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    59% Blame Obama For Flood Of Child Border Crossings





    "The poll found that 59% of those closely following the immigration crisis agree that "current administration policies and lack of focus on securing the border" are behind the human tide of illegal crossings. Six in 10 say that the children should be ordered to leave the country. (The survey found that 73% of Americans are following this story closely.)"


    http://news.investors.com/ibd-editor...oll.htm?p=full

    I say Ship.Them.Home. Now.

  • #2
    Yeah, we didn't have any immigration issues before Obama was elected.

    It is a tough issue and stupid reactionary responses aren't going to solve it.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Baaahb View Post
      Yeah, we didn't have any immigration issues before Obama was elected.

      It is a tough issue and stupid reactionary responses aren't going to solve it.
      Yeah....let's ponder it some more.
      "I'm totally talking out my ass"………….riser3

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      • #4
        Let me run my own poll first...

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        • #5
          They must go home.....Feel bad saying that...but....the borders have to be sealed and Bama Lama isn't gonna do it....All the pigs in Washington should follow them....Right and left especially....TM

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          • #6
            Wait, we are shipping guns one way and getting children back. Woah, that's a neat trick, make 'em orphans and then they try to connect with their surviving relatives here.

            Do not send them back, turn them over to their relatives or, if need be, parcel them out as adoptees to those families taking the injunction to "suffer the little children" as a commandment.
            Go for adventure, take pix, but make certain to bring'em back alive!

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            • #7
              well besides the fact that the law that kids seized at the border are returned to a guardian was signed into law during the second Bush administration, it's all Barry's fault; also, let's consider fact that there is no immigration reform because Cantor got his ass handed to him by a tea tard, that the t tard party didn't back, but yeah, definitely Barry's fault. carry on...
              Last edited by noip; 3 July 2014, 10:24 AM.

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              • #8
                It's Reagan's fault.

                He had the opportunity to set the precedent that people entering the country without going through proper channels be deported. Instead he gave amnesty to everyone who was already here. So, duh, the net result is everyone realized all you need to do is get in, survive and assimilate for awhile and you'll be okay.

                There is zero point in shipping anyone back if you can't control the flow coming in. The current crop of criminals in the District of Corruption has made it clear they do not intend to stop the flow. The only thing the current admin has done differntly is to add fuel to the fire by doing whatever they can to increase the flow. It's a pretty stupid question to even ask if we lack the backbone to secure the border which we could do if we stopped spending blood and money to mess with the muslims. Talk about kicking a hornets nest.

                ain't no turn like tele!

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                • #9
                  Now if only we could have a problem with too many corporate profits flowing into the country. How do we get that revenue that belongs here?
                  "Nobody ever got my name right." - Me

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by riser3 View Post
                    Now if only we could have a problem with too many corporate profits flowing into the country. How do we get that revenue that belongs here?
                    Stop taxing the piss out of small business. Screw the corporate profits. Let the small guy make a profit and you'll see America renew herself. Otherwise....

                    ain't no turn like tele!

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                    • #11
                      One must bear in mind that there are large businesses that want the cheap immigration labor, working behind the scenes to ensure that Washington only talks tough about securing the borders. This is not a liberal vs. conservative or Dem vs. Rep issue.

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                      • #12
                        Right on, Laura!!!

                        Ingraham: Time for Mass Deportations 'by the Thousands,' End Birthright Citizenships

                        On Wednesday’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” conservative talker Laura Ingraham made a bold call on how to confront problem of immigration in the United States, in particular regarding the flow of illegal aliens through the U.S. southern border.

                        Ingraham laid out her plan to host Bill O’Reilly, which included mass deportations, cutting off of foreign aid to offending nations and the end of the “anchor baby” phenomenon which some say has been caused by birthright citizenship.

                        Partial transcript as follows:

                        INGRAHAM: OK. First thing you do is start deporting people not by the hundreds, not by the dozens -- by the thousands. And that means entire families. Not just a father, a mother. But we keep families unified by deporting all people who are here illegally number one.

                        O’REILLY: Wait, logistically who gets deported? Do you go door to door? Do you search them out?

                        INGRAHAM: Wherever we find people who are not supposed to be in this country legally, those people have to go back to their home country. But families should be sent together.

                        O’REILLY: Do you have an active federal police force seeking them out?

                        INGRAHAM: The way if used to work, Bill, and the way Eisenhower did it is federal, state and local, they worked all together. They didn't demonize each other. They didn't oppose one another. They all work together for the common good much the country. I think it can happen again. It will be really positive. We are not picking and choosing. Where we find illegal aliens they have to go home. Keep families together that's number one.

                        O’REILLY: Mass deportations, that’s number one. What’s number two?

                        INGRAHAM: Thousands not hundreds. Number two, we have to stop visas and stop foreign aid to country who is will not repatriate the citizens of those countries that left and came to our country illegally.

                        We’re saying this of Guatemala, Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, some of these South American countries. If they don’t agree to repatriate their citizens back home and stop sending signals implicitly, explicitly that people should come here, then they get no more foreign aid. We stop all visas from those countries from coming in. This is a crisis, and we have to deal with it in a serious way.

                        Number three, there has to be an end to this thing called birthright citizenship. Some people call it anchor babies. It’s not required by our Constitution. It does not require a constitutional amendment. Harry Reid was for this about 15, 16 years ago. He went on the Senate floor proclaimed that we should end birthright citizenship. So that should go. We also should have severe penalties in place that are enforced, Bill, against employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants who undercut the American worker and the legal immigrants who want to earn a decent wage. Severe civil penalties. If they have to be criminal penalties for successive violations, we have to do that.

                        I think [Charles] Krauthammer is right. We need a wall and/or a fence in the places along the border that is practical. We have to absolutely have that in place.

                        I think no welfare for households that house illegal aliens. That’s a big magnet -- food stamps, disability, obviously the concern about ObamaCare. That's critical. We also have to make sure that bank accounts, housing, people who can rent houses, if you're in the country illegally, why are you allowed to enter into a rental agreement to live in this country? That should not be allowed.

                        There are a lot of common sense steps that we can take that take the magnet away. We enforce the border with the national guard. We work with border states at a federal level. We don't time lawsuits against border states when they actually want to enforce the border. I think those are some common sense steps.

                        http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-T...t-Citizenships

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                        • #13
                          Some Native Americans would urge taking this approach a few steps further.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Baaahb View Post
                            One must bear in mind that there are large businesses that want the cheap immigration labor, working behind the scenes to ensure that Washington only talks tough about securing the borders. This is not a liberal vs. conservative or Dem vs. Rep issue.
                            The chamber of commerce is very pro immigration reform. most big business wants a stable supply of immigrant workers and is not working behind the scenes to torpedo reform

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by noip View Post
                              The chamber of commerce is very pro immigration reform. most big business wants a stable supply of immigrant workers and is not working behind the scenes to torpedo reform
                              But wouldn't it be cheaper for them to employ illegals at a lower wage and then factor in some $$$ for bribes and fines?
                              "Nobody ever got my name right." - Me

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