Skip to comments.US Homeland Security secretary calls security on US border with Mexico better than ever
Posted on 03/24/2011 6:52:43 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
EL PASO, Texas - U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said Thursday that security on the southern U.S. border "is...
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When Visiting A Border Park
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument shares the border with Mexico for 32 miles. This is a remote region.
Visitors should be aware that drug smuggling routes pass through the park. If you see any activity which looks illegal, suspicious, or out of place, please do not intervene. Note your location. Call 911 or report it to a ranger as quickly as possible.
Each year hundreds of people travel north through the park seeking to enter the United States. It is possible you could encounter an individual or small group trying to walk through the park with little or no water. Please do not stop, but instead, note your location and immediately call 911 or contact a ranger as soon as possible. Lack of water is a life-threatening emergency in the desert.
I guess she did not get this memo.
The crazy hag hasn’t seen this:
Except for the ATF giving away free weapons to the Mexican drug cartels.
Well... it’s probably true. Border security is improved over past years. But it’s still not good. Not nearly good enough.
I kind of miss Bob. Maybe Obama could take him on as his next Press Secretary? Bob would be the perfect choice.
Bob could learn a thing or two from Janet.
I was just reading this same article in the Brownsville, TX paper. The reader comments there are enlightening. Maybe the AP can sell Janet’s baloney in Minneapolis but the southern border towns ain’t buyin’.
better for who?
terrorists who sneak in???