U.S. Proposes Unmanned Border Entry With Mexico

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    The National Park service is funding a 2.3 million dollar unmanned border crossing with the Mexican town of Boquillas del Carmen a town of less than 100 people! With the taxpayers money!!! We're trying to close the border not build new roadways for the illegal aliens to enter into America!!! The next thing you know the Mexican Army backed by other foreign nations will be using this roadway to invade us!

    The State Park has very few visitors and the Mexican town that's it's supposed to benefit has a population of about 56 people. That $2.3 million dollars is needed other places that will have more value to the American taxpayers!

    I believe that the Mexicans in Mexico will cave in to the money, and they will bring terrorists into the United States for profit through that unchecked crossing. There will be no Border Agent there to check in the trunks of their cars for drugs and stolen children. The terrorists will get into the U.S. State Park and then keep on going into America and disappear to never be seen again, until they blow something up!

    CALL the National Park Service and tell them, "NOT to build the unmanned border crossing in Big Bend National Park allowing the Mexicans from Boquillas del Carmen to scan their identity cards to get into America."


    The public will be able to voice their opinions on the 2.3 million dollar project until December 27, 2011.

    Contact information

    National Park Service
    1849 C Street NW
    Washington, DC 20240

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    (202) 208-3818

    http://www.nps.gov/aboutus/contactinformation.htm
     
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    This administration has to go and the best man to replace him is Ron Paul but I am afraid he will not even get a nomination.
     
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    Obama cuttin' number of guard troops at border...
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    Feds may reduce number of Guard troops at U.S. border
    Dec. 12, 2011 - Drop in immigrant arrests may spur drawdown of Guard
     
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    One thing about obama, he's consistent. If it will harm America or Americans, he will do it.
     
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    Don't go there, dey might cut yer cajones off when ya ain't lookin'...
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    US issues warning on travel to Mexico
    02/10/2012 - Violence linked to drug cartels and organized crime prompted the U.S. State Department to issue a new travel warning for U.S. citizens in Mexico.
    See also:

    Massive methamphetamine seizure in Mexico
    9 February 2012 - Soldiers found barrels full of the synthetic drug at the ranch outside of Guadalajara
     
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    Mexican narco-war gettin' awful close to spillin' over the border...
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    Mexican Army, Cartel Armed Conflict Forces U.S. to Shut Down Two Border Bridge Crossings
    March 14, 2012 - Several gun battles between Mexican military forces and drug traffickers prompted U.S. authorities to temporarily shut down two international bridge crossings on the southwest border last week.
     
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    Maybe obamaturd should move to mexico since he loves them so much.
     
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    Seems to me that Obama is looking to destroy the USA. Those who can't see it, can't see the forest for the trees. The man's loyalties lie elsewhere.
     
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    Illegals still dyin' inna desert...
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    Figures point to securer border, but risk of death for illegals still high
    22 Mar.`12 — Amid all of the apparently good news about security along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, one dark spot stands out: The number of people dying in the desert as they attempt to make illegal crossings remains stubbornly high.
     

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