Republican Elites: You Can’t Secure The Border, You can’t Deport, You Can’t Stop Illegal Aliens,….

Charles Krauthammer and George Will continue to showcase their insane alignment with the DC Machine writ large.  You might think of them as pundits, until you realize their punditry is expressed alignment with the policy positions of: John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, George Pataki and Jim Gilmore.

Laura Ingraham scratches the surface on the “anchor baby” issue, but more directly frames the discussion around the larger picture of failed immigration enforcement which has led to the crisis.

We are in this ridiculous place because the ‘Beltway Betters‘ have failed to enforce existing law, failed to secure the border, failed to secure employment law and lied to the American people about their intents therein.

First Krauthammer:

Here’s George Will’s latest ‘high-horse’ nonsense:

[…] The GOP, formerly the party of Lincoln and ostensibly the party of liberty and limited government, is being defined by clamors for a mass roundup and deportation of millions of human beings. To will an end is to will the means for the end, so the Republican clamors are also for the requisite expansion of government’s size and coercive powers.

Most of Donald Trump’s normally loquacious rivals are swaggeringly eager to confront Vladimir Putin, but are too invertebrate — Lindsey Graham is an honorable exception — to voice robust disgust with Trump and the spirit of, the police measures necessary for, and the cruelties that would accompany, his policy. The policy is: “They’ve got to go.”

“They,” the approximately 11.3 million illegal immigrants (down from 12.2 million in 2007), have these attributes: Eighty-eight percent have been here at least five years. Of the 62 percent who have been here at least 10 years, about 45 percent own their own homes. About half have children who were born here and hence are citizens. Dara Lind of Vox reports that at least 4.5 million children who are citizens have at least one parent who is an illegal immigrant. (read more)

Even a disinterested observer will note how all of a sudden all things to do with illegal immigration are impossible to change.  The border wall is too costly;  illegal alien employment can’t be stopped; deportations are impossible; birthright citizenship is settled constitutional law etc.

The audacity of Will, Krauthammer and the Republicans they carry water for is stunning.

All of a sudden now that we have a candidate in Donald Trump who actually PLANS to do, what other candidates have only PROMISED to do, both Krauthammer and Will are reversing all of their prior pontifications. Proving, they, along with a host of others like McCain, Romney, Bush et al, never intended (or intend) to stop the illegal immigration flow – it was/is all just a ruse.

Trump is forcing all of these liars, schemers and manipulators into the sunlight. Fully exposed they have no option but to display their insufferable Robert-The-Bruce bloodlines.

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148 Responses to Republican Elites: You Can’t Secure The Border, You can’t Deport, You Can’t Stop Illegal Aliens,….

  1. Dan Schwartz says:

    How Eisenhower solved illegal border crossings from Mexico
    July 6th, 2006 | Christian Science Monitor

    …Fifty-three years ago, when newly elected Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America’s southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million illegal migrants had walked and waded northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond.

    President Eisenhower cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only 1,075 United States Border Patrol agents – less than one-tenth of today’s force. The operation is still highly praised among veterans of the Border Patrol.

    Although there is little to no record of this operation in Ike’s official papers, one piece of historic evidence indicates how he felt. In 1951, Ike wrote a letter to Sen. William Fulbright (D) of Arkansas. The senator had just proposed that a special commission be created by Congress to examine unethical conduct by government officials who accepted gifts and favors in exchange for special treatment of private individuals.

    General Eisenhower, who was gearing up for his run for the presidency, said “Amen” to Senator Fulbright’s proposal. He then quoted a report in The New York Times, highlighting one paragraph that said: “The rise in illegal border-crossing by Mexican ‘wetbacks’ to a current rate of more than 1,000,000 cases a year has been accompanied by a curious relaxation in ethical standards extending all the way from the farmer-exploiters of this contraband labor to the highest levels of the Federal Government.”

    Balance at: http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0706/p09s01-coop.html

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    • Lou says:

      Ike was one of our best Presidents of all time. I’d give first place to George Washington, second to Ike, and third to FDR (may not be popular on here, but he wasn’t elected 4 times for nothing.) I can’t say Trump is anything even close to Ike, but I like what he’s saying. I haven’t heard him talk about how he would control the immigration problem in South Florida. I’m really waiting for that before I jump on a bandwagon for him. We have a serious overpopulation problem here, and just the other day, someone took down all the English signs in Ikea while leaving the signs in Spanish up. it’s really out of control down here.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Taking down all the signs in English is more than a “microaggression”. It’s an obviously hostile, aggressive act. Yet when is a “newscaster” going discuss that obvious fact?

        I am in favor of English as the accepted common language of the U.S.A. ever since listening to a Sri Lankan student describing the civil war in her homeland (which began over a change from English to Sinhalese (effectively throwing about a quarter of the nation’s people out of government and out of work).

        I also think we should follow the example of the Latter-Day Saints and learn as many languages as fluently as possible. It’s good to be a polyglot! However, we need to have ONE unifying language that everyone can understand — and English is best for that.

        Spanish is beautiful, and so are lots of other languages, but that isn’t the point. The point is unity, ability to communicate and understand basic rules and commercial transactions.

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        • wakeupcall says:

          What we need is a national language which we do not have.

          English should be the only language used in America and required for everyone to learn and use. All official communications should be in English only with no non English allowed. period.

          It is all part to the U.N. Agenda 21 plan of nations without borders, One World Government, where the UN controls everything and everyone under the rules of Marxist Communism as they are the only ones who have the will to force everyone to obey or be eliminated proven by their history. Even the Papacy has expressed agreement to this agenda as has most all of our politicians and have stated so many times.
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          If people want to speak and use other languages they are free to do so for private communications.

