Pro-Border Patrol supporters in Sequim

Pro-Border Patrol supporters rallied in Sequim Saturday, March 7, 2009. The event was organized by the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. Over 100 attended waving placards and American flags.

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anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Mar 25 at 4:24 AM

One thing they R wrong about is "illegal alliance" being supported by the government. Most "illegal alliance" pay taxes of their checks, & at the end of the year they don't get to claim that money back, who do you think get to keeps it?

Craig says ... on Tuesday, Mar 17 at 10:25 PM

Maybe people in Port Townsend failed grade school geography. We have a water border with Canada, were we busted a boat bringing about 200 lbs of BC bud into Port Townsend, priot to 9/11. Ignorance will get you and me killed. Wake up America!

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Mar 12 at 3:17 PM

Natziz of 2009

Charlie says ... on Thursday, Mar 12 at 12:36 PM

is telling me this. He's from California. I guess the MCDC not only have a problem with the 4th amendment but also the 1st. Maybe they should try to take away their 2nd, since they don't care about the rest of them.

Charlie says ... on Thursday, Mar 12 at 12:34 PM

Hal Washburn, the MCDC vetting officer told me to move out of the border zone, if I didn't like the check points. The so called border zone is the entire state of Washington. It's interesting that an idiot that's not even from this state,

phkna says ... on Wednesday, Mar 11 at 11:08 AM

supporting the border patrol doing their job at the border is a great thing but supporting them doing check-points away from the border is completely wrong.

MN says ... on Wednesday, Mar 11 at 9:20 AM

Nice to hear someone standing up for what's right.

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