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Mexican Gunmen Overrun National Guard At The Border

January 5th, 2007 by Kevin

Bush once said those infamous words "just doing jobs Americans won't do".  And critics everywhere have latched onto those words, and rightly so.  However, I'd like to hear how that explains what has just occurred on the Arizona border with Mexico.  Mexican gunmen have just attacked and routed a National Guard.

According to the Border Patrol, an unknown number of gunmen attacked the site in the state's West Desert Region around 11 p.m. The site is manned by National Guardsmen. Those guardsmen were forced to retreat. 

Details are still sketchy but this is certainly more than Mexicans just coming across the border to work.  Yet according to Bush, Mexico is our friend and partner.  Then why they hell are they not only invading our borders, but attacking our military?

Anyone that is not pissed off by this cannot honestly claim that they give a flying fart about our national security.  While Democrats and weak-kneed Republicans piss around with a guest worker program and granting amnesty to criminals, we have armed hostiles attacking our border.  

Here is an idea guys, how about we establish a border before we tell people they can cross it to work.  Because sure as shit right now either there is no border, or you don't care to defend it.   Bush may I remind you, that you are the Commander-In-Chief??  That means you're in charge of the military.  Right now you are extremely delinquent in your duties. And McCain, you don't have a prayer at the presidency if you aren't even willing to build a goddamned fence on the border, much less defend it. 

[H/T : Riehl World View

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  1. EckerNet.Com » Blog Archive » Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before… Says:

    […] The southern border is roughly 2000 miles long…so even if they are all standing their 24/7 that still amounts to less than one Guard member per mile.  Think you (or anyone) can actually monitor, much less enforce, a mile of (often difficult) terrain?  Especially when your orders don’t allow you to do much, essentially leaving you to be overrun by heavily armed drug runners. […]