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by Ohwiseone
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Barack Obama Legacy

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Kendall78

Kun- you do realize that the reason we are not turning these kids away was policy enacted during the last administration right?

Posted 76 days ago.

moderation

kunec-I find it irresistible to ask you why you consider this situation to be of Barry's making?

Posted 76 days ago.

Kunectdots

moderation - So the inspired Obama reaction to a crisis of his making, is to pull ICE and DHS officials from middle America to help herd THESE CHILDREN on planes and buses to be deposited in communities around American that can neither afford or want them. Yeah, that sounds like a real humane solution to me. A fence and a strictly enforced policy of no admittance to the US without going through the proper procedures would surely be cheaper for America's taxpayers and end the human tidal wave of illegals. It just wouldn't permit the inundation of demand upon America's politico/economic system, which is what Mr. I'm Going To Transform America's ultimate goal. Get out your checkbook, your taxes will be going up because of this.

Posted 76 days ago.

moderation

I know you are 'lurking' out there,somewhere lts.(; Log in and say,hey!

Posted 77 days ago.

moderation

It would seem that dubya's legislation isn't being acknowledged by you, beright.And, just as a reminder, barry has significantly increased the numbers of border agents, as well as deportation numbers.The majority of these 'offenders' are mere children.Children!

Posted 77 days ago.

Kendall78

I also put the problem squarely on the shoulders of the states along the border. Many of the states with illegal immigration problems seem to have a strong "state rights" viewpoint but yet cower when it comes to enforcing their own border.

I've known Texans who brag up (foolishly) that Texas could leave the country due to some clause in their constitution or whatever. So big ol Texas...if you were independent...what would your excuse would you have for illegals then?

Posted 77 days ago.

Kendall78

"Drivers licenses and Benefits for all regardless"

I question the regardless part of that statement. Because unless we have border patrol people signing people up, shaking the people's hands and welcoming them...there are limits.

Posted 77 days ago.

Kendall78

"My only answer is, the person that can order it (Obama), doesn't want to. Again, how do you explain it?"

Just something about being President I guess. Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush and now Obama...all failures when it comes to the immigration issue. Every one of them could have secured the border but chose not to.

Posted 77 days ago.

moderation

You like to bundle,doncha beright?

Posted 77 days ago.

BeRight

The administration and Dems believe in the "legalization of illegals", IE Amnesty. Drivers licenses and Benefits for all regardless, funded by working taxpayers. I would say that changes the fabric.

We are a nation of immigrants. My family came from Europe. One big thing difference it that we had to make a stop at Ellis Island.

Posted 77 days ago.

moderation

Kunec- when you speak of the fabric of America being changed forever,what is the fabric that is being changed?

Posted 77 days ago.

moderation

Now that kind of project will require funding a bit greater than pocket change,kunec.How would that expense be offset?

Posted 77 days ago.

Kunectdots

Kendall - When you suggest that "the US can't deal with issues happening on our own continent", I find it irresistible to ask you why. Why can't the only remaining superpower on this planet (supposedly) live up to it's convictions, under it's own laws, and build as nearly impenetrable fence as possible on our southern border? My only answer is, the person that can order it (Obama), doesn't want to. Again, how do you explain it?

Posted 77 days ago.

Kendall78

Oh..there is a lot of corruption going on between the Panama Canal and our border.

Besides tightening up our own borders, it would serve us better to not focus on flexing our world power muscles and go back to flexing our regional muscle.

If the US can't deal with issues happening on our own continent, why should anyone think we can deal with issues on the other side of the world?

Posted 78 days ago.

BeRight

There is a little more in play here than meets the eye. Supposedly these “children and mothers” are walking across the border into the USA. And they are “fleeing” what is going on in Central America. So you want me to believe that they are all “walking” from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to Arizona?? 2000miles? And Mexico with some of the strictest immigration laws is allowing 100,00o to just walk through? I can hear it now, “let us go we are just passing through to the secure USA border”.

Posted 78 days ago.

Kendall78

The immigration crisis goes beyond the President or Congress. It helps if we look at the real reason all these Central American people are coming here and it isn't really about Obama's policies as much as it has to do with what's going on in Central America.

For all the talk and jabber from our politicians, nothing has really changed in the last few years, so why this sudden increase and what can we do as the regional power do about it? If anything that is.

Posted 78 days ago.

moderation

Kunec-of what fabric do you speak?

Posted 78 days ago.

moderation

Hey stick.i hope you have been well.

Posted 78 days ago.

stickhauler

Mod, really?

Posted 79 days ago.

moderation

kunec- What's a few more Catholics among friends?

Posted 80 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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