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Should the unaccompanied minors coming across the border from Central America be deported immediately or allowed to stay in the United States, pending a hearing?

  1. Deported immediately.
  2. Be given a hearing.
 
 
 
 
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FreedomRings

Jul-22-14 11:05 AM

ThisPaperIsPurePropaganda

a cowardly approach for dialogue, wouldn't you agree garr?

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locomotive

Jul-21-14 8:51 AM

Thank you, billgrr. I see you're in fine form as usual on this Monday of Mondays...

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locomotive

Jul-21-14 8:25 AM

Boston Globe 7-16-14

"(Mass. Gov. Deval) Patrick, who is personally close with Obama, on Wednesday pointedly did not criticize the administration’s handling of the border crisis."

So libs make it a point NOT to listen to their constituents or fellow administrative officials, and instead stick with their friends.

Very nice...

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locomotive

Jul-21-14 8:23 AM

"Worcester Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis — also in Texas this week — said the best way to deter more families from crossing the border is to return them quickly to their home countries before the surge overwhelms states.

"'The border patrol told us today that they just sent back a couple of planeloads of people and that it was becoming huge news down there,' he said. 'The people who are paying the Mexican drug cartels for easy access to the U.S. need to see that they can be sent back.'"

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locomotive

Jul-21-14 8:19 AM

Boston Herald 7-17-14

“As long as there are signals being sent out that people can come here illegally and we’re just going to take care of them, then they’re just going to keep on coming,” (Mass.) Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson said yesterday from the Texas border on a fact-finding tour. “Neither the president nor the governor have come down to the border to see what’s happening — had they taken the time to come down, they would understand why sending people to Massachusetts is not the answer.”

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locomotive

Jul-21-14 7:48 AM

PJinfinity assigns massive powers of deletion to those who don't care to agree with him.

billgrr quotes somebody, anybody, that will uphold the current administration's policy of border non-security and dreamerism.

I see it's another typical Monday at the MDN...

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BillGarr2016

Jul-20-14 10:27 PM

"I believe that one day we will have to answer for our actions and our inaction's. My faith teaches that 'if a stranger dwells with you in your land, you shall not mistreat him,' but rather 'love him as yourself; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt,'"

Gov. Deval Patrick

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locomotive

Jul-20-14 9:10 PM

Trolls are hungry and live under bridges, anger.

They can't feed themselves, poor things.

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angeR69

Jul-20-14 8:32 PM

I think somebody's fishing for a reaction...

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angeR69

Jul-20-14 1:11 AM

"You probably should not point fingers so readily since three of them are pointing at you."

If you don't mind, may I ask? How did you lose the rest of them?

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angeR69

Jul-20-14 1:05 AM

My apologies. I think I took it a bit to far when I implied that you were willfully ignorant. I realize now you probably can't help it.

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centerfield

Jul-19-14 11:29 PM

Gosh, anger, you are sooooo eloquent. I am amazed. You did not answer the question before, you smoozzed around it. But, you DID answer the question now. So, get rid of the garbage at the end. The law provides for that deportation you are so worried about. I never talked about only following parts of the law, that was Faux News. You follow the talking points too much. Now as to your comment about the "willfully ignorant", that is really in poor taste considering you have not expressed much for intelligent discussion and no facts at all on this topic. You probably should not point fingers so readily since three of them are pointing at you.

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JackAaah

Jul-19-14 5:57 PM

and we still don't demand the truth...I like you are justa happy our president can hide behind, and hide the facts, with executive privilege...

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JackAaah

Jul-19-14 2:54 PM

PJ...I'm sure glad that ABC locked up all copies, in Hillary's lockbox, of 'The Path to 9-11' so that the public will not know the real truth about it's cause...so that we of the Democrat Party can continue to blame Booosh....we do NOT want to know the real reason it happened...and we know Hillz will never allow for it's re-release, so she can move forword with us...

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angeR69

Jul-19-14 11:53 AM

"If you don't have the stomach to give an honest answer, say so."

No, what I can't stomach is continuing to educate the willfully ignorant.

"So, lets compare the path to citizenship with children/babies coming from a country that was the focus of the 2008 law. You can pretend to intellectually dance around the question so you can blame Obama/liberals but you cannot deal with the facts."

I've given you a direct answer. Yes, follow the law. As flawed as it is, follow it. But don't just follow the parts of it that you like. The law includes provisions for deportation.

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angeR69

Jul-19-14 11:25 AM

Hey, look what we have here. I'm not sure if either of you are capable of understanding this, but two half-wits do not equal a whole. In fact, the inverse is true. The more idiots you introduce to a conversation, the more idiotic the conversation gets.

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PoeticJustice7

Jul-18-14 1:34 PM

Under Bush, we pre-emptively waged war against Iraq to find imaginary WMD -- but the TeaPubs were silent. They stayed the course, even voting for Bush AGAIN.

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PoeticJustice7

Jul-18-14 1:30 PM

Under Bush, our entire economy collapsed -- nobody said a word.

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PoeticJustice7

Jul-18-14 1:29 PM

Yeah, where was all this angst, anger and patriotic indignation when Bush was in the White House?

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centerfield

Jul-18-14 11:06 AM

Speaking of violating the law, do you have time to talk about Bush and the illegal policies that you supported when he was out there. Again, two posts and no answer. If you don't have the stomach to give an honest answer, say so. We expect it of the right wing and of you. So, lets compare the path to citizenship with children/babies coming from a country that was the focus of the 2008 law. You can pretend to intellectually dance around the question so you can blame Obama/liberals but you cannot deal with the facts. Just look at your post of 1:37 am. Are there "any" facts there? Suppose you post the justifications for your suppositions or is it just plucked out of thin--- fox news/rush---air. So, do you violate the law or not??? Simple question for a simple person.

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ThisPaperIsPurePropaganda

Jul-18-14 10:57 AM

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angeR69

Jul-18-14 1:40 AM

"will most assuredly be the end result."

Amnesty for all will most assuredly be the end result.

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angeR69

Jul-18-14 1:37 AM

"Now, it is really an easy question. Violate the current law or not."

The law? You actually care about the law now?

If you're referring to Wilberforce, you're right... it set the stage for everything that's going on right now. Yes, Republicans are every bit as much to blame for it as are the Democrats. It needs to be repealed or amended.

But the part your leaving out, Miss Information, is that as bad as the law may be, Wilberforce still lays out provisions for deportation.

But your dear leader is sending out the message through his words and through his deeds that it is okay to enter the US illegally. Deportation will not be enforced. He has already, by administrative fiat in 2012, deferred deportation proceedings for minors entering the country illegally who have maintained continuous residence in the US since 2007. You don't think that sends a message?

will most assuredly be the end result.

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centerfield

Jul-17-14 11:04 AM

Well, good sidestep, anger. Now, it is really an easy question. Violate the current law or not. The rest of the statement is out there. But, what do you expect from the right.

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angeR69

Jul-17-14 10:44 AM

"Hmmm, two blogs and not a word on the question of deportation or stay? Diversion? Must be. What is your answer to the question."

As if staying on topic ever mattered on this site... If your concern is that of strict adherence to the topic, you better tell your lefty buddies. They're experts at taking the conversation off course.

You want an answer. It's quite simple. First stop the inflow, by whatever means necessary. Then deal with the ones who are already here, whether that solution calls for compassion or a hard line, amnesty or deportation, you can't fix a problem unless you deal with it at the root level.

----- The preceding message was not a blog. -----

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