- Apr 25, 2009
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- Riverside, County, CA.
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Pictures are unrelated to this story, but are typical of cartel mass murders. Coming to an American border City near you.
I left out the decapitations because they made me sick to see.
These is another tragic story coming from our neighbor to the south where a total of 2027 murders have taken place along the border this year lone.
Couple this with the story that the Mexican Drug Cartels have sent a hit team into Arizona to stop the robbers they claim are stealing their drugs.
Along with Phoenix Arizona being 2nd only to Mexico City as kidnapping capitol of the WORLD , and it makes Obama ignoring illegals and refusing to live up to his oath of office to "preserve protect and defend the Constitution," more glaring than ever.
Article 4 Section 4 says in part: "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion."
President Bush did a poor job ans did Clinton but Obama has ignored then given lip service to the problem and made promises and sent nothing like the numbers needed to protect the border.
Or police and Border aptrol officers are being shot at all the time, and Obama does nothing while he panders to illegals who he wants as his supporters because they are so stupid he figures they'll vote for him because he wants to give them amnesty.
We have used our troops to fight rebels in the Philippines, and Columbia but nothing to address the huge threat next door.
I am not blaming President Bush, or even Obama for these murders but, the kidnappings and deaths that take place here the are and or will be directly responsible for.
Mexico: 13 Dead in Massacre at Ciudad Juarez Party - FoxNews.com
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – Gunmen stormed two homes and massacred 13 young partygoers in the latest large-scale attack in this violent border city, even as a new government strategy seeks to restore order with social programs and massive police deployments.
Attackers in two vehicles pulled up to the houses in a lower-middle-class neighborhood late Friday and opened fire on about three dozen youths attending a party. The dead identified so far were 16 to 25 years old, the Chihuahua state attorney general's office said Saturday in a statement. Fifteen were wounded, including a 9-year-old boy.
Police found 70 bullet casings from assault weapons typically used by drug gangs whose bloody turf battles have killed more than 2,000 people this year in Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas.