Understanding the 2018 Mexican Election

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  1. jerry

    jerry Well-Known Member

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    Like Trump...
     
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    About right. "AMLO’s critics portray him as a danger to Mexican democracy, and it’s true that his personal leadership style might test the strength of its institutions. But so would the election of any other candidate. AMLO’s election would also be a testament of democratic normalcy: he is the strongest opposition candidate confronting a deeply unpopular administration. The real issue, perhaps, is that Mexico’s greatest problems—massive inequality along with devastating crime and violence—cannot be fully resolved by its political system. In that, too, Mexico is hardly alone. It is merely one face of the great problem of our time, as oligarchic pressures crowd out democratic ones. MORENA’s slogan is “Mexico’s hope,” and Mexicans have sorely earned it. But what comes after hope
     
  4. Stuart

    Stuart Aye carumba!!! Staff Member

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    That's easy. Change. Just ask Obama.

    Hope and Change.

    Bwahahaha!
     
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