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            Monday, November 24, 2014




 







Calling it “a major step forward,” the U.S. Jesuits, the Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, and the Kino Border Initiative, a bi-national border ministry, have added their voices to Catholic groups welcoming President Obama’s executive order to provide immigration relief.  They added that there remains much work to be done.
The Obama announcement Nov. 20 offers temporary relief from deportation for as many as five million of our people.  The groups said they were pleased with the initiative.

BUT: All developed countries in the world have immigration laws.... There is nothing in the Bible to prohibit a country from having completely open borders or to have completely closed borders. Romans 13:1-7 also gives the government the authority to punish lawbreakers. Whether the punishment is imprisonment and/or deportation, or even something more severe, it is within the rights of the government to determine.
“At the same time we acknowledge that millions more families will continue to suffer under the constant specter of family separation caused by our broken immigration system, which can only be permanently resolved through positive, humane and practical legislation.”

“Through our ministries, we witness on a daily basis the tragic consequences of our nation’s current immigration laws and policies,” the statement reads.

“As Jesuits, we assess each immigration policy by whether it adheres to the Catholic and American value of promoting and affirming human dignity.”

“The President has exercised his constitutional discretion to prioritize immigration enforcement resources, while offering a process by which some of the 11 million undocumented may apply for a temporary reprieve.  Meanwhile, Congressional leaders must complete the urgent and necessary work of permanently fixing our unjust and broken immigration system.” [Full]


Here are Biblical passages that I assume the Jesuits are complying with:

Romans 13:1-7states, “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. Consequently, he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves. For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and he will commend you. For he is God's servant to do you good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword for nothing. He is God's servant, an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer. Therefore, it is necessary to submit to the authorities, not only because of possible punishment but also because of conscience. This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God's servants, who give their full time to governing. Give everyone what you owe him: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue; if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor.”

This passage makes it abundantly clear that we are to obey the government God places over us. God created government to establish order, punish evil, and promote justice (Genesis 9:6;1 Corinthians 14:33;Romans 12:8). We are to obey the government in everything—paying taxes, obeying rules and laws, and showing respect. If we do not, we are ultimately showing disrespect towards God, for He is the One who placed that government over us. When the apostle Paul wrote to the Romans, he was under the government of Rome during the reign of Nero, perhaps the most evil of all the Roman emperors. Paul still recognized the Roman government’s rule over him. How can we do any less?

The next question is “Is there a time when we should intentionally disobey the laws of the land?” The answer to that question may be found inActs 5:27-29, “Having brought the apostles, they made them appear before the Sanhedrin to be questioned by the high priest. 'We gave you strict orders not to teach in this Name,' he said. 'Yet you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching and are determined to make us guilty of this man's blood.' Peter and the other apostles replied: ‘We must obey God rather than men!'“ From this, it is clear that as long as the law of the land does not contradict the law of God, we are bound to obey the law of the land. As soon as the law of the land contradicts God's command, we are to disobey the law of the land and obey God's law. However, even in that instance, we are to accept the government’s authority over us. This is demonstrated by the fact that Peter and John did not protest being flogged, but instead rejoiced that they suffered for obeying God (Acts 5:40-42).

Jesuits (The Society of Jesus) was founded by Ignatius of Loyola in 1540.  Loyola had a strong military background and the Order was for  "whoever desires to serve as a soldier of God."  Jesuits are sometimes referred to colloquially as "God's Soldiers" or "God's Marines"


To this day, the Drinan case constitutes a good example of the potential harm that can be done when Catholic clergy become unduly involved in contemporary civil politics. The controversial voting-record of Congressman Drinan, and the understandable scandal it was causing, might very well have been the motivating factor behind John Paul II’s decision to revamp canon law on this issue.
First, in learning and dedication to living the word of our Lord Jesus Christ, Jesuits are my superior, and I would do well to emulate their devotion.  I do however tend to see Jesuits as the Left Wing of the Roman Catholic Church in some cases. Perhaps I'm influenced by Father Robert Drinan, the fiery Jesuit priest from Massachusetts, who demonstrated against the Vietnam War,  ran for Congress as an antiwar candidate and won. A true Democrat, and perhaps roll model of other rogue Catholics (like Pelosi and Kerry, et.al.),  Fr. Drinan repeatedly voted in favor of abortion, while claiming at the same time to be “personally opposed.”  In 1980 Pope John Paul II ordered "that priests would henceforth not be permitted to hold political office." [Canon Law Made Easy] I see more than a little Drinamyte in the Jesuit endorsement of our rogue president.


