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  • Originally posted by User Name View Post
    Not when the situation they're fleeing from makes it worth the risk.
    That doesn't resonate with some people sitting comfortably in an armchair in front of their computer...
    Well this is fun isn't it?

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    • Originally posted by User Name View Post
      Not when the situation they're fleeing from makes it worth the risk.
      What situation were they fleeing from in Mexico?

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      • Originally posted by ok doser View Post
        What situation were they fleeing from in Mexico?
        Extreme poverty for one.

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        • Originally posted by User Name View Post
          Extreme poverty for one.
          And how was that going to be different in the US?

          Did they have jobs waiting for them?

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          • The embarrassing epilogue to the media’s obsession with Hillary Clinton’s emails
            Maybe Clinton’s emails shouldn’t have been covered as if they were the single most important issue facing 2016 voters?


            We can all finally stop worrying about Hillary Clinton’s emails.

            Last week, Congress received a brief, nine-page report from the State Department, which summarizes the department’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email account to conduct work business while she was secretary of state. The report can be fairly summarized in two sentences: She shouldn’t have done that. But it wasn’t that big of a deal.

            Thus, America finally has closure on a minor scandal that many of the nation’s most powerful and influential news editors treated as if it were the most important issue facing voters in the 2016 election. “In just six days,” according to an analysis of 2016 coverage published in the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), “the New York Times ran as many cover stories about Hillary Clinton’s emails as they did about all policy issues combined in the 69 days leading up to the election.” And the Times was hardly alone in this regard.






            Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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            • Originally posted by ok doser View Post
              And how was that going to be different in the US?

              Did they have jobs waiting for them?
              Pretty much, yes: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/11/u...t-workers.html

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              • Originally posted by User Name View Post
                you linked to a story about 3 million unemployed illegals

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                • According to a new study in the journal Science, the Trump administration is responsible for the largest reduction of protected public lands in history. Their moves are strategic: “The pace at which they are doing this is by design. Nobody can keep up.”

                  Open for Business: The Trump Revolution on America’s Public Lands
                  The Trump administration is systematically remaking U.S. policies toward public lands, moving aggressively to open protected areas for development – from the Boundary Waters of Minnesota, to the red rock country of Utah, to the nation’s largest national forest in Alaska.


                  Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                  • The Laying of Hands on the Hypocrite. -- Washington, D.C. 2019

                    Blessed be thy hush money, mayest all quid pro quos be thine, and mayest thy falsehoods persuade the multitudes.

                    Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                    • Children were told to 'build the wall' at White House Staff Halloween party

                      WASHINGTON — A Halloween party on Oct. 25 at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building featured candy, paper airplanes and — concerning for some attendees — a station where children were encouraged to help “Build the Wall” with their own personalized bricks.

                      The party, which took place inside the office building used by White House staff, included the families of executive-branch employees and VIP guests inside and outside government. Even though many of the attendees were members of President Trump’s administration, not everyone thought the Halloween game was a treat. “Horrified. We were horrified,” said a person who was there and requested anonymity to avoid professional retaliation.

                      The Eisenhower Executive Office Building stands across from the White House and houses a large portion of the West Wing support staff and is home to the vice president’s ceremonial office. The “Build the Wall” mural was on the first floor, outside the speechwriter’s office and next to the office of digital strategy and featured red paper bricks, each bearing the name of a child.



                      Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                      • do you think we should have open borders?

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