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      • 2x4x8 says:

        I can’t say Trump is anything even close to Ike

        thats right because the east coast liberal establishment through their support behind Ike, much the same way they are doing it for Jeb Bush, and stiffing Mr Republican and real Conservative, Senator Robert Taft, who would be likened to Donald Trump

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_A._Taft

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        • Lou says:

          eh. If Ike was a lib, that’s fine. to me it’s just a label and doesn’t mean much. Ike was still our best more recent Presidents. General who authorized building up the Interstate system. he knew how to use our tax dollars. for me, it’s all about money management, and Ike was a master in my book. Being that he was a 5 star General has my ultimate respect. for me that’s important. nowadays, Politicians say “I appreciate your service” blah, blah. to me, Ike was a man of action. Second to None.

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          • 2x4x8 says:

            you can choose whatever you like, as Presidents go, Ike was alright, just informing folks of the circumstances and the different sides in the GOP, then and now

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          • wakeupcall says:

            Ike was the only president to actually pay off some of the nation debt.

            No other president has ever attempted to even try to pay some on the national debt.

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      • fred says:

        It’s easy to stop. No round ups.. nothing like that…. No more child tax credits for families not both citizens. They rake in up to6K a year on this…Yep 500/ month. Then stop welfare unless both parents are citizens. Billions saved. E verify enforced. Interior enforcement and deportations for those who recently sneaked across. Deport any felony immediately or gang member. No more birthright citizenship. No amnesty promises go through the process. No ID’s or voting. OK Mr. trump 80% of the problem solved. No babies dragged from their beds or families separated or any other Dem fantasies.

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        • No babies dragged from their beds or families separated or any other Dem fantasies.

          When you let them define the argument, you’ve pretty much lost. Why can’t we drag babies from their beds or separate families? We have no problem doing either of those when it comes to Americans.

          And the mass round up is a red herring. Just deport illegals as we find them, just like we arrest other criminals as we find them. 14 million a year in this country, and it doesn’t happen all at once via mass round ups. And no one says it can’t be done or we can’t do it because blah blah blah.

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      • upaces88 says:

        ​The bloated federal agency charged with feeding the poor—and er​adi​c​ating “food insecurity” in the U.S.—blew nearly $7 billion to provide “ineligible recipients” with the welfare benefit and there appears to be no end in sight to the fleecing.
        In fact, the agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), has for years violated a measure known as the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) that requires agencies to conduct annual risk assessments to identify programs that make “significant improper payments” of $10 million or more. Not only has the USDA violated IPERA in the last four years, it also refuses to implement a more efficient verification process before doling out benefits by asserting that it would “create barriers for families that need help.”

        ​​Last year the USDA made an astounding $6.9 billion of “improper payments,” according to a scathingreport made public this week by the agency’s inspector general. Two programs accounted for a chunk of the money that was wasted; food stamps, officially known as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to eliminate the stigma of welfare and the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) which cost American taxpayers a whopping $16 billion in 2014. Of the $6.9 billion in fraudulent payments made by the USDA, those two programs accounted for $4.2 billion. Thus, they have been coined “high-risk programs,” according to the USDA watchdog.
        The overwhelming majority of improper payments go to provide ineligible recipients with goods or services, the report confirms. This is par for the course at the USDA and the agency seems to have no intention of cleaning up its rolls. In fact, the agency goes out of its way to cover up wrongdoing in four of its most fraud-infested programs. “USDA is noncompliant with the improper payment requirements for a fourth consecutive year,” the report says. Not coincidentally, a separate probe conducted by the investigative arm of Congress, also found that the USDA needs to improve its verification process for program access. That report, also made public this week, focuses only on the National School Lunch Program, which is notorious for wasting millions of taxpayer dollars.

        ​​​​http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2015/05/u-s-gives-7-bil-in-food-benefits-to-ineligible-recipients/

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    • Christine says:

      @Schwartz: Ike was a Wall Street whore. Taft won the nomination, it was stolen by WStreet and Ike did their bidding. FDR was a Commie and a jew lover. Who was the other one? George Washington, okay. He was an actual warrior. Ike sat things out in London when our boys were getting slaughtered fighting a war for the jews who were the ultimate victors.

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      • mikayla825 says:

        What is wrong with being a “Jew lover”?

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        • Frank St. Clair says:

          The east coast republican establishment of the 50’s was a far different creature than that of today. Hell, JFK was nearly as far to the right as Reagan.

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      • tessa50 says:

        “fighting a war for the jews”

        We didn’t fight for the Jews, as you say. Although, maybe we should have. We fought because we were attacked. Over 6 million dead, but you call “the Jews” the ultimate victors. I don’t care if you don’t like Jewish people, but don’t say our soldiers were slaughtered fighting a war for them. If that were true, we would have been there long before.

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  2. ZurichMike says:

    George Will has jumped the shark. Big time. He can use all the stilted syntax and big words he wants — he is just a beltway bully with bowtie. He is connecting with no one except his clique of like-minded penny-loafered, pinch-faced, pearl-clutching ninnies. Epic fail.

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    • Chance says:

      Can’t believe he actually cites Vox as a legitimate source. For those who don’t know, Vox is a full-on leftist propaganda outlet that so leftist-agenda driven as to be laughable! Really George?

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      • Vox is a full-on leftist propaganda outlet

        Not surprising. Like I’ve said before, folks like Will, Kraut, and anyone else who supports being over run by illegal democrat invaders doesn’t disagree with anything democrats believe in, no matter how much they pretend otherwise.

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    • Mike says:

      Fox in general seems to be showing its true colors over Trump. Their credibility is going down in flames.

      Apparently they seem themselves as foxes for putative beauty, or silver foxes for sage commentary. I just see red foxes.

