Thursday, May 27, 2010

Because Law-Breakers Don't Hurt People; Drugs and Guns Do

Are you petty criminal from Mexico looking for better opportunities in the United States? Are you a sadistic human trafficker? Are you worried that an active tuberculosis infection might interfere with your plans to start working in America immediately?

Are you concerned that troops being sent to the Mexican border will lead to an outbreak of law and order?

Here's some good news for you: US troops will be careful not to get in your way!

US National Guard troops being sent to the Mexican border will be used to stem the flow of guns and drugs across the frontier and not to enforce US immigration laws, the State Department said Wednesday.

The clarification came after the Mexican government urged Washington not to use the additional troops to go after illegal immigrants.

President Barack Obama on Tuesday authorized the deployment of up to 1,200 additional troops to border areas but State Department spokesman Philip Crowley told reporters, "It's not about immigration."

...because criminal aliens don't hurt people; drugs and guns do!


Children Kidnapped for Sex Trafficking
"These children have been raped repeatedly more than 30 times a day. The more use they get out of a child, the more profit," he tells us. "They are using these children. The younger the better for the human trafficker."

Pacific couple sentenced for human smuggling crimes

US Fights Human Slavery in Major Cities

The real problem with the Arizona law is that it threatens to make immigration enforcement a reality.


robert verdi said...

dog and pony show.

Proof said...

Sadly enough, those 1200 aren't going to be patrolling the border in any way, they are being sent down, sans weapons, to relieve civilians of "support" duty.
Sounds like paper pushers to me!
Your tax dollars at work. Seems to me they could hire some "temps" at far less cost and get the same results.