Yes, this is another dispatch from the war zone along the Mexican border (where I live in El Paso, rigth across from Juarez, Mexico--a stone's throw, or bullet lpath, away).
This story--from events over the weekend, but still making news today in El Paso--is beyond belief. I thought things were bad when the El Paso City Hall was splattered with bullets from a firefight across the river. But this weekend El Paso police SHUT DOWN part of downtown El Paso because of flying bullets from a gun battle in a house on a hill in Juarez--a gun battle that evidently lsted 30 minutes and illed at least three people in Juarez. No one was--a matter of luck--killed in El Paso, although there are reports that a shattered car windown may have been from a bullet. It is evidently estimated (no, they can't know) that about 50 bullets came over the border into downtown El Paso.
And Obama has the GALL to tell me it is SAFER along the border. The man is a piece of work. I have lived in the El Paso area of the Southwest for approximately 50 years. At NO time, during that entire perid, do I remember this kin of thing happening. I think the last time anything close to it heppended were in the days of Pancho Villa.