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    • franker01 says:

      I agree.
      The ability to make some kind of awkward adjective/adverb hybrid out of a word like “swagger” does not make one an intellectual.
      LOL

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    • canadacan says:

      What a great mental picture a Beltway bully with a bowtie jumping sharks

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  3. Concerned says:

    Am I supposed to feel sorry for people who entered the country illegally, set up shop, used taxpayer-funded resources, and thought they could stay?

    The housing market has rebounded. Let them sell their homes. Then they’ll have plenty of cash to buy homes when they return to their own countries

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    • dginga says:

      I was a banker for 35 years and I remember when the GOVERNMENT told us we could not use the fact that a mortgage applicant was in the country ILLEGALLY as a factor in making a credit decision. At the time I thought, “That’s ridiculous! I would think the fact that their are here illegally would make them an unacceptable risk for that reason alone, not to mention the potential for fraud and for default if they were deported, which they SHOULD BE!” Then FNMA and FHLMC told us we could (and should) approve loans where the borrowers purchasing the home are multiple unrelated parties, because among Hispanics – especially illegals – it is common for multiple families to live in the same house. Once again, forget about risk for the bank and responsible lending practices, as well as zoning ordinances in some of the areas where these people were buying homes, the borrowers had no business being in the country IN THE FIRST PLACE!!! So now the politicians and pundits in DC want to pretend that the fact that illegal aliens now own homes makes them impossible to deport??? The politicians set up these situations in the first place, then use those situations as their reason for not doing their darn jobs!

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      • waltherppk says:

        Where does the repo man go to get back the car …..Tijuana????

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      • waltherppk says:

        Which of the 3 dozen residents in the 2 bedroom home will be recipient of the foreclosure notice???? Will it be printed in English, Spanish, or whatever ????

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        • Arkindole says:

          The answers are yes to all of the above. It’s almost comical to look at the lis pendens and foreclosures/evictions filed in FL–one or two back pages with “any and all residents/occupants” yada yada. Anyone known or remotely suspected is on there. Probably the same elsewhere.

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      • Don’t forget about Bank of America,, Bank of America ran a program starting in 2007 offering Checking & credit cards to customers lacking Social Security numbers.

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      • Sam says:

        Our economy gets housing crashes out of wrongheaded policies like this. Not only do buyers who had no business buying houses they couldn’t afford have their homes repossessed, but we the taxpayers end up stuck with the bill. Most of those no credit checks and very low interest rates are backed by the US government, in other words, we the taxpayers.

        People forget that the government has no money except what it can tax and what it can borrow.

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    • Lea says:

      LIKE! (like thingy not working)

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  4. Craig Gordon says:

    Krauthammer stuttering a bit more than usual trying to defend against Ingrahams argument.

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  5. Christine says:

    These people including Laura Ingraham are in positions where they have held an irresponsible despotism discussing issues totally important to us and declaring how we should feel about them with that Krauthammer guy declaring “what is the issue.” The “issue” for me is their despotic control over what we should think and who we should vote for. May we tear them down finally, using Trump as one of the means to do so.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      And so it shall be done.
      It happened debate night.
      They took themselves out.
      Blink and you missed it.

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      • Christine says:

        @TwoLane, I saw the debate and I saw what looked like their imminent destruction but they are still there in their despotic perches. They are not finished with us yet. This enemy will be tough to rip apart. It seems like Trump has them on the ropes momentarily. Can he deliver the knockout? Or maybe it is up to us and Trump is merely one of the ways. Just thinkin.

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    • belle says:

      So true. FNC showed their true colors debate night. And yes, I feel betrayed by what I thought were like minded individuals and patriots, I am thankful I saw the light. I won’t be fooled again! Go Trump!

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  6. aprilyn43 says:

    The Republican Elites are in reality “Purple” Democrats; between the two there are few differences.
    Trump needs to run without the Republican Party. I know there will be those they say this would be a suicidal move, but think about it, the Purple Republicans would rather lose the presidency in this election than allow Trump to win. Trump’s winning, just like the Tea Party is something the Purple Republicans can’t allow.

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  7. Pops says:

    Slightly off topic, but it does still concern Trump. Cruz has some explaining to do:

    Although Mr. Cruz has declined to criticize Mr. Trump, the senator’s campaign manager sniffed at Mr. Trump’s much larger crowd in Mobile, Ala., on Friday night. “I’d take these 2,500 people over 12,000 in a football stadium in Alabama any day,” the campaign manager, Jeff Roe, said in an interview outside the ballroom where Mr. Cruz spoke. “These people are coming to be part of a movement,” he added. Mr. Trump’s admirers, he said, “are going to be part of a show.”

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    • BenY says:

      That’s disappointing. Perhaops if Cruz ran more like Patton instead of “pastor in chief” he’d be higher in the polls.

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    • Obomination says:

      Not surprised at all.

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    • oldschool64 says:

      Good Lord, doesn’t this idiot Roe understand that Cruz is trying to draw from the same pool of voters that Trump is? This guy worked on the Perry ’12 presidential campaign and also for the guy Cruz beat in the 2012 senate primaries.

      Cruz needs to tell this guy to go kick rocks!

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    • Dixie says:

      that was a tacky comment and unfortunately, it will reflect on Ted Cruz. Guess Mr. Roe felt he should join the GOPe in tramping on Trump. Makes one wonder if the campaign employees are part of the establishment. If so, Cruz better get them straightened out or he’s toast. IMHO.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      Sadly, it is my opinion that while Cruz stays above the fray, his campaign operatives and supporters are in full-on attack mode to take Trump out thinking Trump’s supporters will then go to Cruz.

      Cruz comes out smelling like roses since he doesn’t appear to be doing the dirty work.

      I simply do NOT trust Cruz anymore.

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    • Sharon says:

      I think Jeff Roe needs to think before he speaks.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      Jeff Roe has quite the reputation in Missouri. It’s worth looking up.

