Monday, January 30, 2006

Mexican Officials Arrest Iraqis Near Border

I just saw on FNC that Mexican officials have arrested Iraqis who were trying to sneak into the United States, but they don't have a link up yet. And this isn't the first time this has happened. I'm not even going to say anything about this. We're just lucky Mexico, rather than give them maps, did the right thing.
Filed under U.S./Mexico Border


Anonymous said...

You do realise that that article actually made no connection between the 3 Iraqis and the passport counterfeiter?

It also never said their passports were fake, but rather invalid. That could mean they had expired, it could mean that they weren't in proper order to get to Mexico, it could mean a lot of things.

But never let logic stand in the way of a good rant, eh?

Christopher Lee said...

Uh, who the hell's talking about passport counterfeiters?

And I'm sure their Greek passports had just expired. That's all.

Anonymous said...

The article talks about Iraqis with invalid passports.
Then it talks about a Greek passport counterfeiter.

It makes the implication that they're connected since the Iraqis got their passports in Greece. It doesn't, however, back up that implication.

And yes, Greek passports will get you into Mexico. Funnily enough, Iraqis live all over the world. Or quite possibly they could have fled Saddam, as you keep telling us he was so evil.

Anonymous said...

Alright, I'll ask again - since when have you changed your mind from "Iraqis love the US" to "Iraqis are evil terrorists"?

Seems to be a bit of contradiction in your posts now.