Arizona In a State of Emergency
State Senator Sylvia Allen
November 29, 2011
The Arizona border remains under assault. This assault is not diminishing but increasing!
Just south of Arizona, Mexico is in a state of civil war.
The death toll in Mexico is more than 40,000 lives lost since 2006.
Only the Mexican military is able to maintain any semblance of order, and many within Mexico are now even openly questioning “for how long?”
In a recent exclusive interview with Newsmax, former Mexican President Vicente Fox said bluntly his nation was at “war” with drug cartels.
“Everybody’s trying to deny that we’re going through a war but that’s what it is.”
Arizona is in a State of Emergency.
If we want to protect our national and state sovereignty, we must secure our border and enforce our laws.
This is NOT a political move or call to action;
this is a call to declare a State of Emergency in Arizona to preserve our land, our citizens and their property, and our state sovereignty, with all the means afforded to us by the Constitution of the United States of America.
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