Monday, June 14, 2010

Anyone know what you call it when heavily armed intruders cross the border into the U.S. unmolested by authorities? Oh, that's right: Arizona.

Say, is it a problem that heavily armed Mexicans are crossing into Arizona? Or that, according to Arizona law enforcement authorities, Mexican drug cartels are "in control" of large parts of the state?

Apparently not, according to DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano who says the border is: "as secure now as it has ever been."

Thanks to the patriots at and, we have a true picture of the situation on the border. SBI has placed a series of hidden videocameras at known chokepoints where illegals, many of them human- and drug-smugglers, are entering the U.S. completely unaccosted by the traditional border niceties of, oh, I don't know -- maybe a freaking fence?

The videos are simply stunning.

In this video, taped several months ago, heavily armed point-men clear a path for drug runners.

Among their firearms: a full-auto AK-47...

...and a full-auto MAC-10.

The guards ensure that the "mules" will proceed deep into Arizona unmolested.

A series of mules follow close behind...

Each carrying as much as 75 lbs. of cocaine, heroin or pot.

But the illicit drugs don't represent the only cargo simply walking into the U.S.

Human-smuggling is rampant, with videos capturing hundreds upon hundreds of individuals -- many violent criminals and gang-members -- making the trip.

Consider that the entire federal government, with agency upon agency, can't seem to detect what a few patriotic individuals did with $500 worth of supplies were able to.

And these are the same dweebs who tell us they can run the health care system.

And another thing (I'm on a roll): remember how Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the Mexicans were getting their weapons from the U.S.? In March, during a trip to Mexico City, she stated that, "Our inability to prevent weapons from being illegally smuggled across the border to arm these criminals causes the death of police officers, soldiers and civilians."

Of course, this statement had all the integrity of a typical Clinton statement, because the last time I checked, full-auto weapons aren't available anywhere in the U.S. without a Class III license (which is almost impossible to get).

But let's not let the truth get in the way of the Democrats' anti-gun agenda! They've got amnesty to grant and new voters to register: and if they're felons, so much the better. They'll be doubly in the Democrats' camp, as the Party of Treason has been lobbying for the felon vote for years.

The people of Arizona deserve better than the political hacks who seem to violate their oath of office on a daily basis. The one task they're supposed to do -- protecting the citizens of this country against all enemies, foreign and domestic, seems to be too much of a bother for them. But nationalizing industries... well, that's job one!


Anonymous said...

All the big network news stories ever show are the authorities running around trying to look useful, these guys with their cheap cameras have actually spot lighted the real problem. Amazing. They should be running the country, couldn't do any worse than the idiots in office now.

The_Bad said...

The same Napolitano who declared that the system worked? Shocked! I am simply shocked.


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

In my administration, heavily armed point men would be shot on site.