I guess they are taking over Texas also...sad

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    TX family evacuates 38K acre ranch due to Drug Cartel

    Saw this elsewhere and I was PO'd I thought I would share. And this is 70 miles inland!

    Sad that this is what America is coming to

    for those who hunt and own land near the border counties, prayers go up

    meanwhile, those in Washington could care less about this problem

    If nothing is done, it will be to late








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    We are experiencing a foreign invasion on our home soil...its time the powers that be take it seriously and commit resources to it. Then, they turn around and blame the violence on the US gun stores. Who are they kidding...they don't get their weapons from gun stores. This is a shame and the drugs and violence are just continuing to spread further in.
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    This is terrible. Good to know the family is armed to defend themselves but I'm sure they'd be out gunned.

    Man we need an administration with the stones to combat this problem.
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    I believe that we should send Obama and the the whole lot down there for one week with out the secret service and let them camp out at that ranch. If it were their hide in trouble we would be calling in the national guard.

    It just smacks of indifference that these jackasses wont take this more seriously.
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    Those "powers that be" claim they are doing more than an anyone in history and the border is safer than ever. Until they decide to be honest about the situation and their place in it, not much will happen unless it is done locally. And the locals are outmanned and outgunned.

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    This is a violent invasion by foreign nationals committing crimes on our soil. In my opinion (which is worth nothing), this seems to warrant military intervention on some level. I can think of several other countries in which the US sent military resources to deal with foreign invasion...why not protect ourselves for a change?
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    This boggles my mind. Foreign invaders on our soil. What other primary purpose does the federal gov't have over protecting its own citzens?

    Health care, equal opportunity, ear-mark projects, environmental concerns, and generally putting the screws to its citizens through increased regulation on all fronts, seem to take precedence with this administration.
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    I have said this time and time again, closing the borders and actually WINNING the war on drugs would cause all that federal tax funding to go away. The worse it is the more money all the municipalities and states can squeeze from the feds and buy new vehicles, equipments, and gear up like paramilitary units. Who really stands to lose money if they close the borders? The cartels? naaaa the cities and states that get war on drug slush funds, the three letter agencies that get to skim money off the top of war on drug funds for unaccountable black ops. The borders will never be closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    I have said this time and time again, closing the borders and actually WINNING the war on drugs would cause all that federal tax funding to go away. The worse it is the more money all the municipalities and states can squeeze from the feds and buy new vehicles, equipments, and gear up like paramilitary units. Who really stands to lose money if they close the borders? The cartels? naaaa the cities and states that get war on drug slush funds, the three letter agencies that get to skim money off the top of war on drug funds for unaccountable black ops. The borders will never be closed.
    You're probably right. I'm sure there's layers upon layers of politics and money involved. On many levels I'm sure there are people with vested interests in not fixing certain problems. If the squeaky wheel gets the grease, why stop the squeak.
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    "...its time the powers that be take it seriously and commit resources to it."

    Not all but, some of the "powers that be" are part of it.

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    I find it Hilarious/rediculous, and a farce, that we have a no trade/no travel , nothing to do with Cuba of all places, and here we have a powder keg of monumental proportions detonating slowly, with ever increasing veracity, right on our border, and we still have Idiots willing to vacation , spend their money there, buy goods and trade with this ridiculous 4th world country, and the government turns a blind eye.

    We need to STOP doing business with This H.E. Double Hockey stick - hole of a country, post haste!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigs View Post
    Those "powers that be" claim they are doing more than an anyone in history and the border is safer than ever. Until they decide to be honest about the situation and their place in it, not much will happen unless it is done locally. And the locals are outmanned and outgunned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    This boggles my mind. Foreign invaders on our soil. What other primary purpose does the federal gov't have over protecting its own citzens?

    Health care, equal opportunity, ear-mark projects, environmental concerns, and generally putting the screws to its citizens through increased regulation on all fronts, seem to take precedence with this administration.
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