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Murder in Rio Grande Valley: “This is coming to a town near you”

by Michelle Malkin on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

This is article 65 of 65 in the topic Border Issues
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Border Patrol agent Javier Vega, Jr., R.I.P.

Murder in Rio Grande Valley: “This is coming to a town near you”
by Michelle Malkin
Creators Syndicate
Copyright 2014

The voice on the other end of the line is exasperated. “It’s insane,” he wants America to know. “We’re in a war zone.” And there’s no room for apathy.

“This is coming to a town near you,” he warns.

The man on the phone is a veteran of the Department of Homeland Security who works in South Texas. He reached out to me last night in the wake of an off-duty U.S. Border Patrol agent’s horrific murder on Friday. The 36-year-old agent, Javier Vega Jr., was shot execution-style in front of his wife, his parents, two of his sons and another child in the Rio Grande Valley. Vega’s father was also shot but survived. They were on an idyllic family fishing trip before being robbed and ambushed.

The two suspects are Mexican nationals from Matamoros. “They’re here illegally,” my source said with a weary sigh. And not just that. They had been previously deported after committing other serious crimes, he says. “But we just drop the thugs off at the border, and they come right back.”

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Illegal alien murder suspects Ismael Hernandez and Gustavo Tijerina

The National Border Patrol Council issued a moving statement after a middle-of-the-night manhunt led to the capture and confessions of the two suspects this weekend:

“Agent Vega was armed and fought back to protect his family. During the course of the ensuing firefight Agent Vega’s father was hit in the leg and Agent Vega was mortally wounded. After Agent Vega fell, his family members continued to fight back. Agent Vega’s actions were in keeping with the finest traditions of the United States Border Patrol and his will be a place, deserved of honor and glory, when the final story of the United States Border Patrol is written.”

The White House and U.S. Chamber of Commerce may not speak up, but the NBPC gave the law enforcement officers on the border their just recognition: “We want to commend the Border Patrol agents and other law enforcement officers involved in the manhunt for Agent Vega’s killers. It is through their professionalism and tenacity that the wretched animals who committed this crime will face the full measure of Texas justice.”

No doubt the bleeding hearts will take offense at wretched animals being called what they are. I can hear “progressives” whipping out their overdrawn race cards as I type. That’s all they’ve got.

Last week, Democrats took to the House floor to inveigh against heartless Republicans who oppose expanding President Barack Obama’s administrative amnesty. “Un-American.” “Deplorable.” “Hateful.” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi imperiously dismissed enforcement advocate Rep. Tom Marino, R-Pa., as “insignificant.” It’s “almost as though they despise and hate all of our children,” fumed Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill.

So, public safety and homeland security concerns are “insignificant”? More than a half-million border crossers from Mexico, South America and Central America granted administrative amnesty or special border-surge status under Obama are “our children”? Where are the speeches from Pelosi and her fellow House Democrats on behalf of the children of Javier Vega? And for the children of other fallen agents and law enforcement officers?

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Obama’s DHS to expand illegal alien facilities in Texas

by Jim Kouri on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

This is article 453 of 465 in the topic Immigration

While lawmakers in Washington, D.C., debated a $659 million border bill on Thursday, officials at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that as of Friday a detention facility in Karnes City, Texas, will be ready to take in adults with children who are part of the ongoing tsunami of illegal aliens who entered the United States.

With the blessing of President Barack Obama, the Karnes County Residential Center, which has been modified specifically for the current crisis, is just one of several housing projects the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is considering to detain adults with children who are continuing to illegally crossing the Southwest border.

While the DHS claims these facilities will lead to more timely and effective deportations, as well as helping to deter others from illegally crossing into Texas, several local police and sheriffs believe there will be few who will actually be returned to their home countries in Central America.

“If these illegal aliens are going to be deported, then why would Obama have them scattered across the United States? Doesn’t it cost more to transport someone from Chicago or New York than deporting them from Texas or Arizona?” asks former police captain Joel Larsky, who served on an inter-agency, anti-gang task force.

