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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Monday, June 11, 2007

HOMELAND SECURITY

Heavy-Handed is well aware of the anger many Americans are feeling in regards to our porous borders and the idiotic bills before the Congress offering illegal aliens/immigrants/border crossers, et al, with amnesty/citizenship/Z visas/ and a plethora of perks that many U.S. citizens don't even qualify for.

Adding to this feeling of uneasiness and outright distress is the knowledge that we have not enforced previous laws, so we have no reason to believe the new laws, good or bad, would be enforced.

And let's not forget that just last year, after citizens became outraged in similar fashion about the then-proposed legislation regarding illegals, we got what we demanded - namely a 854 mile wall, increased border patrol guards, an increase in tools to do the job - like unmanned drones and other high tech equipment.

Unfortunately, although it was passed and signed into law, not a lot of improvements have been made. The fence in particular has been ignored.

So Heavy-Handed, feeling like he needed to contribute something, to do some digging and get some answers, contacted the Department of Homeland Security. And while I did not get to talk to United States Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff directly, I did learn that he felt people like me not only do not want amnesty for the illegals (although it's not really amnesty they say), but would rather see the illegals executed.

I was surprised to hear this. I did not know I felt this way. Thanks for the free psychoanalysis, Mike.

But all was not lost. It was not a complete waste of my time. I learned that money had been allocated and spent on 'stuff' to comply with the bill Bush had signed into law.

We should start to see results soon with the recently spent funds that brought us these improved tools to secure the border:

(1.) 854 miles of supreme quality fencing material:
(2.) One gross of unmanned planes to help patrol the border:

(3.) High tech communications network system to coordinate the timely and effective transfer of information between border guards, their supervisors, and Dept. of Homeland Security:
(4.) New hats for our border patrol that will help promote multiculturalism, goodwill, and lessens the intimidation factor (also provides uncompromising sun protection):


(5.) Fashionable new uniforms for our border patrol, sure to inspire pride and foster a desire to do the job right:

(6.) An assortment, you might even say a wide array, of signs that can be posted at the appropriate locations to facilitate proper communication:



(English translation: Don't disregard the signs)

Yes. I do believe we should start to see measurable results soon. How could we not?

2 Comments:

  • How long will it be until the mexican flag replaces old glory over all our cities these jerks are not listening to the paople

    By Anonymous Bird of Paridise, at 2:02 PM  

  • There are new systems in the field. more than what is seen on the public press. Remeber that there is another side that watches what we are doing at they are always interested to see what technologies are being installed.
    It is best to remeber that we have one of the longest land and water borders in the world and that there are far more things that need to be implaced that what is demonstrated on public press.

    Trivia question: How many systems are deployed along the US Border (hint: a lot more than you think)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:58 PM  

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