Thursday, September 28, 2006

Biologists Confirm: New Border Fence Will Also Protect Us From Jaguars

(*** Based on information from Michelle Malkin's Blog *****)

Although some environmental groups are protesting the building of the new fence along the United States and Mexican border, they were indeed able to confirm that it would probably protect Americans from jaguars.

Said Matt Skroch, a wildlife biologist and executive director of the
environmental non-profit group Sky Island Alliance in Tucson, Arizona.

"If they build it, we could really say goodbye to the future of jaguars in the United States," he added.

There has been some dispute among House Democrats if the War On Illegal Immigration has made or less or more safe from jaguars attacking our country.

Other biologists are concerned about some of the birds and how they would be affected by the 700 mile border fence. One environmentalist, who refused to be named, shared the following thought: "This (fence) could affect these poor birds very deeply and keep them out of our country. What are they supposed to do - fly?

RWD News will have updates as they become available.


At 5:46 PM, Anonymous Ron Rockstar said...

Those border jumpin' scumbag Jaguars can just go back, to the hell, from where they came from. If they are going to viciously attack folks they can just do it on their own damn side of the fence.


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