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DHS Nielsen: Border Security Is ‘Near System-Wide Meltdown’

Discussion in 'Politics' started by AustinN4, Mar 18, 2019.

  1. AustinN4

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    Is the tipping point fast approaching? Incredible, our political class cannot get this right. Trump is right, “this is an invasion.”

    Rule #1 Exploit your enemies weaknesses.
    Rule#2 Attack on a wide front.
    Rule #3 Attach with overwhelming numbers.


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  3. Byrd666

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    It really is a shame that our elected officials won't listen to the people that know what's going on at the southern border from hands on experience(s).
     
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  4. WT_Foxtrot

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    While it's a given that the democrats are to blame and actually support such a breakdown of borders, it's vitally important that we remember the republicans who are to blame as well and have been for decades. The Bushes, Romney, Kasich, Rubio, McCain and Cruz all come to mind, among many others.
     
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    ^^^More to blame, in a very real & significant way....

    They're all quisling scum, but at least the wacko lefties are "honest" in their insanity (not to imply anything they say/do can be trusted, but you can't blame vermin for being vermin - they are what they are...). The R scum are far worse and their deception goes deeper for trying to hide and project the opposite of what they're truly about.....

    And just to help lighten things up a bit, I'll leave this here:

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  6. WT_Foxtrot

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    Totally agree.....so fucking sick of folks with an (R) behind their name claiming to be one thing and their actions show something different. Although there are occasions when their professing comes through loud and clear like McCain, Jeb and Cruz as examples.

    Diametrically opposed to the n'th degree, but I have more respect for the socialist who professes proudly to be a socialist than the socialist who professes to be an evangelical Christian hardcore conservative and misleads millions in the process.
     
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    Welcome to Mexico del Norte.
     
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  8. HKaltwasser

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    I can agree with all of those names, but when did Cruz vote against any border funding or security?

    Maybe I'm corrupted by the calls, texts, and emails from Cruz's organization asking to support the wall, funding and security almost every day.

    Who knows maybe I'm missing something here, but I don't see how he fits in with all of those softies.
     
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    When Cruz stood before the country at the RNC and not only refused to endorse the nominee of his party, but told America to "vote your conscience," all but, as the runner-up in the GOP primary, endorsing Hillary. Clinton of course accepted his endorsement at a campaign rally shortly thereafter to loud applause and laughter, including her own like fingernails on a chalkboard.

    Thing about Trump.....love him or hate him.....is he's brought folks out from under their cloaks and shown who they really are by their own actions/reactions. And I'll admit, I was surprised by Cruz, but not shocked.
     
  10. HKaltwasser

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    You didn't answer the question, and Cruz is f#$@ing supporting Trump especially on the wall and border security. Don't forget who grilled Feinswine when she wanted an assault weapons ban, it was Cruz that scolded that woman. I support Trump, but I question how stout he is on the 2nd.

    Okay, so you're butthurt over that. Somehow Cruz got over Trump's assault on him but you can't get over those comments. Apparently this isn't about the border, but rather a grudge that neither of them, themselves hold....

    Just to follow, obviously I'm a Cruz supporter, and I did unapologetic in the primary. I voted Trump all the way in the regular election and I thought he was shitty through the primaries, but you know what, he is definitely the right man for the times and I have no "regerts" about voting for Trump.



     


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