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  • Donald Trump Wants To Build A Border Wall And Ted Cruz Agrees

    07/04/2015 5:09:06 AM PDT · 9 of 24
    Pollster1 to Cringing Negativism Network

    The wall should be built, but the answer is in the rule of law.

    We need to detail illegals who are caught, not release them pending a hearing that they will not bother attending. They should be held at the border until a hearing, which should take minutes, not weeks. We need a law saying illegals should then be fingerprinted, DNA-swabbed, retina-scanned, and permanently denied any path to citizenship or even legal entry. Illegals should be deported, with assets (if any) seized up to the cost of the hearings and deportation. Out of respect for the rule of law, we should return (after taxes) the remainder of their assets into an account in their home countries.

    We should enforce employment laws, imposing the maximum legal penalty per illegal employee on employers paying under minimum wage or other employers who know or should have known that their employees were illegal aliens. We may be required by humanitarian values or by law to provide education and medical care to illegals, but Immigration officials should pick up illegals at school or follow them home to collect them with their families, and they should be sent to their home counties.

    We need a law that “sanctuary cities” will be denied federal funds up to the cost of enforcing immigration law in those cities, and then Immigration officers should make a special effort to round up the concentrated illegals in those cities. The survival of our country depends on the rule of law, and we need to restore that standard - admittedly an impossible task until the petty tyrant in our White House is removed from the office he has usurped, on january 20, 2017.

  • Complete 6-part Revolutionary War series free on YouTube

    07/03/2015 6:59:58 PM PDT · 18 of 26
    Pollster1 to ETL

    It is quite a good series; however, the parallels with today are frightening. We could remain united for another generation, or, with the right mistakes from someone who wants to fundamentally transform a free country into something completely different, we could enter our second civil war within an incredibly short time.

    I pray that we can both protect our freedom and avoid that war, but I know which of the two is more important.

  • Owner of Maine inn made $900,000 through essay contest

    07/03/2015 6:53:43 PM PDT · 4 of 10
    Pollster1 to Daffynition

    I don’t see why this is a state police issue, and it looks like the investigators agreed after the liberal sore losers whined. She seems to have delivered on the deal as advertised, and that is better than our politicians do.

  • Malia Obama Will Work on Set of “Girls” With Planned Parenthood Spokeswoman Lena Dunham

    07/03/2015 5:46:37 PM PDT · 17 of 20
    Pollster1 to itssme
    Frank Davis . . . history is now repeating itself

    Agreed. I don't know (or care about) the details of Michelle's childhood, but when I see a woman with that much anger and that much enthusiasm for abortion, it's rare to see that she cares about children who survived the womb any more than she cares about the ones murdered by their mothers. The decision to expose their daughter to this woman confirms my expectations about her.

  • State Silences Bakers Who Refused to Make Cake for Lesbian Couple, Fines Them $135K

    07/03/2015 3:47:51 PM PDT · 83 of 91
    Pollster1 to wideminded
    But perhaps it would cost even more to fight it.

    The cost of not fighting it is the death of freedom. We have to fight this - whether in court, in the media (except that speaking about it is now illegal), at the polls, or . . .

  • Malia Obama Will Work on Set of “Girls” With Planned Parenthood Spokeswoman Lena Dunham

    07/03/2015 3:33:02 PM PDT · 10 of 20
    Pollster1 to smoothsailing

    Considering that Lena Dunham admitted to molesting a young girl, I’d agree. I always thought Barack and Michelle Obama were the kind of people who would leave their daughters with a pedophile. I’m not surprised to see them prove me right.

  • Complete 6-part Revolutionary War series free on YouTube

    07/03/2015 3:19:17 PM PDT · 2 of 26
    Pollster1 to ETL

    I’m not watching that show. History might expose me to the Confederate Battle Flag, which would be bad. I’ll get my facts from Hillary, Obama, and MSNBC, since they are unbiased and they know what I need to know.

  • State Silences Bakers Who Refused to Make Cake for Lesbian Couple, Fines Them $135K

    07/03/2015 9:57:54 AM PDT · 59 of 91
    Pollster1 to Truth29

    I should be past the point of being shocked after six years of Obama, but I’m not. The idea of a judge violating two separate parts of the First Amendment simultaneously. to coerce Americans into working in violation of their religious beliefs, against their will, and not talking about their rights being trampled, is both shocking and disgusting. I hope this judge experiences justice on the receiving end (preferably in a Nuremberg-style trial in a real court once freedom is restored), since he is too evil to dispense it from the bench.

