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Posted: 5/21/2002 3:42:41 PM EST
I just seen on fox that last Friday the mexican army crossed over the border in a humvee and intentionally and fired at a US border patrol vehicle. They said that the mexican army has crossed over 117 times in the last 5 years. O Rielly will have more on this tomorrow. What the F*** as that all about.
And our government wants to put unarmed National Guardsmen on the Mexican Border! Sitting ducks is what they'll be....
You know what would be right and just? A follow up report that goes something like this:
"In the ensuing firefight, all the Mexican Army personnel were killed. 'I had no idea they were Mexican Army' said Joe Schmoe of the US Border Patrol. 'I saw an unidentified offroad vehicle probing the border, consistent with the operations of 'coyotes', drug runners. They opened fire as soon as they spotted us, we returned fire immediately'
When questioned, about the killing of the Mexican Army personnel, Dick Smack, spokesman for the administration, stated 'especially in light of the terroristic threats from abroad, any incursion into soveriegn and protected US territory will be vigorously repelled with armed force.'"
Fat chance, huh! It sure sounds nice though.
How much you wanna bet they were running drugs?
I remember awhile back 2 Border Patrol Guys getting shot to death by the Federalies.
I say we declare open season on the border and move all the Military Gunnery ranges there.
Meanwhile, out Border Patrol is sorely underarmed and supported.
How who you like to be alone, in a virtual wasteland, with a .40s&w pistol.
It's about drug smuggling and the wad of cash they get paid to clear the way or create a diversion.
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