Wide Open Borders

We predicted the Dem victory would lead to open borders, and it has.

Armed men overran a National Guard observation post along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona this week, forcing the soldiers to retreat and prompting an investigation by the U.S. Border Patrol that has focused on the intruders’ identity.

No shots were exchanged and no one was injured in the incident, which occurred shortly after 11 p.m. on Wednesday. The National Guard troops were members of an entry-identification team, assigned to monitor major illegal-alien and drug-smuggling corridors.

After forcing the soldiers to flee, the unidentified men retreated into Mexico.

National Guard Sgt. Edward Balaban said the troops did not know how many men were involved in the attack “because obviously it took place in the dark.”

Several Border Patrol agents in the area told The Washington Times yesterday the armed men might have been trying to find out what the Guard troops would do if they were confronted by drug or alien smugglers. They said the increased presence of troops and additional Border Patrol agents in recent months had frustrated many of the area’s drug and alien smugglers.

“I guess they got their answer,” said one veteran agent. “When in doubt, the troops will run.”

Someone decided to deploy a National Guard surveillance team at night without night vision equipment, and unarmed and unprotected in an area full of armed lawbreakers.

Such deliberate sabotage is typical of what happens during a management reorg – bureaucrats anticipate future policies.

Now watch the bureaucrats take down the Minutemen.

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