Stupifyingly Uninformed--the New York Times Strikes Again Editorially
November 19, 2007
Remember the War on Drugs?
It is good to see Mexico and the United States working together to battle the drug cartels that deliver hundreds of tons of illegal drugs to American consumers every year, killing more than 2,000 Mexicans annually along the way. Still, the Bush administration’s proposed $1.4 billion counter-narcotics aid package falls far short of what is needed to confront the problem.
If Washington is serious about stopping the northward flow of cocaine, heroin and other drugs, it must begin an aggressive campaign to stop the southward flow of money and high-powered weapons that finance and arm the cartels. And there must be a far more serious effort to curb Americans’ use of illicit drugs.
This self-satisfied tripe must have been written between 'cocaine runs' to the NYT toilets. Thirty years of senseless killings haven't taught the boys on the editorial staff a thin…