Monday, October 29, 2007

An Argument For Tougher Border Security

A new study says that the AIDS virus may have entered the U.S. via a Haitian immigrant back in 1969. Now, this story brings up a very good argument for tougher border security. Since we have no earthly idea who's coming into this country via the borders, we have no idea what's being brought with them. The super aggressive AIDS virus known as "super AIDS", TB, avian flu or something we don't even know about yet. You know, you don't see someone coming for work as a problem. What ever. But what if the next pandemic the media has been scaring us with the past few years comes from someone sneaking across one of the borders. Really. Is it that far fetched?


Anonymous said...

Nice how we continue to allow the "Turd" world countries to import their turds into our country. I'am sick and tired of it. The endless parade of human debris continues unabated.

Anonymous said...

Firstly, other countries don't 'import' anything into yours - they 'export' or you 'import' (if you insist on using the language of 'trade' to refer to people).

Secondly, calling the 'third world' 'turds' and 'human debris', makes arguments of benevolent motives for invasion of places like Iraq seem a little hard to believe.

Thirdly, your compassion is underwhelming John.