Antojitos: Fox's Chopping Block

In the "picture worth 1,000 words" category, El Universal cartoonist Carreno has brilliantly captured the bind President Vicente Fox finds himself ahead of tonight's state of the nation address.

By washingtonpost.com |  September 1, 2006; 3:57 PM ET  | Category:  Antojitos
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not such a great cartoon. and it looks like all the PRD candidates managed to do was to pull another political gaffe that angered the great majority of Mexican's as an afront on their patriotism. What do you think will happen at the Grito? They will finally stop losing supporters and recapture some semblance of respectability amongst independents? Keep dreaming for a better story. Right now AMLO is like Venezuela's Chavez without the same level of support in Mexico.

Posted by: eljefejesus | September 7, 2006 02:20 PM

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