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Mexico is the source of most of the [[marijuana]] imported into the United States.{{fact}}
 
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[[Image:Tacos.jpg|thumbnail|right|0px|Tacos are a traditional Mexican food!]]
  
 
The dominant Religion of Mexico is [[Roman Catholic]]ism.<ref>https://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html#People</ref> The current president is [[Felipe Calderon]] from the PAN or [[National Action Pary]]. Calderon and the PAN are [[conservative]].
 
The dominant Religion of Mexico is [[Roman Catholic]]ism.<ref>https://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html#People</ref> The current president is [[Felipe Calderon]] from the PAN or [[National Action Pary]]. Calderon and the PAN are [[conservative]].

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Mexico is a country in North America, directly south of the United States. Mexico is noted for its poor economy, causing it to be the main contributor of illegal immigration to the United States to find work.

The states of Texas, New Mexico, California, and Arizona were part of Mexico until the Mexican American War. Many U.S. citizens in the region speak Spanish as their native language.

Mexico is the source of most of the marijuana imported into the United States.[Citation Needed]

Tacos are a traditional Mexican food!

The dominant Religion of Mexico is Roman Catholicism.[1] The current president is Felipe Calderon from the PAN or National Action Pary. Calderon and the PAN are conservative.

See also Mexican History.

References

  1. https://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html#People