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  8. emet says:

    Years ago immigration enforcement was held in check by nullifying the INS. Congress made certain that the Agency was grossly underfunded, the President made sure that the commissioner was basically a spineless fool. There were some topnotch officers in the Agency, but they were often reined in when they got to close to important people. S/A Joe Occhipinti, for example, who is the only Federal LEO ever imprisioned for civil rights violations. But after 911 and DHS, the funding flowed without end, and there are sufficient resources and expertise to enforce Title 8. Just need President Trump to turnon the green light.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Yes, amazing amounts of money poured down in torrents after 9/11 — but for what? Securing the border and managing illegal entry was one of the first, most obvious priorities. Why on earth didn’t they do anything to secure the borders? Suicidal tendencies? Why do we have suicidal leadership? There are lots of good suicide prevention programs out there. Why don’t we apply some of their knowledge to our government!!

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  9. stella says:

    Read the comments on the Will column. 99% of them agree with us.

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  10. Honest Abbey says:

    “Anchor Baby” is offensive ……. What’s next, the word CITIZEN because it’s offends the non-citizens aka illegal aliens? Oops! I forgot, Geraldo has declared “Illegal Aliens” as The most offensive racial slur

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    • waltherppk says:

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      • Concerned says:

        Wow. That’s a real movie! I initially thought it was a joke poster but nothing on it was funny. It’s a real movie that came out in 2010.

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        • waltherppk says:

          Yeah it is a real movie, maybe based on fictional characters, any resemblance to real persons is purely coincidental 😀

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        • wondering999 says:

          http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1666555/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_5
          “Storyline: Married illegal immigrant couple, Joyce (Omoni Oboli) and Paul Unanga (Sam Sarpong) have been ordered to be deported by the US immigration. They agree to leave; only after Joyce who is 5 months pregnant delivers her baby inside the US. This will guarantee automatic citizenship for their child. Later, Paul is caught and deported. Then, Joyce struggles on her own to accomplish their dream. Joyce, meets Susan Backley (Terri Oliver), a married freelance writer who offers to help her with free accommodation until her baby is born. Joyce accepts the offer. Now, with the help of Susan, Joyce sets out on the most daring journey of her life; to achieve the ‘American Dream’ for her unborn child. She will try by any means necessary. Written by Anonymous”

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Forget Heraldo, he is washed up lozer.

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      • franker01 says:

        I don’t know how many of you watch The Five but since Beckel was booted we have to put up with The Idiots Williams and Rivera.
        Neither know how to keep their big mouths shut when other people are talking.
        I’m starting to agree with people on here who are becoming increasingly critical of FNC.

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  11. waltherppk says:

    Illegal aliens by definition do not have a legal domicile in the United States

    There is an old and established common law rule that states a child at birth acquires the domicile of the parents.

    How old exactly is the common law rule I’m not sure, probably it is obscure and lost in antiquity, but the common law rule is that at birth a child acquires the SAME legal domicile as that of the natural parents. A possible exception I could see reasonable is a case where a child is born in a foreign jurisdiction and reaches the age of an adult in that same foreign jurisdiction, and not having any intention to return to what was the legal domicile of the parents to claim that prior identity, would have a solid claim of merit for granting a naturalization of their citizenship since their status would be like a de facto “undocumented immigrant” who was born to foreign nationals but is no longer a minor in their custody, in a land which has become their assumed home and they have no claim nor plan no return to any other country. I think the citizenship status for a minor however, would necessarily remain attached to the parents and stay that way so long as they were a minor unless it was adjudicated differently similarly as an aspect of a minor emancipation. There may be and probably is international law on this and it would be interesting to see what is the international law.

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    • Rebel Mope says:

      In Flores-Villar v. U.S.(09-5801 2011) there is a reference to Weedin v. Chin Bow (274 US 657, 660 1927) which, in turn, references an Act of Congress of 1790 which states with a nod to “English tradition”, that US citizens born abroad “shall be considered as natural born citizens” for all intents and purposes. You can find it at this link, page 30 of 86 (pdf) top of the page. The Act is described as “Act of March 26, 1790, ch3, 1 stat. 103-4”

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      • waltherppk says:

        There is even older law in common law that is what is referenced as being “tradition” English or otherwise, and I think there is an international reciprocity under maritime law also. It is such “old law” it may be biblical. Anyway, even the constitution of Mexico declares that children of Mexican citizens who are born to Mexican citizens traveling or abroad are automatically Mexican citizens, so the child is subject to the jurisdiction of Mexico at birth. So it causes obvious conflict with common law precedent and I’ll bet also it is a conflict with international law for any country to presume that a newly born child is somehow without citizenship and needs to be identified as a citizen based only on where they are located geographically when they are born. Who’s your Daddy? (NOT Uncle Sam)

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        • franker01 says:

          The problem is do you ever see the likes of Sotomayor or Kagen ruling honestly on something like that?

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        • Rebel Mope says:

          Nationality by birth

          The Mexican Constitution states that Mexicans Citizens by birth are:[1]

          persons born in Mexican territory regardless of parents' nationality or immigration status in Mexico
          persons born abroad of a Mexican Citizen born in Mexico
          persons born to an individual after that person has become a naturalized citizen of Mexico
          individuals born on Mexican merchant- or Navy ships or Mexican-registered aircraft, regardless of parents' nationality
          children born to Mexican Diplomats or Ministry of Foreign Affairs Personnel working overseas
          

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_nationality_law

          So according to this, a Mexican citizen’s anchor baby is subject to the jurisdiction of Mexico. Hah!

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          • waltherppk says:

            Seems like they have a citizen gathering and retention plan to beat all, and even will “nationalize” the newborns of any travelers or visitors to Mexico. What a plan for growing the population of taxpayers!

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  12. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Krauthammer’s argument sounded strikingly similar to that forwarded by the Walker campaign yesterday.

