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Funding of border militia groups in the US: Should public funds go toward aiding border militia groups in the US to stem illegal immigration?

Funding of border militia groups in the US: Should public funds go toward aiding border militia groups in the US to stem illegal immigration?
  • Our country is governed by the people.

    Since when was upholding the Constitution and laws of our state and country not the responsibility of ever American? Centralizing such power to a select few (US government) has been the cause of the rise of tyranny and corruption, and is now blatantly demonstrated not in their outright refusal to protect our borders, our sovereignty and enforce those laws, but infact doing everything it can to subvert those laws and intentionally destabilize the country. It's about time the people starting taking their country back.

  • Border Patrol a necessary, legal division of the United States Government

    This
    is a loaded question. The United States Government does not fund ‘militia
    groups’ within its borders. The Border Patrol has federal funding and the
    latest technology to limit terrorist infiltration, illegal immigration, and the
    smuggling of illegal substances into its borders. Illegal immigration has
    limited the United States ability to recover due to billions lost in jobs and
    wages, insurance fraud, and medical care. If the separate and legal authority
    was not on the Border Patrol, then the United States Army would perform the
    job, with a lot more casualties as a result.

  • Militia groups should not receive public funds.

    Militia groups act according to their own agendas, not those of the public at large. They take it upon themselves to exercise law whenever and however they see fit. Because the majority of the voting public may not agree with them, it is inappropriate to use public funds to further the interests of any militia group within the United States. It is akin to hiring mercenaries.


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