Spent six years in junior seminary,(not Jesuit) wanting to be a Jesuit so bad I could taste it. Applied at the seminaries I could maybe afford, but I didn't have a chance, because of my schoolwork. My tested IQ (154) was borderline, my sat's (640 english, 720 math)were, well, just OK, and my grades sucked(I hated being in a classroom), so not a chance. Money could have fixed these issues, but I didn't have that either. I would still give an arm and all of my teeth to be able to sign SJ after my name. -Billy Rubin

They believe they are justified by Biblical law (more citations under the fold above), but then so am I. As noted by Canon Law:


All developed countries in the world have immigration laws.... There is nothing in the Bible to prohibit a country from having completely open borders or to have completely closed borders. Romans 13:1-7 also gives the government the authority to punish lawbreakers. Whether the punishment is imprisonment and/or deportation, or even something more severe, it is within the rights of the government to determine

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So, this statement by the Jesuits infers conditions that simply do not exist in this country.  Again, I can't help but question motive.


“The President has exercised his constitutional discretion to prioritize immigration enforcement resources, while offering a process by which some of the 11 million undocumented may apply for a temporary reprieve.  Meanwhile, Congressional leaders must complete the urgent and necessary work of permanently fixing our unjust and broken immigration system.”

How, pray tell, is our legislated immigration policy unjust?  If it's broken, blame Eric Holder for breaking it by prosecuting states like Arizona for trying to uphold the law.  It's that law that Obamunists have been violating.  It's they who ignore our written Constitution and immigration laws by fiat!  If the Jesuits are to be consistent, they ought be demanding rebellion against this tyrannical Obama government. Or, maybe just STFU.

JMJ

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II suppose any of us her could shred this whole piece of Leftist crap in detail, but I'll pick just one part;
...we witness on a daily basis the tragic consequences of our nation’s current immigration laws and policies,”..
Our current laws are not being enforced, so that is not a cause of tragic consequences. Families are separated, people are "in the shadows" because the illegal invaders chose to come here, leaving their families behind. Coming here was their choice; they were not brought her in chains or at gunpoint.
The reason they came her was because of their own disfunctional, bribe ridden, socialist or dictatorial governments that rule on the whim of men, not the rule of law. Where there are laws in their home countries, they are written by a wealthy oligarchy and enforced with well placed bribes.
That is not our fault.
What I find particularly galling is that these illegal invaders want our laws corrupted to suit their needs just as the laws are corrupted where they came from.
I would like to see another Operation Wetback where a seriuous sweep and deportation is made in selected areas, encouraging most of the rest to self-deport.
I have nothing against the hard working immigrants I've met, and rather liked them, but I want them to come here sponsored by their employers, properly vetted, enrolled in tax witholding programs and issued green cards. If they get a driver's license, it must identify the holder as an alien, and they must be insured per state requirements.
We must have a law or Constitutional amendment that ends the anchor baby scam.
After jumping through those hoops, welcome to America.
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So the Catholic Church has always been a socialist organization. Am I correct here?
 
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I'm impressed — it's not easy to out-presbytery Presbyterians.
 
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Basically this amounts to "follow the money." The likely illegals are Catholic, who will come to church and contribute to the collection boxes.

In our churches in Birmingham, AL, they already have services in Spanish. If ICE showed up at these services, they would have to be shut down for lack of interest.
 
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If I could add onto Tailgunner Dick's list...
No welfare or any social services for people who can't prove they are here legally.
No sanctuary state/city. Any city/state who provides assistance to illegals gets all of their federal funds turned off until compliance.
Then again we could just put a $5000 tax free bounty on illegals. A whole new industry would be created from that.
 
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            Sunday, November 23, 2014










