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Friday, July 25, 2014

Don't read if blood pressure is a concern . . .

Mississippi Rebel notes that although the Border Patrol (oops--my mistake) the federal government is apparently disinclined to do anything about the endless waves of criminal invaders washing over our southern border, at least they're willing to use deadly force to defend our Alaskan border against Iowa Boy Scouts with cameras. How courageous and valiant of them.


Glenn B said...

I was wondering, since the article states that it was uncertain as to which Customs & Border Protection (the name of the agency at the borders - it is not Customs & Border Patrol)branch was involved in this incident, how is it that you arrive at the conclusion it was the U.S. Border Patrol.

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

You're right, Glenn. My mistake. Thanks for pointing it out.

MamaLiberty said...

Regardless of which bunch of goons was in action at the time, the boot licking attitude of the scout's leader is horrifying. I can understand not wanting to rock the boat if he's a spokesperson for the BSA... but gee... Hope something far different was said to the scouts, at least by their parents.

I spent 9 years as a Scout leader, one kind or another, 40 years ago... and I'm sad to say I think the whole BSA has gone to the dogs. Right along with the GSA, I might add.

John A said...

"The agent in charge informed me of the potential charges against (the) scout and informed me it is a violation of federal law for any American to take a picture of a federal agent or any federal building,” Fox wrote.

What, this again? Seems only the one-third of us who do not work for the government know better. there are only a very few places/people with actual legal anti-photography or recording of [non-electronic] oral communication are legally banned. If some employee actually said this, it is at the least a large failure in training.