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Stupid Democrat Maxine Waters on Illegal Aliens: "This is their country"


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#1 Twister

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 05:08 AM


 
USA Today reported Tuesday that 23-year-old illegal immigrant Juan Manuel Montes was deported despite being protected under DACA. The Department of Homeland Security challenged the story, claiming that Montes was arrested after he was caught entering the United States illegally.
 
"Juan Manuel Montes Bojorquez was apprehended by the Calexico Station Border Patrol after illegally entering the U.S. by climbing over the fence in downtown Calexico," DHS said in a statement. "He was arrested by [Border Patrol] just minutes after he made his illegal entry and admitted under oath during the arrest interview that he had entered illegally."
 
DHS said that Montes left the country without notifying officials, which is against DACA regulations. When he reentered the country illegally, Montes terminated his DACA protections.

 

 

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 07:22 AM

For many of them, it is. Most Americans agree.

 

"In U.S., 65% Favor Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants."

http://www.gallup.co...immigrants.aspx


Edited by hst2, 21 April 2017 - 07:24 AM.

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 09:34 AM

DACA people should be given a path to citizenship
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Posted 21 April 2017 - 09:37 AM

This land is your land, this land is my land, from California...



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 09:59 AM

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#6 Saticon3

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:07 AM

It would be refreshing if you all would just state your position truthfully, that you are for open borders. If you're not, then how would you determine who to not allow to enter/stay? Based on what criteria? What's your number, how many would you let stay/enter?  Would you treat non- Hispanics the same as you would Hispanics? And please don't repeat the meaningless refrain   " we need comprehensive immigration reform"



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:12 AM

For many of them, it is. Most Americans agree.

 

"In U.S., 65% Favor Path to Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants."

http://www.gallup.co...immigrants.aspx

Well in this case if that statistic is correct then 65% are dead wrong unless congress changes the law to make illegal entry OK and not a crime. 



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:15 AM

It would be refreshing if you all would just state your position truthfully, that you are for open borders. If you're not, then how would you determine who to not allow to enter/stay? Based on what criteria? What's your number, how many would you let stay/enter?  Would you treat non- Hispanics the same as you would Hispanics? And please don't repeat the meaningless refrain   " we need comprehensive immigration reform"

 

I think if you were brought here or came here as a minor and/or lived here for 20 more years so that this country is, for all intents and purposes, your home, you should be allowed to stay and there should be a path to citizenship.

 

If you are raising American children you should be allowed to stay.

 

I have no problems with developing a system that allows us to capture and deport those who are here without the correct paperwork before the scenarios described above develop.

 

Children escaping violence and death and looking for asylum should be allowed to stay.

 

I don't see any usefulness in deporting them. It is costly and inhumane.

 

What is your position? Deport over 10 million people?


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#9 ncbirdfan

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:16 AM

It would be refreshing if you all would just state your position truthfully, that you are for open borders. If you're not, then how would you determine who to not allow to enter/stay? Based on what criteria? What's your number, how many would you let stay/enter?  Would you treat non- Hispanics the same as you would Hispanics? And please don't repeat the meaningless refrain   " we need comprehensive immigration reform"

Truthfully, I am 100% against the wall. Truthfully, I don't want my tax money going to such a frivolous project. Truthfully if we cannot afford health care in this country as Republicans keep saying, there is no way in hell we should be throwing our money away on this wall.  Is that enough truth for you?



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:16 AM

Well in this case if that statistic is correct then 65% are dead wrong unless congress changes the law to make illegal entry OK and not a crime. 

You do realize that there's more to this than illegal entry right?  The act of being present in the united states in violation of immigrations laws is not, in and of itself, a crime.  Most of the undocumented in the country fall into that category


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#11 hst2

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:17 AM

Well in this case if that statistic is correct then 65% are dead wrong unless congress changes the law to make illegal entry OK and not a crime. 

 

So would have demanded that runaway slaves be sent back to the plantations as well? Jews sent to concentration camps? Both were also laws.


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#12 SmarterThanYou

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:20 AM

Truthfully, I am 100% against the wall. Truthfully, I don't want my tax money going to such a frivolous project. Truthfully if we cannot afford health care in this country as Republicans keep saying, there is no way in hell we should be throwing our money away on this wall.  Is that enough truth for you?


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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:31 AM

Gotta love Maxine Waters. She tells it like it is...righties obviously hate truth hence their hatred for Maxine,and she's a black woman to boot! :mad:
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#14 ncbirdfan

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:38 AM

Gotta love Maxine Waters. She tells it like it is...righties obviously hate truth hence their hatred for Maxine,and she's a black woman to boot! :mad:

They like being told lies; that's why they worship Trump. He is the perfect beast for them.



#15 genghiskhanraven

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:38 AM

So would have demanded that runaway slaves be sent back to the plantations as well? Jews sent to concentration camps? Both were also laws.

