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Football: A Matter of National Security?
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PASADENA, Calif. — “US Customs and Border Protection secures the homeland by preventing the illegal entry of people and goods while facilitating legitimate travel and trade,” explains the Web site of the agency, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security. So why were CBP agents guarding the Rose Bowl yesterday?

This was one of several CBP vehicles deployed around the Rose Bowl. When I tried to take photos of the federal agents who accompanied the vehicles, their response was, “No photos allowed.” So this may be an illegal photo.

Don’t worry America: If the Mexican drug cartels plan to smuggle dope into the Rose Bowl, CPS will be ready for them — like the Alabama defense is ready for Colt McCoy.

Robert Stacy McCain
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