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A strong wall with no enforcement is a false promise. Zero tolerance for foreign nationals caught living illegally in this country, with immediate and long term incarceration followed by expulsion or deportation will eliminate the problem regardless of a wall.
A lot of people that attend community college are not right out of high school. After a decade out of school I needed remedial math courses and remedial English. So the fact that so many people attending community college need remedial courses may not mean anything. However, the truth is that everything the government subsidizes gets more expensive. That is the big problem. Community College is far less expensive than high schools per student, at least where I live. Making it free really is just a way to say we want more teachers on the public dole so we can fund more Democrat voters. Republicans should not fall for this.
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Will the West Defend Itself?

Undo4me Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 6:44 PM
Attacking Jihad without challenging the Islamic Imperial governing institutions that make it profitable is futile. It is the legacy Islamic Imperialist system of government that is the problem. A form of government unchanged in more than a thousand years, and so alien to our modern world as to be unrecognizable.
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Will the West Defend Itself?

Undo4me Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 6:40 PM
Probably export it all. Funny thing about Islamic Imperialist fiefdoms. They have a history of tolerating the sins of the Dhimmitude if it generates sufficient revenue for the Emir.
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Will the West Defend Itself?

Undo4me Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 6:36 PM
An Emir is simply a formerly Christian knight converted to Islam and sworn to loyalty to the Caliph of the Islamic Empire and granted a fiefdom. Christian knights captured on the battlefield and not ransomed were of great value to the Caliph, who was threatened by the rise of tribal leaders that grew powerful through association and challenged the Caliph's authority. The Emir had no allies, no tribal connections and no security except that provided by the Caliph. They were good at fighting, ruling, collecting rents (the basis of Arab feudalism) and in developing estates. They were absolutely trustworthy, from the Caliph's perspective. They served an important purpose in the expansion of Islamic influence. If we cannot see beyond the armor, sword and warrior mounted on a horse to understand why knights were important to the Islamic Empire at it's apex, we will not be able to identify the role they play today.That they would call the leader of a "no go zone" an Emir, essentially a conquered city/state in England makes perfect sense and one they would expect the English of all people to understand. After all, when the Ottoman Empire was defeated in World War I it wasn't dissolved, it was absorbed into the British Empire, leaving the legacy Islamic Imperial system of government intact.
What I don't understand is why no one has pointed out the irony of the attacks against the two NY Police. Neither of which was "white, non-Hispanic". I thought it was a lack of diversity that leads to black abuse. The deaths of these two police officers brings up an important question someone should address. Is NYPD so diversified that the black murdered could not find a white, non-hispanic police officer to murder, or was killing a Hispanic and an Asian a statement in itself. It wouldn't be the first time the poor, angry people attack those people they resent as a threat to their livelihood. 100 years ago gangs attacked people who were competing for the benefits they derived from business. White laboring class people attacked blacks, Irish, Jewish, Polish and other immigrant communities that they saw as "competing" for jobs that "belonged only to them". Are we seeing something important here, a black killing Asian and Hispanic NYPD officers because they threaten black's who believe that affirmative action and diversity hiring should "belongs only to them"?
No one who voted for the CROmnibus bill in December is a conservative. No matter what he may have done with the rest of his life. A thief caught at the age of thirty is not innocent because for 10950 days he was honest. One action makes a thief is a thief, One action makes an Obama Republican a liberal. That CROmnibus bill stole the opportunity for our recently elected representatives and new Republican controlled congress to speak out on the issues. That makes Boehner an Obama Republican. Not a conservative. His past record means nothing when he turns traitor on the conservatives and steals their voice in government.
Islamic Imperialism.That is the right term. Fight the terrorist all you want as long as the foundation of Islamic Imperialism in the form of legacy governments run by imperial decree exist, and have no fear of retribution for their aggression there will be no peace. Kings, Princes, Emirs & Bey's. Titles that indicate legacy Imperial governments
Obama has been the extortionist in chief for 6 yrs. Attack an industry then collect a fortune in donations to hold off the berating. Think about the banking industry. Just days after election, he attacks bankers until some are afraid to send their kids to school. Now look, big donations that lead to law changes that yield turn into big bank profits. The man is making making Jesse Jackson and his rainbow coalition look like amateurs. So why does anyone think the Obama Coalition is going to disolve when Obama leaves office. He will just use it to his benefit one way or another, and make it a nightmare for Democrats and Republicans both. Of course if you want to break the Democrat coalition, break their control over big blue cities. That means money, boots and lawyers to fight the manor house of city hall. Set up alternative education solutions, lots of supported home education. Bring industry back to the cities and get rid of the federal EPA. People moved to the cities to work in industry. Democrats don't do anything for the urban populations they oppress. They do things to them. We need only to provide the kind of proactive support that will break that dependency from the inside without having to leave the plantation cities.
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Long Wars Aren't Working

Undo4me Wrote: Nov 25, 2014 9:23 PM
13 years is a long war? Seriously? The Muslims conquered Jerusalem nearly 1500 years ago, retook it a just under a thousand years ago, and they conquered Baghdad more a little under 900 years ago. At one point about 500 years ago they controlled nearly all the land of the Roman empire at zenith and then some driving deep into Europe and Eastern Africa. They are still fighting the same war. Thousands of years to them is not a long war. 13 years isn't long in our enemies strategy. 1300 years isn't too long in their way of for them. Osama Bin Laden laid out a strategy to regain the glory of the Muslim Caliphate, that relied on the fecklessness of the American media. He predicted that in a few years Americans would get bored and start whining. Then the caliphate could pick up the broken peaces the feckless Americans left behind and restore their march of conquest. You know we still have tens of thousands of troops in Germany and Japan as well as many thousands more throughout the globe. It is discouraging that the editor of a media outlet I greatly admire and depend on for accuracy is parroting the leftist, liberal and libertarian positions that troops should only be deployed for short tactical engagements, and that the consequences of what happens after is none of our concern. 13 years is nothing in the context of where the war was fought.
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