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To: ckilmer

I’m having a hard time understanding why any soldier of any foreign country setting foot inside the USA uninvited is not an egregious act of war...


2 posted on 08/28/2008 1:09:45 PM PDT by Hegemony Cricket (Vigilantism will arise where the justice system is viewed as overly lenient and/or ineffective.)
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To: Hegemony Cricket
I’m having a hard time understanding why any soldier of any foreign country setting foot inside the USA uninvited is not an egregious act of war...

Three words: North American Union. Michael Medved told me not to worry about it.
7 posted on 08/28/2008 1:12:21 PM PDT by farmer18th (Iraqi Nation Building GWB-Style: "No law that contradicts.. Islam may be established")
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To: Hegemony Cricket
I’m having a hard time understanding why any soldier of any foreign country setting foot inside the USA uninvited is not an egregious act of war...

Because the invader is Mexico; the invaded is the United States; we mustn't do anything to impede the creation of the North American Union; and the man charged with defending our sovereignty is Bush.

Any more questions?

16 posted on 08/28/2008 1:22:08 PM PDT by E. Cartman (Barkeep, in honor of John McCain a round of prune daiquiris for all!)
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To: Hegemony Cricket
First, we need to catch some of them doing it and film some dead-to-rights evidence. Since our government doesn't seem to care about the issue, the Minutemen (for example) could take this on as a side project.
34 posted on 08/28/2008 2:56:54 PM PDT by BlazingArizona
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To: Hegemony Cricket
I’m having a hard time understanding why any soldier of any foreign country setting foot inside the USA uninvited is not an egregious act of war...

Because there's a whole rickety house of cards built up around a criminal conspiracy to maintain cheap labor to keep the economy lumbering along.

Cut out the slave labor and a lot of companies that have set themselves up to exploit this criminal behavior will fold and there goes their contribution to the tax base as well as kickbacks and payoffs to state politicians, the congress and higher level politicians.

We're a nation betrayed by an organized crime syndicate at all levels. The FedGov won't respond for fear of losing access to the underpaid peons that's keeping us afloat.
45 posted on 08/28/2008 5:27:17 PM PDT by Dr.Zoidberg ("Shut the hell up, New York Times, you sanctimonious whining jerks!" - Craig Ferguson)
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To: Hegemony Cricket

It is. But too many in Washington are okay with it.


56 posted on 08/29/2008 2:03:01 PM PDT by Dante3
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