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I went to a very infamous 7-11 convenience store in Falls Church, Va., yesterday afternoon. Behind me are day laborers, out of the shadows, waiting for a “willing employer” to come pick them up and ignore their immigration status. Lost in all the furor over the Bush amnesty abomination is a forgotten episode from 9/11 that exposed so starkly how open borders facilitate terrorism.

Today’s Vent connects the dots between the attack on the Pentagon, 9/11 and this neighborhood 7-11.

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Background here and here.

Lots of excellent new commentary at The Immigration Blog from Juan Mann, David Orland, and Heather Mac Donald.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Immigration