Letters to the Editor: A “short brown’ Oaxacan was Mexico’s greatest president. What say you, Nury Martinez?
I know everyone likes big cars, but a lot of other things are better worth buying. Here’s more.
This week’s Reader’s Poll. The winner, in the words of our readers who vote, will have a “long brown” car. Nury Martinez knows what he’s talking about.
A few days before the election, I attended the party where my friends and I, and many others in the Bay Area, gathered to celebrate the result with drinks, food and music.
Our party was hosted at the home of our friends, Bill and Judy Miller (who are celebrating 25 years of marriage this year.)
You see, before the election, Bill and Judy had wanted a “long brown” car, but I insisted that they go with the “short brown” car.
We are all friends, but this is the first time Bill and Judy came at me with a big ol’ “I told you so.”
This is the first time I’ve seen Bill’s face on the radio.
It’s pretty exciting to be on TV and hear from the president of your community.
I think your readers would agree. I think you would also agree with Bill Miller.
I had no idea that “we had a lot of votes.” My friends gave it up.
Oaxacan President Arturo Caballero, you do know what happened in 2006, right?
(Oaxaca, Mexico) — President Arturo Caballero
MEXICO CITY —
Oaxaca, Mexico (CNN) — One of the most recent problems in Mexico’s presidential election, which was won by President Felipe Calderon, was the kidnapping and murder of candidate Josefina Vazquez Mota, wife of Governor Alejandro Vazquez Mota. Josefina was killed last Friday, Dec. 3. Her body was found on Sunday morning.
Vazquez Mota was the former governor of Chiapas state, one of Mexico’s poorest and most violent