Wednesday, August 29, 2007

ICE Reassigns 1,000 Agents to Customs

Yep, the Washington Times reports that about 1,000 Immigration Control and Enforcement Personnel will be transferred to Customs. The move will reduce the manpower involved in detention and removal of illegal aliens to 4,000 nationwide.

What is this, part of our "punishment" for rejecting Jorge's "comprehensive immigration reform"? GOP voters, you simply cannot vote too radically anymore. Any candidate with a hint of a connection to the globalist establishment must be summarily rejected with prejudice at the ballot box. The future of our nation depends on your willingness to break with these people.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is absolutely traitorous- a mere 4- or even 5- thousand border patrol agents to stop the millions that cross our southern border every month.

Remember too that the national guard troops that were helping the border patrol have returned home earlier this month.

Don't blame this on congress, this is the president's decision.


10:57 AM, August 29, 2007  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

There are 4,000 now within the borders to catch illegals on the job sites and such. We have about 10,000 more on our 2,000 mile southern border, or about 1/15th the number of people we have in Iraq.

12:22 PM, August 29, 2007  
Anonymous Rick Candler said...

I don't disagree that Bush has made this decision but you can't blame Bush alone. Most of our politicians {almost all Democrats in Congress & at least 1/2 Republicans} think we should have open borders. I have read some things Mark has posted on this site in the past about the illigal immigration issue and I believe he is correct on his evaluations.
Two things I see that is driving this, cheap labor and votes.

5:11 PM, August 29, 2007  

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