Yep, all you have to do is note who "rename" was responding to, it pretty much excuses anything "rename" said.<quoted text>
Think there's any chance of having a logical reasoned intelligent conversation with the poster who wrote that?
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#44189 May 14, 2014
Since: Nov 12
#44190 May 14, 2014
And isn't this special, the Obama administration that likes to claim it has been stronger on deportation than any other administration (a lie they "support" by changing the definition of "deportation" to include those they simply turn around at the border) now admits to releasing over 36,000 illegal aliens BACK INTO THE US instead of deporting them as should have been done. And these included over 100 convicted of HOMICIDE,
over 400 convicted of SEXUAL ASSAULT, over 9,000 convicted of possession of "dangerous drugs" and over 15,000 convicted of DRUNK DRIVING. Well don't we all feel safer knowing this.
And these numbers come from the US Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement
#44192 May 14, 2014
You could be right. Lol. Several of us have referenced you today, in one way or another. All good!:)
#44193 May 14, 2014
Disturbing news. I'm wondering who can continue to support this administration after hearing this.
#44194 May 14, 2014
Do a google search for "36,000 illegal aliens Back into the US".
Go through the first 5 pages of results. NOTHING but right-wing echo-chamber sites. NO mainstream news at all. NONE. It makes you wonder if it's real news.
The article bases its information on a report from the Center for Immigration Studies, or CIS.
Who are they? Glad you asked!
It bills itself as an "independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization" and testified before Congress almost 100 times between 1995 and 2009. According to its website, CIS is "the nation's only think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United States." CIS states that its vision of America is "pro-immigrant, low-immigration," seeking "fewer immigrants but a warmer welcome for those admitted." But according to the SPLC, "the reality is that CIS has never found any aspect of immigration that it liked." CIS is part of the John Tanton Network, the anti-immigrant "empire of organizations" created by, or connected to, population-control advocate and nativist John Tanton.
JohnTanton - Let's learn more about him.
The John Tanton Network describes the anti-immigrant "empire of organizations" created by, or connected to, population-control advocate and nativist John Tanton.
The Center for New Community (CNC) reports that "what appears to the public as a myriad of voices advocating for severe immigration enforcement is nothing more than a series of front groups,'coalitions,' and spin-offs seeking to overwhelm reasonable debate on immigration." CNC also created a map of the network.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has compiled a list of organizations within the John Tanton Network, many of which the SPLC classifies as "hate groups."
Well John Tanton isn't a nice guy at all. There's a lot more to know about him none of it good, and a lot of it quite racist. But - let's get back to CIS.
CIS has received over $6 million in donations from the anti-immigration group called the Colcom Foundation, started by Cordelia Scaife May, a close friend of John Tanton and sister to Richard Scaife of the right-wing Scaife Foundations. Executive Direction Mark Krikorian appeared in Congress to testify against the bill, claiming that "virtually all illegal aliens are guilty of multiple felonies" -- quite the example of CIS' "pro-immigrant" vision.
And who is Richard Scaife? Richard Mellon Scaife is a billionaire contributor to the Republican Party and right-wing think tanks, one of the most influential men behind the American conservative movement. Scaife has helped establish their biggest institutions and supported some of their most radical ideas through donations from his Scaife foundations
This whole thing is starting to look like manufactured right-wing propaganda.
#44195 May 14, 2014
But, what if the numbers are true? They came from ICE, which is real, right?
Well, let's look at the CIS report that all of these articles that were written were based upon, shall we?
Notice this text:
In 2013, ICE freed 36,007 convicted criminal aliens from detention who were awaiting the outcome of deportation proceedings, ACCORDING TO A DOCUMENT obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies.
A document, you say? Interesting...
WHICH document, precisely? That might clear this whole thing up, wouldn't it?
Well, the report doesn't say which document. They don't show it, they don't name it, nothing. NADA. ZILCH. Apparently none of the major news outlets have seen it either.
Hmmm... doesn't sound too reliable, does it?
RIGHT-WING NEWS ONLY -- leads to 501(c) think-tank funded by radical republicans, the report is based on "A Document" that is never mentioned by name anywhere.
You guys have been bamboozled again, it looks like. I came up with all of that after 3 minutes of questioning it.
If they ever name the document from ICE and any claim at all can be corroborated, THEN maybe it will be news.
Right now, it's just more lies from the Republican Lunatic Fringe. That you RWW's are happy to believe.
