Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Ben Quayle Leads on Border Security

Ben Quayle talks with an Arizona rancher about the southwest border problem.

Dear Friends,
As violence and drug trafficking in Mexico continue to escalate and spill over into Arizona, border security is more critical than ever. The southern border is under unprecedented stress and the Obama administration is backtracking on security enforcement.

It has been over a month since the Mexican presidential election and the policies and plans of new Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto suggest that he will not emphasize stopping drug shipments nor work to reduce the violence associated with the dangerous cartels. The gruesome acts of violence by the druglords, meant to intimidate citizens and often seen in gateway cities like Phoenix and Tucson, will only cease to exist if we have strong conservative leaders in office, willing to combat the evil.

Obama and Pena Nieto may turn a blind eye to solving the border crisis, but Ben Quayle is the conservative voice fighting for border security and immigration enforcement.

Ben Quayle was the lead Republican sponsor of the successful Border Tunnel Prevention Act of 2012, which increases criminal penalties for constructing, financing, or using cross-border smuggling tunnels. He also sponsored a bill to provide U.S. Customs and Border Protection with access to federal lands to carry out certain security activities in the southwest border region.

The immigration enforcement advocacy group “Numbers USA” granted Ben Quayle an ‘A+’ grade, ranking him the highest in the Arizona delegation.

Ben Quayle is the trusted conservative fighting for Arizona’s interests and working hard to tackle the issues that Washington refuses to acknowledge. Join the campaign today to help keep Ben Quayle in Congress.

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