Chicken-shit ANTIFA college professor causes Hayer's death

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  1. Groyper Supreme

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    I do support voter ID. However, my opinion is in the minority. Because [​IMG] .

    Trump gumming up the works for amnesty? LOL no. What most likely happen is the same thing that happened to RR. Dems will promise some legislation compromise bullshit, for amnesty. Then the Dems will renig. It's literally the same fucking thing every single time, which is not surprising. Because it fucking works every single time.
     
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    Again, this needs to be the priority of all mainstream Republicans such as yourself. It doesn't matter what names they call you.
     
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    you mean the previous summer, but Cisneros insisted that she can 360 noscope a shy guy
     
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    The scream of the twelve-inch shrapnel is more penetrating than the hiss from a thousand Jewish newspaper vipers. Therefore let them go on with their hissing.
    -Adolf Hitler
     
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    "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts." Benny Hill.
     
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    super choppy and the one movie i know that my butt no longer works
     
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    Without immigrants nancy pelosi couldnt staff her hotels, and the pedophile rings would take a huge hit without such an easy source of undocumented children, in huge quantities.

    In other words, our gubmint will never really do THAT much to stem the tide. And, in any case, whatever happens will not be such a great mouse trap that these mice shall not figure out new ways to evade it.
     
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    Names? You think I give a shit about what names they call me? :D There is literally nothing I can do. If they put it to a vote I'll vote for it. But, national level laws are not decided upon at the local level in Merica.

    If you think senators or representatives are going to vote for common sense when it could mean the end to a very powerful, high profile and well paid job, you're outta your mind. Which is precisely why the left is screaming everything is racist. To shame them into voting for amnesty, or just as bad sit on their hands and do nothing.

    It's a lose lose situation. If they pass pass it, they most likely get voted out and it's overturned with the new majority. Look at Obunghole Care. It goes back and forth and back and forth. It makes no sense.

    But, the whole illegal immigration situation -- really -- is a lost cause. Even if you sue, the courts are so stacked with Clinton liberals nothing sensible is going to get done. And even if you are tenacious enough to take it to the SCOTUS, with the Chief Justice a left leaning swing vote, eh what can you do? All you can do is wait for the situation to get better.

    I think that's the real reason why the Democrats are so fucking butthurt about the election, they've lost control of court appointments, and the Clinton nominees are now at the age of retirement.
     
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    Tell your boomer friends and tell them to tell their boomer friends, etc.
     
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    Im not a boomer. :D

    Boomers are most likely hippies/communists/socialist/poor. They are not going to support a "racist" law.
     
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    Amnesty enacted is largely a state and local issue. Federal talk on the issue is just that, talk.

    Generally, the more local the politics, the more effect it will have on an individual. Unless you're military, dealing with highways, or on some form of welfare, then the federal government is of much less consequence.

    As for amnesty, SF went full retard in solidifying themselves as a sanctuary city. They can afford to, really. The sky-high housing costs in the city, coupled with illegals not qualifying for section 8 and snap cards(federal in origin) because not citizens, ensure that Mexicans will be able to afford living in SF less and less, unless they get that hustle into full gear with their food carts.
     
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    LOL no. Immigration and illegal immigration is a federal issue and always has been a federal issue issue. Just because some retards want to use their local level positions to "buck" the system doesn't mean it's legal. I mean we did fight a war over this not too, too long ago.

    No. That's what's happening currently and illegal. You cannot just declare yourself exempt from a law and then proceed to do what was deemed illegal.

    Sanctuary state and cities are illegal. Period. True amnesty can only be enacted at the federal level, because it's a federal law pertaining to a national issue. States, cities, townships, people don't have the authority to make a call on that issue. It's simply out of their scope of authority.

    The federal government shapes the local laws and ordinances. Local laws cannot directly oppose federal law. What do you think the "gun debate" is really about? What was the civil rights movement really about? What do you think Roe vs. Wade is really about? They are really not about guns, discrimination or abortion, those are the "calls to the soul," as Napoleon said. Guns, discrimination and abortion are the emotional factors which drive the movement. In reality, it was just about changing law at the federal level.

    The whole sanctuary town/city/state thing is wrong. If you use that sort of logic then no state would have to comply with ANY federal law: what if states didn't want to comply with federal income tax? that would be a boon to their citizens -- what if states didn't want to comply with the free movement of trade, oil, products, food stuffs and "taxed" them for moving though their state? that would be a nice chunk of change for their citizens -- what if states didn't want to comply with the draft? disagreed with foreign policy OR disagreed with another state's policy? and felt it was their duty to impose their will on that state though the pressure of a boycott or even sanctions. Merica is one country, not many countries loosely bound by similar economic interests like the EU.

    Progressives are manufacturing the very problems which were hashed out and settled when this union was being formed. They have turned back the clock over 250 years.
     
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    LOL no. You clearly don't know what boomer means but, nice trolling.
     
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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...ia-over-three-sanctuary-state-laws/401418002/
    • AB 450 prohibits private employers from cooperating with federal immigration officials and requires that private employers notify employees in advance of a potential worksite enforcement inspection. DOJ claims that this forces California employers to be caught between state and federal law. Business owners could be fined $2,000 to $10,000 for failing to comply with AB 450.

    • SB 54 prevents local law enforcement from providing information to federal authorities about the release date of undocumented immigrants who are in their custody and bans the transfer of these criminal immigrants to federal custody. This breaks federal law that pertains to communication between government agencies and the Immigration and Naturalization Service, DOJ officials said.

    • AB 103 imposes a state-run inspection and review of the federal detention of immigrants held in facilities pursuant to federal contracts and includes a review of immigration processes and the circumstances in which immigrants were apprehended. This review applies only to facilities with civil immigration detainees. The law seeks to regulate federal immigration detention, according to the complaint, which is not allowed under the Constitution.

