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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #25 on: March 14, 2019, 12:39:05 PM »
Which is the bigger negative?   Shutting down the border so that unvetted invaders, criminals, gang members, and some possibly even future terrorists, cannot enter and create mayhem?  Or ...not doing what has become necessary due to the deliberate orchestration by our enemies without AND within ...to protect the legal citizens of America.   You already know where my vote lands.

Protecting American citizens is no. 326 on the Chamber of Commerce list of priorities.

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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #26 on: March 14, 2019, 12:55:01 PM »
Protecting American citizens is no. 326 on the Chamber of Commerce list of priorities.

Right.  And thwarting da orange dude is probably numero uno on that list.
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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #27 on: March 14, 2019, 03:13:48 PM »
Which is the bigger negative?   Shutting down the border so that unvetted invaders, criminals, gang members, and some possibly even future terrorists, cannot enter and create mayhem?  Or ...not doing what has become necessary due to the deliberate orchestration by our enemies without AND within ...to protect the legal citizens of America.   You already know where my vote lands.

If policy was strictly governed by doing the right thing the border would have been closed a long time ago. I'm sure we both recognize that economic interests play a strong role in what politicians will support and won't support.

 
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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #28 on: March 14, 2019, 09:19:21 PM »
The difference being the thought doesn't fill me with delight.
Delight is the wrong word.  It's more akin to the satisfaction I feel when any despicable criminal is served a heaping spoonful of justice.
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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #29 on: March 16, 2019, 08:52:40 PM »
I believe the official term is.... dysfunctional.   Quite honestly, I don't understand why the hell Trump doesn't just shut down the borders until the "flood" is ended and until the crisis can be handled adequately.   What's he afraid of?  It's not like it could get any worse for him in Congress.   :shrug:

Trump signed away his right to secure the border.  El Paso is one of the cities that rejects the wall.  As written in the bill he signed he gave them the right to reject it.  But they are a huge illegal crossing area.

As El Paso region sees surge in migrant crossings, nonprofit groups' support services feel the strain
The surge of migrants illegally crossing into Texas has continued as the Trump administration has tried to crack down on asylum-seekers.
by Julián Aguilar Feb. 28, 201912 AM

SUNLAND PARK, N.M. — The statue of Mount Cristo Rey standing over this small border community is the site of an annual pilgrimage near the Texas-New Mexico state lines, where tens of thousands gather each October to celebrate their Catholic faith and honor the sacrifices it demands.
This month, however, the site bore witness to a different type of mission, one that immigrant rights groups say is borne out of necessity and desperation.
On Feb. 11, U.S. Border Patrol agents in the El Paso sector apprehended 311 undocumented migrants near the site of the famed statue. That same day, more than 330 people were apprehended in Antelope Wells, New Mexico. And on Tuesday, Border Patrol agents came across 180 migrants in Sunland Park, adding to the number of large groups that sector agents have encountered this fiscal year, when such figures are tallied.
Through Wednesday, Border Patrol agents in the El Paso sector have encountered at least 29 groups of migrants of 100 or more people.............

https://www.texastribune.org/2019/02/28/el-paso-sector-migrants-crossings-catholic-support/
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Re: ICE Officers Giving Up On Trump Over Catch And Release
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2019, 09:12:07 PM »
Delight is the wrong word.  It's more akin to the satisfaction I feel when any despicable criminal is served a heaping spoonful of justice.

So would ‘aroused’ would be more appropriate?


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