Insulting is right!
I mean come on, any idiot knows you put crocodiles in moats, not alligators.
[via HotAir] Jeff Gee, one of the organizers behind the petition and a firefighter battling the still-burning fire in Horseshoe Canyon, says he was insulted by Obama’s speech.
“I’m really disappointed at current border security, I’m really disappointed at the president’s speech saying that people like me wants moats with alligators, but moats with alligators might work, nothing else,” he told FoxNews.com.
“We’re doing everything we can to get the word out that this is serious problem, it’s not just a border issue, the drugs and crime are moving through the corridor and they keep going to major cities. I don’t know if this letter will help, but nothing else is.” [Read More]
http://StandwithArizona.com Just disgraceful. Obama says Republicans will “never be satisfied” by the amount of border protection he has ordered, even as the border is more dangerous than ever. “Maybe they’ll need a moat. Maybe they’ll want alligators in the moat. They’ll never be satisfied.” Tell that to the widow of Robert Krentz, Mr. President. Or the family of slain agent Brian Terry, murdered by the very guns you gave to the cartels and now are covering up. “ I understand. That’s politics”, said Obama. But it is HIS politics. The cynical politics of race and division. It’s un-American. 2012 cannot come soon enough.
Oh, come on…
Racists talk! /sarc off
At least, to hear the President talk about the border (you know, with him NOT living by it or anything), it is! After all, he know’s all about the crime issues going on and WHY border states are worried…
The MAIN reason why some of us will never be satisfied.
What can we say?
It’s just all those beheadings, they just make us (who ACTUALLY live in a border state) a tab bit uncomfortable.
I mean what’s a little beheading between friends, eh?
Mexican drug cartel suspected after 29 decapitated in GuatemalaGunmen working for Los Zetas, considered Mexico’s most violent drug cartel, murdered at least 29 farmworkers over the weekend in a community in northern Guatemala near the Mexican border, officials said.
The bodies were found Sunday at the Los Cocos ranch outside the city of La Libertad, located about 630 kilometers (391 miles) north of Guatemala City, National Civilian Police, or PNC, deputy chief Gerson Oliva said.
About 200 heavily armed men belonging to Los Zetas’ Z 200 cell arrived in Los Cocos on Saturday night and attacked the farmworkers, PNC investigators said.
Initial police reports said the victims died in a shootout, but investigators later revised their report after gathering evidence at the crime scene.
The massacre occurred early Sunday and the victims were beheaded by the gunmen, the PNC said.
Dozens of soldiers were sent to the border with Mexico, located about 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Los Cocos, army spokesman Col. Rony Urizar told Efe.
“Aerial and land surveillance has been ordered, and we are coordinating with Mexican authorities to prevent (those behind the massacre) from escaping across the border,” Urizar said.
Los Cocos is in Peten, a province covered by dense jungles that is used by international drug traffickers to smuggle narcotics from South America into Mexico.
Leon Lara was murdered Saturday on the outskirts of Flores, another city in Peten.
He was the brother of Juan Jose Leon, a Guatemalan drug trafficker who operated in the eastern region of the country and was murdered along with 10 other people by Zetas gunmen in March 2008.
Haroldo Waldemar Leon Lara was driving from Flores to Los Cocos when he was killed, investigators said, adding that the rancher was carrying 250,000 quetzales (about $31,200) in cash to pay his workers.
Los Zetas may have carried out both the rancher’s killing and the massacre at the ranch, investigators said.
PNC drug enforcement agents and prosecutors are at Los Cocos to gather evidence for the investigation and try to determine the motive for the massacre.
Los Zetas has been blamed for several massacres in Mexico, including the killings last August of 72 migrants, the majority of them from Latin America, at a ranch outside San Fernando, a city in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas.
The cartel is also suspected of being behind the killings of 183 people whose remains were found in 40 mass graves in Tamaulipas in the past few weeks.
Los Zetas has been battling rivals in several states for control of smuggling routes into the United States.
Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, known as “El Lazca,” deserted from the Mexican army in 1999 and formed Los Zetas with three other soldiers, all members of an elite special operations unit, becoming the armed wing of the Gulf drug cartel.
After about a decade on the payroll of the Gulf cartel, Los Zetas went into the drug business on their own account and now control several lucrative territories.
Los Zetas, in addition to trafficking drugs, is also involved in kidnappings, armed robberies and extortion rackets. [Read More]
Funniest thing is, with all these people who are anti-ANTI-illegal immigration?
Weird, but few to NONE actually live in, on or around a border state…
Cause if they did?
They wouldn’t be quite so idiotic, as our current President.
Yes, sure, I like it.
Not an original concept…
But I definitely think it’s do’able.
[via MyPetJawa] March 14, 2008
Forget the Fence, Build a Moat. Put in Alligators, Sharks with Laser Beams.
Finally, a frickin’ moat to protect the border. Okay, the alligator and sharks with lazer beams idea is a pipe dream. Everybody knows that shark-laser beam technology is years away from practical application and that alligators wouldn’t survive the harsh Arizona climate.
The real solution? Piranhas. [Read More]