Sunday, May 27, 2007

Kennedy And Kyl Opening The Floodgates

While the quislings Kennedy and Kyl laugh it up in Washington over their bill of betrayal, events in Mexico give us a good idea what we may anticipate if this abomination is made law.

Let's begin
here. Earlier this month a pre-dawn attack by dozens of heavily armed men in the town of Cananea, only 20 miles south of Arizona, left four police dead. Two other officers were found severely beaten. Sonora's governor revealed that police in Cananea and Agua Prieta (another border town) were being investigated involving corruption allegations.

Also this month, a police commander in the wealthy Monterrey suburb, San Nicolas de los Garza, was killed by gunmen wielding automatic rifles. The leader of a state investigative police team was killed in Hermosillo, the Sonora state capital. Gunmen also killed the chief of criminal investigations in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco

A newspaper in the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora announced it will shut down temporarily amid continued criminal attacks and threats. Recently, unidentified assailants tossed a hand grenade from a passing car at the offices of the newspaper, located in the Sonoran capital of Hermosillo, following a similar attack in April.

Earlier this year, Hector Ayala, chief of police in the wealthy town of San Pedro Garza Garcia outside Monterrey, was killed when a car overtook his vehicle and opened fire. Four hours before that happened, Sabinas Hidalgo police chief Javier Garcia was abducted by armed assailants, bound and shot in the back of the head. His body was found alongside a highway outside the farming town of 30,000, about 50 miles north of Monterrey and 80 miles south of the U.S. border at Laredo, Texas.

While the list goes on and on showing what danger lurks at our borders , those with no integrity, like our lying Senator Jon Kyl here in Arizona, continue to plot against us.

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