Texas State Senator Dan Patrick is sounding the alarm.  Apparently things are getting bad on the Texas/Mexico border:

  • 100’s of PRO-DRUG CARTEL Mexicans were blocking the entrance to the United States, yesterday and today, banging cars, shouting and holding signs. 10 people were killed Wed. and 12 more yesterday at the border (5 of which were children!!!)
  • Mexico is breaking out in Civil War in the western part of the border and they expect it to spread the entire border with no end in sight.
  • The National Guard will be activated as the scenario worsens and is on Alert now and will remain so until (and IF) Washington does something to end the danger on the border

Patrick has been in touch with DC and as yet, they have not responded.

Isn’t it coincidental that Obama just sent more of our citizens off to possibly die in Afghanistan?  We have untold amounts of troops in Iraq and all over the globe.  Yet our own borders are undefended.

Think about it for a minute… all we hear about is terrorism.  We have to take off our shoes in airports and be scanned in case we are carrying nail cutters or, heaven forbid, baby lotion.  Bank accounts are monitored, as are phone calls, email, and faxes of ordinary Americans.  Yet our borders are porous. You can watch the YouTube videos of Mexicans (and others) pouring into the country, unmolested.

The people in DC, as well as the people who run things, may be evil but they’re not stupid.  There is almost zero security between Mexico and the US for a reason.  This story is not in the `mainstream media’ for a reason.  People are allowed to walk into the US for a reason.  Illegal immigrants are allowed to stay, escape prosecution or deportation, and are being granted the rights of American citizens for a reason.


I am not worried about Texas.  To say that Texas can take care of itself is an understatement.  Take the old stereotype of gun-toting Texans to heart: they will have no trouble defending themselves.  The thing to watch here is the federal response, or lack of thereof.


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