Meet the 100 Most Significant Americans of All Time






Trailblazers Rebels & resisters
Presidents First Women Outlaws
Christopher Columbus
Henry Hudson
Amerigo Vespucci
John Smith
Giovanni da Verrazzano
John Muir
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Sacagawea
Kit Carson
Neil Armstrong
John Wesley Powell
Martin Luther King Jr.
Robert E. Lee
Thomas Paine
John Brown
Frederick Douglass
Susan B. Anthony
W.E.B. Du Bois
Tecumseh
Sitting Bull
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Malcolm X
Abraham Lincoln
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Theodore Roosevelt
Ulysses S. Grant
Ronald W. Reagan
George W. Bush
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
James Madison
Andrew Jackson
Pocahontas
Eleanor Roosevelt
Hillary Clinton
Sarah Palin
Martha Washington
Hellen Keller
Sojourner Truth
Jane Addams
Edith Wharton
Bette Davis
Oprah Winfrey
Benedict Arnold
Jesse James
John Wilkes Booth
Al Capone
Billy the Kid
William M. “Boss” Tweed
Charles Manson
Wild Bill Hickok
Lee Harvey Oswald
John Dillinger
Lucky Luciano
Artists Religious figures Pop icons Empire-builders Athletes
Frank Lloyd Wright
Andy Warhol
Frederick Law Olmsted
James Abbott MacNeill Whistler
Jackson Pollock
John James Audubon
Georgia O’Keeffe
Thomas Eakins
Thomas Nast
Alfred Stieglitz
Ansel Adams
Joseph Smith Jr.
William Penn
Brigham Young
Roger Williams
Anne Hutchinson
Jonathan Edwards
L. Ron Hubbard
Ellen G. White
Cotton Mather
Mary Baker Eddy
Billy Graham
Mark Twain
Elvis Presley
Madonna
Bob Dylan
Michael Jackson
Charlie Chaplin
Jimi Hendrix
Marilyn Monroe
Frank Sinatra
Louis Armstrong
Mary Pickford
Andrew Carnegie
Henry Ford
John D. Rockefeller
J.P. Morgan
Walt Disney
Thomas Alva Edison
William Randolph Hearst
Howard Hughes
Bill Gates
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Steve Jobs
Babe Ruth
Muhammad Ali
Jackie Robinson
James Naismith
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Ty Cobb
Michael Jordan
Hulk Hogan
Jim Thorpe
Secretariat
Billie Jean King

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As significant as who's on the list is who is not

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Secretariat is "significant people?

Last I checked it was a g-d-damned HORSE!!

Is this a joke or is the Smithsonian employing brainless morons?
 
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L. Ron Hubbard? I understand his notoriety but one of the ten most significant religious leaders in US history? Not many Baptists on the selection committee. Little puzzled by Schwartzenegger too. Steroids in sports maybe?
 
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Well, he was a significant athlete; I'd have used Cal Ripkin
 
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L. Ron Hubbard was significant; he represented one of the early attempts to mock religion and the joke sprouted wings (dingbats).
 
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It looks like they acquired the list from a survey they placed in the National Inquirer and Cosmopolitan.
 
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Any list of "Best Presidents" which does not include Calvin Coolidge renders the rest of the list irrelevant.
 
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They left Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton out of the OUTLAW group.
 
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A thought provoking list. I would add:

Mark Spitz — unprecedented clean sweep of 7 Olympic gold medals.

J. Willard Gibbs — easily the greatest American-born polymath ever and bane of chemistry students for all time.

Robert Goddard — invented a little thing we call the "rocket engine."

Nicola Tesla — 60 hz AC power is important to quite a few Americans.

Percival Lowell — PLuto is still a planet in America.

Grant Wood — Regionalism, Post-Impressionism, American Gothic, etc.

Stanley Kubrick — 50 years later, try streaming 2001 for free.

Ponce de León — if you consider Florida to be part of America.

Eli Whitney — bankrolled the Confederacy.

Cyrus McCormick — bankrolled the War of Northern Aggression.

Orville and Wilbur Wright — somewhat more significant than Oprah.

Norman Borlaug — greatest humanitarian in human history.

Charles and Frank Duryea — we still like fast cars.

Jennings Cox —best American cocktail on Earth.
 
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Add-ons to the list : T/Blzrs- James T. Kirk. Rebels- Johnny Yuma. President- Frank Zappa. 1st Women- Carol Doda. Outlaw- Willie Nelson. Artist- Robert Crumb. Religious fig.- Sister Bertrille. Pop Icon- Zippy. Empire Bldr.- Jack Daniels. Athlete- Delete Hulk Hogan and add on Secretariat again. Because....
 
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Norman Vincent Peale and Babe Zaharias
 
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Helly, some of us here in rural Florida are still Americans but we are slowly loosing to the invasion forces.
 
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Have to say I was a little surprised to see L. Ron Hubbard on the list until I realized that Joseph Smith was there as well. That explained everything.
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President Merkin Muffley and his lovely wife the First
Wookie were not included. Look for the director of the
Smithsonian to be greasing the undercarriage of a
city bus in 3, 2, 1...
 
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Christopher Columbus was never in mainland America, let alone the USA.

Who makes this stuff up?
 
