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Obama's Budget Kills Border Fence Extension
Associated Press ^
| May 8, 2009
Posted on 05/08/2009 4:21:09 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
WASHINGTON President Barack Obama's budget blueprint cancels plans to extend the border fence along the U.S.-Mexico border beyond the 670 miles already completed or planned. The move marks a significant shift from the much-heralded approach to border security advocated by President George W. Bush.
The Obama administration's turnabout left limited funds for roads, lights and the so-called tactical infrastructure but left no money to extend the pedestrian fencing and vehicle barriers erected along roughly one-third of the nation's 1,947 mile border with Mexico.
As a Democratic senator representing Illinois, Obama joined 79 other senators in 2006 to support construction of the barrier system.
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TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: aliens; amnesty; bho44; bhobudget; bhobudgetcuts; border; bordersecurity; fence; immigrantlist; mexico
To: Free ThinkerNY
And he plans on installing billboards along the virtual fence -— FENCE ON — FENCO OFF to aid travelers.
posted on 05/08/2009 4:22:34 PM PDT
(You abolish your responsibilities, you surrender your rights.)
To: Free ThinkerNY
That no-good, POS...
PROTECTING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IS JOB ONE, AS A PRESIDENT...
frickin' Islamic plant!
posted on 05/08/2009 4:46:06 PM PDT
(CONSERVATIVE AGAIN IN 2010 ..... Now, is it 2012 yet ???)
To: Free ThinkerNY; 1_Inch_Group; 2sheep; 2Trievers; 3AngelaD; 3pools; 3rdcanyon; 4Freedom; ...
posted on 05/10/2009 11:47:35 AM PDT
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posted on 05/10/2009 12:10:45 PM PDT
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