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In D.C., Pinal deputy likens border to war zone

Law enforcement officials blame Obama's immigration policies

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Steve Henry said Wednesday that when his deputies go to the border they face a situation similar to a war zone in Afghanistan or Iraq.

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Oct 24, 2011, 3:33 pm
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Janet, the border is still out of control. Quit deceiving the us public. We that live on the border know that since you in washington have just created a massive back door amnesty program, the border jumpers are howling with delight and here in cochise county, are scrambling any way possible to get into USA. Record deportations means a still unsecured border. I recommend army rangers armed, tanks and military training for new recruits all along the border.I just betcha Janet, Eric, and Barry dont wake up to illegals jumpin out of the desert into waiting pickup trucks.  I betcha they dont look at the landscape around their homes and see garbage,plastic bottles, backpacks etc. discarded by criminal border crossers. STOP EM AT THE BORDER.

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