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Just now, Blue Devil said:

 

What makes sense is that Democrat National Socialism creates problems for which THEY are the solutions... if given control.

 

See how that works?

 

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Because before the current iteration of the Democrat party in the United States, the human race never faced any problems. 

 

Makes total sense. 

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7 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

Because before the current iteration of the Democrat party in the United States, the human race never faced any problems. 

 

Makes total sense. 

 

The Democrat National Socialists?

 

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“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before.”


Rahm Emanuel - Democrat National Socialist.

 

Democrat National Socialism creates problems for which THEY are the solutions... if given control.

 

 

The imam Barbie Davis-Soetoro

Democrat National Socialist Regime

Free Money and Ten Trillion Dollar Taxpayer Debt

Hopie-Change Utopian Economy

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9 minutes ago, Toldya said:

Because before the current iteration of the Democrat party in the United States, the human race never faced any problems. 

 

 

The American Communist Party  aka  (D)  is the  greatest threat we have ever faced.

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5 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before.

 

The Dems respond to real crises, unlike the GOP and their fake immigration and voter fraud crises.

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2 minutes ago, Toldya said:

fake immigration

"fake immigration" crisis?

 

What is "fake" about the tens of thousands (or more) of unvaccinated untested people crossing our southern border and being released into the interior of the country?

 

Or maybe that is OK with you.

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5 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

The Dems respond to real crises, unlike the GOP and their fake immigration and voter fraud crises.

 

With Fascism and Marxism - for which they could have never acted upon w/o it.

 

... after creating it in the First Place.

 

You see how that works?

 

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2 minutes ago, superds77 said:

"fake immigration" crisis?

 

What is "fake" about the tens of thousands (or more) of unvaccinated untested people crossing our southern border and being released into the interior of the country?

 

Or maybe that is OK with you.

 

They ARE being tested. 

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/18-percent-migrant-families-leaving-border-patrol-custody-tested-positive-n1276244

 

And the numbers are comparable to previous years... and totally normal due to crises in their own countries.

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8 minutes ago, Toldya said:

 

They ARE being tested. 

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/18-percent-migrant-families-leaving-border-patrol-custody-tested-positive-n1276244

 

And the numbers are comparable to previous years... and totally normal due to crises in their own countries.

 

Illegal immigration is destroying our country

Compare this to the nearly 200,000 migrants who have crossed the virtually nonexistent southern border just in July of this year. The count is estimated by the overwhelmed U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a name that is almost contradictory given the Biden administration’s refusal to enforce the law and secure the border.

 

...our border resembles Swiss cheese.

 

- Democrat National Socialism -

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1 hour ago, freeman said:

Since the new construction near me has halted for a couple of months with empty window openings, I'm guessing that might be some of what is on a boat. A friend sells windows and every 6 weeks they tell him another 6 weeks. Not that we don't produce windows domestically, but like other things we do use other markets as well, and our manufacturing is in dysfunction already, while mandatory vaccination is going to further diminish the labor pool. People are waking up to the fact that it may very well be the choice between their job VS a future of cancer and heart and vascular issues and much more.

Reminds me of the stories my East German Aunt and Uncle told me about goods...

 

In the 70's the only 2 cars available were the Russian made Wartburg and the EG Trabant that came with a 2 stroke 2 cylinder. You had to pay cash up front when ordering and delivery took 10 years.

 

When they came to visit in '87, they were amazed at the abundance of stuff in hardware and the furniture stores. Their furniture store? One style, one color...and if you ordered, you got what came in...better days ahead I'm afraid...

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5 minutes ago, ROG62 said:

Reminds me of the stories my East German Aunt and Uncle told me about goods...

 

In the 70's the only 2 cars available were the Russian made Wartburg and the EG Trabant that came with a 2 stroke 2 cylinder. You had to pay cash up front when ordering and delivery took 10 years.

 

When they came to visit in '87, they were amazed at the abundance of stuff in hardware and the furniture stores. Their furniture store? One style, one color...and if you ordered, you got what came in...better days ahead I'm afraid...

My wife's mother's brother came from Poland in the early 90s. First time out of the country. Took him to a store for boots and the first pair he put on he said "good" and that was that. He didn't understand that he could buy some that fit. Refused a second pair. The whole experience here was so overwhelming it was difficult for him to go anywhere or see anything beyond just outdoors.

