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Response to Julie Meredith's Comment

Reader comment on item: [Hesham Hedayet and] Border Agencies in Denial

Submitted by S. Bieman (United States), Oct 20, 2002 at 06:54

I'm sorry about your loss. Your nephew worked at a thankless job where 99% of the Washington ruling class does not support the agents.

About the only voice for sanity is Rep. Tancredo and he is being crucified in the PC "mainstream" media for doing his job.

Vincente Fox wants to use America to rid Mexico of people he doesn't want in his paradise. The Mexican gov't sends activists to America to lobby for more immigration and more amnesty programs, they meddle in our elections and even make illegal donations to candidates. BUT, if we Americans did the same thing to Mexico, our interlopers would (rightly) be jailed. There is a disgusting double standard, but if we talk about it, we're "racists" according to the PC whining class...

As long as President Bush is "best buds" with Fox, it will take something far worse than 9-11 for Washington insiders to finally take REAL action to protect our borders...

In the meantime, we'll sadly see more young, dedicated agents like your nephew pay the ultimate price for fighting the border wars to protect America.

Again, I send my deepest condolences...

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