According to an Examiner news story, ICE is already using the police academy in Artesia, New Mexico –that’s used to train Border Patrol agents — as housing for illegal aliens, some who are reportedly wearing “gang tattoos.”

However, the top official at DHS is attempting to sound tough, without having to be tough, say critics.

“In the face of unprecedented levels of illegal migration of adults with children and unaccompanied children in the Rio Grande Valley, we have reiterated that our borders are not open to illegal migration; if you come here illegally, and don’t have a legal basis to stay under our laws, we will send you back,” said Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson.

“The opening of this additional facility represents our continued commitment to provide temporary facilities for adults with children while they undergo removal proceedings, and it is part of DHS’ sustained and aggressive campaign to stem the tide of illegal migration from Central America,” Johnson said in a press statement.

Some critics see this whole immigration problem as an intentionally created crisis by President Barack Obama and his underlings and political operatives.

“For Barack Obama, politics is about winning the disagreement, not building consensus. We know why. His career as a community organizer was not an effort to work with others but strictly to inflame like-minded partisans. He always won speaking to his own — no broad consensus or leadership skills needed there” said Tom Del Beccaro, a California attorney and blogger.

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Murderous drug cartel underboss nabbed by cops in Mexico

by Jim Kouri on Saturday, August 31st, 2013

This is article 72 of 83 in the topic Drug War

A US drug enforcement officer reported Friday that a suspected Sinaloa Cartel underboss, who claims he is retired, was nabbed by Mexican police officers and charged with being involved in more than 350 killings with many of those victims found in various mass graves.

According to a narcotics officer, Det. Benjamin Castro, police officers in the state of Chihuahua, located near the US-Mexican border, apprehended 39-year-old organized crime lieutenant Mario Nunez, a/k/a “M-10,” in the violence-ridden border city of Ciudad Juárez, the Mexican federal security office announced on Thursday.

What makes Nunez an ever bigger catch for Mexico’s law enforcement leaders is the fact he is a former police officer who began working with the Juárez Cartel before joining the rival Sinaloa drug enterprise. Besides his notoriety in Mexico, Nunez is also wanted by the US Justice Department for alleged drug-trafficking charges in a federal court in Texas.

According to Det. Castro, it isn’t known if the US Attorney General’s office sent his Mexican counterpart an extradition request. However, the Mexican government claims Nunez faces at least 40 years in prison in Mexican federal prison. Mexico does not have capital punishment nor with its government extradite any suspects facing a death sentence in the US or other nations.

The Mexican government accuses Nunez of significantly contributing to an upsurge in drug violence such as killings of rivals or innocent civilians, ambushes of police and soldiers, and the kidnapping of officials in Ciudad Juárez, which is across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas.

The Mexican government claims Nunez fought with rival drug gang members in 2011 which resulted in mortally wounding upwards of 350 people.

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Meet one of the people Joe Biden says lives ‘in fear and in the shadows’

by Doug Powers on Friday, May 31st, 2013

This is article 349 of 465 in the topic Immigration

The other day in Trinidad, Joe Biden claimed that illegals in the U.S. are “required to constantly live in fear and live in the shadows.”

Courtesy of Fox News’ Special Report, meet one of the people who, according to Biden, is cowering in fear:

Illegal immigrant and mother of seven, Marita Nelson, receives $240 in food stamps, medications, $700 in Social Security and housing allowance. She entered the US by swimming the Rio Grande. Now she’s on a crusade to help other illegals sign up for their free stuff.

Horror! Please do something about America’s inhumanity, Joe Biden!

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Mexico blasts U.S for not prosecuting border agent who killed illegal alien

by Jim Kouri on Sunday, May 6th, 2012

This is article 36 of 65 in the topic Border Issues

Mexican government officials blasted the U.S. government for “failing to prosecute a Border Patrol agent” who admitted he shot an illegal alien at the U.S.-Mexican border nearly two years ago.  An investigation revealed that the agent was being assaulted with rocks thrown by a gang of Mexicans, according to a legal watchdog group based in the nation’s capital.

