Bush’s border fence destroys wilderness

The Independent
Completion of the 670-mile fence on the US-Mexican border would harm endangered species and ‘pristine wildlife habitats’, say environmentalists The Bush administration is pushing ahead with what critics say is a final act of environmental vandalism in casting aside more than 30 laws and regulations to complete a 670-mile stretch of fence along the US-Mexico border by the end of this year. More

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  1. I do not believe that fencing along our border will be of any real threat to wildlife. If it secures our border I am for it. The wildlife will simply have to stay on their side of the fence..

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