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Obama has in 6 years undone 240 years of American law and exceptionalism. I see as a very significant.
 
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Wow,

A Kim du Toit sighting!

I don't usually bother with the best of. I got my own lists and they never include thinking of the best of. My list usually include that that one dare not speak their name because evil people always seem to slip under the radar.
 
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Hold on one second. I reread that post after I finally managed to get it to appear and I would like to delete it.
I hugely enjoyed reading Kim du Toit's blog back when I started reading blogs. He is one of the very best people I know based purely on his writing and blog.

I'm worried that the way my previous comment reads might lead any person to think that he is one of the evil ones. He's not. He is one of the best.

My apologies for gooning the language.
 
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dun't worry, we amn't drooling libs here Mr. Ship
 
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Mr. Defiant (if that is your name), I fail to see anything in either of your posts which could cause me any form of umbrage. You DID fail to mention that Barack Obama is a MFCS, but we all make slip-ups now and again.
 
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            Saturday, November 22, 2014



Maryland at Michigan 3:30; BiG Ten Cable

Okay, we're at their  place.  We have never beat Michigan. They're having an off season offensively (as are we); but they have the eighth ranked defense. Michigan need this win to become bowl eligible. This is virtually identical to what we had 3 weeks ago when we played Penn State.  We won.  At 2:15 PM my sense is that the Terps win.  But just writing that almost changed my mind.   I have an hour 15 to make my final call.

OKAY- Maryland by 6  .... Make that 7!




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OKAY- Maryland by 6- Last Call
 
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Suck it everyone! Go Ducks!
 
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"Creepy" is always superflous when talking about Ducks fans.

Casca
 
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Calling Maryland over Michigan and missing by 1 - When should we start looking for the Boned Jello Tip Sheet?
 
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QUACK! MFer's QUACK!
 
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National Champ will be 'Bama or Buckeyes- prolly the former. I have spoken.
 
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i'm wondering what's behind the stripes
 
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Cutting Edge 


Nonchalance Extraordinaire



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Trouble is,
the anesthetist is doin' the same thing.
 
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She's texting the surgeon.
Nobody talks anymore.
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My Dad is an anesthesiologist and a couple years ago, when he was 80, he had a hernia operation. He wouldn't let them put him under so he could watch and critique and make sure they did it right. Had them use a spinal block instead of full anesthesia....
 
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Thats Obamacare at it's finest. She's reading the directions that came with the surgery kit. -Anymouse
 
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There is no anesthetist. Awake with spontaneus respiration. Regional anesthesia.
 
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Just another nip and tuck will get that thing tight again.
 
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Seems kinda elaborate just to test the new Hitachi Magic Wand, but that's ObamaCare for you.
 
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Stuck in traffic ..



Her name is Lauren O'Brien and she's able to capture both the voice and the look of what 14 different celebrities do when they're stuck in traffic. 

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INTRO
You might not know this but you don't see all of the Internet. The Internet has its own version of the black market and the things that happen there are absolutely terrifying. Welcome to the Dark Web aka the Darknet

DEEP WEB LINKS (that not even Google recognizes)

An Up-To-Date Layman's Guide To Accessing The Deep Web
First: the hot sheets. Subreddit forums for DeepWeb, onions, and Tor are the way to go in terms of gathering a backgrounder for entry points into DarkNet. Unsurprisingly though, much of the information currently on the surface Internet about the actual underbelly of the web is outdated. Ever since Silk Road's takedown last year, the Under-web has been changing.

To get into the Deep Web these days, you first have to download the Tor add-on for Firefox. By downloading the Tor Browser Bundle from the Tor Project you are securing your anonymity to browse, which is the main draw for using Tor. Once you have downloaded the browser bundle,
blah blah snoooze

"Well, he seed the varmint, Pa". 
Girl who used her beaver pelt to steal Linus's, and send him down a crevasse, in How the West Was Won"

Don't be needing no cocaine, or illegal porn (a scary vision, that).  I'll wait for a resident braniac to come up with useful direct links which, of course, will spell the end of darkness.  But, rest assured, about a year from now the media will latch onto this and you can say, "I already knew that."  You're welcome.

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My Daughter , the ine with the Ivory handles is dealing with this in college , and her internship at No Such Agency ! She was telling me about it the other day . Scary stuff Boss , and it is real ; ) > SMIBSID
 
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Our chillin's have been extolling us with testimonies about Yoga's many health virtues.  They say that online video instruction make learning at home a viable way to go.  Creaking bones yesterday pushed me to Google some up.  I was watching one when MoSup,  hearing it from the other room, came to investigate.  She quickly noted " you can do that with your clothes on, you know."  Still, I wasand amspellbound by the demonstration.  And, this is intermediate level?!?  Not even in my best years was I capable of reaching that level of body control without hurting myself.  If  synchronized swimming can be an Olympic sport (isn't it?), then so too should this.

