Thursday, January 27, 2011

Book Honoring Suicide Bombers Found In Arizona

Fox is reporting that an Iranian book honoring suicide bombers has been found in Arizona just north of the U.S.-Mexico border.  The book "In Memory of Our Martyrs" was found on Tuesday by a U.S. Border Patrol Agent.

Is it any wonder that we are beginning to find items like this?  We also had a similar story today today about a radical muslim cleric who was deported from Canada.  He was arrested near San Diego after sneaking across the southern border in the trunk of a car.

We have demanded that the number one priority needs to be securing the border and then we can focus on priority number two:  deporting and prosecuting illegals already here.  As we showed the Bush administration, we have no desire to pass any sort of amnesty plan.  We have been sounding the alarms for years that the southern border is a wide open path for terrorists and other criminals to bypass the watchlists, no-fly lists, immigration controls, and millions of dollars of other security measures instituted after 9/11,with little success.

According to this article the book "appeared to have been in the desert for several days."  What does that mean?  It means whatever terrorist or all-around idiot was reading that book could now be anywhere in the country.  The Department of Homeland Security claims to be investigating but as you can probably figure out there is no chance of actually finding the guy at this point.

Sooner or later we need to stop worrying about political correctness and start enforcing our existing laws.  It seems to me that we like to talk big about new border security but have not seen the actions needed to make a difference.  I only hope that the discovery of this book is a wakeup call to Obama administration and they can act before it's too late.   If Democrats are concerned about re-election prospects, think of their chances when it is discovered that the next 9/11 hijackers walked into the country across the southern border.  It's time to act before it is too late.

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