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How many of them raped and killed people?
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How many of them raped and killed people?

Donald Trump told me that all of them have done one of each.
post #168 of 219
That's impressive.
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One of San Francisco's supervisors said Kate's shooting was a gun control problem. A gun stolen from a federal agent is a gun control issue. Yeah, people like that deserve everything that's happening to their state.
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One of San Francisco's supervisors said Kate's shooting was a gun control problem. A gun stolen from a federal agent is a gun control issue. Yeah, people like that deserve everything that's happening to their state.


Trendy, hip, progressive, elitist idiots.

Its a shame that such a beautiful city is inhabited by such stupid people.

She wasn't killed, so what's the big deal?
post #171 of 219
If someone steals your gun (as a private citizen) in California and uses it in a crime, don't they hold you liable? I thought some states/municipalities were looking at laws that required you to properly secure your guns.
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They were classmates, and buddies. His gay radar allegedly malfunctioned on the wrong dude.
post #174 of 219
Would she feel better if it was a Confederate Flag waving Redneck who killed her kid?
post #175 of 219
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1/5 of El Salvador living in the U.S.

Virginia will be solid Blue in a few years, going the way of California.

Its already over. If we wanted to save the U.S., we should have started fighting in 1995. I realized what was happening in 2000.

Its a curse: I always seem to be 15 years ahead of the smartest pundits, professors, presidents, politicians, journalists, and experts.

Who will send their sons to fight for the U.S.A. in 5 years? What is left?



http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/26/new-california-mass-immigration-turning-virginia-blue/
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Who will send their sons to fight for the U.S.A. in 5 years? What is left?

 

 

 

a) Why does the US need to go and fight?

 

b) Why do you think that immigrants will not join the US Army? Based on what I've read, it seems that they're happy to join, particularly as the US allows migrants to gain citizenship through joining the armed forces. Also, given that the descendants of previous migrants have joined the armed forces, I fail to see why children and further descendants of current migrants will not join the armed forces.

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I don't blame anyone from Mexico, El Salvador, China, the UK, or Cuba from wanting to escape their condition and move to the U.S.

I really don't.

I would do the same thing if I were in their shoes.

But this mass pell-mell immigration has resulted in mini-countries who are being educated, housed, and fed on the U.S. taxpayer. Why should we have to deal with MS-13 for pete's sake?

Further, our shared values will be overwhelmed by unshared, foreign ("diverse" or "multicultural") religions, norms, and beliefs. Add to this the huge population of leftists and future Democrats, and we have a recipe for disaster.

The most powerful nation lost without a single bullet fired. The left wants to fundamentally transform the nation into a Cuba-esque paradise, and the RINO's want to have indentured servants.

Its pathetic, really.
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Yay! Now we lose Florida! satisfied.gif
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As U.S. citizens, Puerto Ricans are relatively easy to register to vote, and they are attracting unprecedented attention because they could change the political calculus in a state that President Obama won by the thinnest of margins in 2012: 50 percent to 49.1 percent.

“It’s a potential game changer for the state,” said Mark Hugo Lopez, director of Hispanic Research at the Pew Research Center. “It’s the biggest movement of people out of Puerto Rico since the great migration of the 1950s.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/exodus-from-puerto-rico-could-upend-florida-vote-in-2016-presidential-race/2015/07/26/d73bc724-3229-11e5-8353-1215475949f4_story.html
post #180 of 219
Puerto Ricans are Americans. They have been for over a century. To have issues with that is nothing but racism.


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Why should we have to deal with MS-13 for pete's sake?

MS-13 was founded in LA. Yes, many of the original members were illegal immigrants, but it was influenced by American gang culture. We exported it to other countries.
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