Skip to comments.Drawing A Line In The Sand, Up In Vermont
Posted on 05/17/2010 9:28:09 AM PDT by Biggirl
Up in northern Vermont, Franklin, Vermont, there is a red brick house which is located in a rural back road area, in which, heavy traffic would be considered having three cars an hour passing on by.
That rural bucolic setting of farm houses, silos, and sugar maples has become the focus of a very bitter dispute between Homeland Security who do believe that it needs to secure that border to protect the nation against terrorists who could bring in lethal weapons and an American farm family that need the land to feed their dairy cows hay.
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The more interesting take - Since Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California are too far away to effectively police, how about we effectively police a border crossing that is closer?
With all the focus on Arizona you would think that some minor level functionary in Homeland Security would recognize the political capital that could be made by working on the southern border.
Since they haven't, there must be another, more important, reason. Too far to travel? Don't like deserts? Too much political heat? Too .. you get the picture.
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