  • State Silences Bakers Who Refused to Make Cake for Lesbian Couple, Fines Them $135K

    07/03/2015 9:56:31 AM PDT · 5 of 24
    Pollster1 to NRx

    I should be past the point of being shocked after six years of Obama, but I’m not. The idea of a judge violating two separate parts of the First Amendment simultaneously. to coerce Americans into working against their will, is both shocking and disgusting. I hope this judge experiences justice on the receiving end (preferably in a Nuremberg-style trial in a real court once freedom is restored), since he is too evil to dispense it from the bench.

  • Smaller Majority "Extremely Proud" to Be an American

    07/03/2015 8:55:26 AM PDT · 11 of 42
    Pollster1 to pfflier

    Public radio did a story yesterday in response to Independence Day. I listed just long enough to catch traffic reports and then hear them talk about how bad the Founding Fathers were in their treatment of the Indians after the Revolutionary War. I should know better than to listen to them; I was hoping for something positive - as if that was even a remote possibility.

  • White House Asks That You Ruin Your Family BBQ with ObamaCare

    07/03/2015 8:24:11 AM PDT · 31 of 34
    Pollster1 to Kid Shelleen

    You: How’s that affordable care that Obama, Pelosi, and Reid created just for you?

    Uncle Ted: I got the Obamacare insurance that you worked so hard to make mandatory.

    You: Isn’t it everything we promised?

    Uncle Ted: Insurance isn’t the same as medical care. There’s only two doctors within fifty miles who take this insurance. The rest were listed as what the local Obamacare Navigator calls “administrative errors”.

    You: But that’s still okay, since you only need to see one doctor. Right?

    Uncle Ted: When I needed a doctor, it took nine days to get in, and I lost work for a week.

    You: But you got in?

    Uncle Ted: Yeah. He told me I had strep and finally put me on antibiotics. It took four more days before I could actually work.

    You: Yeah, but it’s working better for Aunt Sally, isn’t it?

    Aunt Sally: My insurance hasn’t done any harm, since I haven’t needed a doctor.

    You: But you have insurance, and you didn’t used to.

    Aunt Sally: True. I also have a part-time job when I used to be full time. The company cut half the workers back to 29 hours a week.

    You: But it’s worth it. You’re covered if you need it.

    Aunt Sally: I’m covered. After a $6000 deductible, I’m covered for 70% of the costs. In my entire life I’ve never spent that much on insurance, and I didn’t even take the insurance card out of the envelope. And, if I need it, I’m liable for 30% of the bills after I pay my deductible. It’s not like I can afford to use insurance like that.

  • [Macon, GA] Catholic School Teacher Fired for Same-Sex Marriage Files Federal Lawsuit

    07/03/2015 6:14:41 AM PDT · 5 of 27
    Pollster1 to markomalley

    Flint Dollar (is that a male-stripper name or a male-prostitute name?) is a shockingly evil person. Someone engaged in homosexual sex is sinful and vio0lating God’s will, but not necessarily evil. A person who would attempt to force the Catholic Church, or any religious institution, to violate a central tenet of their faith is evil. I hope this predator receives justice soon.

  • White House: Have you talked to your family about ObamaCare lately?

    07/02/2015 8:23:38 PM PDT · 27 of 35
    Pollster1 to 2ndDivisionVet

    I’ve talked with my family about Obamacare - frequently, including tonight over dinner. We discussed what was wrong with the federal government ordering people to buy a product they do not want from a private company. We discussed the damage that Obamacare will do to the sick, including slowing the pace of medical research in all areas other than cutting costs. The family consensus is that Obamacare supporters are either uninformed or evil; there is no respectable excuse for approving of such a law.

  • Has capitalism had its day?

    07/02/2015 5:47:58 PM PDT · 52 of 53
    Pollster1 to Citizen Zed

    I cannot imagine anything worse for the poor, the uneducated, and those in the third world than a replacement for capitalism. Once capitalism goes, they will find out just how rough life (or for many death) can be.

  • Supreme Court Refusal Protects Illegal Immigrants' "Right to Vote"

    07/02/2015 5:45:46 PM PDT · 32 of 41
    Pollster1 to detective

    Perhaps republican states could offer a crime-stoppers bounty on illegal voters. Call in information on an illegal who registered to vote, and the state pays you a reward. It would be worth a whole lot to America to get rid of those criminals, and most laws allow monetary fines along with prison time for serious crimes. The fines to the criminal could easily cover the rewards to decent Americans.

