Skip to comments.Bush urged to block Mexican military Agents cite rash of incursions
Posted on 08/28/2008 1:07:47 PM PDT by ckilmer
The U.S. Border Patrol's largest union local has asked President Bush to put an end to the scores of Mexican military incursions into the United States that have put Border Patrol agents at risk of being injured or killed. "It is disgraceful that Border Patrol agents are put in harm's way and our government doesn't do everything reasonably within its power to protect us from marauding Mexican soldiers and others," said Edward "Bud" Tuffly II, head of Local 2544 of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) in Tucson. "Without a forceful response to these illegal incursions, an agent will eventually be seriously wounded or killed. It is only a matter of time," Mr. Tuffly said. "The incursions will not stop until the Mexican military units and their commanders are held accountable for their actions." In a letter Saturday to Mr. Bush, Mr. Tuffly asked the president to "take a strong stand against" Mexican military incursions.
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This is going to sound very unsparing, but Medved is the sort of Jew who would be trying to calm everyone down with the notion that the S.S. just meant extra security—right up to the time they knocked on—and then down—his door. He’s a fool.
Don't expect things to change with a new Admin. This isn't just about the Bush family.
The corporate giants and other elitists at the Council on Foreign Relations want open borders and cheap labor. They usually get what they want.
McCain is a CFR member. If/when he wins, our sovereignty still goes down the commode. But it’s good to see a thread that isn’t dedicated to Bush and McCain worship. Makes for a nice change.
Michelle Obama is on the Board of Directors in the Chicago branch of CFR.
It’s interesting how these Pols, when directly asked about the NAU or CFR, can smile and lie through their teeth.
Medved, like so many other bien-pensants, has been breathing rarefied air for so long that he's lost touch with reality: he's become unaware of the contingencies that always knock down the castles in the air he and others of "the best and the brightest" like to construct.
Here another not so worshipy thread.
Yes, but won't you feel a whole better just knowing that it's a Republican surrendering US sovereignty?
This is a blatant act of war on the part of Mexico. I’d say about 250,000 ground troops backed by 1000 main battle tanks would crush the entire Mexican army. Then we could set aside the three border provinces of Baja California, Chiuauiah and Sonora as a buffer zone manned by U.S. troops to prevent illegal immigration.
I’m looking forward to becoming an even bigger conservative crank over the next four years, regardless of what happens in November.
I’ve been keeping the house nice and dark at night, and yelling at kids and dogs to get out of my yard during the day.
I like to go to the closed blinds, when I see people walking by, and crack them so they can just see my eyes.
I’ve been storing up Ball jars to pee in and I’ve got lots of empty kleenex boxes for `shoes’ so I can go out to the mailbox for my Outdoor Life/Field and Stream.
And I expect to spend a lot of time clinging to my firearms, cleaning them constantly (when I’m not at the range) and I’ll need a lot more ammo; I’ll step out the back door as often as possible and fire my shotgun into the air late at night.
And my Bible. I plan to paint scriptures on the sides of my car. I expect the kids down at the university quad could use some preaching as well.
The children and dogs will pass my house just a little more quickly. There won’t be any moss growing on these dice, that’s for sure....
I thought a couple of BP guys had been killed already by uniformed Mexican military. Am I mistaken?
“Why are Mexican military personnel coming into the US, anyway?”
Medved is an irrelevent Johnny One Note.
Your concept has merit.
This must be a good thread. Removed posts and all. LOL