Tuesday, November 02, 2010

War On The Border Claims Four More Americans

While all the attention in this country is on the upcoming election, life and death continues on our southern border with Mexico, and it is getting closer everyday.
Chihuahua state prosecutors' spokesman Arturo Sandoval said Edgar Lopez, 35, of El Paso, Texas, was killed Sunday.

On Saturday, a 26-year-old U.S. woman and an American boy were slain shortly after crossing an international bridge from El Paso. Giovanna Herrera and Luis Araiza, 15, were shot to death.

Sandoval said authorities also identified a 24-year-old woman killed Friday inside a tortilla shop as Lorena Izaguirre, a U.S. citizen and El Paso resident.

Men, women, and children, all apparently are fair game to the drug cartels. While California pushes to legalize drug use they are turning a blind eye to the killing of their fellow citizens in Arizona and Texas. The ninth circuit court entertains lawsuits from the Obama DoJ headed by Eric Holder for laws meant to protect the citizens of the state.
Meanwhile, the remains of seven people were found Sunday in a mass grave in Nogales, on the Arizona border. Mayor Jose Angel Hernandez said a family walking near the site noticed what appeared to be part of a body sticking up in a riverbed. Officers recovered six bodies and a severed head in the grave. A seventh headless body was found nearby.

I would hope that some of these so called Hispanic civil rights groups in this country, you know like La Raza which is working so hard to get us to just ignore any law that makes citizenship in this country a privilege worthy of protecting would be rushing to the microphones to condemn these acts.

It is time for the people in power whose job it is to protect us from physical harm to quit tilting at windmills and imaginary enemies like Wall St brokers, Tea Party members, and evil talk radio show hosts and start recognizing who are the real threats to our life and liberty.

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