Moral Obligations - Mexatistics
Causes for a rational execution of #TakeMexico not only pertain to resolving the ills of Mexico for the salvation of America but also takes in to consideration the moral obligation of the superior to aide the innocent.

The following are several recent articles related to the events currently transpiring just mere miles south of America's border:

1. Drug Cartels Wield Power in 68% of Mexico (Insight Crime)
2. Mexico Drug-Related Deaths Were 1,145 in September (Bloomberg)
3. Mexican Drug War > Violence (Wikipedia)
4. Mexican Drug War > Government Corruption (Wikipedia)
5. Mexican Drug War > Exploitation of Migrant (Wiikipedia)
6. Cartel Chainsaw Execution (Best Gore)
7. Cartel Dismemberment (Live Leak)
8. 49 Headless Bodies Dumped in North Mexico (Yahoo! News)

If these common events occurred in the United States of America, the public outrage would be unprecedented and throngs of people would demand resolution.

It would seem hypocritical to claim moral hierarchy when making such allowances for atrocities of a culture that now constitutes 16%+ of the American populace.

Perhaps clarity can be found in that for the last 20(+4) years, a majority of Americans have deemed these individuals as representative of America:

We have a responsibility to be accountable.
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Why The MTA Burned Down
0116 EST
Tv Miller, in addition to several thousand New York City restaurant employees, depart their respective establishments.

As members of the labor class, the venture of fare automobile transportation is less financially alluring, leaving most to utilize the dreaded Metropolitian Transit Authority (MTA) which has now, as of hours prior, reduced train and bus density to less than a quarter or nil due to disrepair and/or discontinued express services, subsequently extending wait time by double digits and travel time by twice it's day time lull.

Bear in mind, New York City is by far one of the most dense locations in the world for food services, most of which are closed after the hours at which the MTA decides to reduce it's functionality, stranding tens of thousands of it's residents.

Over the last several years, we have written a great deal about the malfeasance of the MTA. Aside from it's well known stature of being ranked the most deplorable in the world, a measure to which odor and stagnation are immense but mere blips to it's dysfunction, the MTA is growingly more notorious for it's financial corruption.

Fifteen minutes later, Tv Miller descended the stairs.

0132 EST
His wallet contained 32$, which is enough to cover the cost of a 29$ one week unlimited use Metrocard.

The subway station is centered by a booth occupied by a black male attendant. To the right are three vending machines mirroring another two on the left. He approaches the center vending machine because it lacks the orange hued LEDs warning of some malfunction.

He presses the "start" button as he has done for 3 years, as have the majority of the population of millions of New York occupants both resident and visitor. "Metrocard" then "Refill". He inserts an existing card, a newer measure to conserve. It beckons to reload the 29 dollars the card had prior. He agrees and depresses "cash". The vending machine consumes a twenty dollar bill and two fives. The typical agitation within the machine whirs, clunks and wheezes.

An error? The change, a single dollar coin plinks with in the metallic drawer. The screen alerts him to an issue as the dispenser remains mysteriously void of the card he had just inserted. He fuddles around for the dollar coin and discovers a small, thin and tragically fraile receipt.


He journeys to the booth at center and questions the attendant, expecting that this unified body of MTA authority would certainly resolve the issue immediately and garnish a working Metrocard in exchange for the money currently exchanged for a pithy receipt.


The attendant informs Tv Miller, whose anger will shortly reach a devastating nature, that despite the MTA as an entity using both attendants and vending machines and that despite the MTA consistently efforting consumers to utilize the vending machines, the either, are separate and unable to resolve either's issue. "Protocol" is given, "You must contact the number on the receipt and they will refund you your money by mail."

Flabbergasted to such a notion that they could propose such a methodology, Tv issued a viable question, "What if you don't have a phone and/or mailing address? Where might one go to acquire this supposed refund, despite the fact that it is 1-fucking-40 in the morning and I would have need to utilize this card a mere five hours from now?"

"You'd have to call to find out."

Tv Miller considers him self quite jewish when others are being cavalier with his hard earned currency. Despite being surrounded by MTA operated devices and personnel, 29 dollars and ease of transportation was "no'd" to an easily evaporated shred of paper. He burdened the attendant, who apparently tolerates with this consternation on a frequent basis, with a final query. "Why would they print such pertinent information as thieving money for no services rendered, on a receipt even unworthy of being in a child's toy cash register?"

No answer, understandably.

Well, I have that answer for you.

The greatest resolve for the MTA in this situation is for nothing to occur. A receipt card, likened to the one dispensed by the MTA Metro North vending machines (identical manufacturers) is a stable, significant apparatus. This receipt however, could fall prey to the moisture from a queef. It is a sincere, thought out, deviancy. Despite providing what appears to be to some as the a highly regarded data written card technology, you are given a feeble scrap of receipt paper one might get from a gas pump.

Setting aside the the damage left in his wake that should be heralded as a down payment for an eventual recompense, the MTA should be on alert that we will divert this thievery and boldly use this receipt as representation of the possession of a seven day unlimited pass and will advise all authorities to such, prior to hopping the turn style. Following these seven days, to discontinue a perpetuated victimization, we will cease to pay for any other access to any of the MTA's transportation options through out the remainder of our stay on Shitter Island.

0148 EST
The only reason he had not marched on the head quarters of the Metropolitan Transit Authority and burned it to the ground is, inconvenience. Rest assured, once it has become more convenient for him, they will be made redemptive for their transgressions. Civility requires an arbiter.