June 27, 2004

McCain Opposes Border Enforcement
Against UAVs That Can Save Lives

John McCain at recent Senate Hearing on Border Control.
McCain Opposes Border UAVs
(From the Associated Press)AP Internal Use Only
    ...An example of the government's wrongheaded approach, McCain said, is its recent introduction of unmanned aerial vehicles in Arizona that use thermal and night-vision equipment to help Border Patrol agents spot illegal immigrants.
    "That ignores the fundamental problem," he said. "Where there's a demand, there's a supply ... There's a demand for people to fill jobs that Americans won't do."
DotAlso: The nation that says "give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses" should not ignore the thousands of migrants... [See article containing this McCain rant at Nat'l Council of 'The Race' soiree]
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Red DotAmerican Border Patrol (ABP) comment: ABP recently had its headquarters, ten miles from the Mexican border, cleared of natural vegetation. It was hard work. It was done by a white, English-speaking woman, and her son (We have photographs). They did a fantastic job. When they completed the work last Sunday, they were to have a Mexican helper. He showed up 2 1/2 hours late... just as the job was just being finished. These were Americans who did a job a Mexican didn't want to do. -- Glenn Spencer

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