Border Patrol crackdown on peninsula rankles some

There are 6 comments on the The Olympian story from May 29, 2012, titled Border Patrol crackdown on peninsula rankles some. In it, The Olympian reports that:

Its ocean shoreline, the northwesternmost coast of the contiguous United States, is accessible by a single road, U.S. Highway 101, and it has long been traveled by a distinctive fleet: loud logging trucks rumbling out of the dark and wet woods, rusty pickups with windows pronouncing "Native Pride," stray Subarus hauling surfboards and kayaks to the ... (more)

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Really

Kansas City, MO

#1 May 29, 2012
Oh isn't that just too damn bad?
Tough Too Bad

Kansas City, MO

#2 May 29, 2012
LOL, LOL, LOL
Yes and No

United States

#3 May 31, 2012
It may be isolated but it is our border and terrorists have already been apprehended there. I think we should bring troops home and put more BP out there. People in isolated areas have a false sense of security. If your a legal resident its a hassle but deal with it. Also there is a fine line between stereotyping people and just being smart. Certain countries and nationalities are more involved in terrorism. To ignore that is just not smart and counterproductive. The fact that there hasn't been another 911 proves the war on terror has worked. They stopped at least one possible big one r
ight there in PA and I salute them. Each and every person should fight terror in anyway everywhere and if the author of the article did there part, instead of making jokes about it maybe we wouldn't have to have the border patrol do it.

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#4 May 31, 2012
Tough!!!!

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Since: Apr 11

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#5 Jun 3, 2012
“If we see Border Patrol, it’s like,‘Everybody hide!’” he said.“The majority of the soccer team is Hispanic.”

It would seem that there is a problem, why would these kids feel the need to hide if there wasn't? The border patrol needs to be there flushing them out. Don't like it, leave.

Since: Jul 11

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#6 Jun 4, 2012
teddyr4me wrote:
“If we see Border Patrol, it’s like,‘Everybody hide!’” he said.“The majority of the soccer team is Hispanic.”
It would seem that there is a problem, why would these kids feel the need to hide if there wasn't? The border patrol needs to be there flushing them out. Don't like it, leave.
I agree don't like it, don't come here, and if you are illegally here, GET THE HECK OUT OF HERE!!!

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