Friday, November 5, 2010

Where is Black Jack Pershing When We Need Him

Instapundit posted a link to the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College's website tonight. They had this announcement posted:
UTB/TSC Emergency Warning #5
The campus is closed and evening classes have been canceled today and Saturday, Nov. 6 because of gunfire taking place across the Rio Grande. Anyone who needs to come to campus or has questions about events can call Campus Police at 882-8232 or 882-8233. Homecoming activities for Saturday, Nov. 6 have been affected. Coffee with the President has been canceled. The Golden Scorpions Reunion at noon will be on the patio at Lolas Bistro at 1335 Palm Blvd. in Brownsville. The Distinguished Alumnus Award event has been postponed until further notice. Enrollment Management's Scorpion Saturday event has also been canceled. The mens and womens soccer semifinals of the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament have been moved to the Brownsville Sports Park. The womens game that UTB/TSC is playing in is at 8 p.m. and the mens game that UTB/TSC will play in is at 10 p.m. today. The womens soccer final will take place at 5 p.m. and the mens soccer final will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6 at the Brownsville Sports Park.
If anyone has ever doubted that we have trouble on our Southern border, this should be a wake-up call. This isn't some modern-day Pancho Villa with his raid on Columbus, New Mexico. Rather it is a full-fledged narco-terrorist insurgency on our borders with heavy weaponry smuggled into Mexico by international arms merchants and not bought at American gunshows as the White House and the Brady Campaign would have us believe.

Enough is enough. One of these days Tonight We Ride will be more than just a great song by singer-songwriter Tom Russell. It's time to skin some terrorists and make chaps out of their hides.

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