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Old 08-11-2018, 11:07 PM
 
Location: Houston
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Old 08-12-2018, 08:00 AM
 
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Wow the hate
 
Old 08-12-2018, 09:46 AM
 
Location: Houston
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Boycott? So now those illegals won't be earning money to feed their families? Good idea.
 
Old 08-12-2018, 09:57 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Hopelesscause View Post
And people like you are the reason Republicans will dominate this upcoming election. Whatever happened to respecting other people opinions? Whatever happened to a friendly discussion or agree to disagree?

The rest of America put up with your Obomo bull**** and virtual signaling for 8 years. Did they call you a racist when they don't agree with your views?

I can't wait to watch CNN and MSNBC on election night in November. The tears and moral victories they will be talking about will almost be as glorious as Trump winning the election.

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Old 08-12-2018, 09:57 AM
ptt
 
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While i disgree with almost everything the Trump administration have been doing but I believed that anyone have right to support anyone they please.

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Old 08-12-2018, 10:29 AM
 
Location: Houston
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I can understand why they would serve sessions but the tweet seemed like a bad business decision.
 
Old 08-12-2018, 10:31 AM
 
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Yes, God forbid, someone be polite and take a picture with the Attorney General of the United States. The horror.
 
Old 08-12-2018, 11:31 AM
 
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There are many issues on which people can disagree, but I think this administration has done some very hostile things to people who are struggling. That imho, is Trump's general strategy. Pick someone who is weak and who can't fully defend themselves and then attack them as if they are the aggressor. So he pretends that illegal immigrants are aggressing when in fact they're one of America's most law abiding demographics, all things considered. And with Sessions, it's just so cruel what he's advocated and enforced--totally unnecessary and cruel, so I do think it is understandable that people have strong reactions to him and to Trump's policies. It's not as if there can be "two sides" on morally axiomatic issues like the separating of parents from their children.

As to the boycott, though, I don't know. What does it accomplish? El Tiempo does have overpriced food and it is too greasy for my taste. Nevertheless, it employs a lot of people who are not really in any position to lose customers. These people are the ones who will suffer if a boycott is successfully mounted. The boycotters will be hurting the very people that Sessions has already put so much pressure on. These people will be getting it from both sides.

Overall though, I do wonder why Sessions would be eating at a Mexican restaurant in the first place. Is it to make a show actually "liking" Mexicans, even when everyone knows he does not? Doesn't make sense to me.
 
Old 08-12-2018, 11:53 AM
 
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^^^ Well for one, they are here "illegally"....therefore, they are breaking the law, and as the nation's Attorney General, he is in charge of enforcing the law. Your post is so full of crap, I can't even go on, pathetic really.
 
Old 08-12-2018, 12:04 PM
 
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There are many issues on which people can disagree, but I think this administration has done some very hostile things to people who are struggling. That imho, is Trump's general strategy. Pick someone who is weak and who can't fully defend themselves and then attack them as if they are the aggressor. So he pretends that illegal immigrants are aggressing when in fact they're one of America's most law abiding demographics, all things considered. And with Sessions, it's just so cruel what he's advocated and enforced--totally unnecessary and cruel, so I do think it is understandable that people have strong reactions to him and to Trump's policies. It's not as if there can be "two sides" on morally axiomatic issues like the separating of parents from their children.

As to the boycott, though, I don't know. What does it accomplish? El Tiempo does have overpriced food and it is too greasy for my taste. Nevertheless, it employs a lot of people who are not really in any position to lose customers. These people are the ones who will suffer if a boycott is successfully mounted. The boycotters will be hurting the very people that Sessions has already put so much pressure on. These people will be getting it from both sides.

Overall though, I do wonder why Sessions would be eating at a Mexican restaurant in the first place. Is it to make a show actually "liking" Mexicans, even when everyone knows he does not? Doesn't make sense to me.
You are stereotyping and virtual signaling. Just because he IS DOING HIS JOB to persecute illegal aliens that are here ILLEGALLY, does not mean he hates Mexicans. God forbid, we caught him eating a BURRITO, this Sessions is such a hypocrite.

What has the current administration done that are picking on weak and can't defend themselves? Frankly, he has done more for the black and Hispanic community in 1 year than the previous administration has done in 8. He helps get them a job and not giving them crumbs from government welfare that increase their dependency on public assistance.
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