The U.S. Border Patrol received reports of a Humvee driving north along the Colorado River near Yuma and U.S. Customs sent a helicopter to investigate, the Arizona Star in Tucson reported. The soldiers told the border patrol they got disoriented and took a wrong turn.
This is a great indicator of how loose our borders are. If the Mexican army can cross it by accident, then maybe we should consider, either putting up real borders or taking them all the way down. Border patrol watches drug runners and bullets come across this 'imaginary' border every day. The American government is spending millions of dollars on transparent borders, so we can play games with the Mexican army, but I don't think they are laughing. It should be all or nothing.
Mexican army convoys traveled to the U.S. to help in the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. . Jump to: navigation, Hurricane Katrina was the eleventh named tropical storm, fourth hurricane, third major hurricane, and first Category 5 hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. ... The inept disaster recovery response to Hurricane Katrina began four days after the storm, with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) preparations that ranged from logistical supply deployments to a mortuary team with refrigerated trucks. ...
Mexican army convoys and a navy ship laden with food, supplies and specialists traveled to the United States including military specialists, doctors, nurses and engineers carrying water treatment plants, mobile kitchens, food and blankets.
The convoy represents the first Mexican military unit to operate on U.S. soil.
think about it they got there.
As i was driving home for work, I was actually wondering to myself if biased bigots on current have actually thought about filtering fox news articles. And ding ding, twenty minutes later, you answered my question. How much you spit in the face of those who came up with FREEDOM OF SPEECH.
p.s. i dont support fox, but i do think that if someone does and if someone finds an interesting article, more power to them.