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Like most Americans, I don’t have any idea what the administration is doing in Libya. As a faithful liberal said recently, “Who knows what he’s thinking about Qaddafi. I do know this: Barack Obama has launched more cruise missiles and ordered more air strikes than any Nobel Peace Prize winner in history.”
It’s more than fair to say that this administration’s foreign policy is one big shambles, a giant pinball machine-like strategy with the United States caroming from one shiny bumper to another.
There are apparently no bumpers for Mexico. More than 7,000 miles away from Tripoli but mucho closer to you and your family, Mexico is in chaos.
Remember in the 1980s and 1990s when the nightly news routinely featured Colombian drug cartels holding their government’s hostage? Fast forward and move north 2,300 miles and there is a hint of déjà vu in the air.
Last month, the Columbus police chief and various local officials were arrested and charged with selling guns to Mexican drug gangs. This probably wasn’t a great shock to people who live along the border. The border’s been dangerous for decades, and it’s more dangerous than ever today.
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