Border beef-up stumbles on electricity

Border beef-up stumbles on electricity

There are 2 comments on the KRQE Albuquerque story from Nov 10, 2012, titled Border beef-up stumbles on electricity. In it, KRQE Albuquerque reports that:

The newly renovated, $15 million border crossing facility in New Mexico's lonely Bootheel was supposed to be open for business almost a year ago.

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Unreal

Waterford, CT

#1 Nov 10, 2012
Not needed! Obama will soon pull the plug on border patrol.
lololol

Cerrillos, NM

#2 Nov 10, 2012
Because the project grew and grew, it wasnÂ’t until final construction plans were in place that the Corps realized the facilities would need more than twice the amount of power the old system used. And to supply that power, the Corps had to request a line upgrade from the Columbus Electric Co-Op in Deming.

but .. but .. what happened to obama n chu's wind n solar ?
obama has millions in solar panels warehoused from the solyndra bankrupcy, why oh why buy power lines n dirty ol coal power from an electric co-op. gubbmint, priceless...

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