The Washington Times reports (hat tip: Michelle Malkin) that, rather than enforce immigration laws, the federal government, via the Bureau of Land Management, is placing signs to warn US citizens to stay away from the dangerous US-Mexican border:
Hope n' Change explores the logic:
We tried to reach the President for comment but he was busy:
Michelle Malkin has more. Also see Uncoverage's review of how President Eisenhower succeeded in deporting illegal aliens.
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PREVIOUSLY on immigration:
•Arizona law working even before it was scheduled to be in effect
•Obama administration overturns rule of law on immigration
•Pro-illegal immigration protesters confront Minutemen in San Francisco
•Amazing: NY Times editors thought illegal immigration was legal
•California pays for schooling of Mexicans who live in Mexico and only cross the border to go to school
•Political bias on Spanish-language TV network Univision
•British pop star denied visa to US. Should she have tried to get in illegally instead?
•Sex slave ring arrested. Pro-illegal advocates object.