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To be clear here, Anyone who uses the term “Undocumented Immigrants” is necessarily a moron. If for one second you believe you can placate the immigrant communities or thinking-people, who realize that this term is simply the PC form of “Illegal Aliens”, then you my friend are in dire need of mental help.

Yes, Illegal Aliens should be deported, but first they should taken from our prisons and put to work building our WALLS between Mexico and the US.  If they feel the punishment to be too harsh, let them build the wall between Canada and the US, which would be a whole lot longer.  When they are finished, they can go “home”, even with their non-naturalized children, born to non-citizens, who are also NOT legal Unites States citizens.

Of course if we need more help, we can always use guest workers to build the walls, and they can even earn a reasonable wage, before they are also deported.  Hopefully, they are already on the list to become Legal immigrants, or else, too bad, get in the back of the line.

That’s not the whole problem, even if the wall was difficult to traverse, and ALL illegals were deported, we would still need a policy to keep them out and give them no reason to come back…illegally.  Anyone who hires illegals should be put in jail for a minimum sentence.  You can force them to sponsor the aliens they hire and be responsible for them until they become legal, almost like marriage…just a thought.

Here’s an idea, if we removed all of the illegals from this country who are working in jobs “no American would take” we would NOT have an excuse to give a helping hand to those who won’t take a job.  Don’t tell me I’m not compassionate.

Our next Congress and President should fix this problem directly.  Stop playing games with people for votes.  Legal immigrants would love their families to come here to enjoy the American Dream, but MOST play by the rules only to be spit on by Libtards and Progressive morons whose only goal is their control of everyone else.

Happy Thanksgiving America,

no matter where you were born…(and are living here legally.)

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Political Parties in the United States

II  Early Nonpartisanship

The framers of the United States Constitution made no provision in the governmental structure for the functioning of political parties because they believed that parties were a source of corruption and an impediment to the freedom of people to judge issues on their merits. James Madison argued in his The Federalist “No. 10” paper against a system in which “factions” (his word for parties) might be able to seize control of the government. George Washington, in accordance with the thinking of his fellow Founding Fathers, included in his Cabinet men of diverse political philosophies and policies, rather than narrow his choices to those of a single political outlook.

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Not that I am as astute as one of the Framers, but I think many of us came to this realization, if not this year, rather recently.  Many Democrats may have had their eyes opened earlier this decade while it took last year's (2008) election cycle and aftermath to realize that it’s one big happy family in Washington DC.  The Two Party system is really just one BIG Party…and We’re paying the bill.

Yeah, yeah, I’m trying to make a T-Shirt slogan, and maybe not even doing a great job at it, but, hey, I’m not Ronald Reagan…I just like to share my views when I think I’m Right and want to find people who agree with me.  In this case, I really rather care NOTHING for people who don’t.  If we’re after the same thing(s), we can work together to bring about the rebirth of freedom FROM tyranny in Washington and then we can debate how to fix the rest of the country…WITHOUT the Government getting in the way.

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Replayed from: The Nation’s Gun Show

Why do most law abiding citizens who carry guns not worry about crime?  Because most live in States where the 2nd Amendment is still the rule of law.  Because most can carry guns without worry about prosecution due to unconstitutional laws.  I’m pretty sure a business or individual has the right to refuse entry to a building or residence to any weapon or individual who carries one, don’t you?  I believe the Constitution, however, gives us the right to possess “arms” without government interference.  Many people, mostly without merit, believe they have the right to hunt, but not to carry a weapon for self-defense.  OK, Defense is the primary reason for a weapon, and a military, for that matter.  Hunting should be available for necessity and if individuals so desire, as long as it doesn’t interfere with others’ rights.  Hunting for food or clothing was not a reason for the 2nd Amendment.  Please check for yourself.

If we can get the “common sense” myth about “Gun Control equals lower crime” out of the way, then we can work on the myth that hunting is what is protected in the US Constitution.  A Free Society and Representative democracy is protected by the “the right of the People to keep and bear arms”.