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Megyn Kelly And The Abortion Phile

ToccoCinco Wrote: Dec 10, 2014 11:51 AM
Not even remotely exaggerated - people wouldn't put it on a t-shirt unless they're promoting it. The "choice" was made in the bedroom.
That is spot on. The ONLY reason there's a problem in the first place is because of the lack of enforcement of existing laws and the ignoring of the current system of the path to citizenship.
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Opinions Versus Facts

ToccoCinco Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 6:03 AM
No one will even try to cover the real story. Why would Brown do something like take form a store and shove the store owner on his way out? Why would he feel he has no obligation to respond to a police officer's request in a non-violent and submissive way? Also, why were a 15 year old and a 16 year old out with hammers past 1:00 am destroying a car and killing an unarmed "white" motorist? The only people who did to harm these "kids" are their own parents. The real problem is the break down of the family, and the lack of good and wholesome child rearing with a significant dose of adult supervision.
That's correct, her problem stems from her congressional voting record. The time to distance herself from Obama was during congressional votes not just during the election campaign.
"Then, he said he that was the limit of his power." First of all what does that sentence even mean? "You can best amnesty activists will demand these answers and they are not afraid of interrupting speeches to do it." Second, why do these people even feel that have the right to "demand" anything?
"First and foremost, we are a nation built on the rule of law" - I guess the rest of that sentence not spoken from him would have to be - "but I'm working hard to change that". It's not a community for many of them in the sense that we would normally think of a community. As individuals they're burning (and taking) OTHER people's stuff - a convenient opportunity to do what they really want to do, that's why the case evidence has always been so irrelevant to them. I feel bad for those who really do look at it like the destruction of their town - their home. .
"I promise comrade, if you like your borders the state will allow you to keep them." - The trusted Supreme Leader of the USSA (United Socialist States of America) We're fine - you're all being silly! Never forget the president had both houses of congress for two years. They could have done whatever they wanted but did nothing. His acting alone is for personal power and Dem votes, not to solve an immigration "problem". He way overstepped it this time.
This bit by SNL would be funny if it weren't such a significant issue (In several respects). Also one error, the bill wasn't waiting for the republicans to act. The Dems had both houses and the presidency at one point and never acted on immigration. They could have passed whatever they wanted. Why is it so important now that the president has to force it with an action that oversteps his constitutional authority?
He must have taken out a loan to pay for it when he was in China.
I would love to go back to the days when the Commander in Chief actually worked on, and made progress in matters that actually have relevance, and that pertain to the position to which they were elected. Say, like destroying ISIS, and sealing the border.
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