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The Crucifixion of Jason Richwine

tired-of-it Wrote: May 10, 2013 9:27 AM
It seems like a step that should be taken is that going forward all illegals including those that cross the border or those who overstay their visas be felons. Up the law and the penalities with manditory prison time ( one year first offense, 5 yrs second etc.) at hard labor followed be deportation. Under age law breakers deported immediately and drop in home countries to be handled by those countries not our problem what those countries choose to do with them.
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Another Red Line for Israel?

tired-of-it Wrote: May 09, 2013 10:51 AM
One thing I would like to know is what has Kerry promised to give N. Korea in exchange for standing down? I really wonder what that idiot in charge of state dept. has promised.
The hispanics that come here are coming from countries that have corrupt top down government that provides all the opportunities; if any, to the people. Once they are here neither they or their children are ever taught the history of this country. Of the power of limited government that allowed this nation to become the most successful, powerful country in the world. We now teach PC diversity crud and that the government is the provider. These people will be democrats and democrat voters.
Living in Texas I have seen how the illegals in the construction business work. One legal resident hires a crew of illegals (say they are painters, framers, foundation workers, roofers whatever) then the legal gets his crew hired by a builder. The builder pays the one legal for the crew and the legal pays his crew. The only person e-verify would check is the crew foreman or boss. The illegal workers are never checked in e-verify and are paid cash so they pay no taxes period. Happens every day and I am sure that construction is not the only industry that follows this process. It is all a lie and politicians of all stripes allow it so that builders (big donors) make more. Corruption knows no party just done for different reasons.
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Benghazi: Still looking for Answers

tired-of-it Wrote: May 03, 2013 11:43 AM
Two questions I have never heard asked or answered. Why were Ambassador Chris Stevens, his diplomatic aid Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALS Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty there in Benghazi ? Is it true that this was part of the Obama administration gun running project to move guns to the so called Syrian rebels that are being headed by the muslim brotherhood and Al Queda?
Mr Hewitt the last time the bill for the border fence was passed by Congress and signed into law the bill did say as I recall Rep Hunter of Cali. saying the bill had the words the fence shall be built. Shall being the word Rep Hunter pointed to as mandating the fence be built. So the arguement that the bill now say the fence must be built holds no water at all. After all the government is now of the opinion that they can pick and choose what laws to enforce. Our governemnt is absolutely lawless.
Living in Texas I know that the border is not secure. I also see on the TV an ad with Sen Rubio singing the praises of the immigration bill calling it a conservative bill. I become more upset with Rubio each time I see the ad. This bill is a repeat of the 1986 bill that gave all the benefits right away but all the enforcement is based on future promises that we all know will never be honored. Dems are very practiced and good liars. It almost looks like Rubio is working out ot the demo play book. Sad because I used to respect him.
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Immigration Gambles: Part II

tired-of-it Wrote: Apr 26, 2013 9:45 AM
This is a repeat of the 1986 amnesty that the dems promised border security after legalizing at that time 3 million lawbreakers with the promise it would -never- happen again. Wake up it is happening again and nothing in this bill will stop it from happening again and again until the USA as a country no longer exists. Wake Up people. Our education sysem because of political correctness and worship of the god diversity no longer teach the values that made this country great so we have no common history and pride in achievement. This will not end well, period.
What I remember from o's comment was he went on and on about the diveristy of the country and how we should not jump to conclusions about people and groups of people. ( Yeah like he didn't in the Travon Martin case in Florida). What the heck does a bombing have to do with diversity. The man is a moron. This was the work of more muslim idiots, just as the vast majority of these type of attacks are done by muslims around the world. "Religion" (more of a political movement than religion) of peace I have doubts.
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No Tears for Lynne Stewart

tired-of-it Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 10:00 AM
Gregory seems to go a hunger strike every other week. I am in favor of the hunger strike only this time make it a strike that never ends until he starves himself to death. This idiot will not be missed.
Present day Egypt where Coptic Christians are openly attacked and many have been killed. Or just look at any muslim country that do not allow any religious other than islam. Do you ever read the news?
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