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July 30, 2006

Illegal Aliens Bury Arizona in Garbage

Beautiful Southern Arizona is disappearing beneath mountains of garbage as a result of our government's outrageous refusal to get serious about defending the border with Mexico.

It's not enough for illegal aliens to thumb their noses at our laws by sneaking into the country. Apparently they feel compelled to demonstrate their contempt for the very land they are being allowed to colonize by strewing their trash across it.

From 2002 to 2005, 250,000 pounds of invaders' trash was cleaned up in Southern Arizona, without making a dent in the problem. Authorities estimate that invaders who were apprehended by the Border Patrol dropped 25 million pounds of garbage in the Arizona desert between July 1999 and June 2005. That estimate does not include garbage dropped by the majority of invaders who are not caught.

The accumulation of used toilet paper, human feces and rotting food that marks the trail of illegal immigrants is a health issue for those who live on or visit the land through which aliens invade. It also poses risks to livestock and wildlife.

It's estimated that the cost of environmental remediation for immigration-related damage in Southeast Arizona alone would come to $62.9 million dollars over five years. Hardest to clean up is the trash in formerly pristine wilderness areas. Authorities have had to resort to using helicopters and mules.

Naturally moonbats blame not the aliens who are raping our country, but the responsible few who have attempted to keep them out. Since border cities like Nogales have put up walls to defend themselves against the invasion, aliens are more likely to go out into wilderness areas. Carps Kat Rodriguez of Derechos Humanos,

If you were going to cities, you wouldn't need to carry three days' worth of food.

I knew it must be our fault somehow.

Making the mess Americans won't make.

Posted by Van Helsing at July 30, 2006 5:28 PM