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Thursday, February 09, 2006
Meanwhile, Back at the Mexican Border . . . With all this uproar in the Islamic world, we haven't been covering Mexico in the news like we should. Apparently, Mexican military or paramilitary units have been crossing the border. If this is an action of the Mexican military, it is an act of war, and should be responded to in kind. If this is an action by paramilitary groups not affiliated with the Mexican military, they need to be arrested and jailed without further delay.
"An American law enforcement officer and news crew in Texas have witnessed another armed incursion into the United States by men dressed in Mexican army attire, the second such incident in just two weeks. . . several men dressed in Mexican military garb appeared to violate the international boundary, in Hudspeth County, Texas, some 50 miles east of El Paso."
The news affiliate (KFOX) has posted photos of the incursion on their website. _____________________________________________
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