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(Some Guy)   Feds want to spend $23 million securing about 10 miles of Montana's border. That leaves another 520 miles wide open to a Canadian invasion   ( divider line
    More: Silly, Janet Napolitano, U.S. Customs, CBP, Canada, invasion, borders, Recovery Act, Jon Tester  
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826 clicks; posted to Politics » on 21 Aug 2010 at 2:46 PM (7 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2010-08-22 05:10:02 PM  

clovis69: western Canada has crappy highways and slow speed limits.

Crappy highways I'll grant you, but as a Montanian I'm here to tell you they let you drive 100 up there.
2010-08-23 09:54:38 AM  
Gotta beef up that Whitetail border crossing. You never know what kind of people are going to come down from Big Beaver and Buffalo Gap.

A few farmers have reported seeing American jets patrolling the border near the port of Climax (SK/MT). Paranoid much?
2010-08-23 06:26:26 PM  

Listerine: whatsupchuck: FTA: It's one of five Montana border posts that the U.S. government is upgrading with more than $23 million in Recovery Act funding. Critics have called the project a waste of taxpayer money.

Because Canadians aren't all brown and such as.

what % of illegal immigrants cross through the canadian-us border? now compare that to the percentage that cross through the mexican-us border.

Or, you could just attribute it to racism!

Or, you could compare the relative cost of Canadian ellegals towards the cost of mexican illegals.
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