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Thursday, January 26, 2006

The new Great Wall?

US law enforcement had a standoff at the border with Mexican soldiers, but are uncertain as to whether they were Mexican Government, or Mexican Drug Cartel soldiers.

In a news conference, Rick Glancey of the Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition, said three Hudspeth County deputies and at least two Texas Department of Public Safety troopers squared off against at least 10 heavily armed men from the Mexican side of the Rio Grande.

U.S. officials who pursued three fleeing SUVs to the Mexican border saw what appeared to be a Mexican military Humvee help one of the SUVs when it got stuck in the river, he said.

When that didn't work, a group of men dressed in civilian clothes started unloading what appeared to be bundles of marijuana from the SUV, and the stuck vehicle was then torched, he said. A second SUV had a flat tire and was left behind in the United States and its occupant ran across the border, he said.

Glancey said he could not confirm whether the armed men seen at the site were Mexican Army, police officers, or drug dealers, and would not detail what markings deputies may have seen on the men's uniforms or the Humvee.


But here is the part that really concerns me:
Chief Deputy Mike Doyal of the Hudspeth County Sheriff's Department said that Mexican army personnel had several mounted machine guns on the ground more than 200 yards inside the U.S. border, the Daily Bulletin newspaper reported earlier.

"It's been so bred into everyone not to start an international incident with Mexico that it's been going on for years," Doyal said. "When you're up against mounted machine guns, what can you do? Who wants to pull the trigger first? Certainly not us."

Mexican mounted machine gun emplacements on US soil? Going on for years? In Bush's home state, where he was governor? Why?

Another failure brought to you courtesy of George Bush. Your tax dollars - NOT at work. Maybe it is time to build that long wall. If Bush isn't able to prevent Mexican machine gun emplacements on our soil, how the hell are we supposed to believe that he's keeping ANY terrorists out?

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