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originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Hypocrisy on the conservative side that is supporting this man who has a track record of being fast and loose with money...which would be our money were he elected? Yes I see hypocrisy there.
originally posted by: avgguy
a reply to: ~Lucidity
Because you talk about "conservative spending" but Obama has added more to our national debt than every SINGLE president before him combined. The guy flys his dogs on separate planes to vacation, so democrats aren't exactly a shining beacon of fiscal responsibility.
originally posted by: hammanderr
Usually liberal progressives try to act like illegal immigration isn't that big of a deal, until you start acting serious about it, then......"there's too many, it's too expensive!!"
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs
It's annoying that he's the only one who is really talking about this issue, and it makes you look like a supporter to argue it.
Just like the South's insistence on slavery forever tarred and feathered state's rights.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
I'm gonna say it again, not to spam, but because I want an answer from the oh so wise defenders of this mass deportation plan.
Being generous with the estimates...
Losing 11million immigrants, aside from the $160billion in costs to deport...
Would also hit the economy for at least $55billion per year...
Within a decade you'd lose half a trillion economically...
Tell me the pros again!
Aside from an excessively sybaritic POTUS.
According to our research engine:
The U.S. Government gave a total of $209,432,920 to Mexico in 2012:
The aid was broken down in the following manner:
Child Survival and Health: $-12,200
Department of Defense Security Assistance: $39,854
Development Assistance: $17,948,047
Economic Support Fund/Security Support Assistance: $40,810,450
Global Health and Child Survival: $3,894,197
Narcotics Control: $27,565,779
Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining and Related: $7,074,531
Other Active Grant Programs: $15,381,152
Other State Assistance: $2,700,596
Other USAID Assistance: $2,764
Other USDA Assistance: $372,914
Peace Corps: $2,000,836
Military Assistance, Total: $91,654,000