Skip to comments.McCain says work still needs to be done to secure border
Posted on 03/24/2011 6:06:22 PM PDT by rabscuttle385
TUCSON - Senator John McCain joined four Republican state representatives in Tucson today to tour the U.S.-Mexico border and discuss security and the federal government's role in securing the U.S. borders.
McCain says there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure Arizona's borders are secure. He is upset that the federal government plans to withdraw National Guard troops from the border on June 30, he thinks this is too early and there is work that still needs to be done.
"Every place we go, and we've talked to the people on the border, and here...the work that the National Guard is doing is vital, and it needs to be be increased rather than decreased," McCain says.
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You can start by resigning, McAmnesty!
No McStain, the security needs to start. Gawd what a blockheaded old fool he is.
Why can’t they simply follow my simple suggestion of placing landmines on the border? They’re cheap and just clean up after the boom. No American border guard need to die when they are shooting back with bean bags (we can thank that traitorous dyke who heads DHS)
"Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants make it through the border fence each month, but more work needs to be done."
Yes. Voter registration kiosks need to be set up out in the desert. As part of President Obama's Green Power initiative, I'm happy to announce that a $12 Billion contract has been granted to General Electric to supply electricity to the kiosks from using a combination of advanced wind turbine and photovoltaic technology.
That ol’ John McCain...he’s a sharp one , he is....
No **** Sherlock. What ever gave you (McDucK)that idea?
Start chasing these interlopers out at the point of a bayonet for starters,then make the border a free fire zone!
Go to bed , old man.
Oh reeeeeeally!!! Ya think?
Cmon Juan, Eric “Kill the Krackers” Holder is arming the Narco Terrorists as fast as he can... Get Real!
Yes the first order of business is to get rid of McStain before he can organize another “comprehensieve immigration bill” Get lost Juan.
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