With polls showing Mexico's Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador gaining a steady four-point lead over his conservative, pro-U.S. rival, U.S. intelligence sources report that the Bush administration, working closely with new CIA Director Michael Hayden, is beefing up plans to destabilize an Obrador administration. These plans include "wet affairs" (assassinations) against senior figures in a PRD government, including Obrador himself, according to the sources. The U.S. wet affairs plans for Mexico are being coordinated from secret locations in southTexas. Mexico's presidential election is scheduled for July 2.
A President Obrador will be target number one for Bush regime. That may be good news for Iran and Venezuela but not good news for our southern neighbor.