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I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that we’ve got a problem with our borders, and it isn’t going away anytime soon — it’s only going to get worse unless we do something about it.
Fortunately, some of the politicians from non-border states are beginning to get it.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, a Democrat from Louisiana, recently had a tour of the border and concluded that we must provide more resources to secure our border.
As someone who lives in a border state, has immersed myself in this issue, and has had a first-hand tour of the border in the El Paso sector, I couldn’t agree more with Sen. Landrieu.
The federal government is clearly not doing enough to secure our borders, and, yes, we do need more resources.
And when I say borders, I’m not just talking about the U.S.-Mexico border, even though that’s where the biggest problem is at the moment.
I’m talking about complete border security, where our seaports, our coastlines, and, yes, our northern border are also secure.
The latter is an issue because Canada’s entry requirements for foreign nationals are different than ours.
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