Monday, October 18, 2010

Texas Will Defend Themselves Against Mexican Drug Cartels

Mexican Citizens are rioting in border towns. They are not protesting the lawlessness that is wrought by the occupying drug cartels; no, they are protesting the Mexican military and police. The protesters are thought to be on the payroll of the murderous gangs that have taken control of northern Mexico.

A Texas state senator was recently interviewed on Fox News. He warns of a massive migration of refugees who may attempt to cross the border so as to escape the mayhem and savagery of these cartels. During the interview the senator, warned that Texans will not stand by and let these savages cross over into their territory and harm the citizens of that great state. The citizens of Texas know they are pretty much on their own.

The Obama administration is weak and impotent at securing our border. The Washington Times reported the response of the federal government to the crisis in Arizona:

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, whose county lies at the center of major drug and alien smuggling routes to Phoenix and cities east and west, attests to the violence. He said his deputies are outmanned and outgunned by drug traffickers in the rough-hewn desert stretches of his own county.

"Mexican drug cartels literally do control parts of Arizona," he said. "They literally have scouts on the high points in the mountains and in the hills and they literally control movement. They have radios, they have optics, they have night-vision goggles as good as anything law enforcement has.

"This is going on here in Arizona," he said. "This is 70 to 80 miles from the border - 30 miles from the fifth-largest city in the United States."

He said he asked the Obama administration for 3,000 National Guard soldiers to patrol the border, but what he got were 15 signs.

The states must defend themselves. We can’t expect protection from the Obama Administration. This president is too busy trying to bankrupt the country; besides he would just blame us for Mexico’s problems.

H/T:  Randy's Right


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