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    22 Jul '19 13:41
    @wajoma said
    They should be saying, "continue playing the race card" because you're playing Trumps game for him.
    It works the same way.
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    22 Jul '19 10:59
    @patzering said
    Yep, I've been saying that all year.
    Trumpists: stop playing the “stop playing the race card” card.
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    14 Jul '19 02:581 edit
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nu4dupoC7EE

    YouTube

    White Man's World
    Song by Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit

    I'm a white man living in a white man's world
    Under our roof is a baby girl
    I thought this world could be hers one day
    But her mama knew better
    I'm a white man living in a white man's town
    Want to take a shot of cocaine and burn it down
    Mama wants to change that Nashville sound
    But they're never gonna let her
    There's no such thing as someone else's war
    Your creature comforts aren't the only things worth fighting for
    Still breathing, it's not too late
    We're all carrying one big burden, sharing one fate
    I'm a white man living on a white man's street
    I've got the bones of the red man under my feet
    The highway runs through their burial grounds
    Past the oceans of cotton
    I'm a white man looking in a black man's eyes
    Wishing I'd never been one of the guys
    Who pretended not to hear another white man's joke
    Oh, the times ain't forgotten
    There's no such thing as someone else's war
    Your creature comforts aren't the only things worth fighting for
    You're still breathing, it's not too late
    We're all carrying one big burden, sharing one fate
    I'm a white man living in a white man's nation
    I think the man upstairs must'a took a vacation
    I still have faith, but I don't know why
    Maybe it's the fire in my little girl's eyes
    Maybe it's the fire in my little girl's eyes
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    13 Jul '19 13:58
    @mott-the-hoople said
    do you believe the parents of those children have broken our laws?
    Do you believe the 14th amendment applies?
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    13 Jul '19 07:25
    @mott-the-hoople said
    What is the humane solution for the person separated from their family because of selling illegal drugs, robbing a bank ect? Is it going to be inhumane to separate jeff Epstein from his family?
    Oooh, let’s equate being an undocumented family in the US, with being a sex trafficker of minors, and we can do whatever we want with them.

    This explains why some call them invaders. Same old story.
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    12 Jul '19 13:28
    @livineasy4 said
    Simple envy of a superpower and the exceptionalism like none other in the world. I’d love to send a picture of our overflowing grocery stores to you foreigners. My wife yesterday asked me to get a gallon of milk. Had to CALL her from the milk section because there were too many varieties to pick from.
    Milk is one of the most heavily federally subsidized consumer products in the US economy.

    https://www.investors.com/politics/editorials/dairy-subsidies-government-farm-programs-surplus-cheese/

    “What makes the dairy industry different is decades of government efforts to "support" dairy farmers with various subsidy schemes. The 2014 farm bill did away with old federal price support programs, but replaced them with heavily subsidized insurance that essentially guarantees margins for those who sign up. This year, the dairy industry successfully lobbied Congress to expand this subsidy program.”

    This translates to higher actual prices ...and gumment control!
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    12 Jul '19 13:06
    @patzering said
    He was making a point.
    We never go without.
    “We never go without.”

    Troll bait.
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    @mott-the-hoople said
    LOL... idiot!
    Does anyone here NOT want to solve these immigration problems as humanely as possible?

    Yesterday I observed an example of a young child undergoing extremely traumatic separation anxiety, boarding a flight. The airline had booked the father, mother, and child in separate parts of the cabin, and the parents were trying to coax the child into accepting this for the 4-hour flight. The child was close to “melt down”. Many of us know what that means. Several fellow passengers worked out a solution to the problem such that the child sat with his mother. The flight attendants did not participate in the problem solving, probably as a matter of policy. But it was clear that no one objected to caring about the child’s well being and solving the problem humanely.

    So my second question is, why would anyone think (insert your name here) does not want to solve these immigration problems as humanely as possible, when, faced with a real circumstance, people do care? ? What would cause them to think that of you?
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    10 Jul '19 18:161 edit
    @mott-the-hoople said
    "the atlantic'

    do you really expect me to take you seriously?
    Mott, I did once. No more. I have put that much together.
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    10 Jul '19 15:34
    @js357 said
    I am trying to imagine how a program called All Illegals Must Go would actually be carried out. Have the people whose ideas you respect put out a detailed proposal you can cite?
    By way of example of a reasoned approach to part of the problem, look at

    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/11/migration-proposal-help-both-us-and-mexico/576781/

    Written by a card-carrying conservative.

    I don’t expect to get through to anyone, but...
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    10 Jul '19 15:12
    @mott-the-hoople said
    Its just that I see what the democrats are doing to try to stay in power. This illegal business must stop. It is sad children get caught up in this, but, US citizens have children too. Illegals using birthright citizenship is an abused law, actually being misapplied.

    There is a legal way to do this. ALL illegals must go!
    I am trying to imagine how a program called All Illegals Must Go would actually be carried out. Have the people whose ideas you respect put out a detailed proposal you can cite?
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    10 Jul '19 14:07
    @duchess64 said
    The sneering troll Earl-of-Trumps fails to grasp JS357's hint.

    "lol, don't pay attention to caissad4, he's trolling. he knows I'm not a liberal."
    --Earl-of-Trumps

    It's well-known here that Caissad4 is NOT a 'he'.
    Other factoids about Caissad4:

    Caissa is a mythical Thracian dryad portrayed as the goddess of chess

    1. d4 is by far, her favorite opening as white.
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    10 Jul '19 13:45
    @mott-the-hoople said
    so you have a problem with US citizens not paying for foreign invaders?
    You are hostage to the terminology you are being fed.

    I don’t like the collateral damage. Thousands of US citizens, largely children, birthright citizens. If they are going to grow to be productive adults, the kind you want them to be, they need a safe secure childhood. Don’t you think?
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    09 Jul '19 17:032 edits
    Quote: ...the proposal targets 25,000 families that now receive such aid because they are of "mixed" status, which means that at least one member of the family is undocumented while the others are citizens or legal residents. These families now pay higher rents to account for their mixed status. Under the new rule, those families would lose all of their housing aid, such as vouchers and public housing. An impact analysis by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which proposed the rule, acknowledges that the change could have a devastating impact. It says that 108,000 people would be affected. About 70% of them are citizens or legal residents and three-quarters of those — 55,000 — are children.
    Unquote

    https://www.npr.org/2019/05/10/722173775/proposed-rule-could-evict-55-000-children-from-subsidized-housing

    I imagine there to be a contest going on in the WH to reward WH staff to come up with ways to torment the needy. So what if some US citizens and legal residents get burned?
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    08 Jul '19 20:02
    @duchess64 said
    I quoted lyrics from the song 'I Know Him So Well' in the musical 'Chess'.
    Yes I found it.
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