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As Congress Adjourns, Southern Border Remains Open for Illegal Entry

Government has voiced empty words on security

  • Requests Presidential Pardon for Border Agents
  • As the sun sets on the 109th Congress today, the sun is also setting in the Southwest and a border unguarded from illegal entry, opened for settlement and incursion.

    Our government has voiced empty words of border security and protecting our nation from foreign invasion, much like the empire of Rome in 364 A.D. when the Goths encroached into Roman lands.

    There were not enough border security agents to keep them out. They were not required to assimilate into the Roman culture. The Romans did nothing. Blind to Goth occupation, Rome created its own downfall and disappearance as a nation.

    Inability to protect borders and keep intruders out has led to the extermination of civilizations throughout history. Our government has failed with empty words of meaningless political promises to protect the American people from border invasions.

    Americans are tired of the hollow, hapless words. They are demanding secure borders to keep our nation sovereign. It’s the moral responsibility of this nation to protect its citizens from invasion, to secure borders from foreign invaders before we become just another Rome and pass into the smoldering ash heap of historical insignificance, all the while the sun sets in the Southwest.

    And that’s just the way it is.

    Written By

    Congressman Ted Poe represents the 2nd Congressional District of Texas. Rep. Poe recently introduced the National Guard Border Enforcement Act that will authorize the Secretary of Defense to make 10,000 armed National Guard troops available upon request from a U.S. Governor. Rep. Poe serves on the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Border Security; Executive Member of the Immigration Reform Caucus; and recognized nationally as a leading advocate for border security. Prior to serving in Congress, Poe was a prosecutor and judge in Houston, Texas for 30 years.

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