Sunday, June 3, 2012

Border Patrol Follies

The NYT reports on the effects, largely if not entirely negative, of increased border enforcement in Forks, Washington, out on the Olympic peninsula.

Last year, however, a Border Patrol agent based in Port Angeles testified before Congress that he and other agents there considered it a “black hole” with “no purpose, no mission.” The agent, Christian Sanchez, said his supervisors told him “to just drive” around the peninsula during his shift.
That flushing sound you hear is your tax dollars.

Hat tip: Ken Troske

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