  • Sweet Cakes final order: Gresham Bakery must pay $135,000 (Oregon)

    07/02/2015 5:40:02 PM PDT · 95 of 117
    Pollster1 to aimhigh

    Brad Avakian is a shockingly evil petty tyrant, but he at least claims to be married to a woman - Deborah Lynn Avakian. I hope he finds his life empty and lonely as all decent people shun him forever. His crimes against these innocent Christians are unforgivable - vindictive, relentless, and continued over an exceptionally long time during which any decent person would have recognized the enormity of the persecution.

  • How Goldwater and Reagan Responded to Defeat

    07/02/2015 5:22:37 PM PDT · 3 of 8
    Pollster1 to gwjack
    I hope the Conservative candidate will remain faithful to the heritage of "political courage and commitment to principle."

    For that to happen, we have to have a conservative candidate. This is by far the most important presidential election in our history. If we elect a conservative, Obamacare can be repealed and we can restore the rule of law. If not, there are no peaceable options for restoring freedom. I will be putting all of the time and money I can behi9nd the strongest remaining conservative - Cruz for now, Walker if Cruz fails, and myself preparing for the inevitable if neither wins. I hope others on FR will also put everything they have into protecting America.

  • Happy Birthday and Condolences, America (1776-2008)

    07/02/2015 7:51:05 AM PDT · 6 of 26
    Pollster1 to fwdude

    Ben Franklin knew it was our choice. Our neighbors voted for Obama in large enough numbers to put him within the margin of fraud. The knight in Indiana Jones has a message for us:

  • ICE in Las Vegas arrests 25 non-citizens accused of crimes

    07/02/2015 7:42:26 AM PDT · 10 of 10
    Pollster1 to Forty-Niner
    I say that 3 time losers need to suffer the ultimate penalty for their continued crime spree against the American public

    You are much more generous than I am. On a first offense, I would consider illegal entry into our country an aggravating circumstance that should mandate the maximum penalty for the offense, to be served either here or (if we could trust the criminal's home government) in the appropriate third-world prison. On a second offense, I'd go with your recommendation. A third offense for illegal invaders should never happen.

  • How Obamacare could lead inadvertently to free market health care

    07/02/2015 7:37:05 AM PDT · 12 of 18
    Pollster1 to Marcus
    Obamacare . . . caused health insurance premiums and deductibles to skyrocket . . . this state of affairs will lead Americans to accept a universal, government run “Medicare for all” system.

    Using Obamacare's catastrophic failure as a justification for single-payer is like a woman using her boyfriend's physical abuse as a justification for marrying him. It's totally insane - and what I expect from a liberal.

  • Details emerge in Northeast Las Vegas home invasion shootout

    07/02/2015 7:33:48 AM PDT · 18 of 21
    Pollster1 to Cletus.D.Yokel
    Why should I not fire on an “escaping felon” immediately outside my domicile in effort to keep said-same available for the police to “clean-up”?

    Depending on your state or even county, the legal reason not to is that it can be called murder. Morally, however, shooting to stop a person who attempted armed robbery or an armed home invasion sounds like something that makes the community safer. Police in most areas are allowed to shoot to stop a fleeing felon who poses an immediate danger to others. I approve of shooting in this situation, if local law permits [actually, I cannot think of many situations in which I don't approve of a legal shooting; there are a few, but they are rare].

  • Outrage as Twitter reveals just 49 of its 3,000 US employees are black [1.7%]

    07/02/2015 7:23:56 AM PDT · 57 of 73
    Pollster1 to SoFloFreeper

    Don’t they have custodians and a company cafeteria? That’s where liberals usually hire blacks.

    Conservatives don’t hire based on race, just qualifications. My guess is that we pay qualified blacks more than liberals do because liberals think it’s cute that a minority wants to do a job that they think is meant for white people. Conservatives look at a genuinely qualified applicant and offer what they think it will take to attract the best.

  • Los Angeles Most wanted

    07/02/2015 7:16:56 AM PDT · 8 of 14
    Pollster1 to GrandJediMasterYoda

    You cannot generalize from one large city that is 40% illegal, or six out of ten on the FBI’s most wanted list. Coming here illegally is “an act of love”, and these criminals deserve citizenship so that they can vote our ruling class into permanent power over the minority who bother to work legally.

  • When it Comes to Israel, Drunk Nixon is Better than Sober Obama

    07/02/2015 7:12:49 AM PDT · 5 of 11
    Pollster1 to lbryce
    Drunk Nixon is Better than Sober Obama

    Obama may be sober, some of the time, but I doubt that he is ever drug-free. If the pot and his other chemical hobbies are taking his energy and his brain cells, so that he will do less damage to our country, then I'm grateful for his vices.

