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  • Captain Trips
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    Originally posted by redrover View Post
    In 2013 Donald Trump attributed the government shut down to weak presidential leadership.
    Is that right ? What was that about ? Can you remind us ?

    Originally posted by redrover View Post
    This from a man who has displayed all the presidential leadership of a dung beetle.
    Like a dung beetle, he has lots of turds to roll.

    You have to give him credit, he's working with what he's got LOL

    Originally posted by redrover View Post
    Weakest president in American history.
    If you say so, I know you're the authority on such things.

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  • redrover
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    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

    Really ??

    Oh yes, we've addressed that plenty of times already.

    Your advice to read a little more widely applies to you too ...




    But the image of grizzled old people wandering in the desert is fun.

    I hate to say it again, but . .

    As I've said time & again, chuckie & nancy are losing this BIG TIME !

    They can lie, give dumb 'speeches,' look down their nose at us and tell us how smart they are and that they "know best."

    It's clear to most of America that they don't know anything.

    They're blinded, made fools by their hate for the current president.

    If you read a little more widely you would know that the vast majority of America is aware of the trouble democrats like nancy and chuckie are having.

    Their trouble is an aversion to reality and a weird obsession like hate for the current president.

    It's making them stupid.

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    A wide-ranging Economist/YouGov survey gauged the level of concern Americans have on the issue to find that only 7 percent of the overall public say illegal immigration is “not a problem”; 2 percent of Republicans, 7 percent of independents and even 12 percent of Democrats agree with the statement.

    Democrats are willing to grind our government to a halt. Just to prevent our border from being safe.

    Yet this poll proves only Democrats in Washington oppose Trump’s plan.

    Most Americans know that we need strong enforcement at the border. Not everyone might be on board with the wall.

    But you’ll find few Americans outside D.C. that want more border jumpers entering the country.

    This poll reveals the stunning truth. 93% of Americans know that they’re a huge problem.

    Without a strong border, our nation will cease to exist. The wall—be it steel or concrete—is needed to prevent a tidal wave of invaders.


    [ massive columns of invaders, called "caravans" are forming regularly these days. It's hard to miss ]

    Drug cartels and human smugglers hop the fence every day. Those “innocent” newcomers want to drain our country of taxpayer welfare dollars.

    Meanwhile, they endanger our communities and families.

    Enough is enough.

    Democrats don’t care about our jobs, families, or future. They only want to import more outsiders they can use for votes.

    The only solution is to kick the left to the curb and build the wall.


    https://buzzconservative.com/2019/01...pRAfFk9x2dZ2m8

    In 2013 Donald Trump attributed the government shut down to weak presidential leadership. This from a man who has displayed all the presidential leadership of a dung beetle. Weakest president in American history.

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  • Captain Trips
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    Originally posted by redrover View Post

    If you read a little more widely you would know that the vast majority of the illegals aren't wandering around in the desert like Moses.
    Really ??

    Oh yes, we've addressed that plenty of times already.

    Your advice to read a little more widely applies to you too ...


    Originally posted by redrover View Post
    But are coming in via air or highway.
    But the image of grizzled old people wandering in the desert is fun.

    I hate to say it again, but . .

    As I've said time & again, chuckie & nancy are losing this BIG TIME !

    They can lie, give dumb 'speeches,' look down their nose at us and tell us how smart they are and that they "know best."

    It's clear to most of America that they don't know anything.

    They're blinded, made fools by their hate for the current president.

    If you read a little more widely you would know that the vast majority of America is aware of the trouble democrats like nancy and chuckie are having.

    Their trouble is an aversion to reality and a weird obsession like hate for the current president.

    It's making them stupid.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    A wide-ranging Economist/YouGov survey gauged the level of concern Americans have on the issue to find that only 7 percent of the overall public say illegal immigration is “not a problem”; 2 percent of Republicans, 7 percent of independents and even 12 percent of Democrats agree with the statement.

    Democrats are willing to grind our government to a halt. Just to prevent our border from being safe.