The controversial shooting incident occurred in the summer of 2010 when the federal agent, Jesus Mesa, spotted a group of Mexicans crossing the Rio Grande near El Paso. U.S. authorities say Mesa fatally shot a teen (Sergio Hernández-Guereca) traveling with the group in self-defense after the teen and his friends threw rocks at the agent, according to Judicial Watch.

Last year a Texas judge dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit against the U.S. government but allowed a lawsuit against the agent to proceed. The Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) has spent the last two years conducting a “comprehensive and thorough investigation into the shooting” in an effort to file federal criminal charges against the Border Patrol agent.

But a few days ago the DOJ conceded that there is “insufficient evidence” to pursue federal criminal charges against Mesa. “The U.S. government regrets the loss of life in this matter, and the Civil Rights Division, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security devoted significant time and resources into conducting a thorough and complete investigation,” the DOJ says in a statement.

According to law enforcement reports, fifteen-year old Sergio Hernandez-Guereca was shot in his head as U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents tried to detain two men who had crossed into the United States illegally near the Paso del Norte Bridge in El Paso, Texas. The teenager was pronounced dead at the scene.

A federal law enforcement officer told the Law Enforcement Examiner that Hernandez was with a gang of youths throwing rocks at the agents. The anonymous law enforcement source stated that witnesses claimed one agent fired several shots toward the group, but Agent Mesa  claimed he acted in self-defense.

Mexican officials, including President Felipe Calderón, denounced the teen’s death. The country’s secretary of state said the use of firearms was a “disproportionate use of force” in response to rock throwing.

However, police use of force experts have told the Law Enforcement Examiner that the throwing of rocks by a suspect is considered use of deadly physical force according to the “Resistance/Force Continuum.” 

“There appeared to be no doubt that the border officer was being attacked using rocks. All you need is a direct hit on the skull by a rock to cause permanent brain injury or even death,” said Lieutenant Richard Fierra, a charter member of the Society of Police Black Belts and an expert in use-of-force training.

The Justice Department claims it conducted a comprehensive and thorough investigation into the shooting, which occurred while smugglers attempting an illegal border crossing hurled rocks from close range at a CBP agent who was attempting to detain a suspect.

The decision has been met with anger among Mexican government officials who have threatened to launch an international investigation. The Spanish-language news media presented the story as the exoneration of the American agent who assassinated a Mexican youth. In a diplomatic note from its secretary of foreign relations, Mexico’s government chastised the DOJ’s decision not to criminally charge the Border Patrol agent.

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No prosecution of Border agent for shooting Mexican teenager

by Jim Kouri on Sunday, April 29th, 2012

This is article 35 of 65 in the topic Border Issues
A U.S. border patrol agent and his family were relieved on Friday when they were informed that the agent won’t be prosecuted for shooting and killing a Mexican teenager on the banks of the Rio Grande on June 7, 2010, according to a press statement from the U.S. Attorney General’s office.

Hernandez-Guereca crime scene following the altercation between U.S. border agents and Mexican illegal aliens. Photo credit: Police Times Magazine

Justice Department officials said in a news release that its “comprehensive and thorough investigation” determined there was “insufficient evidence to pursue federal criminal charges.”

The Justice Department also concluded that no federal civil rights charges could be pursued in this matter.  Under the applicable civil rights statutes, prosecutors must establish, beyond a reasonable doubt, that a law enforcement officer willfully deprived an individual of a constitutional right, meaning with the deliberate and specific intent to do something the law forbids.  This is the highest standard of intent imposed by law.

According to law enforcement reports, fifteen-year old Sergio Hernandez-Guereca was shot in his head as U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents tried to detain two men who had crossed into the United States illegally near the Paso del Norte Bridge in El Paso, Texas. The teenager was pronounced dead at the scene.

A federal law enforcement officer told the Law Enforcement Examiner that Hernandez was with a gang of youths throwing rocks at the agents. The anonymous law enforcement source stated that witnesses claimed one agent fired several shots toward the group, but the still unidentified agent claimed he acted in self-defense.

