We usually don't post incendiary items such as this, but the flames of the so called "border war" are being flamed here. For the truth about Sheriff Paul Babeu see our recent post.
Cafferty File: Tell Jack how you really feel Blog Archive - Why are there more U.S. troops on South Korea's border than on our own border? « - CNN.com Blogs: "The 1,200 National Guard troops deployed along the U.S. border with Mexico will stay in place until September, a Homeland Security spokesman said late last week. The troops were scheduled to leave June 30th. But a sheriff in southern Arizona calls the move 'pandering' on the part of the Obama Administration. That number, he says, falls far short of what's needed to keep the country safe.
Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County in southern Arizona went on to compare the number of troops we have along the U.S. border with Mexico to the more than 28-thousand U.S. troops stationed along the South Korean border with North Korea. The 1,200 guardsmen aid a little more than 20-thousand border agents along the Mexico border, and it's just not enough. For Babeu, who has been named Sheriff of the Year by the National Sheriffs Association, illegal immigrants, drug smuggling, and human trafficking are commonplace in his county. He knows what's needed to protect the border and it's far more than the federal government has been willing to do."
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