    I wonder if Krauthammer is starting to believe that Bush might be toast and without naming names is making a pivot over to Walker.

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  13. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Is Fox still running their Candidate Casino segment on Friday Special Report and, if so, has anybody thrown in any chips on Trump yet?

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    • waltherppk says:

      The establishment talking heads with all their talking points are really pulling out all the stops to try to derail the train coming down the tracks that is Donald Trump. They can stand on the railroad tracks shaking their fist and splat! ROAD KILL in the rear view mirror, puddles….or… extra chunky. it’s all good. Wooo Wooo… I hear the train a comin’….comin’ down the tracks….:D

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    • Concerned says:

      There must be some hotline connecting them all, someone at the source end says “George Wallace!!” and the recipients all leap like lemmings to use it. The list of lemmings is totally unsurprising.

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    • The funny thing is that (in regards to segregation) Wallace appears to have been proven correct. Just look at our public schools, for example, and the sorry state they have fallen to as a result of educational standards lowered to accommodate underperforming blacks, and the disruptive environments some inner city blacks have created in the classrooms.

      Heck, many blacks (themselves) seem to be wanting to self-segregate, not only in housing, but also in education. How often do you hear them bemoan incursions by whites into what they call their “traditionally black neighborhoods” condemning progress as “gentrification”? And don’t forget how a number of black organizations, like the NAACP and “Urban League” (not to mention some individual black donors like Okra) offer scholarships and/or student financial aid ONLY to blacks students?

      Maybe comparing us to Wallace supporters isn’t such a bad thing, after all?

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    • georgiafl says:

      NOTE – 5-6 more news outlets and a radio station have picked up the George Wallace meme since I posted the links above.

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  14. Failure to enforce is a problem with gun laws, too. The dummies always yell we need more laws….. erm, enforce the ones we gave you, then we can talk!

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  15. pyromancer76 says:

    aprilyn43 says: August 22, 2015 at 3:21 pm “The Republican Elites are in reality “Purple” Democrats; between the two there are few differences.
    Trump needs to run without the Republican Party

    I think Sundance has emphasized that everyone supporting Trump needs to claim the Republican Party as our party. Do not be snookered into leaving by becoming a “purifier”. The power structure of this country is based on a two-party system — your proof is historical. After the origins of the U.S., the only third party to succeed was the Republican. Just think how long ago that was. Anyone else who has jumped the shark and declared I am better than the American system and can I am so great that I can go it alone has simply wrecked the reforms that might have been forced on a dinosaur or corruption-controlled party. Theodore Roosevelt’s Progressive-Party run destroyed the reformers in the Republican Party and left the control in the hands of the troglodytes. In comes old Woodrow who totally segregates WashDC and the Dem Party and then follows the Crash and the Great Depression. Maybe if there had been some real economic reform (not just alphabet soup reform), maybe, just maybe, the normal cleansing of the business cycle might have been so cataclysmic.

    If hatred, aggression, street fighting, metaphorically speaking, can be withstood with both smart fighting and good, calm reasoning (with passion) can hold steady, then maybe the Republicans can be reformed from within with help from a leader from without. Nothing reforms like losing. Was Reagan always “within”? We need someone with economic smarts first and foremost because our country’s woes — and they are legion — are fundamentally economic. Both communist-islamist leftists want our country for their purposes and the crony corporations want our country for their globalist purposes. Border security, no such thing as anchor babies, illegals to their own countries are all a part of an economic solution. Trump speaks truth to those in power. He is speaking truth to those of us who are having our power drained away. The BigO’s GD America, belittling and dividing Americans, and every kind of evil, hateful divisiveness he and his kind can dream up all work to destroy America. Empty us out. Demean us. Gut us, take what is useful and kick out (throw away) the entrails — almost exactly the same thing that is being done to those poor fetuses by PP. It all fits. Fight with Trump at this point or become part of the entrails. Do not fall for any of it by leaving the Republican Party. Reclaim it for truth, justice, and the American way.

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  16. Honest Abbey says:

    All I know is, my dad did not fight in two wars preserving the integrity of our country only to have illegals jumping the borders to take over. What the H3LL have these recent immigrants (illegal and legal, for that matter) given back to America? We should have a sub category called “Nusance Immigrants” for those who don’t contribute to the betterment of our people. I’m truly sickened over what our country has evolved into.

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    • Lou says:

      I agree Abbey. too much BS about legal vs. illegal etc. it’s been bothering me for years how the RINOs have been doubletalking. the truth is they want more immigrants in here, so they can pay them under the table down in Texas (meat factories etc.) and then conveniently round them up to bring them back. it’s a big game.

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    • wondering999 says:

      If so many people desire the “American Dream”, why not encourage them to organize that dream where they are — adopt the U.S. Constitution, adopt U.S. currency, make English you first language, pay your taxes, respect the rights of fellow citizens as well as your own — and then apply for statehood and join up, if your nation qualifies (like Texas did)?

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    • franker01 says:

      One thing is for certain: They cut a whole lot of grass. They are everywhere.
      When did cutting grass become one of those jobs that Americans won’t do?
      Maybe around the advent of Video Games?

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  17. Ace says:

    Let’s relocate them all to old fart George Will’s gated community where the cops show up in 17 seconds if the sun is shining in his eyes too brightly, and then see what he thinks.

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Relocate them to Capitol Hill and White House.
      Let them hang out at Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, Prince Reibus, and Debbie W. Schultz’s houses.
      Then you will see some serious action taken.

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  18. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    “You Can’t Secure The Border, You can’t Deport, You Can’t Stop Illegal Aliens,….”

    Why?
    Why can’t we Secure the border, why can’t we deport, why can’t we stop Illegals?

    Sick of this defeatist attitude, treachery of Democrats, spinelessness of RINOs, and Prada of Lame Stream Media.

