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Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico

 
mrroy
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Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
I'll give you all the link first..

[link to www.mexicoonmymind.com]

Now here comes the quote..

Need another reason for retiring to Mexico? This is a recap of facts about the current economic status of American citizens, from various credible financial information sources including the GAO in Washington, DC. In “50 Economic Numbers From 2011 That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe,” the “Economic Collapse” blog offers up a long list of bullet points that draw a depressing economic picture. Fifty may be overkill, but even the ten below paint a pretty depressing picture.
1. Forty-eight percent of all Americans are either considered to be “low income” or “living in poverty.”
2. Approximately 57 percent of all children in the United States are living in homes that are either low income or impoverished.
3. Since December 2007, median household income in the United States has declined a total of 6.8% once you account for inflation.


Hit the link and read the rest..
I personal think this is one reason why the Obama regime kept sending guns south. To make to the sheep fearful of taking all of our money we have left and getting the fuck out of here.
OOOOO, Mexico, it's so scary. No way, Jose. All the expats that I have met living in Mexico are doing way better down south.

Go check for yourself. Let me hear your personal Mexican nightmare. It can't be any worse than this multiracial hell-hole.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Not on the list, but a cogent argument, nonetheless – Your purchasing power with US dollars lost 15% this year alone!
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
the food is better and fresher
the cooks are better and prouder
the beef is grass fed not grain fed
less chemtrails
less GMO
less fluoride
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Thank you

Those are some very good and truthful reasons too.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Fecal storms!
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Like when you are speaking.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Did you know that . . . ?
Mexico is the 11th largest economy in the world and growing.
Google’s growth in Mexico is faster than in China or India.
Mexico’s GDP is growing at 2+ times that of the US.
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This should be pinned instead of that chinese doom crap.

Last Edited by mrroy on 07/17/2012 02:18 AM
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Yeah, but what happens when the Cantrell oil field runs out and they start importing oil and cutting off exports?

I would think that would change things quite a bit down there.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Yeah, but what happens when the Cantrell oil field runs out and they start importing oil and cutting off exports?

I would think that would change things quite a bit down there.
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Not going to happen. In 10 years they will be one of the top algae oil producers in the world.

[link to www.treehugger.com]
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Not sure if you all can handle the truth..

Once you have decided to relocate to Mexico, there will be a plethora of things to take care of and prepare for your move here. This guide will help you to create your own personalized relocation check-list.

The list in this guide covers many practical aspects of moving to Mexico and will help you to create a personal check-list of tasks for your individual situation.

[link to www.mexperience.com]

Or do you like martial law & flash mobs ?

Last Edited by mrroy on 07/17/2012 08:36 PM
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Yes, Mexico is a paradise! Which explains why millions of wetbacks are in the USA!
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I can have multiple wives in mexico!!5a
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speedy
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Yes, Mexico is a paradise! Which explains why millions of wetbacks are in the USA!
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uh, cause the grass is greener on the other side..

No one said Mexico is paradise. I certainly would not want to move to Mexico City. Or the state or Sinola. But if you follow the links a lot of Mexico is a lot better off the many places in amerika.

Chicago sounds wonderful. Doubt that there are very many wetbacks there.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
go you will die there.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
go you will die there.
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We are all going to die sometime. I'm 60 and looking at death down there at the end of the tunnel.

If I die a warm natural death along the beach some where down south I will die happy.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Soon it will be a year for me in Queretaro.
This is the most safe place I have ever lived...And Ive lived all over the world.

Its beautiful, gas is real cheep, food is great and the people are friendly in this area...
Lots of very big international company's here.. Its kind of like a melting pot.



Last Edited by SPIRAL COBRA on 07/17/2012 09:10 PM
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
I moved to Ciudad Juarez Mexico in 2007, and despite witnessing the most brutal episodes of the drug war down here, I can say that living in Mexico is vastly better for me than living in the states. With the exchange rate staying between 12 and 14 pesos per dollar, I can live well with amounts that would have me eligible for welfare in the U.S. Food, utilities, rent and transport are cheaper. Everyone leaves you alone to do your own thing. Personal freedom is still highly cherished here. It reminds me of how life was in the U.S. when I was younger. Community is still very much alive here as well, despite it being a huge city. If I need help with anything, I know that someone I know or just someone walking by will stop and lend a hand. I've lived further south, in the more touristy areas which are unbelievably beautiful but even living here, I have had nothing but good experiences. I'd like to also point out that the majority of the city is full of everyday people making a living and taking time out for family and friends whenever they are able. The media has made it sound like this is a place where you will die should you even dare set foot over the bridge, but experience has shown me otherwise. Take it however you like, but nearing 5 years of being here, I have no desire to return to the U.S.
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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
Yes, Mexico is a paradise! Which explains why millions of wetbacks are in the USA!
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this is what they did in Mexico before they invented soccer.

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Yes, Mexico is a paradise! Which explains why millions of wetbacks are in the USA!
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this is what they did in Mexico before they invented soccer.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2094322


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Re: Some Good Reasons for Moving to Mexico
I moved to Ciudad Juarez Mexico in 2007, and despite witnessing the most brutal episodes of the drug war down here, I can say that living in Mexico is vastly better for me than living in the states. With the exchange rate staying between 12 and 14 pesos per dollar, I can live well with amounts that would have me eligible for welfare in the U.S. Food, utilities, rent and transport are cheaper. Everyone leaves you alone to do your own thing. Personal freedom is still highly cherished here. It reminds me of how life was in the U.S. when I was younger. Community is still very much alive here as well, despite it being a huge city. If I need help with anything, I know that someone I know or just someone walking by will stop and lend a hand. I've lived further south, in the more touristy areas which are unbelievably beautiful but even living here, I have had nothing but good experiences. I'd like to also point out that the majority of the city is full of everyday people making a living and taking time out for family and friends whenever they are able. The media has made it sound like this is a place where you will die should you even dare set foot over the bridge, but experience has shown me otherwise. Take it however you like, but nearing 5 years of being here, I have no desire to return to the U.S.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19543065


ya this is how it used to be in the US before the fucking Mexicans started coming in droves. Why do you think it's good down there? we pay for these fuckers.