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July 04, 2010

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While I am sympathetic to the theory that the PRI allowed the DTO's to rise throughout Mexico, I would like to hear your thoughts on how the AFO still rose to prominence under PAN governed Baja/Tijuana.

On another note; anyone looking for a laugh should compare election coverage articles in the New York Times and USA Today.

Hi Sylvia
Right on target
thx
Landis

When does Bustamante take office in Tijuana?

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