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Just now, freeman said:

My wife's mother's brother came from Poland in the early 90s. First time out of the country. Took him to a store for boots and the first pair he put on he said "good" and that was that. He didn't understand that he could buy some that fit. Refused a second pair. The whole experience here was so overwhelming it was difficult for him to go anywhere or see anything beyond just outdoors.

 

1 minute ago, freeman said:

My wife's mother's brother came from Poland in the early 90s. First time out of the country. Took him to a store for boots and the first pair he put on he said "good" and that was that. He didn't understand that he could buy some that fit. Refused a second pair. The whole experience here was so overwhelming it was difficult for him to go anywhere or see anything beyond just outdoors.

So true, no need for anything more than one's needs...

 

 I know my aunt freaked the first time she saw her sister's closet. My mom always sent clothes and money to her just to help out...

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1 hour ago, Toldya said:

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/18-percent-migrant-families-leaving-border-patrol-custody-tested-positive-n1276244

 

And the numbers are comparable to previous years... and totally normal due to crises in their own countries.

 

From your link...

 

"On Tuesday, CBP stopped 6,725 undocumented immigrants crossing into the U.S., according to internal data obtained by NBC News, keeping with the daily pace of July, which saw 210,000 total apprehensions, a 21-year high."

 

Previous years, perhaps. Recent years, apparently not.

 

So your second point "and totally normal due to crises in their own countries" seems to be justifying larger numbers base on these other factors ("crises in their own countries").

 

Is that the point you are trying to make? Or could you clarify?

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35 minutes ago, ROG62 said:

When they came to visit in '87, they were amazed at the abundance of stuff in hardware and the furniture stores.

 

Some of these "adolescent, socialist, malcontent" need to have some long conversations with some of these people that have lived behind the "iron curtain". To give them some greatly needed perspective.

 

I have had these conversations with colleagues from Romania, China and other countries where the communists were in control. Hard for us here in the USA to even comprehend, but shocking nonetheless.

 

 

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39 minutes ago, superds77 said:

 

From your link...

 

"On Tuesday, CBP stopped 6,725 undocumented immigrants crossing into the U.S., according to internal data obtained by NBC News, keeping with the daily pace of July, which saw 210,000 total apprehensions, a 21-year high."

 

Previous years, perhaps. Recent years, apparently not.

 

So your second point "and totally normal due to crises in their own countries" seems to be justifying larger numbers base on these other factors ("crises in their own countries").

 

Is that the point you are trying to make? Or could you clarify?

 

The trend started in 2019, and was created by Trump. 

 

So if you want to argue it is a crisis, then you can blame him for it. 

 

https://www.dispatch.com/news/20191125/immigration-court-backlog-has-nearly-doubled-under-trump

 

The decision to reopen previously closed cases has single-handedly exacerbated the immigration court crisis, yet it has not received sufficient attention,” the TRAC report states. “This single policy decision has caused a much greater increase in the court’s backlog than have all currently pending cases from families and individuals arrested along the southwest border seeking asylum.”

Others blamed the delays in part on one of Trump’s earliest executive orders, from January 2017, when he made every immigrant who was in the country illegally a priority for deportation. The norm had been to prioritize those who had committed crimes.

 

But of course, you probably won't. 

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48 minutes ago, superds77 said:

 

Some of these "adolescent, socialist, malcontent" need to have some long conversations with some of these people that have lived behind the "iron curtain". To give them some greatly needed perspective.

 

I have had these conversations with colleagues from Romania, China and other countries where the communists were in control. Hard for us here in the USA to even comprehend, but shocking nonetheless.

 

 

No doubt, I was able to see behind the iron-curtain in '72. Spent 6 weeks there. We were required to exchange so many dollars per day into Ost Marks...exchange was 4-1, so we felt rich. I remember the vehicle pollution...mostly diesel trucks, 2 stroke cars. I helped my 76 yo grandfather carry buckets of coal from the Keller to the third floor (all steps)...smoke everywhere...

 

I remember my aunt going on a full blown rant about how everything they produced went back to mother Russia while all they got were the leftover crumbs....

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