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3DHS / Re: Reagan Amnesty take II?
« on: September 17, 2017, 03:21:14 AM »
What we do know is
A)  its NOT the wall or funding for it
B)  can be completely reversed with an ensuing Democrat President

What we also know is
A)  will reward illegal crossing into our country, spearheading another mass wave, just like with Reagan
B)  will provide Democrats a massive influx of Government-needy voters

And you're ok with that?

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3DHS / Re: Reagan Amnesty take II?
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:02:32 PM »
But C.....with all due respect, I'm not one of those "many times" folks.  I always thought he could win the election, given who he was running against.  The reason he won the nomination is he made illegal immigration front and center to his campaign.  That issue alone sent him right up to the top of the GOP polling

It's not the only thing that people supported, in supporting Trump, but it s a HUGE reason he won.  And again, with all due respect, you're dodging the question/issue here.  I respect that you're a die-hard supporter of his, but what kind of a "deal" is this, where the democrats get everything they want, and Trump & the GOP get .... what exactly?.... "enhanced security measures"??  What the hell is that??   ???  And what stops the next Democrat President from reversing any of those measures??

He's trading his greatest leverage for......?.....a promise the Democrats will consider funding his wall, some other way??, at some other time??  And he's going to buy that once he relinquishes his best arm of leverage?  And in the process, millions of new illegal immigrants will swarm the border, while those already here, get a free pass......along with the parents who were illegally here to begin with

And you're ok with that??

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3DHS / Re: Reagan Amnesty take II?
« on: September 14, 2017, 01:39:43 PM »
uh oh, Cu4...... Trump appears to be throwing any shot at re-election out the window, if what is being rumored....by him included, is to be believed      >:(

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3DHS / Reagan Amnesty take II?
« on: September 13, 2017, 04:02:13 PM »
So....our Presidential deal maker, holding multiple bargaining cards, leading with DACA......apparently Democrat Legislators are close to closing a deal with the Trump Administration that will make DACA constitutional, via the legislative process........but where's the return??  I'm hearing there's no borderwall mandate

Last go around, the "deal" was Amnesty for a few million illiegal immigrants for the promise of improved border enforcement.  Anmesty went thru, but Democrats balked at seperate border enforcement legislation.  And the result of that "deal", was amnesty with no border enforcement

Is Trump taking us down the same road?

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3DHS / Re: "Tolerance"
« on: August 30, 2017, 01:15:05 PM »
Is it any wonder, that those preaching the need for tolerance are the least tolerant folk.

Let's take stock in the recent chain of hyper-intolerant groups.  Perhaps even give them a 1 - 10 score (most tolerant = 1, and least tolerant =10)

- College Campuses

- BLM

- Antifa

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3DHS / Re: people are starting to have doubts now
« on: August 07, 2017, 05:54:27 PM »
The problem we have in politics today, Kimba, especially in DC, is everything is now ideologically driven.  When folks like Schumer, head of the Senate Dems, make it publically clear their intention of fillibustering any Judicial nominee that isn't at the minimum an ideological moderate, where is the GOP to go?  For the history of this country, the President got to chose his appointtees.  If they had a failure of conduct, then they weren't supported.  But never was their a litmus test on ideolgy, that the Democrats introduced with Judge Bork.  And its steamrolled from there

Yes, the GOP has started to play that game now, but it seems always to be the Dems upping the ideology as the means to an end.  There is no willingness to compromise.  That's what Obama brought to the forefront.....his way, or the highway.  He didn't bother to try and find middle ground the way Bill Clinton did.  And the Democrats have embraced that tactic now.

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3DHS / Re: Oh Dear God let this come true! - Please Please Please!
« on: July 28, 2017, 10:28:49 AM »
The thing is Kimba.....if CA were to succeed, it would pretty much guarantee a long succession of Republican Presidents, as they take their boat load of electoral votes with them, that the Democrats bank on, every Presidential election cycle

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3DHS / Re: Oh Dear God let this come true! - Please Please Please!
« on: July 27, 2017, 04:28:00 AM »
While the rest of the blue states, like New York, scream NOOOOOOOO, you idiots!

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indeed

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3DHS / Re: GOP.....snatching defeat from the jaws of victory
« on: July 15, 2017, 02:31:59 PM »
Planned Parenthood  (sorry)

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3DHS / Re: GOP.....snatching defeat from the jaws of victory
« on: July 15, 2017, 04:15:06 AM »
If I understand the concepts of the potential legislation, pre-existing conditions are managed.  What is losing the moderate elements like Susan Collins, is that it doesn't fund PP

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3DHS / Re: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
« on: July 12, 2017, 07:43:46 PM »
Did you catch all the officers that turned their backs to him, at the service of the NY officer who was assasinated, while he chose to speak internationally against the policies of the current Administration?

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Here's where we can give H proper cudos....I'm confident he'd be raking Clinton over the coals as well, had she been elected.  To the same level as his vitriol aimed at Trump (or me, for that matter), hard to say.  But he is fairly universal in his condemnations. 

It's just that the current level of supposed "collusion" wouldn't even indict a ham sandwich.  Politically bad optics, perhaps, but that's all, while the still outstanding Clinton tray of corruption and DIRECT connections, to the Kremlin (and let's not forget the unfiltered recording of then President Obama promising how he could be far more "flexible" with the Russian Government, just preceding the 2012 elections), THAT apparently is all CNN approved, while the President's son meeting with a non Government Russian lawyer, preceding the 2016 elections......that''s simply unacceptable 

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....and for all the supposed "less than forthcoming" comments H throws at Trump, they were absolutely silent regarding the direct connections that Clinton, and the Clinton foundation had with all manner of Russian connections.  Add to that the Trump camp actually released the e-mail train involved, vs what the Clinton camp had done, in destroying all manner of e-mail chains....and bleach-bitting the servers....and physcially destryoing the blackberries.  But no, Trump is worse     ::)

The problen H has, is there was NOTHING illegal in simply meeting with a Russian lawyer, who he was told had some damaging stuff on Clinton.  When it was clear she didn't, end of meeting.  And even if she had.....IT STILL WASN'T COLLUSION WITH THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT.  Was the Clinton camp "colluding" with NBC in spearheading the release of Trump's testosterone-induced vulgar comments??  Both sides try to dig up dirt, wherever they can.  That's politics.

With whatever shortcoming Trump might have with the truth, there still is ZERO evidence of colluding between Trump & the Kremlin.  Did I mention ZERO, as in still a complete nothing burger?

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Nice civility......notice I never drop to that level.  All I'm saying is that Trump could be divine child of the Pope & George Washington, and the Democrats & Media would still be proclaiming his allegience to the Kremlim, minus of course, the continued zero evidence of such

 ::)

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