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    • Concerned says:

      How is it that we can deport productive working citizens whose visas have expired, but we can’t toss out the people who are scamming us?

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      • mikayla825 says:

        There was a story here a few years ago about a man that was married to a citizen and a parent to a citizen but was deported back to Ireland when a snafu at Homeland Security messed up his Visa? Greencard? I don’t remember which it was. This is the same area of California that has been in the news so much lately regarding Mexican Illegal Aliens. I’ll see if I can find the story, but it’s probably been buried deep

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    Can’t, Can’t, Can’t. I always told my “children” there is no such word as “can’t”. Can’t means won’t.

    Can’t doesn’t belong in the vocabulary of a SalesMaker/DealMaker. Those are loser words. This is why TRUMP reigns. These are not words he knows. They don’t exist.

    “All Talk. No Action.”
    -Donald Trump
    #TRUMP2016

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  20. manickernel says:

    All the angst about the term “anchor baby”. A poster over at Twitchy suggested that perhaps we could use “Mooring Infant” in its place.

    Or “Tether Tot”. 🙂

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  21. jc says:

    I think eventually Trump will self destruct but Iove his comments about his opponent (obviously Bush) lacking energy! I think the repub oiligarchs will have to redirect their gifting to someone who really wants the job, the thought of $30 oil will cause them to double down on their bets.They need us military boots on the ground again to take out production in Iraq (again) and Iran, really need an Israeli sneak attack on Iran.

    If taking out Saddam was a “pretty good deal” then taking out an ayotollah and Iranian oil production for a decade is an offer Jeb won’t be able to refuse

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    • rodney says:

      You better hope he doesn’t because the GOP will cease to exist as a national party and state party if a RINO or Hillary gets in because they’ll make amnesty and open borders a reality and worse.

      We simply cannot survive another one of these miscreants and traitors. It doesn’t matter if it’s one of the current crop of GOP pygmies running or Hillary because they’re all the same ideologically and owned by the same group of oligarchs.

      We’re that close to a uniparty state and the end of the Republic.

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  22. BobNoxious says:

    I don’t really understand the issue with what Krauthammer said here… As I understood him, he was agreeing that illegal immigration is a serious problem and explained a quick way to address the issue w/out having a huge fight over the meaning of the 14th Amendment.

    Change the (for lack of a better term) “family preference” policy that promotes having anchor babies and that will solve the problem. Maybe I misunderstood him, but going all in on a policy that requires/relies on the SC to interpret the 14th Amendment a certain way is a very risky policy…and perhaps unnecessarily risky, especially if the problem can be solved another way.

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  23. rodney says:

    The Will’s and Krauthammers of the MSM are propagandists and wannabe political nobility, nothing more. They represent the agendas of wealthy men like Murdoch, Zuckerberg, Adelson, the Koch brothers and Wall Street power brokers. The sorts of people who embrace globalism and open borders because it means cheap labor they can exploit to their hearts content. Why go to overseas to open a factory when you can bring China, India and Mexico right here with all the cheap labor you want on tap.

    That’s what it’s all about.

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  24. joshua says:

    none of them seem to have a clue…..http://www.wsj.com/articles/us-agents-raid-alleged-maternity-tourism-anchor-baby-businesses-catering-to-chinese-1425404456..this describes a multimillion dollar maternity tourism business to bring pregnant women to the USA and bring back their babies born in the USA and US citizens from the act…..this is NOT just about H1B visas and the Southern BORDER….this ANCHOR BABY FRAUD is worldwide attacks on us.

    But Kraut and Will seem to be ignorant of such…as it does not offer a chance to whack at Trump or enhance Jebbie’s pathetic case for candidacy.

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    • Meyer says:

      Agree, Joshua. I sent an email to Trump prior to his policy announcement begging him to address the birthing tourism sham.

      China is probably keeping track of the kids who gained U.S. citizenships then after 20 years of anti-American indoctrination will send them to infiltrate America to create real damage.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Chinese babies might turn into valuable U.S. citizens… if that is actually the family intention, to assimilate. However, that takes more than giving birth on U.S. soil and then acting as foreign subversives planted within the U.S. culture and legal system.

      Biology and physical location don’t trump principled intentions. They would have to want to adopt U.S. culture and customs and contribute to the well-being of the country as genuine immigrants.

      I don’t see that question being asked, and I don’t understand why it isn’t being asked. In the 1870s, my great-grandfather had to sign a document at the county courthouse affirming that his loyalty was to the United States, not to the foreign aristocrat who ruled his country of birth.

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  25. Ace says:

    These people are laying down the gauntlet. They’re telling you all to STFU.
    I have no doubt that they will shoot you if you disrupt their coronation of Bush III. No doubt.

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    • NJF says:

      Exactly!!! I’ve been saying & or yelling at my TV ever since the debate…..Stop telling me what I think!

      That was the moment that really opened my eyes. The establishment on both sides, in collusion with the media truly believe they can manipulate us into just blindly going into the voting booth and pulling the appropriate lever because THEY’VE TOLD US TO!

      I never indicated a party affiliation when registering to vote b/c I always felt it was none of their business. But thanks to SD & the treehouse, I am re-registering b/c I want the opportunity to vote in the primary.

      I keep nagging one particular fiend who, despite being a die hard democrat, says she’ll vote for Trump. I keep trying to make her understand that if she doesn’t vote in the primary, she may never have the chance to vote for Trump.

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  26. FTP:

    Proving, they, along with a host of others like McCain, Romney, Bush et al, never intended (or intend) to stop the illegal immigration flow – it was/is all just a ruse.

    Amen. It’s been one of those “Talk it up so that the Rubes think we’re legit” tactics commonly used by people who seek to deceive and betray.

