The Terrorists are here, When will they Strike?

In a reprehensible move for an agency charged with protecting the nation, the Department of Homeland Security released 481 illegal immigrants from 2007 to 2009—who remain fugitives—from terrorist-sponsoring countries and others known to present a danger to the U.S. including Iran, Syria, Sudan, Cuba, Afghanistan, Algeria, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Iraq, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Yemen.

Not everybody waltzing across our borders are looking for a better life, thousands are looking to destroy our country. Americans have no idea of the scope of the invasion by invaders who are NOT from Mexico or OTM (Other than Mexican). Based on U.S. Border Patrol statistics there were 30,147 OTMs apprehended in FY2003, 44,614 in FY2004, 165,178 in FY2005, and 108,025 in FY2006. Most of them were apprehended along the U.S. Southwest border. That was back when agents were allowed to apprehend illegal aliens. Now agents continue to find Iranian books discarded along the Arizona Infiltration Route that is off limits to Sheriff Arpaio while he has to defend himself against Eric Holder’s lawsuits.

The dangerous illegal aliens remain fugitives whose whereabouts are unknown, according to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) database accessed by a news group. My guess is that there are from 30,000 to 200,000 illegal aliens on U.S. soil who seek to do us harm. When and where they will strike is completely up to them. Our government is more concerned with their rights than ours.

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