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Rep. Duncan Hunter: Bipartisan Border Security Bill Introduced

There are 5 comments on the www.thestatecolumn.com story from Mar 16, 2011, titled Rep. Duncan Hunter: Bipartisan Border Security Bill Introduced. In it, www.thestatecolumn.com reports that:

Rep. Duncan Hunter released the following statement:

Today, Congressman Duncan Hunter introduced bipartisan legislation, the Unlawful Border Entry Prevention Act, to provide the Secretary of Homeland Security with full discretionary authority to build as much as 350 miles of additional infrastructure on the Southwest border.

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US citizen

Seattle, WA

#1 Mar 16, 2011
Why bother to little to late.... HS is a joke, press one for the take over of America by foreign nationals.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#2 Mar 16, 2011
janet napolitano is pro-illegal.

we currently have existing laws that say she must deport illegal aliens.

but she is not enforcing those laws.

so, the question is - do you really think janet napolitano is going to change if this new law is approved?

christ! we voted to have a fence built on the border. but did it ever really come about?

those cocaine using, marijuana smoking, brain dead, stupid hippie politicians on capitol hill worked together to make sure that fence was not built properly.

“But it's so Racist”

Since: Mar 10

United States

#3 Mar 16, 2011
Asian Guy wrote:
janet napolitano is pro-illegal.
we currently have existing laws that say she must deport illegal aliens.
but she is not enforcing those laws.
so, the question is - do you really think janet napolitano is going to change if this new law is approved?
christ! we voted to have a fence built on the border. but did it ever really come about?
those cocaine using, marijuana smoking, brain dead, stupid hippie politicians on capitol hill worked together to make sure that fence was not built properly.
Congress only allocates so much funding for Homeland Security to perform their duties. You might want to divert your blame game to the Republicans who have failed 2x in appropriating more funding to HSL to perform their duties.

Anyhow, I doubt, you're inclined to properly direct the blame where it's warranted so have a nice day!

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#4 Mar 16, 2011
Rico from East LA wrote:
<quoted text>
Congress only allocates so much funding for Homeland Security to perform their duties. You might want to divert your blame game to the Republicans who have failed 2x in appropriating more funding to HSL to perform their duties.
Anyhow, I doubt, you're inclined to properly direct the blame where it's warranted so have a nice day!
divide and conquer doesn't work anymore, rico.

the TRUTH!

the government is not representing the people. I blame every politician on capitol hill for the problems that we are having right now.

under clinton, under bush, under obama.. the numbers may include more.. but these as#holes outsourced our jobs, allowed OUR companies to be built overseas in other countries, gave away our precious hard-earned technology.. essentially allowed america to become the mess it is now.

cocaine using, marijuana smoking, brain dead, stupid hippie politicians. they make me sick.

in one sentence... they care more for foreigners than they do for americans.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#5 Mar 17, 2011
Obama's budget proposal cuts border fence funds

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's budget blueprint Thursday canceled
plans to extend the border fence along the U.S.-Mexico border beyond the 670
miles already completed or planned, symbolically breaking with a
much-heralded approach to border security advocated by President George W.
Bush.

The Obama administration's turnabout left limited funds for roads, lights
and so-called tactical infrastructure - but not a dime to extend the
pedestrian fencing and vehicle barriers erected along roughly one-third of
the nation's 1,947 mile border with Mexico.

As a Democratic senator representing Illinois, Obama joined 79 other
senators in 2006 to support construction of the barrier system.

The top financial officer at the Department of Homeland Security, Peggy
Sherry, and her team told reporters in a telephone conference call that the
Obama administration would not extend the barrier network that has irked
Mexico and stirred concerns among immigrant-advocate organizations.

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