Brewer to Obama: Warning Signs Are Not Enough

B. Chrysostom, Conservative Dating Site, June 25, 2010

Governor Jan Brewer has just released another video message where she, once again, speaks out against Obama’s complete failure to secure the US borders and help Arizona control the massive illegal immigration invasion plaguing that state.

Governor Brewer takes on Obama’s lies that “our border is as safe as it has ever been” and she challenges the President to do his constitutionally mandated job of securing our borders and protecting the citizens of Arizona and of the United States.

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Governor Jan Brewer:

Two weeks ago I met with President Obama. He promised that we would get word from his administration on what they were going to do to secure the border. Well, we finally got the message: These signs!

These signs calling our desert an active drug and human smuggling area. These signs warning people of danger and telling them to stay away.

We’re 80 miles away from the border and only 30 miles away from Arizona’s capital. This is an outrage!

Washington says our border is as safe as it has ever been. Does this look safe to you?

What is our country coming to? We will not surrender any part of Arizona. We need to stand up and demand action!

Washington is broken Mr. President. Do your job! Secure our borders! Arizona and the nation are waiting!

Source: SecureTheBorderAZ, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzDlN7VLmXQ&feature=player_embedded

Length: 1 minute

[The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s presentation of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge can be read here. A map of the refuge and the effected area is available as a PDF file here.]

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