Really Really Stupid analogy to compare sovereignty and border laws that EVERY country in the world has to slavery and Naziism.

Unless you want to run with the theory that laws shouldn't exist and if so who do you think I should legally be allowed to murder today?

Edited by genghiskhanraven, 21 April 2017 - 10:38 AM.


#16 ncbirdfan

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:39 AM

Really Really Stupid analogy to compare sovereignty and border laws that EVERY country in the world has to slavery and Naziism.

Unless you want to run with the theory that laws shouldn't exist and if so who do you think I should legally be allowed to murder today?

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#17 ivanbalt

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:40 AM

Truthfully, I am 100% against the wall. Truthfully, I don't want my tax money going to such a frivolous project. Truthfully if we cannot afford health care in this country as Republicans keep saying, there is no way in hell we should be throwing our money away on this wall.  Is that enough truth for you?

 

Exactly.



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:44 AM

I think if you were brought here or came here as a minor and/or lived here for 20 more years so that this country is, for all intents and purposes, your home, you should be allowed to stay and there should be a path to citizenship.

 

If you are raising American children you should be allowed to stay.

 

I have no problems with developing a system that allows us to capture and deport those who are here without the correct paperwork before the scenarios described above develop.

 

Children escaping violence and death and looking for asylum should be allowed to stay.

 

I don't see any usefulness in deporting them. It is costly and inhumane.

 

What is your position? Deport over 10 million people?

You actually sound somewhat rational here.  Nice job.  By right, we can deport all of them.  The reality is that it will never happen.  The criminals, the felons, the johnny come latelies; they have to go.  Those here for a long time and established will stay.  Despite the hysteria, we are not deporting farm workers, housemaids and gardeners.


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#19 Guido2

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:44 AM

As most have you have likely surmised by now I kinda lean right on things so.....

 

  • Regarding the title; 'This is their country'. Now if she said 'This is their country as much as it is yours' and mine'. Taking into account what she said prior I think that is a perfectly acceptable statement. Comparative to what Trump and Spicer come up day to day that is portrayed as well thought out statements. Her's is absolute genius.
  • Look 'they' are here...10 M plus, like it or not. And why BECAUSE PREVIOUS ADMINS did the wink wink nod nod and did NOT enforce the laws. PERIOD. If you ignore that fact then you are an idiot.
  • I wager that except for a small handful most are productive useful taxpaying people. They are ecstatic about our wonderful country and it's opportunities. Unlike some in BC but that is another story.
  • So what to do. Ship them all back ... good and bad? Bad yes...that is if the country they came from will accept them in the first place as we are finding out. So that leaves the good what about them?
  • As has been suggested before a road to citizenship that is clear. NO jumping ahead of the line crap. Condoning jumping ahead does two negative things. One, it cheapens the value of attaining citizenship in the first place. Two, it likely will promote more illegals attempting to come in. They get in line and pay their 'dues' but eventually cross the starting line.
  • Screw the physical wall we have enough technology to patrol the boarder. Here is the righty side .... land mines and such with adequate warnings will do just as well. This Trump-wall is just another ego thing ....look at me....look at the HHHAAAAUUUUGGGGEEE  THING I DID...another Trump Hotel but with no room service.

I could go on...but hopefully you get my drift.

 

Now I wonder if my damn passport is ready. ;) :D



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Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:47 AM

As most have you have likely surmised by now I kinda lean right on things so.....

 

  • Regarding the title; 'This is their country'. Now if she said 'This is their country as much as it is yours' and mine'. Taking into account what she said prior I think that is a perfectly acceptable statement. Comparative to what Trump and Spicer come up day to day that is portrayed as well thought out statements. Her's is absolute genius.
  • Look 'they' are here...10 M plus, like it or not. And why BECAUSE PREVIOUS ADMINS did the wink wink nod nod and did NOT enforce the laws. PERIOD. If you ignore that fact then you are an idiot.
  • I wager that except for a small handful most are productive useful taxpaying people. They are ecstatic about our wonderful country and it's opportunities. Unlike some in BC but that is another story.
  • So what to do. Ship them all back ... good and bad? Bad yes...that is if the country they came from will accept them in the first place as we are finding out. So that leaves the good what about them?
  • As has been suggested before a road to citizenship that is clear. NO jumping ahead of the line crap. Condoning jumping ahead does two negative things. One, it cheapens the value of attaining citizenship in the first place. Two, it likely will promote more illegals attempting to come in. They get in line and pay their 'dues' but eventually cross the starting line.
  • Screw the physical wall we have enough technology to patrol the boarder. Here is the righty side .... land mines and such with adequate warnings will do just as well. This Trump-wall is just another ego thing ....look at me....look at the HHHAAAAUUUUGGGGEEE  THING I DID...another Trump Hotel but with no room service.

I could go on...but hopefully you get my drift.

 

Now I wonder if my damn passport is ready. ;) :D

Land mines?  Did you really just say land mines?   :rolleyes:


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