As predicted, Mexico continues a long slide toward ungovernability.
First of December: Peaceful insurrection in Oaxaca.
They say that if the corrupt governor, Ulises Ruiz Ortiz will not go, then they won't accept Felpe Calderon as president.
Radio La Ley has been jammed by the Secretary of Communications and Transport. Radio University is still on the air. A broadcaster, teacher Carmen López Vázquez received death threats. They told her husband to lock in their children, and said that the teacher may be the soldier, but the children will be the targets of the counterfire.
In right-wing minds, speaking out is the same as firing bullets, and the right response to dissent is killing little children.
In Cosolapa, 150 school workers tried to block the governor from inaugurating a library. The cops and the workers traded blows.
For the first time since 1928, the traditional parade to celebrate the Mexican Revolution has been suspended.
Fox will celebrate at Los Pinos (the presidential palace). Lopez Obrador will be appearing in the Zocalo.
Fox's spokesman says that the change is because the parade is... yawn... passe.