Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Run for the Border
Heinlein wrote something to the effect that 'a nation that can't control its borders is no longer a nation'.
Interesting read on illegals & the border: http://www.azanderson.org/anderson_report_border_issues.htm
(hat tip to American Dinosaurhttp://americandinosaur.blogspot.com/ )
She fits the role well--welcoming, confident, polite. Think of June Cleaver with close-cropped silver hair. But Cowan is no shrinking violet; a few years ago, she organized the first concealed-carry gun class for women of Cochise County, drawing a crowd of 28 to the Benson firehouse. And at most public meetings she attends, Cowan stands to give a rousing recital of a poem she wrote called "Ode to the Vigilante":
If I haul them to town, I'm trafficking.
If I take them in, I'm harboring.
If I feed them all, I go broke.
If I deny them, they steal.
If I'm vulnerable, they take advantage.
If my dog bites them, I have to pay their medical bills.
If I haul off a known trafficking vehicle, I face auto theft.
If I carry a gun because I'm afraid, I'm a vigilante.
"The media always twist everything we say, making us out to be these terrible vigilantes," says Cowan. "But we're just vigilant Americans."
Here's some people doing something about the problem (no endorsement given)-
Like Arnold says
I'll be Back!
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