    These laws literally give the State of California authority over the federal gubbermint.
     
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    Reduced Immigration was always a goal Trump had no hope of achieving anyways. Every one of these idiots crying that Trump is deporting dreamers ignores the simple fact that Obama deported more immigrants during his two terms than in any other period of US history. It's nearly impossible for Trump to equal such numbers, let alone eclipse them.
     
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    The Obama administration counted "turn backs" as deported. LOL https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...eportation-statistics/?utm_term=.2c6c6263e8e5
     
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    LOL Miss this at the bottom?
     
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    It's from the WaPo. So naturally it's a half story if a story at all.

    From the article:
    Prior to 1996, immigration law distinguished between immigrants who were “excluded,” or stopped and prevented from entering U.S. territory, and those who were “deported,” or expelled from the United States after they had made their way into U.S. territory. After 1996, both exclusion and deportation were rolled into one procedure called “removal.” At that point, the term “deportation” no longer had any meaning within the official immigration statistics. Its continued use in media reports is part of the confusion.

    The large number of immigrants who are apprehended, usually but not exclusively along the southwestern border, and prevented from entering the country were part of a category called “voluntary departure” before 2006. Now that is called “return
    ,” which also includes the subcategory of “reinstatement.”

    The large number of immigrants who are apprehended, usually but not exclusively along the southwestern border, and prevented from entering the country were part of a category called “voluntary departure” before 2006. Now that is called “return,” which also includes the subcategory of “reinstatement.”


    https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/obama-record-deportations-deporter-chief-or-not
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    Until recent years, mostpeople caught illegally crossing the southern border were simply bused back into Mexico in what officials called "voluntary returns," but which critics derisively termed "catch and release." Those removals, which during the 1990s reached more 1 million a year, were not counted in Immigration and Customs Enforcement's deportation statistics.

    Now, the vast majority of border crossers who are apprehended get fingerprinted and formally deported. The change began during the George W. Bush administration and accelerated under Obama.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...eportation-statistics/?utm_term=.28725fe2dc2e

    Now are you starting to get the picture?
     
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    I'm hardly mainstream. I however don't believe in concentration camps. However, I do agree certain ideologies are not comparable with peaceful, productive, political or economic liberties.
     
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    So @Groyper Supreme is one of the youngest boomers then

    Based on a deleted shoutbox chat, he was born right in the middle of Gen X in ~1970.
     
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    Oh? Immigration is indeed a federal issue, but Trump knows better than to take real steps to threaten the existence of the vital labor force for the agricultural industries throughout the country. He's not stupid. Therefore, federal law on the issue is enforced only when the immigrants do things like commit felonies. The economy protects immigrants overstaying their tourist visas, or otherwise just outright hopping over the border.

    Trump may try to sound like he means business, but nothing will ultimately happen. This is why states like California are able to wave their dicks in his face with little consequence.
     
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    Trump can only go so far with EOs. Just like Obama. Though immigration is a topic/power specifically granted to the President, lasting change cannot occur with the Executive branch alone. To make any such change permanent, you need the legislative body and the judicial arm on board. You are in agreement with my 1st premise are you in agreement with the second? Ok?

    As with the agricultual industries, they have ALWAYS depended upon cheap labor to function. When the cheap labor is removed what happens? Right - automation. Things like:
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    made the unskilled labor unnecessary. As the economy languishes in its 10th year of recovery, by the time the economy really gets going, the larger farms will have secured government backed loans for these specialized machines. (I'm not saying that will exactly happen then, but given the circumstances and past history, that is what will most likely happen. The farmers will cry the highly specialized machines are too expensive, which they will be, and the gubbermint will have to subsidize loans for the farmers to purchase them. Therefore killing the need for cheap unskilled labor. As the glut of unskilled workers flood the market the cost of agricultural labor will go down. No one's going to want to pick strawberries for a dollar a quart. Which will force more calls for specialized machines to be backed by gubbermint loans.
    I get what you mean, but Federal law is supposed to be enforced if the person breaks the law. It is not dependent on the severity of an additional infraction. Which is why progressives are up in arms about ICE deporting illegals who overstay their student/tourist visas from Europe who are "upstanding Merican citizens." Basically, the problem has been purposely ignored for far to long and this is the shitty mess we now no longer can kick down the road.
    No I think Trump actually means what he says. The issue is -- as it always has been, democrat/progressives protecting their voting base. The democrats will not in anyway endanger their liberal bastions of California, NY, or Pennsylvania, etc., etc., etc. The fight is going to be even more fierce if the progressives actually pass STATE laws granting voting rights to illegals.
    https://nypost.com/2016/02/22/new-bill-could-give-illegal-aliens-voting-rights-in-new-york-city/
    http://www.newsweek.com/immigrants-are-getting-right-vote-cities-across-america-664467
    http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/california-forum/article165368987.html
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...s-to-illegal-immigrants-idUSKBN0ER2KU20140616

    Something to think about, with the estimated number of illegals in Merica at roughly, 20M, 2/3 of what the black vote is -- what do you think will happen to the importance of the black voter if illegals are more enveloped into Merica? I guess the effort for the black vote will be even more cartoonish, a couple a lines about slavery, spiced with a quick reference to Rosa Parks and or MLK Jr. and that's it, or maybe a progressive politician claiming to understand black people because they like fried chicken and collard greens. And mashed potatoes and gravy -- with butter and pepper, and cornbread.....
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    Lastly, and certainly not least, it's ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.
     
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    >europe is doomed because a few countries are adding an "anistan" at the end of their names
    Thats like saying all of america takes it in the ass because of San Francisco.