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originally posted by: luthier
a reply to: pavil
I am a libertarian conservative.
And you have had control and nothing has been done.
No deportations are not fast...they take about a year..and are currently stacking up to take longer.
It seems you may be at odds with what the Republican party says vs what it does as well as what is possible under the rule of law.
If you don't make bipartisan laws they end up changing every 4 to 8 years and doing nobody any good.
And remember growth is the ability to hire.
And if I understand you correctly you don't think we should make work visa programs for labor deficits?
originally posted by: toysforadults
a reply to: luthier
What they do is all throw in together on single units and save their money either to send it home to their family or to move back to Mexico to retire because the dollar value is much greater in Mexico.
I know this first hand.
These annual "remittances" — as they're called by analysts — topped $69 billion in 2016...About 40 percent of the money goes to just one country — Mexico — practically all of it sent by migrants in the United States.
originally posted by: proteus33
a reply to: smurfy
what the heck are you talking about it is out right theft of our money to be given illegally to illegal immigrants . they are not supposed to legally be able to claim these benifits but these sanctuary cities and states use every crooked trick to skirt the law. and you refered to fire andfury . i persoALLY say use a few dozen tomahawks to shut down kim and his nuke and rocket uilding facilities modern weapons can be very precise limiting collateral damage i.e. civilial losses consderable remember kim is threatening to nuke us