    Yet this poll proves only Democrats in Washington oppose Trump’s plan.

    Most Americans know that we need strong enforcement at the border. Not everyone might be on board with the wall.

    But you’ll find few Americans outside D.C. that want more border jumpers entering the country.

    This poll reveals the stunning truth. 93% of Americans know that they’re a huge problem.

    Without a strong border, our nation will cease to exist. The wall—be it steel or concrete—is needed to prevent a tidal wave of invaders.


    [ massive columns of invaders, called "caravans" are forming regularly these days. It's hard to miss ]

    Drug cartels and human smugglers hop the fence every day. Those “innocent” newcomers want to drain our country of taxpayer welfare dollars.

    Meanwhile, they endanger our communities and families.

    Enough is enough.

    Democrats don’t care about our jobs, families, or future. They only want to import more outsiders they can use for votes.

    The only solution is to kick the left to the curb and build the wall.


    https://buzzconservative.com/2019/01...pRAfFk9x2dZ2m8


    Leave a comment:


  • redrover
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    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
    Cutting nancy, chuckie and their media accomplices to shreds as usual.

    Ann explains why America needs to quit playing stupid & fix its southern border.

    Permanently.

    With a wall.

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    All we're getting from the media on immigration is an avalanche of lies, neurotically repeated by people citing one another:

    Polls show Americans don't want a wall!

    We're a nation of immigrants!

    Immigrants commit less crime than the native born!

    Studies show: Black Americans are NOT hurt by illegal immigration.

    Every one of these claims is a lie, ....

    ...

    There are a million reasons we want a wall, but here are five:


    1) The Simpson-Mazzoli Act -- passed almost 30 years ago to the day Trump was elected president -- came with elaborate promises that it would put an end to illegal immigration. In fact, 30 to 40 million more illegals have poured into our country since then.

    2) Notwithstanding the vast number of illegal alien valedictorians, there are also criminals, drunk drivers, drug cartel members and desperately poor people consuming government services meant for the least among us and driving down the wages of our working class.

    3) We need a better method.

    4) Walls work. See Israel.

    5) If we don't get it done now, we never will. Trump is our last chance.

    ...

    Building a wall is kind of an obvious idea for protecting a border. Not only have walls been used from time immemorial to defend borders, but those precise three words have been used to describe what should happen at our specific border thousands of times before Trump used them, according to a quick Nexis search.

    The current DNC talking point against a wall is that it is a "medieval solution to a 21st-century problem!" Turn on MSNBC or CNN right now, and you'll hear someone saying it.

    So are wheels. Are Democrats taking tires off their cars?

    A roof is a medieval solution. How about Nancy Pelosi replace the one over her house with "new technology" -- like a drone! Drones won't keep anything out, but at least she can see what's coming in seconds before it drops on her head.

    Medievalism: 1; Pelosi: 0.


    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/20...html#read_more
    If you read a little more widely you would know that the vast majority of the illegals aren't wandering around in the desert like Moses. But are coming in via air or highway.

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  • redrover
    replied
    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
    Cutting nancy, chuckie and their media accomplices to shreds as usual.

    Ann explains why America needs to quit playing stupid & fix its southern border.

    Permanently.

    With a wall.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    All we're getting from the media on immigration is an avalanche of lies, neurotically repeated by people citing one another:

    Polls show Americans don't want a wall!

    We're a nation of immigrants!

    Immigrants commit less crime than the native born!

    Studies show: Black Americans are NOT hurt by illegal immigration.

    Every one of these claims is a lie, ....

    ...

    There are a million reasons we want a wall, but here are five:


    1) The Simpson-Mazzoli Act -- passed almost 30 years ago to the day Trump was elected president -- came with elaborate promises that it would put an end to illegal immigration. In fact, 30 to 40 million more illegals have poured into our country since then.

    2) Notwithstanding the vast number of illegal alien valedictorians, there are also criminals, drunk drivers, drug cartel members and desperately poor people consuming government services meant for the least among us and driving down the wages of our working class.

