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Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Sorry that a few of the million people sneaking into our country to take our jobs and steal our resources get roughed up. Try coming in legally. We're much nicer that way.

Posted by Montrose on 12/16/2010 at 7:48 PM
Posted by Boss on 12/16/2010 at 6:19 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

I ve read articles from the pitch before and I must say this is the single biggest socialist rag I have ever laid eyes on How this even gets on the yahoo local news is beyond my scope.

Posted by Kelly Case on 12/16/2010 at 5:37 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Sorry that a few of the million people sneaking into our country to take our jobs and steal our resources get roughed up. Try coming in legally. We're much nicer that way.

Posted by Montrose on 12/16/2010 at 4:48 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

And the average American should be upset? For what reason? Illegals breaking our laws are overlooked and border agents breaking the law should be arrested? If illegals were arrested and deported like they are supposed to, there would be very few accusations of agent abuse. How many illegals atre carrying guns and drugs? If you say "zero" you are totally ignorant.

Posted by Jerry on 12/16/2010 at 4:11 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

The killing of the border patrol agent is a legitimate cause of concern for his family and fellow agents. However, an apple is not an orange.

The treatment of detained individuals in the U.S. by federal authorities should be a concern for those who claim to support our Constitutional form of government. There are no licenses to abuse and torture based upon violations of civil laws.

Additionally, as a Christian, I cannot support the abuse and torture that has been documented in court records and other sources.

Border security - yes. Border torture - no.

Posted by Tony KC2 on 12/16/2010 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

I ve read articles from the pitch before and I must say this is the single biggest socialist rag I have ever laid eyes on How this even gets on the yahoo local news is beyond my scope.

Posted by Kelly Case on 12/16/2010 at 2:37 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

And the graphic that accompanies this article is downright dispicable, both the artist and writer producing content on par with the idealistic idiocy of a mind-warped college activist rather than a seasoned professional with an acute eye for facts amid the big picture. This is especially infuriating when considering that yet another border agent was murdered, and the true thugs roam north and south of the border, smuggling humans and drugs and delivering misery, while activist attorneys pridethe useful idiot revolutionaries of the brown pride take aim at our nation.

Posted by FidelGonzales on 12/16/2010 at 2:03 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Screw the mexicans!!! If they don't want to get abused, they should keep their illegal buts on their side of the fence! They all know by now (hopefully)that there is a LEGAL way to get in the U.S.A. I'm so tired of hearing about them. If you are an american citizen and break the law you are punished. I never read any articles from your paper whining about that. So please shut up about illegal immigrants! Instead of abuse they should shoot them!

Posted by mike ferrell on 12/16/2010 at 2:02 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Sensationalism over substance. And there are at least a few hints within the story of the illegal being amid the least cooperative of detainees. Beyond the hard facts of this incident, which are not represented here, those virtuous civil rights attorneys would better serve humanity to venture south of the border to practice their craft, where civil rights remain at the mercy of the corrupt and truly criminal.

Posted by FidelGonzales on 12/16/2010 at 1:49 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

what do the mexican police do to americans

1#=first-he or she broke the law

2#WE DO NOT WANT PEOPLE HERE WHO BREAK THE LAW

3#=if you do not like that =then let the games begin

american laws first

Posted by bernie yoksh sr on 12/16/2010 at 1:24 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

And the average American should be upset? For what reason? Illegals breaking our laws are overlooked and border agents breaking the law should be arrested? If illegals were arrested and deported like they are supposed to, there would be very few accusations of agent abuse. How many illegals atre carrying guns and drugs? If you say "zero" you are totally ignorant.

Posted by Jerry on 12/16/2010 at 1:11 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

The killing of the border patrol agent is a legitimate cause of concern for his family and fellow agents. However, an apple is not an orange. The treatment of detained individuals in the U.S. by federal authorities should be a concern for those who claim to support our Constitutional form of government. There are no licenses to abuse and torture based upon violations of civil laws. Additionally, as a Christian, I cannot support the abuse and torture that has been documented in court records and other sources. Border security - yes. Border torture - no.

Posted by Tony KC2 on 12/16/2010 at 12:22 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

this is horrible and unexcusable. If this was an American would our reactions be the same. I know we have pows in afgan and detainees in Iran. Would we as Americans handle this the same way if it was one of our own. this makes us hipocrites. Something should be done about this. It is abuse of power

Posted by Tammy on 12/16/2010 at 12:16 PM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

And the graphic that accompanies this article is downright dispicable, both the artist and writer producing content on par with the idealistic idiocy of a mind-warped college activist rather than a seasoned professional with an acute eye for facts amid the big picture. This is especially infuriating when considering that yet another border agent was murdered, and the true thugs roam north and south of the border, smuggling humans and drugs and delivering misery, while activist attorneys pridethe useful idiot revolutionaries of the brown pride take aim at our nation.

Posted by FidelGonzales on 12/16/2010 at 11:03 AM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Screw the mexicans!!! If they don't want to get abused, they should keep their illegal buts on their side of the fence! They all know by now (hopefully)that there is a LEGAL way to get in the U.S.A. I'm so tired of hearing about them. If you are an american citizen and break the law you are punished. I never read any articles from your paper whining about that. So please shut up about illegal immigrants! Instead of abuse they should shoot them!

Posted by mike ferrell on 12/16/2010 at 11:02 AM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

Sensationalism over substance. And there are at least a few hints within the story of the illegal being amid the least cooperative of detainees. Beyond the hard facts of this incident, which are not represented here, those virtuous civil rights attorneys would better serve humanity to venture south of the border to practice their craft, where civil rights remain at the mercy of the corrupt and truly criminal.

Posted by FidelGonzales on 12/16/2010 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

what do the mexican police do to americans 1#=first-he or she broke the law 2#WE DO NOT WANT PEOPLE HERE WHO BREAK THE LAW 3#=if you do not like that =then let the games begin american laws first

Posted by bernie yoksh sr on 12/16/2010 at 10:24 AM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

this is horrible and unexcusable. If this was an American would our reactions be the same. I know we have pows in afgan and detainees in Iran. Would we as Americans handle this the same way if it was one of our own. this makes us hipocrites. Something should be done about this. It is abuse of power

Posted by Tammy on 12/16/2010 at 9:16 AM

Re: “Feds bury Border Patrol abuses of immigrants, but what's been unearthed reveals a culture of cruelty

I mean, don't get me wrong, I am 100% against illegal immigration and realize it's a crime but Ryan's comments are spot on, just because you break a law, you deserve to get tortured to death? Use some common sense people, you may not like illegals for various reasons, but these are people as well! And yes I agree that we need to show how bad our troops are treated when they are captured so the sorry as* liberals will quit feeling sorry for these terrorists!

Posted by Dan on 12/16/2010 at 1:34 AM

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