Allicin C has as Much Allicin as 36 Cloves of Garlic in 1 Capsule!
* Nature's Antibiotic
* Cardio Health
* Lower Blood Pressure
* Increase Stamina
The border between North and South Korea is about 160 Miles long. It is also heavily defended by about 28,600 American troops, walls, guns, searchlights, etc.
"The Mexico – United States border ... runs from San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Baja California, in the west to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and Brownsville, Texas, in the east, and traverses a variety of terrains, ranging from major urban areas to inhospitable deserts. From the Gulf of Mexico it follows the course of the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte) to the border crossing at El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua; westward from that binational conurbation it crosses vast tracts of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Desert, the Colorado River Delta, westward to the binational conurbation of San Diego and Tijuana before reaching the Pacific Ocean.
The border's total length is 3,169 km (1,969 miles), according to figures given by the International Boundary and Water Commission. It is the most frequently crossed international border in the world, with about 250 million people crossings every year. (Source)
North Korea has about 238 United States soldiers per mile along its border, plus the South Korean army.
"Currently, the U.S. Border Patrol employs over 20,200 agents (as of the end of fiscal year 2009), who are specifically responsible for patrolling the 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian international land borders and 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico. Agents are assigned primarily to the Mexico–United States border, where they are assigned to control drug trafficking and illegal immigration. Patrols on horseback have made a comeback since smugglers have been pushed into the more remote mountainous regions, which are hard to cover with modern tracking strategies." (Source)
For those of you keeping score at home, that is about 2.5 INS Agents (soldiers) per mile. South Korea has 238 American soldiers per mile to defend its borders. We get 2.5 American soldiers per mile to defend ours. But wait, there's more! Obama has just committed an additional 1200 National Guard troops to border protection. This raises the number to 2.65 soldiers per mile. If only Arizona had the the same lobbyists as South Korea!
The United States Senate, which is supposed to be the one leading the charge for securing our borders, doesn't seem to be in any hurry to do so. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) held a press conference yesterday in which he stated that the Senate was in no hurry to get the job done:
Hatch and other GOP senators met Tuesday to discuss the immigration issue, along with others, in a face-to-face meeting with President Barack Obama. President Obama and Senate Republicans held a rare, private meeting to discuss what legislation can be achieved during this volatile election year.
Immigration was a key issue discussed in the meeting, which as times grew heated. The president prefers a comprehensive bill, but Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says "not this year."
"He indicated that he felt that you had to do the whole immigration bill," Hatch said, following the meeting. "I don't think you can do a whole immigration bill without first making clear that you're going to take care of the border first." (Source)
In another muddled response that leaves you scratching your head, Hatch basically stated that the Senate would not even consider a bill to secure our border with Mexico this year because of the political implications. Perhaps someone should remind Hatch that, as a sitting Senator, he is still permitted to submit bills to his fellow Senators. He doesn't need to raise his hand and ask permission from the Democratic majority.
If the Republicans, like Hatch, really wanted to stand for change, they would shove such a bill down the Democrats throats right before an election. It would guarantee huge gains for them and huge losses for the Democrats in November. By the way, any member of the Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas or California congressional delegations could submit such a bill. Whether they sit in the House or Senate.
Its called taking the high ground. It is also a sound political stand.
The only thing holding Hatch and others back is their compromise with the globalist bankers and their NWO allies. Hatch has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign donations from the International Bankers and other Globalist controlled interests. (Source) Hardly any of it coming from his home state of Utah. So, the people of Utah will get what they've paid for.
"I think the people in Arizona know that they can't use it for racial profiling. In fact, the bill basically says you can't racially profile," Hatch said.
Then the senator added, "Would this bill be good for Utah? I don't think so. I'd prefer us not having it."