    3) We need a better method.

    4) Walls work. See Israel.

    5) If we don't get it done now, we never will. Trump is our last chance.

    ...

    Building a wall is kind of an obvious idea for protecting a border. Not only have walls been used from time immemorial to defend borders, but those precise three words have been used to describe what should happen at our specific border thousands of times before Trump used them, according to a quick Nexis search.

    The current DNC talking point against a wall is that it is a "medieval solution to a 21st-century problem!" Turn on MSNBC or CNN right now, and you'll hear someone saying it.

    So are wheels. Are Democrats taking tires off their cars?

    A roof is a medieval solution. How about Nancy Pelosi replace the one over her house with "new technology" -- like a drone! Drones won't keep anything out, but at least she can see what's coming in seconds before it drops on her head.

    Medievalism: 1; Pelosi: 0.


    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/20...html#read_more
    The 5.7 billion isn't enough to build the wall which means we will have to put up with this temper tantrum until 2021 when we are finally done with his nonsense..

    Leave a comment:


  • Captain Trips
    replied
    Cutting nancy, chuckie and their media accomplices to shreds as usual.

    Ann explains why America needs to quit playing stupid & fix its southern border.

    Permanently.

    With a wall.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    All we're getting from the media on immigration is an avalanche of lies, neurotically repeated by people citing one another:

    Polls show Americans don't want a wall!

    We're a nation of immigrants!

    Immigrants commit less crime than the native born!

    Studies show: Black Americans are NOT hurt by illegal immigration.

    Every one of these claims is a lie, ....

    ...

    There are a million reasons we want a wall, but here are five:


    1) The Simpson-Mazzoli Act -- passed almost 30 years ago to the day Trump was elected president -- came with elaborate promises that it would put an end to illegal immigration. In fact, 30 to 40 million more illegals have poured into our country since then.

    2) Notwithstanding the vast number of illegal alien valedictorians, there are also criminals, drunk drivers, drug cartel members and desperately poor people consuming government services meant for the least among us and driving down the wages of our working class.

    3) We need a better method.

    4) Walls work. See Israel.

    5) If we don't get it done now, we never will. Trump is our last chance.

    ...

    Building a wall is kind of an obvious idea for protecting a border. Not only have walls been used from time immemorial to defend borders, but those precise three words have been used to describe what should happen at our specific border thousands of times before Trump used them, according to a quick Nexis search.

    The current DNC talking point against a wall is that it is a "medieval solution to a 21st-century problem!" Turn on MSNBC or CNN right now, and you'll hear someone saying it.

    So are wheels. Are Democrats taking tires off their cars?

    A roof is a medieval solution. How about Nancy Pelosi replace the one over her house with "new technology" -- like a drone! Drones won't keep anything out, but at least she can see what's coming in seconds before it drops on her head.

    Medievalism: 1; Pelosi: 0.


    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/20...html#read_more

    Leave a comment:


  • DavidSF
    replied
    Originally posted by redrover View Post

    We don't need a wall what we need is a president.
    After 8 years of a megalomaniac, we finally have someone I terested in running the country...FOR FREE.

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  • Captain Trips
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    We do need a wall. Walls work.

    But,....

    They don't want to talk about it if it's truth that doesn't support their radical Eurosocialist dreams.

    They won't report it.

    Too bad for them.

    We're not in China where the government controls information access.

    You lose chuckie ! You lose nancy !


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    San Diego TV station: CNN declined our 'local view' because of reports on wall effectiveness

    "KUSI offered our own Dan Plante, who has reported dozens of times on the border, including one story from 2016 that was retweeted by former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, and posted on DrudgeReport.com," it continues while linking to a border fence tour report.

    "We believe CNN declined a report from KUSI because we informed them that most Border Patrol Agents we have spoken to told us the barrier does in fact work," it concludes.

