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Reader comment on item: American Border Secrets
in response to reader comment: Open Borders policy of politicians makes us vulnerable

Submitted by Bruce (Australia), Oct 4, 2006 at 09:43

Well, let says there are an estimated 20 million refugees around the world and says 30-40 percent of them targeted the US as the perfect opportunity to break the border illigally. I'm sorry about being refugees because this would never happen again as many people already sneaked through the country. The US is not stupid, its the leading country in the world, it helps poor countries providing multibillion dollars as well as foods, clothes and much more.

While the US government is keeping the world safe, many people try to sneak through the border without the US government authorization, especially the Mexicans. The US and Mexico border must be fenced because they will always try to get through the country.

Even if their is no fence, the border must be protected at anytime at any day. The Mexicans are the most people to tried to get to the country and why wont they because they clearly know that the border is not protected and they know this is the time they have to get through or otherwise they will never.


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