Mexican officials, including President Felipe Calderón, denounced the teen’s death. The country’s secretary of state said the use of firearms was a “disproportionate use of force” in response to rock throwing.

However, police use of force experts have told the Law Enforcement Examiner that the throwing of rocks by a suspect is considered use of deadly physical force according to the “Resistance/Force Continuum.” 

“There appeared to be no doubt that the border officer was being attacked using rocks. All you need is a direct hit on the skull by a rock to cause permanent brain injury or even death,” said Lieutenant Richard Fierra, a charter member of the Society of Police Black Belts and an expert in use-of-force training.

The Justice Department claims it conducted a comprehensive and thorough investigation into the shooting, which occurred while smugglers attempting an illegal border crossing hurled rocks from close range at a CBP agent who was attempting to detain a suspect.

During the investigation, law enforcement officers and forensic technicians collected, analyzed and reviewed evidence from the scene of the shooting as well as civilian and surveillance video. They also analyzed law enforcement radio traffic, 911 recordings, volumes of CBP agent training and use of force materials.  In addition, investigators reviewed the shooting agent’s training, disciplinary records, and personal history.  Also, they conducted site visits and analysis and consulted with the International Boundary and Water Commission concerning jurisdictional issues.

“The investigation revealed that the agent — whose identity has been well-protected — did not act inconsistently with CBP policy or training regarding use of force.  Based on a careful review and analysis of all the evidence, the team concluded that evidence would not be sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the CBP agent violated the federal homicide laws in the shooting of Hernandez-Guereca,” according to Justice Department officials.

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Secretary Napolitano continues comical remarks, says citizens’ group

by Jim Kouri on Friday, April 13th, 2012

This is article 32 of 65 in the topic Border Issues

As crime and violence continues along the U.S.- Mexican border unabated and overwhelmed federal agents are increasingly attacked by heavily armed drug smugglers, the nation’s Homeland Security chief assures Americans that the de facto war zone is “as secure as it has ever been,” according to a non-partisan, public interest group based in Washington, DC.

In fact, just days before Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano made her comical assertion, U.S. Border Patrol agents engaged in a violent gun battle with Mexican drug smugglers along the Rio Grande in Texas. The federal officers came under siege during a drug bust that netted half a ton of U.S.-bound marijuana.

Similar incidents have occurred in the last few months even though Border Patrol agents avoid the most crime-infested stretches because they’re “too dangerous” and patrolling them could result in an “international incident” of cross border shooting. That alarming tidbit was revealed just a few weeks ago by an Arizona sheriff who obtained firsthand accounts from Border Patrol supervisors stationed in his jurisdiction, according to officials at Judicial Watch.

The violence has inevitably spilled into U.S. communities near the southern border, forcing local law enforcement agencies to create special units dedicated to combating criminal activity related to illegal immigration and Mexican drug cartels.

“In the absence of federal action, border crime has risen sharply in the last decade and will only get worse, according to statistics provided to congressional leaders by frustrated Arizona authorities,” according to a Judicial Watch report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

“This makes Napolitano’s recent comments all the more infuriating. Addressing the Congressional Hispanic Caucus this week, the Homeland Security Secretary assured that an unprecedented amount of manpower and technology has largely secured the Southwest border,” said Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton.

The area “is as secure as it has ever been,” she said and now Congress should pass and implement meaningful immigration reform, liberal-code for large-scale, illegal alien amnesty

Fitton points out another funny Napolitano line: she wants Americans to know the Obama Administration takes law enforcement seriously, even though it has drastically weakened a collaborative program between local and federal authorities, suspended worksite enforcement and halted the deportation of certain classes of illegal immigrants. Among the protected are illegal aliens discovered as a result of traffic violations and those attending college.

And Napolitano isn’t the only official out-of-touch with reality. At a news conference in Arizona recently, ICE Director John Morton announced the results of the enforcement action, which involved more than 60 ICE agents and officers, as well as personnel from the U.S. Marshals Service.

