Neil Cavuto describes the Mexican government as being seething over the decision of Texas Governor Rick Perry to send his National Guard to the Texas border to assist the Border Patrol and to help deter illegal border crossings.
Cavuto questions Sheriff Joe Arpaio as to why they would be so upset. Arpaio agrees that there is no legitimate reason why they should be upset. He says that when he worked for DEA, they had joint military operations within Mexico and that we should be doing that now. The National Guard is likely not even armed and will be acting in a backup role.
Arpaio recognizes that something isnâ€™t adding up and labels the Obama regime as being â€œin bedâ€ with Mexico.
Perhaps Mexico and Obama are concerned for two reasons. More boots will result in interrupted illegal shipments of various types by cartels. Criminal activity on behalf of the Mexican officials is nothing new, complicity with the drug cartels is nothing new, and we have seen unexplainable illegal behavior on the part of the Obama regime. Democrat fundraising is fundraising.
A second objectionable result of the National Guard presence will be more eyes, ears and mouths. The secrecy with which the Obama regime and DHS have carried out their secret importation of illegals will now be further compromised. The conditions both as they relate to the illegals themselves as well as the cartel operations and Mexican military incursions will be more at risk for exposure.
Mexico decries the presence of the National Guard as not being neighborly. Good neighbors donâ€™t break into each othersâ€™ houses and take up residence. Mexico is a threat; they are interested in being neighborly only to the extent that it benefits them. They are an occupying foreign force with much more in keeping with being an enemy than an ally.
They should be treated accordingly.
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