Sunday, May 16, 2010

By The Time I Get To Phoenix I'll Be Thirsty... Oh? What's that you say? I'll have to pass through Tucson first.

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Pictures Of Our Beautiful Sonoran Desert in Ariz.
HERE IS A REAL EYE OPENER FOR YOU. Another Monster Layup/Rest Area Discovered by CDC AZ SEARCH & RESCUE 

We breathed a sigh of relief the day the Senate defeated the Amnesty Bill, but the USA is still being invaded! We discovered one of the biggest layups we have ever found.  This layup is on an 'illegal super - highway' from Mexico to the USA ( Tucson ) used by human smugglers.  This layup area is located in a wash area approximately .5 of a mile long just south of Tucson.

We estimate there are over 3000 discarded back packs in this layup area. Countless water containers, food wrappers, clothing, and soiled baby diapers. And as you can see in this picture, fresh footprints leading right into it. We weren't too far behind them.
As I kept walking down the wash, I was sure it was going to end just ahead, but I kept walking and walking, and around every corner was more and more trash! 
And of course the trail leading out of the layup area heading NORTH to Tucson, then on to your town tomorrow.
They've already come through here. Is this America the Beautiful? 
Or another landfill?
The trash left behind by the illegals is another of the Environmental Disasters to hit the USA . Had this been done in one of our great Northwest Forests or Seashore National Parks areas there would be an uprising of the American people...but this is remote Arizona-Mexican border.  You won't see these pictures on CNN, ABC, NBC or the Arizona Repugnant.  Nor will they mention the disease that comes from the human waste left in the desert. They do talk about light bulbs a lot though...  This information needs to be seen by the rest of the country.

1 comment:

Rightwing Cowboy said...

When I saw these pictures or similar ones a couple of years ago it made me sick. The desert is a beautiful place, but an environment that demands respect.
Now I’m no environmental preservation wingnut, however, it appears I have a lot more respect for my surroundings than the pigs who are crossing our border.
It has always been my contention, people who are crossing our borders are not those with values we would wish for. That are morally bankrupt, have no spine and are fine with their lack of education. They are willing to steal anything not nailed down on their way to stealing employment from US citizens. And they do not have the mental acuity to organize and stand up to their own corrupt governments.
I am not singling out any particular country, but since the majority coming across our southern border are Mexican it is not hard to pick on them. I’ve crossed the border more than a couple of times and visited the “beautiful” Mexican towns. The poverty is unbelievable and disheartening. But I always ask this question: Where is their government? Where are their activists?
It is the corruption that sends these people north. Have they never heard what our forefathers did to give us this great country? Mexico is full of natural resourses, more than enough to make is a great country just like their northern neighbor. Yet, everyone Mexican citizen, from the corrupt to the honest have failed themselves by not exploiting what God has placed before them.
All I can say is: You can lead a Jackass to water, but you can’t make him drink.
And as I look at these pictures I have to imagine just what their homes might look like on eiter side of the border.