  • I Emailed Jeb Bush About Guacamole, And He Actually Responded

    07/02/2015 7:09:21 AM PDT · 7 of 11
    Pollster1 to jimbo123

    I hope many of us on FR will use for something more important than guacamole. I’ll be sending a short but pointed email on rewarding criminals for their crimes (Amnesty). I’ll also send one on smaller federal government as a virtue, asking whether he supports cutting the size of our behemoth FedGov and how he might do that.

    I’d rather have him out of the race, since I don’t trust him to govern the way he campaigns even if he claims to have converted to conservative positions. However, I’ll settle for stirring the pot with brief, thoughtful emails on small government conservatism.

  • Proposed regulation could keep 3D-printed gun blueprints offline for good

    07/02/2015 3:56:00 AM PDT · 37 of 50
    Pollster1 to Olog-hai

    I miss the Constitution, but it was wonderful while it lasted.

  • Pope Francis says he supports setting a fixed date for Easter Sunday

    07/02/2015 3:42:07 AM PDT · 55 of 65
    Pollster1 to Olog-hai

    I do not support setting a fixed date. I’m okay with keeping our current formula. I’m okay with adopting the Eastern Orthodox formula (which more closely follows the original Catholic formula for Easter). I’m okay with following the Jewish formula and defining Easter to be the Sunday immediately following Jewish Passover. I’m not okay with any other options I can think of.

  • In Tennessee, Obama Sings Davy Crockett

    07/02/2015 3:39:05 AM PDT · 51 of 63
    Pollster1 to Nachum

    Born on a mountain top in Nairobi,
    Swore he’d kill off the land of the free.
    Raised communist so’s he knew Alinsky,
    Loved “Call to Prayer” when he was only three.

  • Mitch McConnell: This decision on gay marriage is the law of the land and there’s not much we can do

    07/01/2015 3:01:41 PM PDT · 37 of 50
    Pollster1 to E. Pluribus Unum
    So was Dred Scott.

    My thoughts exactly. Republicans didn't accept Dred. We didn't accept Separate but Equal. We didn't accept Roe. And we won't accept Obamacare or gay "marriage". Even exists, but that doesn't mean we have to embrace it.

  • Was the 'Star Wars' Logo Really Based on Fascist Propaganda?

    07/01/2015 2:59:13 PM PDT · 6 of 14
    Pollster1 to nickcarraway

    Why does that totalitarian socialist font make me think of "HOPE"?

  • Supremes: citizenship not necessary for voter registration

    07/01/2015 3:06:23 AM PDT · 3 of 28
    Pollster1 to afraidfortherepublic

    States need to investigate all registered voters to verify citizenship, since we cannot do that as a prerequisite to registration. It’s a step in the direction of bigger government, so it’s a victory for liberals, but it’s better than giving up meaningful elections.

  • Fox Anchor Julie Banderas Stands Up for Gay Marriage: No One Voted on My Wedding

    06/30/2015 7:20:20 PM PDT · 45 of 134
    Pollster1 to ConservativeTeen

    Marriage is a binding, exclusive union between a man and a women that is consecrated before God.

    Gay “marriage” is not even intended to be binding; the two gays I know who have claimed to be married have both divorced in the past three years. One twice, and the other I think three times (hard to tell; I know of one divorce, and the others may just have been name hyphenation changes).

    Gay “marriage” is not exclusive; the best statistics I know of show that 19% of married heterosexuals have committed adultery at least once, while 88% of “married” gay men have committed adultery.

    Gay marriage is, by definition, not between a man and a woman, which is why it will never have any meaningful connection to real marriage.

    Gay “marriage” is an act of open defiance against God’s word.

    I have read about a lot of reported “marriages” that I did not consider real. The Bill and Hillary marriage is not real. The actress marrying for the fifth time is probably not real. Jennifer Lopez and Cris Judd marrying for 50 days and then divorcing were not in a real marriage. And no gay “marriage” has ever been or will ever be real.

  • Coming To America: The Hoarding Begins: (Shortened)Collapse

    06/30/2015 7:03:36 PM PDT · 25 of 71
    Pollster1 to dontreadthis
    how does one go about safely hoarding gasoline?