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  27. Coast says:

    I really hope that Trump steps-up his game concerning his stump speeches. For example, on illegals there is a number of talking points that he doesn’t cover. Besides the crime, which Trump does speak about, there is an issue of assimilation, the theft of American jobs and benefits, and of course the issue that our country’s future belongs to our children and future generations. Millions of Americans fought in wars from the American revolution to Bush’s war to keep us free…and now politicians expect us to give our country away to illegals? He really needs to hammer this home.

    In addition, he needs to start listing all the problems we face as a nation…such as the national debt, corruption in politics, unlawful actions by Obama and his minions…the list is long. And he needs to take that list and make everyone understand that these problems have been created by Washington…by the very politicans that want to be re-elected and maintain power. There is so much more he needs to say…and if he would say it, the election would be over.

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    • janc1955 says:

      I agree. I know he likes to prepare his own talking points and “wing it” once he’s behind the podium, but he needs to start surrounding himself with quality people who can expand his focus while letting him keep his own voice and style.

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  28. janc1955 says:

    SD: I have absolutely noticed how suddenly, the country of “yes we can” simply CAN’T. We can’t do a damned thing about a damned thing, according to those who are okay with the status quo. It would seem listening to all the people not down with DT’s immigration plan that we are just mired up to our necks in this muck and there’s no way out. The hell there isn’t. The only thing we’re mired in is weakness on every national and international issue, and political correctness. Put a strong pro-American leader in the WH who puts the country first and sets the whiners straight at every turn, and things will start heading back in the direction of sanity.

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  29. my name is Nobody says:

    Common sense has been replaced by “correct thought”. The political elites, pundits and intelligencia are so much smarter than us unwashed commoners. They try to tell us that God is dead, up is down, dark is light, right is wrong. We are just filled with too much hate to understand. We are just not tolerant and nuanced like them.

    Ultimately, they will be judged to be on the wrong side of history.

    The producers in this country have tolerated far too much far too long. The disenfranchised are hungry for a voice and have been waiting 30 years for another Renaldo Maximus to carry the mantle.

    It’s rather ironic that this new standard bearer is not a commoner. He’s not humble. He doesn’t wear his religion on his sleeve. He doesn’t even have a political pedigree. But he is a man at the right place at the right time.

    I believe in my heart that Donald Trump, warts and all, is the man God is gonna use to lead our great Nation back to being a beacon on a hill.

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  30. boutis says:

    They always expect someone else to pay for it. If they want to individually sponsor (pay for every single expense, with zero public subsidy) for as many refuge, economic opportunity, religious freedom, anchor baby and mamma as they can and including health care, food, all medical, law enforcement, housing,education, etc until they are granted American citizenship I might listen to them. But of course they don’t even though many are very wealthy. It is very easy to be liberal with someone elses money. Until someone does this I don’t want to hear why I and everyone else is supposed to do it as it is not to my or others benefit and I don’t want to pay for their “conscience” and moral preening. Pay for it yourself. Stop hectoring me about that which you won’t do.

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  31. JRD says:

    RNC Threatens to Ban Trump from Next Debate Unless he Pledges Not to Run as Third Party Candidate
    http://www.youngcons.com/rnc-threatens-to-ban-trump-from-next-debate-unless-he-pledges-not-to-run-as-third-party-candidate/
    Republican National Convention believes that its alleged status as “private club” gives it the right to prevent 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump from participating in anymore primary debates.

    Excuse me but I hate the Corrupt Ba$TIDS Club with every breath of my being.

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  32. joanfoster says:

    http://humanevents.com/2006/07/25/meet-robert-pastor-father-of-the-north-american-union/

    Just as the current Democrat Party is not the one your grandfather supported, neither is the current Republican Party. While the Progressives have out maneuvered the conservatives in the Democrat circles, so have the globalists in Republican circles. While I cannot say when this all started, it became evident during the Bush I era that there were position papers being crafted that envisioned a union in north America much like the EU and that there would no longer be borders both south and north of the U.S. When you really think about it, Reagan was probably the only Republican that the people have truly elected. The other Republicans to be seated in the White House have been pre-selected and confirmed at the polling booths. We are in a heap of trouble and I hope that Trump can find a clear and concise way of communicating how illegal immigration is just one component of a larger effort by the globalists to diminish our power militarily, wealth, creativity and most importantly our culture on a social experiment that does not bode well for the American people.

    Kraut and Will have nothing but contempt for the people that showed up for Trump last night. They deem them too stupid to know what’s good for them. I want Trump to take on these people with such shock and awe they won’t know whether to crap or shine their shoes.

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  33. kinthenorthwest says:

    What Illegals have been and are doing to America is WAY WAY out of hand.
    It is no longer a question of whether or not we can afford to send them them.
    We HAVE to send them Back before they bankrupt America. The Bill For Illegals is now around 1/2 a Trillion a year and rising everyday.
    Currently Illegals are edging up to being 25% of the people on Welfare..Come on give me a break, cause soon they will be more than legal Americans.
    The Cost of Educating Illegals is eating away at our own American Children’s education. At least 25% of our Nation’s education budget goes to Illegals & their Anchor Babies ESL classes..H3LL in way too many school districts Over 2/3s of their budgets revolve around ESL classes & personnel.
    Currently we have over 3 dozen detention centers educating them in their own language(adults too), feeding, clothing, and put a roof over their heads at over 3 Million daily each. For just 3 dozen detention centers that over 39,420,000,000 a year, but that Obama keeps opening up more and more detention centers for them daily–Wouldn’t it be nice if the millions of homeless American Children & Vets could get housing like this?

    The list of what Illegals cost American taxpayers is even longer.
    Its time for DC Politicians to start taking care of America & Legal Americans.

