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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Ranger Recon Battles Banditos

Governor Rick Perry has had enough of the candy ass Washington border policy. Gov. Perry has repeatedly urged the federal government, through letters to President Barack Obama, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, to approve his request for 1,000 Title 32 National Guardsmen to support civilian law enforcement efforts to enhance border security in Texas.

Gov. Perry said. “This is the latest in a series of aggressive actions we’ve taken to fill the gap left by the federal government’s ongoing failure to adequately secure our international border.” With the Gov tired of waiting for Washington he instituted the “Ranger Recon Program”. In a press release from September 2009 The Texas Rangers will be in the Bandito bustin business like they were back in the day.
Comprised of Texas Rangers and Texas National Guard Counterdrug forces, the Ranger Recon Teams are supported by the Operation Border Star Unified Command, including Texas sheriffs, Highway Patrol strike teams and Department of Public Safety aviation resources.

Mexican violence has been increaseing over the years due to the drug cartels infighting over territories. The profits cartels reep for there illisiat activities such as kidnaping, contract murder, gun smuggling and drug ventures of all kinds rival that of a fortune 500 company.

The Mexicans are paying for this with there blood and the pool of blood gets deaper by the day as indicated in the body count.
  • Total Body Count for 2010: 15,273
  • Total Body Count for 2009: (approx.) 9,600
  • Total Body Count for 2008 (approx.): 5,400
  • Total Body Count for 2007 (approx): 4,300
The body count will go up if the Rangers have anything to do with it. In a June 16,2011 statement issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety in reference to a June 6th incident.  Allan Polunsky, chairman of the Texas Public Safety Commission, said that “violence toward Texas law enforcement agencies would not be tolerated.“ He continued with “I want to make it perfectly clear: if any of our officers are shot at or come under attack, there is no minimum number of bullets that need to be discharged at our people before we respond. We will respond with whatever force is required to terminate the attack or threat. Our officers are not and will not be intimidated by cartel criminals who care nothing for the rule of law,”

The Men in the white hats are coming so, Bandido conseguir su culo de vuelta a México.

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