Congressional Candidate Heroically Does Not Advocate Using Hidden Explosive Devices to Kill Would-Be Illegal Immigrants
Okay, so, there's good news and bad news.
The good news is that — despite what the words that he said with his mouth in front of thousands of radio listeners — New Mexico House candidate Tom Mullins is not in favor of putting deadly explosive devices under U.S. territory to kill or mutilate the bodies of potential dishwashers and hotel chambermaids seeking to enter the United States illegally.
The bad news is that it looks like the state of New Mexico will continue to go without its much needed landmine perimeter…
The Republican nominee for a New Mexico congressional seat suggested during a radio interview that the United States could place land mines along the Mexican border to secure the international boundary.
Asked Monday to clarify, Tom Mullins emphasized that he does not advocate doing so… He explained Monday it was a suggestion he'd heard while campaigning.
You see? It was just a suggestion that somebody suggested that he mentioned for no reason whatsoever.
Tags: House of Representatives, Immigration, Mexico, New Mexico, Republicans