Mexico: Six More Years of Poverty.

by Miguel de Icaza

Calderón, the most recently purchased president and a corrupt politician has been now appointed Mexico's president by the court.

From The Guardian:

Felipe Calderón has been named president of Mexico, by a court, much as George Bush was named President of the United States, by a court.

But did he win the election? We do not know. The court's decision does not establish this, any more than the Bush v Gore case established that Bush won his first election - which, as we now know, he did not.

In both cases, the truth could have been known in time. But it was not. And that is because one side - in the legal struggle, the winning side - refused and resisted a full recount of the votes.

Posted on 07 Sep 2006