    Find a container that's easy to move:

  • Data Proves that Slavery has Little to do with the Current Plight of African-Americans

    06/30/2015 4:09:02 PM PDT · 21 of 52
    Pollster1 to robowombat

    Which is more destructive:

    (1) What people who are long dead did to the ancestors of today’s black Americans 150+ years ago, or

    (2) What their drug-dealing thug neighbors and their philandering absent fathers did to them in their lifetimes?

  • TSA Tweets Someone's Luggage Contents

    06/30/2015 2:47:56 PM PDT · 15 of 20
    Pollster1 to CivilWarBrewing

    Shopping list: gold, silver, lead, brass, food, medicine, soap, . . .

  • Commentary: Why Israel has lots of guns but few gun crimes (barf alert)

  • UK study shows massive surge in deadly STDs among gay men

    06/30/2015 12:14:38 PM PDT · 41 of 41
    Pollster1 to massmike

    My sympathy for gays dying of self-inflicted disease disappeared when they applauded the latest Supreme Court ruling. Trample my God-given rights, in particular the right to the free exercise of religion (and restricting that exercise to mere debate is trampling that right), and I’ll shift my sympathy to those more deserving. I still won’t applaud as they infect each other and die, but there are limits on how many causes I can care about. Klan, communist, North Korean dictator, and gay mafia disease or deaths will not make my list.

  • Report: Macon Wal-Mart mob wanted to see how much damage it could do

    06/30/2015 12:10:22 PM PDT · 100 of 112
    Pollster1 to Red Badger
    Some in the crowd also snatched a man, apparently a shopper at the Zebulon Road store, from a motorized shopping cart and dragged him to the floor . . . The teenager . . . told a Wal-Mart employee “that this was a planned event ... to see how much damage they could cause,”

    Conspiracy to commit assault and riot should put these thugs in prison for at least ten years each. They'll still be dangerous when they get out, but at least their neighbors will be safer for a decade.

  • When the governed no longer consent

    06/30/2015 11:53:24 AM PDT · 32 of 32
    Pollster1 to SleeperCatcher

    The right to secede comes from the same source as our Right to keep and bear arm - God Himself - and a government that no longer rules with the consent of the governed and under the rule of a written Constitution cannot stop secession except by force. I hope and pray that our soldiers are too honorable and patriotic to obey any unlawful orders that they may receive in such a situation. I wish the thug in our White House would reread the Declaration of Independence; it articulates our right to secede quite well.

  • The Most Radical Decision Ever?

    06/30/2015 11:39:53 AM PDT · 9 of 23
    Pollster1 to xzins
    Pointedly, it mentions only the freedom to dissent and debate on matters of religion and morality, not the freedom to act on one views.

    Arguing about the leaps behind the Obamacare and gay "marriage" rulings is like arguing about which of the 20 largest individual blue whales is the biggest without some means of direct measurement. A whole lot of whoppers went into reading "exchange established by the state" to mean "any exchange, whether or not established by the state". A whole lot of whoppers went into redefining "marriage" to carry a definition that it never held in the history of the world from 5000 BC to 2000 AD, finding that right in a Constitution that never mentions marriage, and stretching FedGov powers so far beyond the Enumerated Powers to cover something that has been an exclusively state responsibility until this week.

    Still, my personal vote for most radical act of tyranny is the implication that an invented right never mentioned in the Constitution can take precedence over an enumerated, God-given right. Narrowing free exercise to mere dissent and debate is a shockingly evil and lawless infringement on our God-given rights. If I'm a juror in such a case, nothing a victim of the gay mafia does in response to a demand for wedding services will lead to a guilty vote. The free exercise of religion is as absolute as the right to keep and bear arms. Any thug who infringes on the first of those rights fully deserves an encounter with the second of those rights, or any lesser response.

  • CLAIM: Media to Make ‘Gay Reparations’ an Issue in 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Race

    06/30/2015 10:31:10 AM PDT · 9 of 48
    Pollster1 to C19fan

    I like armed liberals better than unarmed liberals. Both groups are morally equivalent, but the armed liberals have the honesty to admit what they are and the initiative to rob productive people personally instead of voting for candidates who hire others to steal for the unarmed liberals.

  • Friendly reminder: We have the ability to MOP up Iran’s nuclear facilities

    06/30/2015 3:28:40 AM PDT · 18 of 19
    Pollster1 to SeekAndFind

    We should have used that ten years ago, eight years ago, or the day before the terrorist took power in our White House. I see no point at all in discussing the capabilities we have to oppose Islamic terror, not with Obama in our White House.