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    • NJF says:

      Trump should start exposing what Obamas executive again regarding illegals is attempting to do, especially regarding the work visas. He should also highlight how they’ve thumbed their nose at the stays imposed by Judge Halloran.

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    • GA_USA says:

      “The Cost of Educating Illegals is eating …”

      My nephew just started school. One teacher at the preliminary family-teacher meet and greet mentioned that 50% of the incoming class didn’t speak English. If one turns the radio dial where I live literally half of the stations are Spanish. I fully expect that many of these kids are illegals and that most of their parents are. I also darn well know who has been paying property taxes to fund it all.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        You will have to do a lot of fighting & Mediating for your son & others like him so that they don’t get screwed.
        I have been watching it for several years now.
        Many school districts have like 25 plus in Classes even in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd & 3rd with maybe an aide 30 mins a day.
        However, ESL classes have usually less than 12 with 3 or 4 full time aides

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  34. barbi says:

    We are in this fix because we failed to make judicial appointments a HUGE, HUGE issue in each of the last few Presidential elections and gubernatorial elections.

    GOP candidates needed to make judges their focus, judges appointed by progs as well as by so-called moderates and so-called conservatives. Candidates should have picked two or three judicial decisions that they KNEW the majority of US citizens disagreed with to SHOW the public how judicial appointment much more than elected candidates have everlasting effects on their families and themselves. The debacle of illegal immigration has occurred every bit as much because of judges as by people still in office.

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  35. Jersey Beach says:

    Charles looks a little more than ticked off at Laura for opening up a can of worms that the elites didn’t want the viewers of Fox to be exposed to. They needed their viewers to believe the propaganda Fox News has been spewing. I would imagine by now many have figured it out that the elites weren’t going to do anything about illegal immigration and for the middle class, but who knows.

    Glad Laura went up against Charles, he’s running out of things to refute her facts with now. The Elites have no clothes.

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  36. kinthenorthwest says:

    Feds Raid California ‘Maternity Hotels’ for Birth Tourists
    Southern California apartment complexes that doubled as “maternity hotels” for Chinese women who want made-in-America babies were raided early Tuesday, capping an unprecedented federal sting operation, officials said.

    NBC News was on the scene as Homeland Security agents swept into The Carlyle, a luxury property in Irvine, California, which housed pregnant women and new moms who allegedly forked over $40,000 to $80,000 to give birth in the United States.

    “I am doing this for the education of the next generation,” one of the women told NBC News.
    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/feds-raid-california-maternity-hotels-birth-tourists-n315996

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  37. fred says:

    I love a guy in penny loafers and a bow tie telling me what to think or I’m low info and crazy. Please George go away but then again I REALLY did turn off FOX. I suggest you do the same then they can’t bug you anymore. We can’t protect our borders from Mexicans invading. Lord help us…who thinks like that. They need some Grateful Dead fans to descend on the house and stay for week or two.

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  38. nyetneetot says:

    “Fully exposed they have no option but to display their insufferable Robert-The-Bruce bloodlines.”

    Ummmmm. I’m of Robert-The-Bruce’s bloodline.

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  39. kinthenorthwest says:

    Chris Matthews Wonders If There’s Any Black People at Trump’s ‘Redneck Riviera
    http://news360.com/article/308441782#

    Wonder If this Answers Matthews Question

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  40. wondering999 says:

    Harry Reid in 1993, on “would any sane country do this” (re anchor babies). Will he be compared with … George Wallace? whatever

    http://therightscoop.com/no-sane-country-would-have-birthright-citizenship-evil-racist-democrat-harry-reid-in-1993/

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  41. James Varney says:

    Controlling illegal immigration is simple, and once accomplished the border will be much easier to monitor for criminal and terrorist intrusion.
    Simply:
    1. Make mandatory the use of E-verify for all employees and enforce the present fines and penalties to employers who are then knowingly employing illegals. This could be softened by allowing voluntary employer sponsorship and full economic responsibility for select employees.
    2. Make receiving any government assistance or even school attendance subject to these same rules.
    3. Define casual employment (day labor) without E-verification as a criminal conspiracy subject to assert seizure of property worked on and tools and vehicles used in the crime. Also add a 50% recovery participation to anyone who informs on the law breakers (like with the IRS and copyright violations).
    These provisions alone would create a wave of self deportation and end illegal immigration no matter where from (even without building a wall) in 6 months.
    Needless to say NAFTA will be dead and Mexico, deprived of the economic safety pressure relief valve of US remittances and its’ societal safety pressure relief valve for unemployed / undesirables, will have a revolution ridding itself of its present cleptocratic elites, finally achieving good governance for the first time in its’ existence.

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  42. PatOne says:

    Laura, INDEED, schooled Herr Krautman. As for SWILL, that’s exactly what he and Herr K. drink.

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  43. GSR says:

    The Beltway Elites love them some “non-Whites”. That’s what it’s all about. Displacing native born (White) Americans with “brown skinned” peasants, who will be more grateful to politicians for big government social programs.

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  44. Horsesoldier says:

    Politicians of both parties are responsible for this immigration mess we’re in. We know what the illegals mean to the libs and Sundance has brilliantly connected the dots for us with the Republican behind the scenes play in all of this. What’s really being exposed here is the real ‘din du nuffin’ crowd. And the Washington elites wonder why Trump’s appeal is so broad across the country.

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  45. archer52 says:

    In defense of Krauthammer he’s trying to make a point that reality, not wishes, will control the outcome.

    There are a ton of courts that will intentionally delay and deflect any attempt- and we allow them to drive our lives. (And you all know how I feel about lawyers. All judges are is a lawyer in an ill fitting robe)

    Plus saying so and doing so is going to be difficult turn to make. We need to make it. We need to clean up the illegal immigration problem. But it won’t be done with a wave of a hand.

    It took decades to get here, it will take decade to get it turned around.

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