    "We have continuously been told by Border Patrol Agents that the barrier along the Southern border helps prevent illegal entries, drugs, and weapons from entering the United States, and the numbers prove it."


    https://thehill.com/homenews/media/4...eports-on-wall

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    The numbers of people foolish enough to deny facts, because they hate the current president, isn't large enough for our scary pair, nancy & chuckie, to be effective.

    Sorry nancy, sorry chuck.

    But you lose !

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  • redrover
    replied
    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

    Sorry, the morticians chuckie and nancy are losing this one. They just aren't that smart.

    They haven't been able to think this one through.

    Hate has taken away their abilities to cogitate.

    In other words, they're stupid... and it shows !

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    The Democrats risibly claim they oppose a wall because it would be an inefficient use of federal funds – as if fiscal responsibility were even part of their passive vocabulary, let alone their active one.

    They insist that focusing on border enforcement is imprudent because most illegal immigration occurs from people overstaying their visas.

    Regardless of the accuracy of that claim, it is absurd to oppose border enforcement because it is only one important part of a series of necessary steps toward enforcement.

    Don’t think for a second that Democrats oppose a wall because it wouldn’t work. They do so precisely because it would work.

    I repeat: It is border security they oppose, as evidenced by their opposition to Kate’s Law, their reprehensible support for sanctuary cities, their callous disregard for criminal elements, in whatever percentages, illegally crossing our borders, their jaw-dropping opposition to the deportation of MS-13 gang members and other violent criminals, their demonization of ICE, their history of obstructing border enforcement, their secret affinity for open borders because increasing illegal immigration leads to an endless new supply of future Democratic voters, and their endless game-playing over a wall, including their gleeful eagerness to keep their precious federal government shut down just so they can demagogue the issue and humiliate Trump.

    One day the Democrats will pretend they earnestly support border enforcement, and the next Pelosi tells us that a wall would be immoral.

    She can’t have it both ways. Why would it be immoral for a sovereign nation to protect its border and its citizens? Why would a wall be immoral when other forms of border enforcement are not? Was it immoral when she and virtually all other Democratic Party leaders gave impassioned speeches in recent years stressing the imperative of border security and preventing illegal immigration?

    It’s time the Democrats were forced to justify their indefensible position on the wall. It’s heartbreaking that we’ve arrived at that point in our history when one of the nation’s two primary political parties is bearish on national sovereignty and the rule of law.

    Schumer and Pelosi keep childishly repeating the “Trump’s shutdown” mantra, thinking that Americans are too dense to understand that when a shutdown occurs, each side is contributing to the impasse.

    I think the Democrats are being too clever by half.

    The longer this fiasco continues the likelier average Americans will realize how nonessential many government services are to their lives and realize that contrary to the Democrats’ posturing, Trump has been far more flexible and reasonable than Democrats, and Democrats’ extremism will become increasingly evident.

    Trump has nothing to lose politically by holding firm and everything to lose by caving without Democrats meeting him halfway. Likewise, America has much to lose if Democrats prevail in their orchestrated charade.


    https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/hang-tou...-mr-president/
    We don't need a wall what we need is a president.

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  • Captain Trips
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    Sorry, the morticians chuckie and nancy are losing this one. They just aren't that smart.

    They haven't been able to think this one through.

    Hate has taken away their abilities to cogitate.

    In other words, they're stupid... and it shows !

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    The Democrats risibly claim they oppose a wall because it would be an inefficient use of federal funds – as if fiscal responsibility were even part of their passive vocabulary, let alone their active one.

    They insist that focusing on border enforcement is imprudent because most illegal immigration occurs from people overstaying their visas.

    Regardless of the accuracy of that claim, it is absurd to oppose border enforcement because it is only one important part of a series of necessary steps toward enforcement.

    Don’t think for a second that Democrats oppose a wall because it wouldn’t work. They do so precisely because it would work.

