April 27, 2007

Nintendo Border Patrol

I guess this goes along with the "virtual arrests" and "virtual deportments."

Notice that while they promise they "will be able to identify, detect and classify more than 95 percent of illegal entries with the virtual wall," they say absolutely nothing about actually arresting anyone.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at April 27, 2007 07:47 AM

I don't understand the need for a camera. All you have to do is stand on the border and watch the people walking by. It is not as if they are that undercover about it. Instead of sensors, why not land mines?

Posted by: David Caskey at April 27, 2007 09:58 AM

Yingling's article raises serious questions about those we promote and their judgement due to the serious flaws in his understanding of both the military and the government. The military doesn't make policy nor does it dictate how, why, and where wars are waged. It doesn't even make the rules of engagement. If the general can gloss over these little things in such a cavalier manner one wonders if he could command a McDonalds much less soldiers.

The military didn't lose Vietnam our politicians and MSM and the same traitors we see and hear today did. And they have trotted out their dog and pony show once again. Remember the civil war canard the Left used in Vietnam?

Its sad to see people taken in by such tripe. The French military defeated the insurgents and were sold out by their politicians. We see a repeat of this today because politicians do not have the courage to serve and do not have the backbone to win. They do have the gall to send men to their deaths and then betray them for political gain.

A pox on them and their families.

Posted by: Thomas Jackson at April 30, 2007 10:59 PM