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Senators from northern border states urged the Obama administration to deploy military radar and more unmanned planes. The head of the Senate's Homeland Security committee, Conn. Sen. Joe Lieberman, suggested the government should examine whether to require visas of Canadian visitors.
"We have made critical security improvements along the northern border — deploying additional Border Patrol agents, technology and infrastructure, and, just two weeks ago, we successfully completed the first long-range CBP Predator-B unmanned aircraft patrol under expanded (Federal Aviation Administration) authorization that extends the range of our approved airspace along the northern border by nearly 900 miles," Fetcher said.
Originally posted by freedom12
reply to post by Vitchilo
Forget all the Mexicans crossing everyday and other Latinos from other countries.
The incentive with this is that we won't have a mass exodus of poor American immigrants coming to our country and ruining everything. They never said anything about the two countries merging. Canada will still be responsible for security on our side of the line.
So where's the incentive for Canadians again?
Originally posted by wiredamerican
Militarization of the border has a lot to do with making sure BC buddies, and pals do not make it down to the good ol' USA where we love BC buddies and pals. BC buddies and pals, really love to trade with the USA and the militarization is to control this trading of buddies and pals with the USA.
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
They are making it harder to travel across the US:
1- TSA screening
2- Increasing gas prices
Originally posted by Vitchilo
reply to post by Darkmask
After Americans complaining about illegals Mexicans, now it's gonna be Canadians complaining about illegal Americans.