However, Morton was the recipient of a “vote of no confidence” from the union representing his ICE agents and officers. In a letter, the members of ICE complained about the politically-motivated actions of their superiors and Morton’s desire to offer amnesty to illegal aliens.

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Remembering The Alamo

by Chuck Baldwin on Thursday, March 1st, 2012

This is article 52 of 142 in the topic History

March 6 marks the anniversary of the fall of the Alamo back in 1836. For more than 13 days, 186 brave and determined patriots withstood Santa Anna’s seasoned army of over 4,000 troops. To a man, the defenders of that mission fort knew they would never leave those ramparts alive. They had several opportunities to leave and live. Yet, they chose to fight and die. How foolish they must look to this generation of spoiled Americans.

It is difficult to recall that stouthearted men such as Davy Crockett (a nationally known frontiersman and former congressman), Will Travis (only 23 years old with a little baby at home), and Jim Bowie (a wealthy landowner with properties on both sides of the Rio Grande) really existed. These were real men with real dreams and real desires. Real blood flowed through their veins. They loved their families and enjoyed life as much as any of us do. There was something different about them, however. They possessed a commitment to liberty that transcended personal safety and comfort.

Liberty is an easy word to say, but it is a hard word to live up to. Freedom has little to do with financial gain or personal pleasure. Accompanying Freedom is her constant and unattractive companion, Responsibility. Neither is she an only child. Patriotism and Morality are her sisters. They are inseparable: destroy one and all will die.

Early in the siege, Travis wrote these words to the people of Texas: “Fellow Citizens & Compatriots: I am besieged by a thousand or more of the Mexicans under Santa Anna. . . . The enemy has demanded a surrender at discretion, otherwise the garrison are to be put to the sword . . . I have answered the demand with a cannon shot & our flag still waves proudly from the walls. I shall never surrender or retreat. . . . VICTORY OR DEATH! P.S. The Lord is on our side. . . .”

As you read those words, remember that Travis and the others did not have the A.C.L.U., P.E.T.A., the National Education Association, and the Southern Poverty Law Center telling them how intolerant and narrow-minded their notions of honor and patriotism were. A hostile media did not constantly castigate them as a bunch of wild-eyed extremists. As schoolchildren, they were not taught that their forefathers were nothing more than racist jerks. Neither did they have pastors constantly filling their hearts and minds with this imbecilic “Obey-the-government-no-matter-what” misinterpretation of Romans chapter 13.

The brave men at the Alamo labored under the belief that America (and Texas) really was “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” They believed God was on their side and the freedom of future generations depended on their courage and resolve. They further believed their posterity would remember their sacrifice as an act of love and devotion. It all looks pale now.

By today’s standards, the gallant men of the Alamo appear rather foolish. After all, they had no chance of winning–none. Yet, the call for pragmatism and practicality was never sounded. Instead, they answered the clarion call, “Victory or death!”

Please try to remember the heroes of the Alamo as you watch our gutless political and religious leaders surrender to globalism, corporatism, socialism, and political correctness.

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America, Canada and Mexico: Headed for a Payday?

by Rev. Michael Bresciani on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

This is article 3 of 41 in the topic Moral Values

trans-am-can-mex.jpgUp till now it was hard to pull off anything in the brave new world of today’s “tolerance and diversity” that could outshine what is done in America. Canada has recently stepped up to the plate with a judicial ruling that topples any extravagance the U.S. has produced so far.

Canadian Judge Joanne Viet freed a 19 year old that strangled her newborn baby and threw its body into her neighbor’s backyard. Judge Viet said that Canadians, “Understand, accept and sympathize with the onerous demands pregnancy and childbirth exact from mothers, especially mothers without support. Naturally, Canadians are grieved by an infant’s death, especially at the hands of the infant’s mother, but Canadians also grieve for the mother” I can’t answer for anyone in Canada but I would bet that is not what most Canadians are feeling.

In a tiny community 200 miles south of San Antonio Texas a cache of weapons that included rocket launchers and explosives was found along a quiet stretch of the Rio Grande. Protecting the need to smoke pot and have plenty of strips of cocaine at parties and clubs in America is apparently very important to the drug cartels that now have a plethora of the best military hardware available today. Those who insist smoking pot is harmless now have rocket launchers in the fray to prove their point.

