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Arizonians Preparing For War?

May 2, 2010
Dave Bertrand

The latest outrage over the AK-47 toting smugglers (still at-large) is actually a common occurrence in Arizona. The Arizona war zone forgotten by Homeland Security and the Obama administration has reached an all time peak as law enforcement, U.S. Border Patrol, including armed citizens along the border step-up their vigilance in the wake of yesterday’s shooting of a deputy.

The recent killing of rancher Robert Krentz, this past March, was only 12 miles north of the border, while yesterdays attack was approximately 80 miles north of the border.

How is it that 10 to 20 armed illegal aliens walk across the border (in multiple groups every night), undetected by radar blimps, UAV drones, sophisticated SBI Net towers, and U.S. Border Patrol agents, while terrorizing ranch owners and others while spending $$billions of tax dollars to protect the borders of Afghanistan and Iraq?

Because….this administration and the former Bush administration allow it!

The story continues …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. Ross Wolf permalink
    May 2, 2010 11:58 am

    Increasingly the Arizona border resembles an Iraq War Zone as Mexican Drug smugglers from Mexico invade Arizona, escalating their violence against state police and Arizona Citizens with automatic weapons. Mexican Drug Cartels like Terrorists in Iraq now use (road side bombs) to attack the Mexican police and military. It would be naïve for U.S. Citizens to believe Cartel terrorism—won’t spread to American communities. Meanwhile the press appears focused on reporting the many demonstrations against Arizona’s recently passed immigration law, S.1070 reporting that the new law will cause profiling of certain groups. Not addressing that issue here, I can’t help wonder to what extent passed. S.1070 might help Arizona police damage Mexican Drug Cartels that benefited previously from police being prevented during lawful stops, from determining if a vehicle’s driver and passengers were in the country illegally. It would seem Mexican Drug Cartels might certainly oppose the passage of S1070. It would be interesting to learn if Homeland Security or other U.S. Police agencies have evidence of Mexican Drug Cartels contributing money or other resources to defeat the enactment of S1070.

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