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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

ARIZONA RANCHER MURDERED BY MEXICAN DRUG TRAFFICKERS

An Arizona rancher is murdered by a dirty scumbag Mexican drug trafficker who felt right at home crossing our sovereign border and tracking through the ranchers backyard. Nothing, absolutely nothing angers me more. Bush didn't give a damn about border security, and neither does the bastard who now occupies the White House, but now its his duty and his duty alone to step up to the plate. Failing that those that live on the border and must protect their lands and families from these intruders will have to take the law into their own hands. I suspect this will be the case and shortly we will see a run on gun stores and bear traps. And a huge increase in orders for "Trespassers Will Be Shot On Sight" signs printed in Spanish of course. Just shoot the bastards and let them lay in the desert and provide American buzzards with a hardy meal, the smell won't bother them. In this way they will be paying their way. So Mr. Obama do you duty and send troops to the border and save not only Mexican lives, but those of innocent Americans who only want the peace and tranquility of their homes along the border. Failure to do this sir, makes you responsible for any future deaths that may occur, and the American people will not forget!
Murdered Rancher's Family Asks for Troops Along Mexican Border

The family of a rancher who was shot and killed on his land in southeastern Arizona is hoping his death will bring better security along the border with Mexico.

Arizona rancher Robert Krentz, pictured here in 2008, was killed on his own property 35 miles outside of the border town of Douglas, Ariz.
PHOENIX -- The family of a rancher who was shot and killed on his land in southeastern Arizona is hoping his death will bring better security along the border with Mexico.

Robert Krentz was killed March 25. Some Arizona officials say he was likely a victim of Mexico-based drug traffickers, but Cochise County investigators say they don't have a motive or suspects.

In a statement released Saturday, Krentz's family urged the U.S. government to "immediately order deployment of the active U.S. military" to the border.

Arizona's ranching community has been asking for increased border security for years, an issue that's now getting the attention they say it deserves.

New Mexico ordered more National Guardsmen to the border to beef up surveillance in the wake of the rancher's death.Read full story at FOX News
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