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originally posted by: FilthyUSMonkey
a reply to: Grambler
But what is the US supposed to do?
Ah, there is the rub, correct?
But I would like to think that we treat people humanely. At lest as well as we treat prisoners of war. I was involved in that stuff years ago. The first thing we did was to look after the health and welfare of the folks we captured. These were people who had been trying to kill us a few days before (just not very well).
Well we do. We send many back which is fine, and those kept in detention are supposed to be treated well. If they arent, then that is the fault of the individuals, not the policy, and they should be charged with crimes.
originally posted by: FilthyUSMonkey
a reply to: toms54
How about if you whistle at a girl and she charges you with sexual assault? I'd have to know more about this RAINN group.
I encourage you to look them up and report back to us. Not being snarky, I really would like to see that.
If you take that on, I am sure that the reasonable folks on ATS would appreciate you effort.
Thanks in advance!
If the scum bags mouth is moving he is lying. Btw it didn’t take long for them to figure,out his steel slats won’t stop a thing.
"While the design currently being constructed was informed by what we learned in the prototypes, it does not replicate those designs," said Waldman. "The steel bollard design is internally reinforced with materials that require time and multiple industrial tools to breach, thereby providing U.S. Border Patrol agents additional response time to affect a successful law enforcement resolution. In the event that one of the steel bollards becomes damaged, it is quick and cost-effective to repair.
A wall is not immoral
FY 2018 Congress approved $1.3 billion for fencing and other structures. “Today, not one of those structures is under construction. Not one.”
The Senate asked Sec. Neilson for a plan as to what they would spend the $5.7 billion on, “especially after already having $21 billion (FY2018) to spend on border security and immigration enforcement.” The plan they gave was incomplete. It did not address effects on American landowners, wildlife, etc. AND it asked for $1.6 billion. Not $5.7 billion.
originally posted by: toms54
originally posted by: rickymouse
a reply to: toms54
It is not against the law to deceive someone in this country. Let the buyer beware. That includes buying into a lie. If deceiving was illegal, every politician and most lawyers would be in prison for multiple offenses. So would salesmen working in stores who sold you something you really do not need or more than you really need. Advertisers would all be in jail too.
Technically, I think some of that stuff is illegal.
originally posted by: Bitxushanty
Trump is just the face, the figure to keep you all entertained, its a president's duty to host;
He doesn't make real decisions, he makes the ones he is told to, he reads the "script"...
"On May 31, 2008, God told Chuck Pierce that America "must play the Trump card." More than eight years later, Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States, an answer to prayer for many.
Chuck Pierce: Playing The Trump Card Strang Report podcast
"There is no way he could have been elected if it weren't supernatural... "The year before the election, at a New Year's celebration at Chuck Pierce's, I had prophesied that the Lord said, 'I have a trump card in my hand, and I'm going to play it,'" Jacobs said. "'I'm going to trump the system.' In retrospect, you see what God was trying to say." (Cindy Jacobs)
I'm going to trump the system
April 4, 2007
“This that shall take place shall be the most unusual thing, a transfiguration, a going into the marketplace, if you wish, into the news media, where Time Magazine will have no choice but to say what I want them to say.7 Newsweek, what I want them to say. The View, what I want them to say. Trump shall become a trumpet, says the Lord. Trump shall become a trumpet. I will raise up the Trump to become a trumpet, and Bill Gates to open up the gate of a financial realm for the church, says the Lord….
For God said, “I will not forget 9/11. I will not forget what took place that day, and I will not forget the gatekeeper that watched over New York, who will once again stand and watch over this nation,” says the Spirit of God. “It shall come to pass that the man that I shall place in the highest office shall go in whispering My name. But God said, when he enters into the office, he will be shouting out by the power of the Spirit. For I shall fill Him with My Spirit when he goes into office, and there will be a praying man in the highest seat in your land.
February 10, 2007
There will be a praying president, not a religious one. For I will fool the people, says the Lord. I will fool the people, yes I will. For the Spirit of God says, yes he may have HOT BLOOD, but he will bring the WALLS of PROTECTION on this country in a greater way and the ECONOMY of this country shall CHANGE RAPIDLY , says the Lord of Hosts. God says, “I will put at your helm for two terms a president that will pray, but he will not be a praying president when he starts. I will put him in office, and then I will baptize him with the Holy Spirit and My power, says the Lord of hosts."
I'm sorry, but that isn't US law, or how it works. That is the way you wish it was.
Any alien who (1) enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers, or (2) eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers, or (3) attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact, shall, for the first commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both, and, for a subsequent commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.
Domestic law is grounded in widely-accepted international standards, starting with Article 14 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 27 of the 1948 American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, and continuing with the 1951 U.N. Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.