We could skip over the fact that children were allowed to see the sexual emphasis and paraphernalia at the last gay parade in San Diego or that public nudity is perfectly OK in San Francisco and move right up to the glorious accomplishments of the Obama’s administrations repeal of “don’t ask don’t tell” (DADT) in the military. Today’s celebration of the repeal in several major cities was accompanied with speeches and handclapping. Words like, patriotism, service to country and “at last,” laced the ceremonies and jubilation ensued. No one is willing to talk about the kinds of men and women, who will now, not enlist into the military, but only that their own kind can now sign up without fear or problems of any kind.

Talk of our ailing economy goes on at any day of the week just about 24 hours a day. Experts, analysts, politicians and pundits weigh in and almost no one of any stature has yet once admitted that the bad economy might just possibly be connected to our rising immorality and our new almost bottomless penchant for everything filthy, immoral and sleazy.

Regardless of who wins the 2012 presidential race the damage may already be too far advanced to change anything. The next president would have to start with the repeal of Obamacare and then move on to reinstating DADT before tackling the effects of the gay agenda’s highly questionable advancements just to get to neutral territory, or what would be better described as, pre-Obama America. What they might accomplish after that, would be limited if after all, the economy collapses.

All is not as dismal at it seems because just in time, Joel Osteen is about to release his latest book on how to be happier seven days a week. We will need it even if it is just more of the American perception of positive thinking on steroids.

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Still Playing Their Reindeer Games

by Thomas D. Segel on Sunday, September 4th, 2011

This is article 195 of 694 in the topic Healthcare

There are times when I strongly feel most Americans need a brain transplant. If a politician makes a statement or a promise, we buy into it as if the Almighty had carved it into stone. For some reason when some Washington motor mouth babbles in a positive manner on a theme we hold near and dear to our hearts, our eyes glaze over and we grasp onto that particular pledge as if it were a great truth ready to unfold. We instantly forget these pledges of support and excuses for failure have been part of the political mantra since the first stone-age politico crawled up on a rock and grunted his initial campaign speech.

A perfect example of this can be seen in Deep South Texas where for decades veterans have been trying to convince the Department of Veterans Affairs they need a hospital. Since the dawning of VA medicine veterans with wide ranging disabilities were required to travel to San Antonio, more than 250 miles one way, to obtain hospital care. In recent years the establishment of VA clinics in the Rio Grande Valley has reduced the need for veterans to endure more than 500 miles of travel and an overnight hotel stay just to visit with a doctor. However, there is still a need for their own hospital, according to many senior citizen veterans and wounded warriors.

Just yesterday a group of them met with Congressman Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX), as they have repeatedly over multiple years. His justification for no further action taking place on expanding their outpatient clinic into a full service hospital was “Republicans are only interested in cutting funding.” He failed to mention that the Department of Veterans Affairs has an annual budget of about $70 billion for regular expenditures and another $50 to $60 billion in additional funding. One would think somewhere in all of that cash enough could be found to build a hospital for those who fought to keep this nation free.

In reality, Hinojosa is continuing with his silly reindeer games, insisting the GOP will not allow him to play in their sandbox. A strong reality is the Democrats still control the White House and the Senate. They controlled all three branches of government for the first half of the Obama Administration. They had eight years under Clinton. Added to all of this, since World War II there have been six Democrat presidents, plus multiple decades of Democrat controlled Congress. For almost all of that time, the men and women who served our country and resided south of San Antonio in the Lone Star State begged for a hospital. The Donkey brand was in power but did nothing.

An interesting aside to this hospital denial by repeated Democrat and Republican administrations is South Texas has always been as blue as its sky when it came to casting ballots. The Tip of Texas remains a Democrat stronghold today. Yet, with this reality in place no Democrat administration could ever find enough small change in the federal budget to build that VA hospital. Also, in the gamesmanship department, the GOP too was a no-show for the veterans.

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