3 Arizona counties closed to Americans, Arizona disappearing
How about that MLB All Star Game now? Americans have been prohibited from entering 3 Arizona counties since 2006, as US government says foreigners are there, and it's not safe for Americans. Apparently this has been unknown to the average American until recently. We continue to have a government not the slightest bit bothered that the country is being closed down due to violence.
Via Patch Adams, from Gateway Pundit from sheriff interview:
6/15: "Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu: Quite frankly I’m telling you as a sheriff that we don’t control that part of the county. My county is larger than the state of Connecticut and we need support from the federal government. It’s their job to secure the border and they haven’t done it. In fact President Obama suspended the construction of the fence.
FOX News reporter: Would you like to see some of the president’s outrage about the oil spill and some of the butt-kicking that he’s talked about doing applied there on the border as well?
Sheriff Paul Babeu: Even with that, you say one thing and then you’re out at a fundraiser in California and you don’t go to the funeral of the people who died in the explosion. You know its one thing to say something slick on television in a ten second soundbite but we need action. And, it’s shameful that we as the most powerful nation on earth can win wars and liberate countries throughout history yet we can’t even secure our own border."
Does this mean the Arizona law wasn't "stupid" after all?
UPDATE, 6/16: : Obama like Bush doesn't give this matter high priority and he has referred it to the "US Fish and Wildlife Service,"
according to a report from Fox News that otherwise tries to smooth over the issue a bit, calling it the 'closing of parkland' in the headline. Do we not have a congress or anyone who will address this ongoing confiscation of American land? Answer: Apparently not. My father gave up years of his youth in World War II fighting to defend the United States. Why did he bother? ed.
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