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Bordering on Treason
The Washington Post is Lying
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- December 29   
Not entirely useless
    An editorial in today's Washington Post includes the following declaration: "Calls to 'close the border' before any other reform can be considered can hardly be taken seriously, given how many resources are now being devoted to border control."
    The Washington Post, the most influential news outlet in our nation's capitol, is saying that there is nothing more we can do to control the flood of people and contraband across our borders. Are we to believe them? No, they are not telling the truth. In fact, they are lying.
    The Secure Fence Act of 2006 called for the construction of 700 miles of double-layered fence along the U.S.-Mexico border. But only 35 miles of double-layered fence was constructed. In that same four-year period, the Department of Homeland Security spent nearly $1 billion on a virtual fence system that failed, just as we predicted.
    The Washington power-elite, led by the Washington Post, want to unite the U.S., Mexico and Canada into a North American Union. This dream would be ruined by a fence along the border or by effective border control of any sort. The resources that have been devoted to border control have, for the most part, been wasted. But this was not by accident. The systems were designed to fail.
    Not only are American citizens being subjected to the injustices of illegal immigration and a flood of illicit drugs, their tax money is being wasted on phony schemes designed to make it appear that a sincere effort is being made to control the border. The Washington Post is betraying its nation. Some call that treason.

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