#44196 May 14, 2014
Google Search for "36,000 illegal aliens back in US"
Breitbart , rushlimbaugh, freerepublic, hotair, GOP daily dose, dailymail.UK, wordsfromtheright, usbacklash, mrconservative, thefederalistpapers, theBlaze, AmericanThinker, topconservativenews, libertynewsonline and on and on and on--
A veritable Who's Who of right-wing fake-news echo-chamber propagande DOT COMS.
This is why you whackos are so misinformed! Quit being a slave to that right-wing fake-news brain-washing habit you all have!
#44197 May 14, 2014
You're exactly the gullible uneducated sucker these 501(c) think-tanks are targeting. They want simple-minded suckers to ask exactly the kind of question you asked above in quotes.
That's why they spend millions and millions of dollars - they want to indoctrinate the easily influenced suckers.
#44198 May 14, 2014
So they say. They have "a document".
#44199 May 14, 2014
I didn't ask a question.... just wondering. The chickenscratch begins & I wonder NO more.
#44200 May 14, 2014
The post below is the one in question by the dummy ..notice I did not give a link and the dummy stopped looking once he got to the heartland link, madness took over so he stopped and had a madness attack about the Koch brothers .. Like waving a red flag in front of a stupid bull ..
And you did not trace it to the USHCN or the HPRCC ..
Post # 44119 page 2118
Take a back seat to Global Cooling..........
"2014 is the U.S.s coldest year ever so far"
"This year has been the coldest year in history through May 6, according to the network of nationwide thermometers monitored by the U.S. Historical Climatology Network. Summer officially arrives later this month, and it better be a warm one if the United States is to avoid setting a new record for its coldest year ever."
A chicken butt response
Do a Google search to get the source of his information. click on this link to see the results : http://bit.ly/1k0wd4Z
You'll end up with 6 results. Usually Google pulls up hundreds of thousands.
Click on the 1st link that's a result: http://www.humanevents.com/2014/05/13/2014-is ...
Notice this text: This article originally appeared on heartland.org .
Heartland.org is "The Heartland Institute".
The Heartland Institute IS the Koch Brothers - Oil and Coal Barons and funders of right-wing-propaganda and ExxonMobile.
Verdict: Pure Bullsh!t article.
AND - rename KNOWS it's a pure BS article. I wonder why he's on this forum EVERY SINGLE DAY spreading misleading lies?
#44201 May 14, 2014
This was my response to the Butt .
Post # 4412 same page .2118
You got the hots so much for the Koch brothers.......you failed to investigate further........
that data came originally from the U.S. Historical Climatology Network (USHCN), as reported by heartland..........
The USHCN is a designated subset of the NOAA Cooperative Observer Program (COOP) Network..........
I will wait on your apology for calling me a liar..........
You just gotta get over your fascination and obsession with those Koch boys..........they'll give you bad dreams, make you wet your bed, and the wife will kick you out of the house.........accusing you of infidelity with ghosts past, present, and future........
So in answer once again to the big Dummy Butt
You have found a link that said heartland .saw the red flag you always associate with heartland, attacked like a Raging bully Bull ..and completely lost your senses (I credit you with sense when you have none) .
I replied you did not do a full search past the sorry link you found ..and directed you to the real source where the data came from .you then started your normal heeing and hawing crap and back up a lie with more lies about what I posted ..
This chart ..http://stevengoddard.f iles.wordpress.com/2014/05/scr eenshot-at-may-08-08-50-30.png ?w=640 .from the USHCN shows the lowest temps through may, 2014 ..
This chart is a partial reflection of those low temps .http://stevengoddard.f iles.wordpress.com/2014/05/yea rtdeptus-10.png?w=640&h=49 3
The HPRCC (High Plains Regional Climate Center) does work for NOAA and USHCN ..
I have also disproven in an earlier post the lies you state about the Koch brothers financial support of the heartland institute ..but you just hate the Kochs so much, you would rather lie than let it go ..or admit the truth ..
And heres another graph for you dummy one of reasons I am standing on the side of truth in referencing global cooling, global warming, climate change, climate disruption, or any other crappy name you libroids wanna use .the graph explains itself ..and yes, I referenced heartland on purpose hoping your madness will get the white coat guys out and lock up this nut
#44202 May 14, 2014
Thanks Aggie.........the dummy was looking for sympathy for himself..........maybe mama will give him some.......
