Skip to comments.How to repair Immigration, ISIS and Voter Fraud problems.
Posted on 08/24/2016 7:18:32 PM PDT by Leo Carpathian
How to repair Immigration, ISIS and Voter Fraud problems.
I am the one who had to go through incapable government procedures to become legal resident of this magnificent country - the (former) beacon of freedom and justice in the world. I see talking heads, professors and government geniuses analyzing and trying to "comprehensively" fix the problem of illegal immigration with no results. We have illegals crossing the borders, visitors overstaying visas, people trying to share the American Dream by ignoring the laws. Politicians are talking about the problem, but not fixing it, making it worse, result of the typical government bureaucracy, incapable or not wanting of running anything right. Democrats need confused voters, Republican donors need cheap labor, immigrants want piece of American Pie. What is the problem? 1. Millions of illegals in US 2. Government inefficiency 3. Lack of proper IDs and tracking 4. Law enforcement crippled 5. Illegals, ISIS, Voter Fraud
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Nope — not going to any facebook link to read more.
Enforce the law. Build the wall.
Put H->! in the clink as Job #1.
Facebook’s out for me too. Never going there again.
The hell with showing ID to vote. I want fingerprint verification and a 10 yr minimum sentence for any and all who try to vote illegally.
Id’s can be fake.
Don’t forget eye scan.
If Brietbart wants me to read, they need to put it on their own web site.
Facebook will only tie you to a “right-wing” attitude and manipulate you and your connected friends toward not voting for Trump.
You are marked for life, as are your friends.
Followed by a full bi-follicle test. Then maybe... You get to vote.
I’d be good with that.
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