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Why Are We Protecting the Borders of Other Countries When We Can’t Protect Our Own?

March 3, 2012
Giacomo, Godfather Politics
3/3/2012

All of the combat troops are supposed to be out of Iraq, but combat forces still remain in Afghanistan.  Since I can remember, we have been involved in protecting Vietnam, Grenada, Bahrain, Panama, Iraq, Pakistan and I’ve probably forgot a few other nations.

Thousands of American men and women have given their lives to protect these other nations.  Hundreds of thousands have been injured and maimed while faithfully serving our nation’s call to help other countries.

But what about our own nation?  Who is protecting us from invasion?

Homeland Security, FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement?  Give me a break.

America is under attack by foreign nationals.  Over 10 million of them have infiltrated our country.  They’re stealing jobs from American citizens, resulting in economic chaos in many regions of the nation.  It costs nearly $30,000 to arrest and deport every illegal caught.  They are given numerous free benefits that not even American citizens receive.  They are draining American taxpayers like leaches sucking the blood out of a struggling animal.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

One Comment leave one →
  1. March 3, 2012 11:23 pm

    Actually we are not protecting “their” borders we are hunting terrorist we want to demolish. As for our border I agree, and it should be turned over to the states to use the National Guards. Once they cross that border they ARE the concern of the State and State laws apply to them.

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