ICE reassigns agents

American citizens have at least a thousand reasons to distrust Bush’s “reforms”

The Washington Times reports that the Bush administration has reassigned nearly 1,000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents whose primary duties were border security.

Texas Republican Congressman, Ted Poe, an outspoken critic of lax immigration enforcement, said resources need to be allocated to ensure the removal of criminal illegal aliens from the U.S.

“It lacks wisdom to take 20 percent of your work force who know how to deal with criminal detainees — experienced officers — and make grapefruit inspectors out of them,” Rep.. Poe said.

This serious matter is getting the cold-shoulder treatment by the mainstream media. Here is another source reporting on this distressing situation.

As we approach the sixth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 horrific assault on our homeland, the administration’s actions raise valid questions.

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