Forty-three people were killed and 18 injured Friday morning in a roadway crash involving a bus in the Mexican state of Veracruz, the governor's office said.
Is this a news story or Mazda commercial?
Seriously?! The shark struck again! When is the world going to do something to stop this killer shark? First, South Africa, then Pakistan, and now Mexico!
While my sympathy goes out to the families of the victims, this is a liitle light on information...
You NEVER had to deal with them...they lived in MEXICO.....be quiet.
Oh 43 killed, so where's the George Zimmerman flash mob now.
Insanity strikes again!
Exactly why we don't approve the GOP...
HYPOCRISY at it's finest!
What ever happened to 'We the People, for the People?
Thoughts and prayers for the victims and their families...
The same for Pakistan!
You seem to do just fine. And watch your mouth. I have it bad enough with these other clowns, chico, without you calling me names too.
The crash was due to heavy thunderstorms.
Death toll: 131
@High Hopes I didn't realize the commander in chief was GOP. Thanks for clearing that up. Maybe if we had a Democrat with executive authority?
How come all the border patrol agents are mexicans on the American side???
@Zzzetc. You, sir, are sadly mistaken. The US Border Patrol does not hire illegal aliens. Get a clue ma'am.
She was to replying to Jeff Frank.
Thought you should know.
Aztecs are wimps!!!
n order to enhance public opinion of a new crowd control technology, the US military has been showcasing a new weapon it has nicknamed the "pain ray".
The high-tech system cost more than $120m to develop and was deployed in Afghanistan two years ago. It was recalled, however, due to concerns about the public perception that the military would be "microwaving" Afghans
Maybe we need hispanic boarder agents to do the job,,why because most of white people see that job as below there status,,make sense?
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