Two U.S. Soldiers Stopped By Mexican Troops On U.S. Side Of The Border. This isn’t the first time armed Mexican troops have crossed the border. Build the wall.

According to officials, two soldiers were sitting in an unmarked vehicle north of the Rio Grande last week, when six Mexican troops approached with the guns drawn.

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Not so silent
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Not so silent

This has happened before, and we always pull back, Next time we need to shoot the motherF*ckers and teach them a lesson. Nothing more than probing the border looking for weak spots as any invasion force would.

MGAP
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MGAP

Yep. Everyone has gps now. Really no excuse for any confusion. A division of Marines celebrating a mad minute southerly would put an end to all this border nonsense without building a wall.

JPTravis
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The linked article has got to be just about the most uninformative article I’ve ever read. Isn’t the Rio Grande the border? So how could there be any confusion about which country they were in? I know rivers change beds constantly so if that’s the case, if the river has moved and the Rio Grande in that area is no longer the border, is it too much to ask for the writer of the article to clarify the issue? In other words, WHICH F***ING COUNTRY WERE THEY IN?

MGAP
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MGAP

I think the border ‘blurs” south of Nuevo Laredo. For the most part, it is the river.

whiskeyriver
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Nope. The border is the middle of the Rio Grande as it has been since the treaty of Guadelupe-Hildago was signed.

JPTravis
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Okay, so basic journalism would suggest you ascertain which side of the border they were on before publishing the story. Right? Am I being too fussy?

deepthinker
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deepthinker

The commanding officers need to be “standing before the man” and explaining why the hell there wasn’t a hard quick heavy response for this invasion and for the detention of these two US soldiers.