication to the drug war.
The further I read into the letter, the more I realized how much of
what he said was redundant.
In the second section of his letter, "The Cause of the Problems,"
Calderon explained that the U.S. is like a "drug-addicted neighbor,"
demanding a high quantity of drugs from "the house next door."
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