    I repeat: It is border security they oppose, as evidenced by their opposition to Kate’s Law, their reprehensible support for sanctuary cities, their callous disregard for criminal elements, in whatever percentages, illegally crossing our borders, their jaw-dropping opposition to the deportation of MS-13 gang members and other violent criminals, their demonization of ICE, their history of obstructing border enforcement, their secret affinity for open borders because increasing illegal immigration leads to an endless new supply of future Democratic voters, and their endless game-playing over a wall, including their gleeful eagerness to keep their precious federal government shut down just so they can demagogue the issue and humiliate Trump.

    One day the Democrats will pretend they earnestly support border enforcement, and the next Pelosi tells us that a wall would be immoral.

    She can’t have it both ways. Why would it be immoral for a sovereign nation to protect its border and its citizens? Why would a wall be immoral when other forms of border enforcement are not? Was it immoral when she and virtually all other Democratic Party leaders gave impassioned speeches in recent years stressing the imperative of border security and preventing illegal immigration?

    It’s time the Democrats were forced to justify their indefensible position on the wall. It’s heartbreaking that we’ve arrived at that point in our history when one of the nation’s two primary political parties is bearish on national sovereignty and the rule of law.

    Schumer and Pelosi keep childishly repeating the “Trump’s shutdown” mantra, thinking that Americans are too dense to understand that when a shutdown occurs, each side is contributing to the impasse.

    I think the Democrats are being too clever by half.

    The longer this fiasco continues the likelier average Americans will realize how nonessential many government services are to their lives and realize that contrary to the Democrats’ posturing, Trump has been far more flexible and reasonable than Democrats, and Democrats’ extremism will become increasingly evident.

    Trump has nothing to lose politically by holding firm and everything to lose by caving without Democrats meeting him halfway. Likewise, America has much to lose if Democrats prevail in their orchestrated charade.


    https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/hang-tou...-mr-president/

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  • redrover
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    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

    Hate make fools of people, look at how dumb the people of the KKK looked - STILL look.

    These democrats, nancy and chuck - did you see them last night give their 'speech' ? - have managed to make themselves look as stupid as the cloak & hood wearing KKK guys !

    And they are.

    You cannot compromise or negotiate with these types of dangerous fools.

    You can't !
    Yes you have to throw out the constitution and go full bull goose loony authoritarian. My guess is the Republicans will be the first to squeal uncle. The democrats say they don't negotiate with amoral hostage takers.Which means this shutdown could go on until 2021 when things return to normal and DJT is just a bad memory.

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  • Captain Trips
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    ..and while demorats or mediacrats pooh pooh and deny it, the truth is, we DO have terrorists coming into America from our open southern border.

    Proving that they're more focused on hating the president, rather than the lives & safety of the American people.

    President Trump MUST find ways around these wild-eyed, obstructing nut cases and get a barrier on our southern border!

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    Federal agents have caught terrorists on the southern frontier.

    True!

    Meet nine of them:

    Abdullah Omar Fidse walked across a bridge over the Rio Grande, from Reynosa, Mexico, to Hidalgo, Texas, in June 2008. He requested asylum, claiming to be a Somali refugee. While in custody for years as officials weighed his case, Fidse told another detainee that he supported al-Qaeda and al-Shabab. His cellphone memory card included the telephone number of Mohamed Suleiman, subsequently arrested for aiding a 2010 al-Shabab suicide-bomb attack in Uganda, which killed 70 soccer fans.

    Fidse eventually admitted to an undercover informant: “We are terrorists.” As the Center for Immigration Studies’ Todd Bensman reports, Fidse “believed all good Muslims must commit two acts of jihad a year.”

    U.S. officials scotched Fidse’s asylum claim, prosecuted him for lying to federal agents, and sent him to prison for eight years.

    ...

    Remember: Everyone mentioned here got caught. How many others successfully penetrated America? Where are they? What’s up their sleeves? Nobody knows.

    The borderphobic Left laughs this off as “only” nine terrorists. (Space constraints prevent discussion of at least three others; additional cases likely are classified.) But remember: “Only” one Islamic extremist in a truck murdered eight and injured 12 more on Manhattan’s West Side Highway in October 2017.


