Are we THIS crazy? We ignore this as though it is 'no big deal?' And why is this just a small paragraph in the New York Times?
Sun, October 9, 2011 at 4:48
Mark "Snooper" Harvey in Tex-Mex Border Wars

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Yes, Greta...the Lame Stream Media is that crazy.  And, Greta, this includes Faux News.

I have been working the Southern Border Wars in Arizona and primarily Texas (because I live in Texas) and NO ONE gives a damn.

I have been reporting all of this to every network Newsie World since 2005...and NO ONE gave a damn.

You, Greta, went on a field trip with Gov Rick Perry.  How quaint.  Did you even know that the chopper you were flying around in flew right over our heads?

Yes, Greta, you are now feeling what we have felt since 2005 and yes, we did reports on The Snooper Report about you being here in Texas...and we thank you for at least making THREE videos which was shown of Faux News.  I know, there are more videos but not on Faux News.

Here is a video that has received 1,771 visits...like I said, NO ONE gives a damn.

Remember this one?

Remember this one?

THIS IS WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING DOWN HERE, GRETA! --- Am I wrong? I really don’t get it…..I think this topic should be drawing giant front page headlines and large ones. It is right next door – and we ignore it. A few paragraphs here and there in the media is ignoring it. The media gives it ho-hum coverage. The Obama Administration only pays attention to it if it thinks a state is going rogue on it and passing laws about a hot button topic like illegal immigration. The Obama Administration acts like Mexico is Bermuda. When Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dared to accurately describe Mexico today as being like Columbia of 20 years ago she got rebuked by President Obama and President Calderone. (What are these two Presidents drinking?) Why isn’t the war in Mexico getting big headlines from the media, lots of attention from the Obama Administration and US citizen outrage that it is getting largely ignored? In a very disturbing way, it has something for everyone and you would expect everyone would be pushing to do something about it. It is a failed state…and right next door! Who should be figuratively up in arms about Mexico? Those who fear very violent crime spilling over into the USA, those who don’t want to see more and more and more drugs poison their streets and our citizens (and that is all over the USA, not just near the border), those who don’t want more people in this country illegally (they are fleeing Mexico out of fear) and those who think it immoral and wrong to terrorize and murder people. (This last category has particularly seized my attention. Can you imagine what it is like for the children? ) I can not understand how our nation can be talking about Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and yet not Mexico which is right next door and a gateway to the USA. Can you ?

Ummmm...NO I can't.  When have these pictures been on the Front Page News?  Including Faux News?  How about, NEVER.

And, yes, Greta, we knew about the Mexican prosecutor that quit many moons before you even heard about it...and I don't give a damn that the New York Slimes reported on this many days after it all happened.  This happens DAILY in Mexico.

Rick Perry closed his speech at the Values Voter Summit with a long, strongly worded passage on border security, declaring that he had “lived and breathed this issue” and reiterating his openness to conducting U.S. military operations in Mexico. The Texas governor drew repeated applause from the crowd with his hawkish rhetoric, which appeared to be aimed at quieting concerns on the right about his views on immigration. Continue Reading “What we are seeing south of our border is nothing short of a war being waged by these narco-terrorists. They represent a clear and a present danger,” Perry said. “They are peddling poisons to our children.” Perry continued: “In the face of this threat, we shouldn’t take any options off the table.” He pointed to U.S. action in Colombia as a precedent.

Justice Department Asks Appeals Court to Block Alabama's Immigration Law --- The Department of Justice has asked a federal appeals court to block enforcement of Alabama's new immigration law. The federal government filed the challenge on Friday to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. It claimed Alabama's new law "is highly likely to expose persons lawfully in the United States, including school children, to new difficulties in routine dealings."

And how can there be 'more damaging evidence' to Fast and Furoius that we haven't already REPORTED on since 2009?  BEFORE anyone ever figured out that there was a problem?

Is this all of a sudden news to the Newsies?  Oh.  Wait.

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