Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Taking a gun to a little league game on the US-Mexico border

7/20/10, Commenter to story on the neglected war zone at the US-Mexico border : American Thinker: "For most Americans the war erupting along our southern border has elicited little more than passing comments. We feel insulated and secure because of the vast distance separating our lives from the widespread civil unrest that is escalating at an alarming rate. Nearly 25,000 Mexicans and Americans have been killed since the Mexican government's declared war on the drug cartels in 2006.

the humanitarian crisis along our border actually does pose a very serious threat to our national security. It is inexplicable that same news conglomerates that seem obsessed and strangely eager to report every act of violence in the Middle East have remained nearly mute on the

"Growing violence along our southern border being ignored by the media,"
  • by Peter Raymond
7/22/10: (I purposely did not post this until well after the time frame referenced by the commenter. This war is nevertheless something that should be on the front pages of every newspaper. If it were, the problem would be solved). ed


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