Monday, August 20, 2007

George W Bush tackles border security

President George W. Bush travels today to Quebec for talks with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon. The talks will be dominated by border security issues and speeding commercial traffic between the trading partners.
This message is music to the ears of GOP supporters. Border security will be a major issue in the Presidential Election campaign in 2008.

It is glaringly obvious that there are numerous deficiencies in security especially on the Mexican border. A major tightening is a sine qua non if another terrorist attack is to be avoided. Along the Mexican border Al Qaeda terrorists can infiltrate and assume Hispanic identities. President George W Bush must tighten security whilst reassuring law abiding Hispanics. The Hispanic vote will be crucial in 2008.

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