Hey Tom Morello and Los Lobos!
Still think Arizonans are like Nazis?
Still boycotting Arizona?
I've got good news for you!
I've mapped out a nice, scenic short cut from San Diego to your next tour date in Texas!
While everyone who has neither lived near the border or read Arizona’s immigration law has spewed their “Nazi” and “KKK” insults, the United States of America has effectively lost the first military invasion into the continental US and ceded a large parcel of our land without so much as firing a shot.
Yep-you heard me right. The Federal government has SURRENDERED UNITED STATES SOIL to Mexican drug cartels!
See this sign?
This is a real sign about eighty miles north of the Arizona border with Mexico.
Eighty miles from the border with Mexico in Arizona, the federal government has posted signs warning Americans not to approach any closer to the border, as it is a region of “active drug and human smuggling” and that those that ignore the warning may “encounter armed criminals and smuggling vehicles traveling at high rates of speed.”
About 3,500 acres of southern Arizona along the Mexican border is closed to U.S. citizens due to increased violence in the region.
This is how Pancho Obama defends the border and lives upto his Constitutional responsibilities.
The closed off area stretches 80 miles along the border and includes part of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge. It was closed in October 2006 "due to human safety concerns," the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Wednesday in response to news reports on the closure.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu told Fox News that violence against law enforcement officers and U.S. citizens has increased in the past four months, further underscoring the need to keep the 80 miles of border land off-limits to Americans.
The refuge had been adversely affected by the increase in drug smugglers, illegal activity and surveillance, which made it dangerous for Americans to visit.
"The situation in this zone has reached a point where continued public use of the area is not prudent," said refuge manager Mitch Ellis.
“It’s literally out of control,” said Babeu. “We stood with Senator McCain and literally demanded support for 3,000 soldiers to be deployed to Arizona to get this under control and finally secure our border with Mexico. “
U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials have warned visitors in Arizona to beware of heavily armed drug smugglers and human traffickers.
“We need support from the federal government. It’s their job to secure the border and they haven’t done it,” said Babeu. “In fact, President Obama suspended the construction of the fence and it’s just simply outrageous.”
Signs have been posted warning Americans not to cross into the closed off territory south of Interstate 8. Babeu said the signs are not enough – he said Arizona needs more resources to help scale back the violence caused by the drug cartels.
“We need action. It’s shameful that we, as the most powerful nation on Earth, … can’t even secure our own border and protect our own families.”
A new Arizona activist group, "Juicio Político Idiota de Kenia*" is recommending that the following signs be placed on the southern facing side of the signs put up by Obama's crew (facing Mexico)