Skip to comments.National Guard withdrawing 900 troops from U.S.-Mexico border
Posted on 04/18/2012 8:51:53 PM PDT by Rabin
The Pentagon began flying military helicopters and surveillance planes over the U.S. border with Mexico last month as part of an effort to withdraw (900),all but 300 of the National Guard ground troops who have helped patrol the rugged border since mid-2010. The 300 (remaining) troops will fly aircraft, or analyze intelligence about smuggling routes in command centers miles from the border ... In the first year, the National Guard troops helped apprehend 17,887 illegal immigrants and seize 56,342 pounds of marijuana... The National Guard leadership became concerned that the mission, if extended, could hurt recruitment... State Department officials, further use of National Guard troops could create a perception of a militarized U.S. border with Mexico,
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Are they headed to Sanford, Florida?
Its election season, time for Obama to bring in his voters from across the border to vote fifty time for him
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>>Re election funds gush in through border Laundromats.<<
That is it in a nutshell.
What about the tunnels?
Obummer removes 900 National Guard troops from U.S.-Mexico border and replaces them with 47 Secret Service agents and 21 female Spanish-language translators.
That is exactly what we desperately need, a heavily militarized U.S. border along that snake pit.
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