    Why let even one terrorist breach the border and leave his own bloody mark?


    https://www.newsmax.com/murdock/bord.../10/id/897674/

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    Why indeed ?

    So moronic liberals like our friend rover can laugh it off and pretend it's not a problem.

    ...unless & until someone in their family is killed.

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  • redrover
    replied
    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
    It IS a national emergency, it has been for long enough.

    It's time for someone to DO something about it.

    We KNOW we won't get any action from 'politicians,' and we know the demedia, or medocrats ( democrats and media are part of the same cancer ) will obstruct it.

    They arrogantly look down their noses at the people of America and suggest that only fools believe we have a serious problem on our southern border.

    But the facts are the facts and .. the facts are that we have a serious problem on our southern border.

    The facts are easy to find and see, only a few fools aren't aware of what's been happening. Thanks to the new information age, it's impossible for frauds to sell snake oil anymore.

    We need a barrier on that border, only fools say we don't.

    Democrats used to be for it, before they were against it ! These people..

    .. they expect us to take them seriously ??

    All their easy to find statements, speeches and votes for barriers, walls, better security !

    Now because they hate a man, the president, they're willing to sacrifice peoples lives to impede.

    "The news" every evening is hyperventilating about all these poor "government workers" who aren't getting paid.

    They obviously think the people of America will worry about this compared to massive "caravans" forming regularly in South American countries and marching toward our border !?!?

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    Democrats were once in favor of border security, too.

    Many, including Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, voted for the Secure Fence Act of 2006.

    This provided for, "Operational control over the entire international land and maritime borders of the United States."

    Now, because it's 2019 and Trump is president, Democrats are conveniently against border security.

    This is a common theme of Democrats, frequently for something before they are against it. Remember John Kerry and the Iraq War?


    https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._the_wall.html


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    Full Text of President Trump's Border Speech

    https://www.newsmax.com/politics/tru.../08/id/897403/




    I think more than a wall we need a roof. Chicken Little says the sky is falling and let's shut down the government until we get it.We could always divert funds away from relief for Puerto Rico for a use it for the roof.

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  • Captain Trips
    replied
    It IS a national emergency, it has been for long enough.

    It's time for someone to DO something about it.

    We KNOW we won't get any action from 'politicians,' and we know the demedia, or medocrats ( democrats and media are part of the same cancer ) will obstruct it.

    They arrogantly look down their noses at the people of America and suggest that only fools believe we have a serious problem on our southern border.

    But the facts are the facts and .. the facts are that we have a serious problem on our southern border.

    The facts are easy to find and see, only a few fools aren't aware of what's been happening. Thanks to the new information age, it's impossible for frauds to sell snake oil anymore.

    We need a barrier on that border, only fools say we don't.

    Democrats used to be for it, before they were against it ! These people..

    .. they expect us to take them seriously ??

    All their easy to find statements, speeches and votes for barriers, walls, better security !

    Now because they hate a man, the president, they're willing to sacrifice peoples lives to impede.

    "The news" every evening is hyperventilating about all these poor "government workers" who aren't getting paid.

    They obviously think the people of America will worry about this compared to massive "caravans" forming regularly in South American countries and marching toward our border !?!?

    ================================================== ========================================

    Democrats were once in favor of border security, too.

    Many, including Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, voted for the Secure Fence Act of 2006.

    This provided for, "Operational control over the entire international land and maritime borders of the United States."

    Now, because it's 2019 and Trump is president, Democrats are conveniently against border security.

    This is a common theme of Democrats, frequently for something before they are against it. Remember John Kerry and the Iraq War?


    https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._the_wall.html


    ================================================== =========================================

    Full Text of President Trump's Border Speech

    https://www.newsmax.com/politics/tru.../08/id/897403/





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  • DavidSF
    replied
    Originally posted by redrover View Post

    Trump has good advice for the 800 thpousand government workers who are not getting paid/ "When the bills come in do what I do just don't pay them stiff your creditors."
    What evidence do you have that Trump doesn’t pay his bills?

    yeah, that’s what I thought, Goof.

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