Laughable lies? WH Blames GOP for Border Breakdown....

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  1. righteousdude2

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    Sorry that this link isn't posted, but Josh Earnest, in another bold face lie, lays the illegal problem and porous borders at the doorstep of the Republicans.

    I guess if they say it is true, the kool aid sippers will believe them. How many more months and days until January 20, 2017 ? :BangHead::BangHead:
     
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    Why worry about it?

    If the WH and the entire staff (including BHO) are not aware enough to see the condition of the emperors clothes - they won't be believed.

    Uh, someone should ask them - didn't the president have control over both houses along with his pen, phone and funny money printing press first time around?

    Why didn't he fix it it then?

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    How do like NATFA and the SPP so far RD2?

    Both parties were in favor of them. Weren't they?
     
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    :laugh: You are great at finding a dust bunny hidden in the corner of a clean house :laugh:
     
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    And that folks is RD2's best shot at tossing up a smoke screen.

    Evidently he'd like you (the reader) to believe that the provisions in NAFTA and the SPP are no longer in effect or are a "conspiracy theory" that is no longer of importance and no longer effecting our lives today.

    Both call for open borders and deeper "integration" politically, economically and strategically with Mexico and Canada. (read no borders)

    This is what RD2 doesn't want you to consider when discussing the open borders.

    Why doesn't he want you to consider this?

    I assume because these treaties were adopted with "bipartisan" support.

    Considering this would make it a lot harder for him to keep the debate framed in the false leftie vs rightie paradigm he lives in and which he hopes he can keep you so busy blaming one side or the other you'll never find your way out it or realize you've been had by both parties.

    Sound about right RD2? :)
     
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    Once again, you are not current on what I believe, my friend. So let me make this perfectly clear!

    I have been preaching for years that the last four or five presidents have been gradually moving this nation to open boarders. In fact, the reason we have social medicine is to be more like Europe and Canada. NAFTA is also the great lie to incorporate the America's. And the reason we are not sending Mexicans, and South Americans back down south is because we are now, and don't yet know it, part of the bigger picture, the America's. We are just slowly and subtly assimilating everything. One day, we'll wake up on Monday morning and realize we are no longer the USA, but the America's! I've also stated that they are using "America's" in more and more statements and press releases to describe what is going to be a fact, We will soon be called the America's from Canada to Argentina!

    How little you REALLY know about me!

    BTW - I just quit preaching the obvious. It is already here, most American's are just too numb and dumb to realize the obvious!
     
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    If you believe all that why do keep defending half the traitors?

    Or is this not your own statement?

    It sure looks like you're implying the GOP had no part in it when in actual fact the blame can and should be laid at the doorstep of Republicans as they were as much a part of it as the democrats.
     
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    As much as many revere Reagan, I will always blame him for opening the door to illegals. However, the Americas may go that far back, or even further.

    I don't defend anyone, it's just to me, some are better than others. It is like making a choice for slow death versus quick death. Personally, Trump and Fiorina would be better leading America, because they don't want to lose their bundles to the socialistic, entitled cry babies Obama has enslaved with free money. Our money.
     
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    So you prefer a slow a death by the lesser of two evils. Okay.

    Apparently the fact that both evils serve the same global corporate masters doesn't enter into your equation. But then I guess if you did you'd have a harder time playing the leftie vs rightie game that's gotten us into this death spiral in the first place.

    All you're doing by playing this game is distracting people from the real problem.

    Our government (both parties) has been co opted by private global central bankers and transnational corporations.

    The evidence is manifest whether you are willing to admit it or not. As long as you take sides in the leftie vs rightie divide and conquer scam you are part of the problem.

    Wouldn't you rather be part of the solution?
     
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    So glad you brought this up.

    What is the solution and how do you plan to do anything about it, other than post long rants on line?

    Do you believe you can reverse the sins of the leaders of this downhill spiral, and if you can reverse, why has it continued? When will we see your changes implemented? I am much too old to affect any changes, but you seem to be young and gung ho, so what are you doing other than sucking up cyber space, spinning your intellectual wheels, and jumping on us who agree with you, but are powerless to bring about change?

    All I can do is vote, and send letters to the grimy politicians. And it seems that both go without changing anything or anyone!
     

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