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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Our Porous Borders


From World Net Daily, March 10, 2011 edition (hat tip to Bunkerville):
Hundreds of illegal aliens from terror-linked nations such as Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Pakistan, Iran and Syria have been nabbed by the U.S. Border Patrol sneaking illegally into the country, and an organization that monitors government's actions and prosecutes malfeasance says given Barack Obama's record on border security, it's not a surprise.

The terror-linked illegals were among the 463,382 individuals apprehended being smuggled – or smuggling others – across the U.S. borders last year according to federal documents obtained by Judicial Watch.

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Overall, U.S. Border Patrol agents apprehended 663 "Aliens from Special Interest Countries," the report said. These countries are deemed "special interest" because of their suspected ties to terrorism.

The numbers also tell only a part of the story, since the report confirms the U.S. Border Patrol estimates three of every four illegal aliens who cross the border evade apprehension....
Read the rest HERE.

A nation without secure borders is no longer a sovereign nation.

And what issue did Obama deliver a televised message on last week? Overseeing child speech (preventing bullying).

Surreal.

Have we fallen into an alternate universe?


5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Hat Tip! It is totally nuts that no one is reporting on this while we have to have our "groin check" at airports.

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  2. Well, let me guess, they'll blame us when something goes "ka-boom."

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  3. Don't be surprised that if even after a bomb is smuggled across and detonated, they're still "debating" the immigration bill.

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  4. I'm afraid that MK is right. The Republicans nearly as bad as the Democrats on this issue.

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