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Uncle Sam Needs DREAMers

davidfarrar Wrote: May 23, 2014 2:49 PM
Even this title is a lie: "Uncle Same Needs Dreamers". No, it doesn't. So if this ENLIST Act is passed, not only will it be another incentive to those who have crossed our borders illegally, it will also be at the expense of American citizens! ex animo davidfarrar
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Uncle Sam Needs DREAMers

davidfarrar Wrote: May 23, 2014 2:26 PM
This is absolutely insane. At present there are many, many more American citizens being turned away from military service than are being accepted. Are we now to tell them even more American citizens are being denied an opportunity to serve their country so that foreign nationals can take their place in order to earn amnesty? Moreover, we will never be able to secure our borders, or make them safe, if Congress keeps creating incentives for those who would cross our borders illegally. This ENLIST Act does exactly that, it will be seen as yet another incentive by those who would cross our borders illegally. ex animo davidfarrar
Immigration reform -- the challenge has been given by Obama....if you can believe him...he will not use his executive order pen to achieve immigration reform, he says. "Congress will have to get this done by Democrats winning the House and holding on to the Senate this November." There, you have it. Of course, Obama never, ever plays with a fair deck. In the case of amnesty for illegal aliens, or to use a more adroit phrase: "a pathway to amnesty", he knows many Republicans in Congress can also be counted upon to support amnesty for 11 million illegal aliens in this country, plus all their family members, say around 20 million all total. Case in point: the Georgia run-off election between Jack Kingston and David Perdue. Both say the right things, Kingston even has signed the FAIR pledge, and has taken the further step to support birthright citizenship reform to prevent the offspring of illegal aliens born in the country from being natural born citizens. David Perdue also says the right things on his website, but he does leave room for a "pathway to amnesty." Who to believe? Ordinarily this would be a no-brainer, Jack Kingston would be our guy if you are opposed amnesty. The problem here is, Kingston has also been endorsed by the US Chamber of Commerce, and as we have learned, they expect results for their contributions. ex animo davidfarrar
But there is a big difference between a Republican Tea party supporter and the RINO Republican party establishment; didn't you know? ex animo davidfarrar
Both the Democrats and Republican have steadfastly support a public educational system they for all intent and purpose is a structural state monopoly, as well as a close monopsony. Any time you have such a structure with such control over its consumers, costs will raise, and keep raising, while service is lowered. ex animo davidfarrar
I wonder, if some of David Perdue's millions have managed to find their way into the coffers of TownHall, would they feel the need to disclose such a fact? The reason why I ask is because the only reason Perdue is leading in the polls here in Georgia is because he can afford to smother the airways locally, around Atlanta, with promotional pieces such as this one, and come out on top in and around the Atlanta polling area, and completely miss the rest of the state. For those who still get their input from their TV sets...yes, there are a few, especially among the elderly who tend to vote more heavily in the mid-term election... Perdue's millions have made him their man. While Perdue may not be the top pick of the Tea party, simply because he has no record in politics from which to draws valid conclusions, should he win the senate seat, the Tea party will be closely watching his records, especially on government spending and immigration. David Perdue has not signed the FAIR pledge against amnesty for illegal aliens, although he states he supports observing present immigration laws and for a stronger border. ex animo davidfarrar The Tea Party Exploratory Committee of Georgia
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The Cover-Up of a Cover-UP?

davidfarrar Wrote: May 05, 2014 11:43 AM
I have recently read this observation from another blogger about Benghazi: "So why did they refuse to release the email until ordered to do so by a judge? Why did they try to release it heavily redacted until they were under court to release the full email. The time line points to Hillary's phone call to Obama as the start of the concoction of the bogus video story." It has always been my contention that Benghazi was first, and foremost, a kidnapping attempt to exchange Stevens for Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, the Blind Sheikh. It has also been my contention that whomever first suggested the video should be used for cover, would be the party most responsible for the kidnapping attempt. exanimo davidfarrar
The only function of this article, and others like it, suggesting Obamacare is just too installed to be repealed, is to prepare the ground for the RINOS in the Senate to keep it in place after they have the majority and are expected to actually do something with it, like repeal Obamacare. What Rand Paul, and others, are really saying is, "We can't repeal Obamacare if we expect to win the White House in 2016, so all you little people will just have to pay extra for your health insurance. And speaking about paying extra for health care premiums: we will also have to raise those rates just a littler bit higher to allow those states who didn't sign up for extra fed money to cover increases caused by Obamacare a chance to be covered now. ex animo davidfarrar
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The Color of Georgia

davidfarrar Wrote: Apr 10, 2014 9:40 AM
Ms. Handel's credentials are certainly acceptable to Tea Party supporters, but now is not the time to learn on the job. I think voters should support someone who has national legislative experience, has a tack record, and has proven over and over again he will do what he says and says what he means in Washington. For example, there is only one candidate out of the three US House Reps who voted to remove Speaker Boehner from his speakership position after he failed to support Sen. Cruz's October rebellion and that was Dr. Paul Broun. The Tea Party of Georgia is ready, willing and able to put Ms. Nunn's blind support for Obamacare and amnesty for illegal aliens to rest here in Georgia, if you do your job on May 20, 2014. ex animo davidfarrar
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Why Hillary Clinton Will Win in 2016

davidfarrar Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 8:52 PM
The problem here is you want to win, not govern. If Hillary wins in 2016, and this kind of deficit spending continues, the economy will fail. The only question we have in front of us is how many will survive? The longer we wait to bring the economy back into check, the more abrupt that collapse will be, and less people will survive as a result. If we start seriously, now, to reduce that deficit and bring the economy back into check, when the economy collapse, if it collapses, the less of a jolt it will be for the nation, and the more people will survive. If Republicans can stay on message; they will eventually win again and the nation will be the better for it. If not, and the Democrats win, and the Republican message is confused, or they spend even more, they too will be blamed and the Democrats will again sweep into power to mitigate the damages with more spending. ex animo davidfarrar
An hour ago I wrote this almost in jest: "If Mexico was a strong military power, we would be facing the same situation in Le Voz de Aztlan area of the United States." And now I read this: "BREAKING: Mexico sees Russian gambit in Ukraine as chance for American land grab" "On Friday, in Geneva, Mexico signaled alarm at the treatment of its large Mexican minority in the United States, comparing American actions to prevent the use of Spanish to attempts in Ukraine and Estonia to prevent the use of Russian. Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/23/breaking-mexico-sees-russian-gambit-in-ukraine-as-chance-for-american-land-grab/#ixzz2wndI7Xbp No amnesty. No deficits. And, definitely, no frigging Obamacare, hoorah! ex animo davidfarrar
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