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I can't seem to get the crown of my head to open to the sky.
 
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WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave her stamp of approval on the executive actions President Barack Obama will take on immigration.

“I support the President’s decision to begin fixing our broken immigration system and focus finite resources on deporting felons rather than families,” Clinton said in a statement following Obama’s Thursday night address.

In the statement, Clinton blamed Republicans’ “abdication of responsibility” for forcing Obama to take executive action.

“Their abdication of responsibility paved the way for this executive action, which follows established precedent from Presidents of both parties going back many decades,” Clinton said. “But, only Congress can finish the job by passing permanent bipartisan reform that keeps families together, treats everyone with dignity and compassion, upholds the rule of law, protects our borders and national security, and brings millions of hard-working people out of the shadows and into the formal economy so they can pay taxes and contribute to our nation’s prosperity.”

Mind boggling  layers of calumny, chutzpah, misdirection, and self-serving poppycock here. Bravo.


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...they can pay taxes and contribute to our nation’s prosperity
Make that "They will collect earned income tax credits and contribute to the destruction of the already overburdened and underfunded Social Security system" and she'd be closer to the truth. But what would she know about truth? Lying ratbastards, all of 'em.
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            Friday, November 21, 2014






Mad Men Run Amok

The "women in prison/closed captions " (last one) is, well; you have to wonder. Looks like something South Park would do.


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                                           Mexican Invaders

TACOS for $6000 Alex
 

I want to reiterate: Legal are good people; illegals are TACOS.

As I've said before, much of the problem with our immigration "policy" is that we don't enforce the laws we already have concerning entry and residence in the country.

However, since "everyone agrees" that our immigration system needs "fixing," I offer two simple solutions to the problem:

Suggestion # 1.
Standard form – 10 questions:
  1. Do you have any communicable diseases?
  2. Do you owe more than $1000 USD to any legitimate business or organization?
  3. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
  4. Are you a member of a gang or communist organization?
  5. Are you a Muslim?
If the answer to any of the five questions above is “yes,” then you are ineligible for entry into the United States.  Go away. 
  1. Do you have any special and legitimate skills to provide you with income?
  2. Do you understand the principles of the government of the United States?
  3. Can you speak and read conversational English?
  4. Are your immediate family completely free of mental disease or disorder?
  5. Is the state of your health good enough for steady employment?
If the answer to any of questions 6 through 10 is “no,” then you are ineligible for entry into the United States.  Go back where you came from and don’t come back.

Suggestion # 2.

The United States of America is closed.  We don't need any more people.  Go away.

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I think we have just witnessed the decimation of the Democrat party. This may be the greatest Rope-A-Dope in history. Boehner, you magnificent bastard!
 
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Geez, I'd love to agree with you on this one Helly, but I can't. Boner hasn't shown the intellectual heft or the necessary testosterone levels like that in years.

What we just witnessed is only phase 1 of a multi stage plan. Further, I don't see anyone unringing this bell. Least of all the republicans.

Nobody is going to tell these people. . . .oh, BTW our bad, you don't have the status your thought you had, but we are going to fix it for ya!

Which will immediately prompt the repubics to pass a Bill that is very similar.

If that is what you are referring too, it had to be a plan hatched in a Tanning Bed somewhere.

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1. Do you have any communicable diseases? The common cold? Bad wording on question but good idea.
2. Do you owe more than $1000 USD to any legitimate business or organization? More bad wording. Many desirable wealthy immigrants have big debts and big assets. How about: Does your net worth exceed 50,000.00? Or whatever amount makes sense.
3. Have you ever been convicted of a crime? How about felony within the last 5 years - some do rehabilitate themselves ya know. How about folks convicted of felonious anti-social behaviour in the old east bloc countries, or similar non-crimes?
4. Are you a member of a gang or communist organization? Bingo. Good one.
5. Are you a Muslim? Until so called 'reasonable' Muslims are prepared to act against their co-religionists and put citizenship first, take none. Good one.
6. Do you have any special and legitimate skills to provide you with income? Tough one. Lot's of very successful entrepreneurs would fail this one. I once asked a very successful real estate investor how he made so much money. Answer: I buy and sell. How do you know when land is a good deal? Answer: I don't know how, I just know.
7. Do you understand the principles of the government of the United States? This would force you to deport about 70% of native born Americans, starting with all Democrats. So yeah, a good idea.
8. Can you speak and read conversational English? Not buying this one at all. My mother came over from Germany after WW2 with no English at all. All she could do was work 24 hours a day, save money and invest. Took her a year to learn English and speak it more grammatically than most locals.
9. Are your immediate family completely free of mental disease or disorder? very funny. Nobody honest can answer this one 'No'. My two brothers, for example, ...
10. Is the state of your health good enough for steady employment? Bad, subjective question. How about: "Do you agree that if you do not file annual tax returns showing at least $30K income net of expenses for the next 5 years, or if you ever accept any welfare or public assistance, we will deport you."

