Thursday, July 29, 2010

Breaking the Laws Americans Won't Break

This article discusses the problem of illegal aliens accessing military bases -- in this case Fort Huachuca, Arizona, which serves as the country's largest military intelligence training center. A cleaning company contracted for work on the base employed illegal aliens. When authorities raided the company's offices, they discovered that

". . . one of the ladies was hiding her Mexican I.D. in an enchilada, trying to conceal the identification . . ."

This is called living the stereotype, folks. My understanding is that fifteen other Mexicans piled into a Pinto and made a run for it, but later were captured applying for in-state tuition discounts at Quesadilla State College, in Phoenix.

In 2007, the Washington Times reported Fort Huachuca changed security measures "after sources warned that possibly 60 Afghan and Iraqi terrorists were to be smuggled into the U.S. through underground tunnels with high-powered weapons to attack the Arizona Army base."

An FBI advisory stated, "A portion of the operatives were in the United States, with the remainder not yet in the United States. The Afghanis and Iraqis shaved their beards so as not to appear to be Middle Easterners."

According to the report, illegal aliens from the Middle East paid Mexican drug lords $20,000 "or the equivalent in weapons" for smuggling them and their weapons through the tunnels.

One source who spoke with DEA intelligence agents said the weapons included two Milan anti-tank missiles, Soviet-made surface-to-air missiles, grenade launchers, long guns and handguns.

The Tucson Weekly reported one rancher just west of Fort Huachuca answered his door in 2004 when a female illegal alien asked to use his phone.

According to the report, the call was to Libya.

As WND recently reported, thousands of illegal aliens apprehended along the 2,000 mile border stretching through California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas aren't even from Mexico. Many are citizens of countries that are known sponsors of terrorism, including Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Syria and Iran.

Thinking hurts. Logic particularly is painful. So sit back, exhale, and repeat after me. I'm sure you remember our mantra:

"We gotta fight 'em over thar, so we ain't gotta fight 'em over hee-yar!"

Gosh, I feel better now.

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