Discussion in 'Politics' started by georgephillip, May 21, 2016.
Thinning hair vs. lying bitch.
Would be nice, but it's never going to happen.
The hearing will take 5 minutes, and they can appeal it from Mexico.
Why? Why not! Go to the Home Depot in any state and see how many without birth certificates get jobs from home owners and contractors.
If you are capable, and really wonder "why?", post why not in the form of a rebuttal. Being a smart ass doesn't make you smart, just an ass.
as opposed to...
The next Air Force One?
NBC Covers Up Evidence of Immigration Crime Wave
The report tallies approximately 3 million arrest offenses attached to the incarcerated criminal alien population. Of these offenses, half a million were drug related, 70,000 were sexual offenses, 213,000 were for assault, 125,000 were for larceny/theft, and 25,000 were for homicides. Based on the GAO’s sample of criminal aliens, they estimated that their study population of 249,000 criminal aliens was arrested about 1.7 million times, averaging about 7 arrests per criminal alien.
By definition, not one one of these crimes would have occurred absent the immigrant who committed it – in other words, without admitting these individuals, there would have been at least 70,000 fewer sexual assaults, 25,000 fewer slayings, 125,000 fewer robberies, and so forth.
According to the GAO report, just looking at the federal prison population, of 51,000 criminal aliens incarcerated in federal prison in December 2010, 68 percent were citizens of Mexico, and almost 90 percent were from one of seven Latin American countries: Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. Mr. Todd and his research staff apparently also did not see the recent U.S. Sentencing Commission data that showed that although illegal aliens only account for 3.5 percent of the U.S. population, they accounted for 36.7 percent of federal sentences in Fiscal Year 2014.
Mr. Todd and his research staff were also apparently not aware that, in 2009, 57 percent of the 76 fugitive murderers most wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) were foreign-born (either illegal aliens or aliens given visas).
Perhaps even more shocking, but not mentioned by Mr. Todd or his staff, is that although six times more U.S. residents are U.S.-born than foreign-born, foreign-born are responsible for four-times more terrorism convictions. Or, put another way, 13.5% of the population is responsible for 64% of terrorism convictions. The vast majority of the foreign-born present in the United States are granted entrance as part of our nation’s historic dispensation of millions of visas to foreign workers, their families, and lifetime immigrants seeking permanent settlement inside the United States.
Because if we had ICE that was doing it's jobs, illegals would be afraid to hang out at Home Depot looking for illegal work for fear of being picked up and deported.
And illegal would be employers would be afraid to try to hire potential undercover cops.
Trump wins, puts some one in charge of ICE that actually wants to get the job done and we can do that.
That is why not.
One obvious source of deportation. Once they serve their time, release them back where they came from.
Hell, their "probation" can just be, stay the fuck out of the country. If you are found back in the country, you are in violation of your parole.
Ohhhh the melodrama.
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