January 25, 2006, - 11:26 am
By Debbie Schlussel
George W. Bush’s buddy, Vicente Fox, is issuing maps on how his people can best illegally invade our country, as reported in today’s L.A. Times. Some ally.
And while the Mexican government is distributing the maps, an Arizona group, the falsely named “Humane Borders”, is printing them. More like Insane Borders. If President Bush were really committed to stopping the illegal alien problem–he isn’t–he would prosecute the Arizona group and recall our U.S. Ambassador to Mexico for this invasion document war on America. And he’d stop providing U.S. government data to produce these evader-enabling maps.
Don’t hold your breath.
Even worse, Pima County, Arizona voted to spend $25,000 to pay for Insane Borders’ water stations for illegals, becuase it said that was cheaper than the $300,000 it costs to remove dead bodies.
What about the millions it costs in crime, lost jobs and taxes, etc.?
Here’s more on this outrage:
[W]ork on the desert maps began in May using government data and donated mapping software. The maps also show how far an average adult can walk in one, two or three days.
“The idea is to put the fear of God into some of these migrants so they’ll stay in the main corridors and don’t go where there’s no water,” said Hoover [an Insane Borders leader], pastor of the First Christian Church in Tucson.
Jose Luis Soberanes, president of Mexico’s human rights commission, thanked Hoover and his group Tuesday, saying they have been saving the lives of migrants.
The group last year compiled safety tips for desert crossings that covered proper clothing and how much water to bring for each day’s journey. Mexico was criticized for printing a million of the 32-page booklets for migrants headed to the United States.
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