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Yep. And when all is said and done, more will be SAID than DONE.
Clay is correct that the US is NOT overpopulated. But he is simply using a tried and true, cheap shot pollitical tactic of the progressive left when he accuses those who take Omar's position of basically being a racists.
As Ken points out, there are very legitimate reasons why a nation ought to have 100% control of it's borders.
Only a very foolish person can take a serious look at what is happening on our southern border, what is comming across, what items are being found in the desert (copies of Koran, literature from Iran, drugs, guns, etc) and not know darn good and well it's totally out of control.
Conversely, there arevery few good reasons why it should remain wide open. To garner votes, to have a supply of cheap labor are the primary 2.
I find it ironic, and laughable that the number of Americans currently unemployed is about the exact same as the numkber of illegals currently holding those jobs.
Soon someone will get a nuke lose in a major US city. I'd lay good odds it comes across the US/Mexican border. As far as I am concerned, those people's blood will be on the hands of every congress-critter and every voter that continued to whistle past the graveyard for pollitical reasons.
Omar is, of course, exactly right.
What is happening on our southern border is nothing short of criminal negligence on the part of both the executive and legislative branch of our gubbamint. It is, in fact, treason.
I am forced to wonder if those who defend this invasion would be as comfortable with their own personal property's boundary being as ignored by their neighbors as this nations borders are. If your neighbors made some great excuses why they were having their "kegger" in YOUR yard would they accept the same ridiculous arguments, or would they call it what is it... trespassing? If they said "our great grandparents used to live in your house so we are having a party in your living room", would that make it ok???
I'm just giving you some crap, Rhys. No harm in backing your story up.
"Dan -- I don't click links, and I don't put them in my posts. Talk for yourself. Some of us don't have all day to research the latest tripe."
How come the denominator is driving???
Big deal; Monkeys can drive.
I want to know why people who are completely out of it (stoned, drunk, stupid) are defended in their right to VOTE.
Who cares what you are smokin, reading, drinking, when it's just YOUR life that you're screwing with... but when you start screwin with mine or my mom's life then you should probably be able to prove that you are coherent...
But nobody seems to want to add that prerequsite to stepping into a voting booth for some odd reason...
And Rhys said (in a holier than thou tone) that he didn't post links, just a few short hours ago...
MMM Hmm, Yeah...
John is correct. The solar panels could/would be tied to the grid, which acts like a very, very efficient battery, taking power in when there is excess and returning it when it is needed.
Home systems now use this method, and when the sun is bright and your house isn't using any power the meter spins BACKWARDS... and backwards spinning electric meters are way cool...
As you might think, many power companies don't like it one darn bit, so it must be way cool...
Nevertheless, this was not the domain of government and the City did the right thing to back away.
To me small, individual solar systems seem like the way to go, rather than huge farms.
The difference is, as Fred pointed out, that the right doesn't tend to do as much browbeating. That's not to say there shouldn't be more daylight on who's giving who money in politics.
Gee, I can't imagine why anyone would want to give up such a wonderful sounding sport like this for snowmoblinig...
Fred is exactly right.
The left wants to identify donors so it can browbeat those who gave to the "wrong" side.
Obama's nation sounds like abomination. Flows pretty good... must be the same meaning...just sayin'...
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