  • Ted Olson: ‘Not Illegal’ for Bakery to Refuse to Take Part in Gay Wedding Under SCOTUS Ruling

    06/30/2015 3:21:52 AM PDT · 41 of 49
    Pollster1 to GregoTX

    It will become illegal soon. When real rights conflict with fake rights, the far left always sides with fake rights.

  • Three ways conservatives can take out gay marriage: (Vanity).

    06/30/2015 3:19:09 AM PDT · 25 of 41
    Pollster1 to JSDude1

    #1 and #2 would work, assuming we elect a real conservative and not someone “severely conservative” but only on the campaign trail. #3 would fail. We already saw state supreme courts rule that state constitutional amendments defining “marriage” to mean marriage were unconstitutional.

    #1 is the most reliable.

  • [English Ed. Sec'y] Nicky Morgan: intolerance of homosexuality in schools may be a sign of extremism

    06/30/2015 3:12:59 AM PDT · 2 of 13
    Pollster1 to markomalley

    The real answer is that sex should never be mentioned in math, science (except for biology), English, history, PE, foreign language, or shop classes. Homosexuality only belongs in psychology classes - along with other mental illnesses.

  • Bill Nye Tells the Kids There Are Too Many of Us

    06/29/2015 5:36:30 PM PDT · 18 of 53
    Pollster1 to markomalley

    I agree with Bill Nye. Obama allegedly got 65,915,796 votes in 2012. Even if 55,000,000 of those are real people, that is 55,000,000 excess people. Throw in illegals and other criminals, and Bill Nye has a point.

  • [illegal alien] Voting-Rights Advocates Get Win at Supreme Court

    06/29/2015 2:31:21 PM PDT · 4 of 65
    Pollster1 to Beave Meister

    The Constitution was as close to a perfect blueprint for freedom as has ever existed in history. However, it is dead. Honest elections are also dead. America as a free country may be dead - unless we can turn this around quickly.

    Perhaps it’s time to figure out how to do better next time around.

  • Court clears way for birth control access

    06/29/2015 2:11:32 PM PDT · 9 of 19
    Pollster1 to Citizen Zed
    Second, the women who are employed by or are students at the religious organizations are assured that they will have access, at no cost to them, of birth control methods and devices approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration. The government can go ahead, the Court made clear, and make arrangements for the health insurance plans in effect for the religious groups to assure free access to the contraceptives. The government will reimburse the cost.

    I was under the impression that only the Congress could initiate spending. Apparently it's really the House or the Court (if they feel like it). I miss the rule of law.

  • Can a Texas county clerk refuse to issue a gay marriage license? It’s complicated.

    06/29/2015 9:14:30 AM PDT · 15 of 20
    Pollster1 to GIdget2004
    In that case, the Supremacy Clause kicks in . . . delineates that the Constitution is the "supreme law of the land."

    How cute! After eviscerating the real, written Constitution, America's enemies are appealing to the literal words of the Constitution to enforce their demands on the same issue. No, thank you. The rule of law is dead, and we are all stuck with the rule of force.

    If Obama wants to call out the Texas National Guard (as if Texans would Obey Obama) or send United States Marshals to Texas and have them point guns at county clerks in Texas, he's welcome to try, but (1) I would hope that Obama isn't ready to cross that line, yet, and (2) I would hope that the Marshals are smart enough not to try that in Texas. Short of force, Obama can do nothing.

    This is not integration, where the people being escorted were cute and had a reasonable request.

    These are revolting perverts who disgust the vast majority of the population. Force in an immoral and unlawful effort to exert federal jurisdiction outside the Enumerated Powers would not go well, particularly in Texas.

    Note: I am not advocating violence, just the reverse. I am pointing out that violence by America's enemies would fail, at least in Texas. I am not even advocating disobeying any constitutional law, just pointing out that our government derives its just powers from the consent of the governed, not from the orders of a politicized Supreme Court that has given up its legitimacy.

  • Coulter to PJM: Cut Off All Immigration, Focus on White Voters to Win

    06/29/2015 8:57:29 AM PDT · 29 of 60
    Pollster1 to CatherineofAragon

    We are discussing unrelated issues. I agree that illegals should all be deported. I strongly oppose any form of Amnesty that rewards criminals. I support the opposite - fingerprint, retina-scan, and DNA swab all illegals and permanently bar them from any legal reentry and any legal path to citizenship. Change the interpretation of the anchor baby clause. An illegal is not subject to the jurisdiction of our government, as their governments always point out, so their babies are not citizens just because they were born while illegally present on our territory.