Mexico wants to trace gun violence back into the U.S. and into our border states, and they want to do it through, wait for it...a gun registry of American gun owners. Arizonans don't like it, but then it they didn't like Mexico joining Obama's lawsuit against Arizona's immigration law either. Arizonans think a registry of gun owners, compiled for a foreign country, is an invasion of privacy. I think we should let Texas handle the official response to Mexico for Second Amendment-loving-Americans. Immediately after Texas issues the statement, we need 10 Million Americans to clog the avenues of Washington D.C. with the message - don't even think about a gun registry anywhere in the U.S. We'll have to do it one day soon, you know we will, and God help us, make the voices of the people be heard. View the video at The Blaze.
Did you see Fox News' Arthel Neville interviewing one pro-Second Amendment guest and one anti-Second Amendment guest on Saturday? I can't find the interview to link to, but Neville was in a snit. She agreed with the anti-Second Amendment stance and with a great deal of attitude, ended the interview with something very close to 'no one is trying to take your guns away. No one is doing that.' If this administration is successful in passing their defense weapon ban, they will require registration. They may require registration without the ban. Message to Ms. Neville: think about moving to MSNBC or CNN.
Just a rumor, but I heard Obama is drawing up an Executive Order to make our friends south of the border feel more comfortable with us [sarc]...the detestable, violent Americans who send Mexico $71 Billion annually in foreign aid, and put up with their ruthless gangs and human trafficking of young girls and women on American streets. Let's be clear, Mexico accepts the human trafficking by drug cartels in their own country. We accept it here because we refuse to close our borders. And...we pay for abortions for Mexico women across our border, thanks to this Christian President sitting in our Oval Office.
Wherever the law does not hold people accountable, crime will flourish. The federal government’s failure to address the illegal alien dilemma creates and perpetuates an environment in which exploitation runs rampant.
It is estimated that 14,500 to 17,500 foreign nationals are trafficked into the United States each year. Trafficking is the recruitment and transportation of persons within or across boundaries by force, fraud, or deception for the purpose of exploiting them economically. Victims are lured with false promises of good jobs and better lives, and then forced to work under brutal and inhuman conditions. Victims of trafficking are exploited for purposes of commercial sex, including prostitution, stripping, pornography and live-sex shows. However, trafficking also takes place as labor exploitation, such as domestic servitude, sweatshop factories, or agricultural work. After drug dealing, human trafficking is tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest criminal industry in the world today, and it is the fastest growing. Source: FAIRThe above quote uses data from 2008. We know the numbers of 14,500 to 17,500 have soared. It becomes more and more difficult to express my rage, because I've done it so many times before. Build the darn fence. Graphic courtesy of SHTFplan.com