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Border fence… the two sides

20 May 2007






Jagaurundis, Ocelots, Tigrillos, Bears… and

Several nonprofit organizations and advocacy groups issued a statement this week calling for the Department of Homeland Security to “slow down” plans to construct 70 miles of fencing from Roma to Brownsville and consider the environmental consequences.

Minutemen or kitties? Who are the real scardy-cats?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Lorena Diaz de Leon permalink
    20 May 2007 10:42 am

    Thank you for remembering the wildlife that would inevitably suffer from the ridiculous idea of building a fence that would, for one, serve as a symbol of exclusion to the Mexicans—not to mention the increased danger it would pose to those that would still dare to cross the border—and, for two, it would halt migration patterns of innocent animals that would suffer from the changes in their environment, leading to the extinction of those native species

  2. 20 May 2007 7:49 pm

    Yes! Why isn’t this a bigger issue?

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