Toronto,really nice,Montreal is the best,but French is veryNOBODY in their right mind should give Romney-Ryan a chance. The only thing that Mitt Romney is capable of is opening up his big mouth and inserting his even bigger feet. The only people that man appeals to is rich people...luckily for the Dems, there are far more poor/middle class people in this country than there are rich. If people still want to have their so-called "freedom" (and I use that term VERY loosely) they will vote Obama. Bush already ruined this country and the only thing that Romney will do is further ruin the economy. If Romney wins, I'm moving to Canada for the next 4 and possibly 8 years.
helful,Quebec,never really impressed me much..So enjoy your
trip.Make sure you relocate in the Summer/Spring,Winter is a
Early this morning, Tuesday, October 2, two Border Patrol Agents were shot. One, whose name we do not yet know, was killed. The shootings reportedly took place eight miles north of the international border with Mexico, near the town of Naco, Arizona. The agents were thought to be responding to sensor alerts. Drugs may have been involved but we lack any further details at this moment. We note the cruel irony that this murder takes place within a week after the Border Patrol station at Naco, Arizona, was named for Brian Terry, an agent who was killed by transnational criminals near Rio Rico, AZ in December 2010.
What is clear is this: yet again, an agent has been murdered and another wounded. Despite assurances from this administration that the border is secure and under control, it remains a dangerous place, far too open to smuggling, controlled as much by the transnational criminals as by the United States.
In recent years NAFBPO has argued against the baseless claims that the border is under control. It is not, and this murder offers one more example of that sad fact. Furthermore, for some time NAFBPO has been certain that as pressure on drug smuggling routes in the Nogales/Tucson corridor increases the transnational criminals will move to areas further east that are less heavily monitored. This event supports that conclusion.
Despite the clear probability that transnational criminals will move their operations to less patrolled areas, some environmental groups in New Mexico want to establish wilderness areas or a national monument in Dona Ana County, adjacent to the border. If that is done, the Border Patrol will be hampered in its operations. NAFBPO is baffled at the invitation being extended to the lawless elements that would certainly expand their operations in a protected area so close to the Mexican border.
The border insecurity that exists now is a national security and a public safety issue that must be addressed in serious fashion, not with hollow statements from the Department of Homeland Security that all is well. It demonstrably is not.
Check for further details as the story is still breaking.
Obama quote,our Borders are safer than they have
ever been,thats why I sign this Excecutive Order
today.Amnesty (or Pimping the Hispanic Vote?)
Another good reason for Executive Orders to be