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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Emily Robison
"It's kind of a gift to our fans right now," Miss Robison said in a phone interview with the Associated Press from Texas last week, "because I know they've been so patient and they're a bit frustrated with our lack of being out there right now.
"It was about the war then, but I think people on the other side are now realizing they want a voice with maybe the administration that they don't like now," Miss Robison said. "And for them to feel like they wouldn't be able to say what they want to say, it's all relative, because what if people were boycotting them because they said something about Obama? It's just ridiculous. People should be able to say what they want to say."