Both sides of Border Patrol controversy demonstrate on street
Opponents of expanding the Border Patrol's presence on the North Olympic Peninsula came out this week, as they did two years before, to say no to the placement of more federal agents in Clallam and Jefferson counties.
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#1 Aug 20, 2010
There are people from countries in South America, Asia and Europe wating many years to come here legally. Those people are going through the due proccess. I find it completely absurd that soemone from Mexico or Canada can simply walk across the border to get around this proccess. We DO need to shore up our borders and 4 US border patrol agents was simply not enough to get the job done. Stop whining and let our tax dollars go to work for us. This has nothing to do with the reduction in social services or other problems in Clallam County. The money for these agents comes out of the Federal budget not the state or local budgets. This has to do with National security.
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