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305 days ago.
by Kendall78
Tiredofit
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what is the imigration bill really about

The dems are seeking to legalize 11 to 20 million new voters to secure their power for the foreseeable future and turn red states blue

 
 

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Kendall78

Yes and you may protect your individual property within the law. But, that doesn't mean you hold any claim to the nation...just land.

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

I own property, and it is mine protected by law

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

I own a section of our country, and its not for sale but it does have value ask the sheriff's office

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

If you still disagree about "owning" the country. Go and tried to trade in your share of the country and tell us what you can get for it.

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

No..the American public does not own it. Research our Govt...it's called Republicanism. The whims of the individual...you...don't get to decide how laws work. And the analogy doesn't work because I doubt you think the illegals do anything to benefit the nation right? It's a bad analogy.

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

The American people don't own this country Kendall, please explain

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

Kendall the analogy is perfect, its about breaking the law and expecting to be rewarded.

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

@heywood- there was never a "true" nation. Not to mention there haven't been a dominating Native American presence in this part of the US in centuries.

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

Here is the cold hard truth of the matter. There are millions of illegals here in the US. They are NOT going anywhere. Why is that? What govt official is going to tell Joe Taxpayer that they are going to have to pony up more additional tax dollars to go out and get all these illegals? And don't give me that "we'll get them when they break other laws" crap. Either you want them out now or you don't have the will to do it at any means.

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

@Tiredofit- bad analogy...you can own a home but you do not own the nation.

Yes, our officials should support our laws. We should have better security at the borders. No, breaking "a" law does not make you out to be a criminal mastermind. You think that these people would break one of our laws they have no respect for any? When was the last time you broke the speed limit? Litter? Do you still respect the nation?

Posted 431 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

As a descendant of the true nation, you can all get out.

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

So Myth, if you come home and someone has broken into your home, did your dishes andowed your yard, would you be compelled to allow them to stay or would you call the cops?

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

So to ask a person illegally here to leave makes one an A hole in your mind Myth. We seem to forget that these people in question have broken the immigration law. They are criminals by definition. No one is talking about booting all brown people out of the country.

Posted 431 days ago.

mythravere

Also we have government officials who could care less about our laws and our Constitution. I present this comment as proof.

""I did not believe that as a member of that body that I should allow someone to make comments such as he was preparing to make that ultimately were just open rebellion against what the word of God has said and just open rebellion against God's law," Metcalfe said."

So not only did the "conservative" not show an ounce of respect for the tradition of Freedom of Speech. His comment constitutes an imposition of his personal religious belief on another person. He being an elected official and tasked with upholding the Constitution disregarded the establishment clause in regards to religion.

Posted 431 days ago.

mythravere

"If these Latinos come from such conservative backgrounds, why do they vote Dem in such high numbers?"

They sure as heck aint gonna vote for the a-holes trying to kick them out! WOW! It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out.

Say why did the pilgrims come over here? Why did our ancestors come over here?

Just take a look at Mexico. Can you blame them for leaving for a better life? Can you blame them for wanting to make money for their families?

Are you saying you wouldn't do the same for your family? When there is little hope people will do what it takes to take of their own.

You can't honestly kick of a person for that.

Our history is written by people doing just that. In the early days our ancestors came over here and TOOK what they wanted.

Just sayin.

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

If these Latinos come from such conservative backgrounds, do they vote Dem in such high numbers?

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

If someone broke in your house while you were on vacation but they mowed the yard, would you feel compelled to let them stay?

Posted 431 days ago.

Tiredofit

Conservative maybe but clearly they don't respect our laws or they wouldn't be here illegally. As soon as amnesty would pass, the dems would scream for full equality ie voting rights welfare healthcare etc. Now who do you think these new "immigrants" are going to side with?

Posted 431 days ago.

Kendall78

Keep in mind that most hispanic people come from very conservative backgrounds: Catholic, large families and blue collar. There is little to imply that they would vote on anything liberal. If the Republicans fail to get these potential voters over onto their side, then it is their fault.

Posted 432 days ago.

Tiredofit

The groundrules have been established, you cannot suppress the vote by asking for ID so what's to stop them for voting for handouts?

Posted 432 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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