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Old 10-11-2015, 06:51 AM
 
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Wasn't my point at all.
Ok, then what was it?
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Old 10-11-2015, 09:05 AM
 
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Yet you hate Trump. Why? If you want change, he is the only one talking about putting an end to illegal immigration and securing the border. Who else that is currently running is even talking about illegals (other than the ones who want amnesty)?

You talk about politicians on both sides of the aisle who are bought and paid for but Trump is not.

I hate whom- D.Trump? I think he is a lovely guy who is in the race because HE CAN and I just love him-- whether suited- as I mentioned in a post- he can hire the best of the best and be well informed and make great decisions- based on their counsel. His MOUTH however will not be appreciated overseas-
in any case he is NOT the president and can do nothing about current situations. NADA

Politicians who are bought and paid for are "in-house"- many have been there for umpteen years the president can say all he wants, as we see with Obama - any president-- BUT if congress sit on their big a++es and wont act---nothing moves.
what I don't NOT like about the T is simply his lose tongue- not necessarily all his ideas. no ways hate the man-
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Old 10-11-2015, 10:00 PM
 
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Ok, then what was it?
Just an appreciation for the info on the American (Know Nothing) Party. It was a short time in history and I always found it fascinating, and most people are not familiar. If you read my first response you'd see that I said it wasn't the same thing as illegal immigration today. Times and laws were different.
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Old 10-11-2015, 10:25 PM
 
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Annex Mexico, problems solved.
No, you are clueless, there is still Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras etc,etc that will flood though Mexico's (former??) southern border.
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Old 10-12-2015, 06:23 AM
 
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No, you are clueless, there is still Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras etc,etc that will flood though Mexico's (former??) southern border.
Good point because it isn't only Mexicans that are coming here illegally through our southern border but those from the above mentioned countries also.
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Old 10-12-2015, 06:45 AM
 
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It's not working, stop sticking up for a failure of an administration on this........
Gang Uses Deportation to Its Advantage to Flourish in U.S. - LA Times
In the last 12 years, U.S. immigration authorities have logged more than 50,000 deportations of immigrants with criminal records to Central America, including untold numbers of gang members like Cruz-Mendoza.
But a deportation policy aimed in part at breaking up a Los Angeles street gang has backfired and helped spread it across Central America and back into other parts of the United States. Newly organized cells in El Salvador have returned to establish strongholds in metropolitan Washington, D.C., and other U.S. cities. Prisons in El Salvador have become nerve centers, authorities say, where deported leaders from Los Angeles communicate with gang cliques across the United States.
Administration or the -cut government $$ -congress wahoos?
1.One of the problems is that “sanctuary city” localities refuse to turn immigrants over for deportation. At a tune of over 10K different requests from federal agents to hold illegal immigrants so the agents could pick up for deportation. DHS had to expend additional resources( $$) to locate, apprehend and remove criminal aliens who were released into the community, “These changes further contributed to decreased ICE removals.”
2-Homeland Security officials have repeatedly said they are funded to deport about 400,000 immigrants a year, which means they are well short of that target.

3-PS during the (continuing resolution) admin deportation comes to a screeching halt-- Federal agencies are disrupted during periods of reduced funding. With non-essential operations suspended, many agencies are forced to interrupt research projects, training programs, or other important functions. Its impact on day-to-day management can be severe, costing some employees the equivalent of several months' time.

Illegal immigration up, deportations down in 2014: Homeland Security - Washington Times

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Old 10-12-2015, 06:54 AM
 
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Administration or the -cut government $$ -congress wahoos?
1.One of the problems is that “sanctuary city” localities refuse to turn immigrants over for deportation. At a tune of over 10K different requests from federal agents to hold illegal immigrants so the agents could pick up for deportation. DHS had to expend additional resources( $$) to locate, apprehend and remove criminal aliens who were released into the community, “These changes further contributed to decreased ICE removals.”
2-Homeland Security officials have repeatedly said they are funded to deport about 400,000 immigrants a year, which means they are well short of that target.

3-PS during the (continuing resolution) admin deportation comes to a screeching halt-- Federal agencies are disrupted during periods of reduced funding. With non-essential operations suspended, many agencies are forced to interrupt research projects, training programs, or other important functions. Its impact on day-to-day management can be severe, costing some employees the equivalent of several months' time.

Illegal immigration up, deportations down in 2014: Homeland Security - Washington Times
Doesn't matter, Obama has instructed Homeland Security not to deport any illegal aliens unless they are "convicted" criminals anyway.
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Old 10-12-2015, 07:45 AM
 
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Doesn't matter, Obama has instructed Homeland Security not to deport any illegal aliens unless they are "convicted" criminals anyway.
Yes-- he did change his stance and deportations went on the offensive and only looked for criminals

Johnson spelled out that immigrants could be deported only if they had been convicted of crimes, not just arrested. And he specified that only people who had crossed the border since January 2014 could be deported purely for an immigration violation, not someone who had been deported years earlier, reentered the country and lived a law-abiding life.
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Old 10-12-2015, 08:56 AM
 
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Yes-- he did change his stance and deportations went on the offensive and only looked for criminals

Johnson spelled out that immigrants could be deported only if they had been convicted of crimes, not just arrested. And he specified that only people who had crossed the border since January 2014 could be deported purely for an immigration violation, not someone who had been deported years earlier, reentered the country and lived a law-abiding life.
That's not what our immigration laws dictate. They do not prioritize or call for any certain type of illegal alien not to be deported. They are all to be deported when found. Re-entering our country after being deported is a felony! Law abiding life? How do you figure that when their first unlawful act was to violate our immigration laws and then either work by using a fake our stolen ID or working under the table evading taxes? Their lives are full of nothing but lies and law breaking not law abiding.

What Johnson are you speaking of???
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Old 10-12-2015, 09:42 AM
 
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The head of Homeland Security? I am just posting what was the last order- not giving opinions --

anyhow let's see who wins the presidency and what will be the final outcome to solve this problem -
Some of the brass in the forums- already getting upset with me =so time to be quiet again- I notice some folks use curse words and post all kinds of trash and attack people and they win the prizes --others- zip!

So chat soon --I am out--
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