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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 1, 2017 04:49 PM
but it was...
the law was ah set aside so families of illegal workers could be here with their husbands.

for fifteen years our politicians have argued -yawn- until tired of what to do with ah o....-headshake....why would anyone trust the way weve been governed. I hear no one insisting the result of our governing, these people should be sent off into the wilderness, banished in shame forever....but main stream media inciting separation and fear of being law abiding....except you. Trump has done away with the lottery ticket for anyone who can cross the border and get a job...not the consequence of the insult to everyone anywhere in the world wanting heritage American not bordered next door. why do you insist on suggesting and seeing what does not exist...? quit making US responsible
for the whole worlds wants...we cant even get ours addressed.


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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 1, 2017 06:17 PM << Modifed November 1 at 6:28PM >>
Data illustrate that DACA recipients are making significant contributions to the economy by buying cars and first homes, which translate into more revenue for states and localities in the form of sales and property taxes. Some are even using their entrepreneurial talents to help create new jobs and further spur economic growth by starting their own businesses.

The positive wage effect of DACA is also significant. The data show that DACA increased recipients average hourly wages by 42 percent. Given that higher wages translate into higher tax revenue and economic growth. Many are pursuing educational opportunities that were previously unavailable to them. The majors, specializations, and training that DACA recipients are pursuing include early childhood education, biochemistry, computer science, creative writing, graphic design, neuroscience, nursing, social work, and urban planning, among many others.

DACA has promoted educational and employment outcomes and has been a major driver of economic growth for individuals and families, as well as cities and states that reap the benefits of new tax dollars from large purchases and new jobs.

Surveys report that DACA has improved the lives of the recipient and their families, as well as a great contribution to the economy and are actually model citizens of humanity. Driven, motivated to achieve a better life for themselves and family. Shouldn?t we as United States citizens be proud that we have served in the capacity of helping our fellow man to achieve their dreams? I am just trying to figure out line of reasoning, is this a bad thing?


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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 12:01 AM
I think you've listed the things they don't like about the DACA Dreamers, Jimi.

DJ, It's interesting how your theory of evolution works in reverse. Over millennia humans have evolved into lizards to fit with your Luciferian Legacy. What happened to the lizard seeds?

Lizards, Lilith, Lucifer, The Tree of Life. The Bloodline according to Revelations, the Serpent's seed is seeking to establish the False Prophet and New World Order at the end of the Apocalypse, in the biblical end-times.

Therein lies the rub--the difference between science and myth. Scientists develop a theory and then conduct painstaking experiments and scrupulous research to find all evidence to prove and disprove their theory. Mythologists develop a theory and then make stuff up from whole wool and the dark corners of their mind then spin it into ambiguous allegories to support their theory. See the difference?

The real battle being waged is between truth and lies, not good and evil. The apocalyptic struggle is a lot simpler when it's framed in facts, wouldn't you agree?





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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 02:26 AM
... but far more boring!

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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 02:39 AM << Modifed November 2 at 2:47AM >>
Agreed, alternative facts are more fun.


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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 02:47 AM
You've got to admit finding a way to alleviate boredom is an excellent point if facts are the point of reference. Myself I've found the alternative facts got stale very fast, and science is stymied at the moment too. We do need those two points for the arc to jump between. Hmmm. I've never really thought about it before. Any ideas?

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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 03:25 AM
Nope, I'm stymied. Must be because I'm stuck in the rut of my boring reality-based existence. I was going to suggest we could send some blokes out into the desert to roam around for a while until they got heat stroke, and get them pissed on really bad wine. Then we could have them write down some really far-out stories, and recruit a bunch of "prophets" to go around spreading the good news. But it's already been done


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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 05:30 AM
Why, glory be! Heavens to Betsy! Bless my bunion! And shiver me timber!

The voice of one crying out in the wilderness: 'Out! Out of my wilderness, I say! Out!' (Or maybe he just got bitten by a desert scorpion?)

It has been revealed to me--some might argue, by the spirit in the 40oz bottle I've been nursing and by the copious amounts of hashish that have miraculously been laying about--that we ought to--nay, indeed, must--savor the phenomenon of President Trump, whilst we still have him.

The world--nay, the cosmic universe--will never again see the likes of the conflation of farcical horror uniquely embodied in the entity of one leader.
Hitler tried, but failed in the comic department.

Now, I'm not saying that Trump is Hitler--I mean no disrespect to the latter.

America is the land of dreams...where dreamers are not welcome.
(Einstein ya way outta that conundrum, Get Smart.)

Ahhh, but what do I know? I've been guzzling fluoridated water all me life ....
(I still contend '1' and '1' make either the letters 'L', 'T', 'V', or 'X'--obviously.)

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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 12:17 PM


Its so easy to sit in one's living room and decide what's to happen to people you've never liked in the beginning...and that's what I see here...there are some that have made it clear that Muslims are terrorists, Mexicans are rapist, and they all need to be deported...what else would we expect from those that adore their president, and are willing to follow whatever he says, and does.

What has been forgotten is these are human beings, young people, and some children, that were brought to this country, not by their choice, but know no other country at all.

There comes a time when common sense and decency has to become the answer to this question of what to do for them...everyone here, that wants to stand on their soapbox, speaking to how horrible it would be to just allow all of these people, some that may have been allowed to remain here, through the program that identifies them and their lifestyle, to continue living in the only place they've ever known.

Also this is a political site, and since we all have our own beliefs, I would hope we could keep those beliefs where they belong on the religion site.

As for me, I don't believe these people should live in fear of being deported, its a horrible thought and a very cruel one...trump doesn't care about anything but having his way, and winning...I hope he doesn't get his way this time...yes there should be discussion and decisions made about what to do, but trump's not human enough to even consider how they would be effected, he just doesn't give a damn..plain and simple.

Just Some Thoughts!


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RE: What Trump Supporters Say
Reply on November 2, 2017 03:12 PM
Hey just some thoughts....you?ve heard no one here say that....or I would have. You know what I?m sick of Vicky.... people promoting lies and their twisted fears on shoulders of the guilty of daring to disagree with the likes of you.just Like the new commercial of rebels running down children you color way out of line and know no boundaries sacred. Just some truth

   
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