Sorry for long-winded comment.
 
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            Pencil Locks Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 11/21/2014 12:17:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (2) | Send This Post | HOME
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"I'm not a practicing Christian, but ... as a strong believer in custom and tradition and ritual as the glue that keeps a culture intact, I completely agree with Mr. Scott.   Anyone who doesn't just doesn't get it." Ron Metzger

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Now that's a lock!
 
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That's right handy. It reminds of the joke about the constipated mathematician.
 
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  Kamouflerat svenskt stridsfartyg
(a camouflaged Swedish naval ship)

Well done! as long as it doesn't sail. (ROLLOVERHEIZEN)

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            Der Swedish island, 12 knots, offen der port bowzen! Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 11/21/2014 10:59:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (7) | Send This Post | HOME
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"I'm not a practicing Christian, but ... as a strong believer in custom and tradition and ritual as the glue that keeps a culture intact, I completely agree with Mr. Scott.   Anyone who doesn't just doesn't get it." Ron Metzger

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Must be a real sumbitch to paint.
 
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Is that where they are going to hide from the islamo nut jobs taking over their country?
 
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Hey, Navies around the World spend most of their time painting.....
 
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Lot of money to defend that particular 600 feet of coastline.
 
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"Must be a real sumbitch to paint."

Are flocks of diarrheic seagulls really that expensive?
 
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I don't see it ; ) > SMIBSID
 
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En svensk ö, 12 knop, bort den port bågen.
Some Swede
 
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Police State USA                       









The open-source tool was developed by security researcher Claudio Guarnieri, a security researcher who has been investigating government abuse of spyware for years. He often collaborates with other researchers at University of Toronto's Citizen Lab.

During their investigations, Guarnieri and his colleagues discovered, for example, that the Bahraini government used software created by German company FinFisher to spy on human rights activists. They also found out that the Ethiopian government spied on journalists in the U.S. and Europe, using software developed by Hacking Team, another company that sells off-the-shelf surveillance tools. [..]

Detekt only works with Windows, and it's designed to discover malware developed both by commercial firms, as well as popular spyware used by cybercriminals, such as BlackShades RAT (Remote Access Tool) and Gh0st RAT.

The tool has some limitations, though: It's only a scanner, and doesn't remove the malware infection, which is why Detekt's official site warns that if there are traces of malware on your computer, you should stop using it "immediately," and and look for help. It also might not detect newer versions of the spyware developed by FinFisher, Hacking Team and similar companies. [full]

Since 9/11 I am less inclined to view our government as an instrument able to "provide for the common defense," and "secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity" at once.  Since 2009, even less so.  So, when it comes to accepting the the United States government's explanation for anything at face value, from Kennedy's assassination, through Oklahoma CityTWA Flight 8009/11election resultsor even Obama's C.V., et.al.; my stance is citizen emptor.  If Hollywood can script it, it's possible.  So, even recognizing the genius that might induce we guilty-minded into ourselves installing a direct pipeline to the Obamasariot; I tried it. With this result.




I guess Windows 8 can detect and fix anything on its own.  God bless you Microsoft. Now I can sleep.


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            DETEKT Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 11/21/2014 08:56:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (4) | Send This Post | HOME
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I've become completely opposed to the government protecting itself. If they exist to protect themselves from me, at my expense, then they don't need to exist. Shut the whole damn thing down. This whole notion that the the president and members of the general, national, collective gov. are so vital to my interests that they must be protected from me is fully opposed to the idea "of the people, by the people, and for the people." We need to start over and rethink that shit.
 
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Just sayin' …
(What? I know nothing, nuth-thing!)
 
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oui; "the genius that might induce we guilty-minded into ourselves installing a direct pipeline "
 
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