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Posted: November 20, 2010 by datechguy in opinion/news
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Question: How can you tell the election season is over?

The Obama Administration plans to withdraw National Guard troops from the Texas, New Mexico and California borders by the end February under a new Southwest security plan, even as turmoil in Mexican border cities grows, according to documents obtained by The Washington Examiner.

A letter sent to various members of the Texas Congressional delegation from Texas’ Gov. Rick Perry’s office says, “In February, 2011, the Texas, New Mexico, and California National Guard forces that were deployed to the border in September, 2010, under President’s Obama’s Southwest Border Augmentation Plan, will have 30 days to complete a total draw down of forces.”

The election is over and they will not need those votes for another 18 months, time to build good will with the MayDay March Crowd again.

  1. dahospitalityguy says:

    That is good. Those national guardsman can now go back to their regular jobs instead of the more stressful active national guardsmen border duties.

    The article said in the next paragraph that ‘troops would not be pulled off the Arizona border under the plan, and about 100 of the troops would re-deploy there (the southwest) from other states’.

    So here’s what it says to me. The troops remain in Arizona and national guardsmen from other states will be deploying to Texas, New Mexico, and California just in smaller numbers to relieve the current guardsmen at those locations.

    The Correct Answer: There’s no more stupid campaign ads on television.

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