#44203 May 14, 2014
Roflllllllll @ the dummy referencing the SPLC..........and expects conservative to believe this kind of BS he puts out........a group who has been known to bend the law in a circle........
SPLC..........a socialist radical body politic who uses tactics such as.....
"Leftist, Terrorism-Inspiring Southern Poverty Law Center Labels Common Core Critics Far-Right Extremists"
"SPLC to Georgia: Give transgender inmate hormone treatment or well sue"
"Southern Poverty Law Center targets writing by Star City teacher "
and the FBI..........
"FBI Dumps Southern Poverty Law Center as Hate Crimes Resource"
For dam good reasons..........
#44204 May 14, 2014
You stop posting for 2-3 hours & he comes after me. Further proof this post is 100% accurate. He most definitely has "little man syndrome" with a mix of some sort of poultry disease. He needs a therapist AND a veterinarian. LOL
#44205 May 14, 2014
Now that is the funny of the day.....
#44206 May 14, 2014
More like surrounded by idiots syndrome.
You guys just can't understand why it's so easy to prove you wrong on everything, can you? Despite that fact that myself and others have spelled it out in plain English for you..
#44207 May 14, 2014
Obama to GOP: Tear down this bridge, and pay for a new one
CNN White House Producer Matthew Hoye
Tarrytown, New York (CNN)- Saying that rebuilding America "shouldn't be a partisan issue," President Obama tackled the dense issue of federal infrastructure spending Wednesday. He called on Republicans in Congress to "not fight on something we all know makes sense."
Obama took Republicans to task several times for not approving funds that would replenish the nation's Highway Trust Fund, which could run out of money late this summer.
He said states are already cutting back on projects because of the uncertainty, and that thousands of good-paying construction jobs are in jeopardy as a result. If Congress does not, "act by the end of the summer, federal funding for transportation projects will run out," Obama said. "There will be no money, the cupboard will be bare."
Obama told Republicans that if they didn't want to listen to him, maybe they should listen to some past GOP leaders.
"My favorite president happens to have been a Republican - a guy named Abraham Lincoln in my home state of Illinois." He added "it was Lincoln who committed to a railroad connecting East to West, even while he was struggling mightily to hold together North and South. It was a Republican, Dwight Eisenhower, who built the Interstate Highway System. It was Ronald Reagan who said that rebuilding our infrastructure is 'an investment in tomorrow that we must make today'.
The President spoke at the Washington Irving Boat Club just north of New York City, using the outdated Tappan Zee Bridge as a backdrop. The bridge is in the process of being replaced by a new span, and is one of several so-called fast track projects that the President used as an example of success stories he would like to see repeated across the country.
In that vein, Obama also announced an executive action to streamline infrastructure permitting at the federal level, and unveiled plans to fast-track 11 projects across the country.
"We're releasing a new plan for 11 more projects to accelerate from Boston South Station to Pensacola Bay Bridge, to new light rail projects north and south of Seattle," he said, adding that his order would cut "bureaucratic red tape that stalls good projects from breaking ground."
The push comes as the federal Highway Trust Fund is rapidly dwindling, setting up a so-called "transportation cliff" toward the end of August. Fueled by gasoline taxes, the fund hasn't been able to keep up with spending demands as Americans spend less on fuel.
Meanwhile, America's highways and bridges - and other critical parts of the nation's transportation infrastructure such as railways - need serious upgrades and repairs. The American Society of Civil Engineers gives U.S. infrastructure a D+ in terms of condition and performance.
In Washington, Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer of California put forward a transportation bill earlier this week in the Senate that has received some Republican support. But there has been little support in the Republican-controlled House.
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus responded to the President's criticism, saying, "We already tried President Obama's effort to fix our country's infrastructure through his failed $830 billion stimulus. If the President is looking for a shovel-ready project, then he can get moving on the Keystone Pipeline which will create thousands of American jobs."
LOL! Typical Republicans!!
Obama asks them to do something that's good for the country, and is plainly obvious, they respond by saying the only thing they want to talk about is their Oil & Coal Puppet Masters pet project, and screw average Americans who want their country taken care of.
#44208 May 15, 2014
Changing the subject again are we???
I proved you wrong..........and even throwed in a red herring (red flag) for you to bully bull your way through the china shop again..........
you have failed to charge that flag to prove me wrong..........
and I'm still waiting on that apology you owe me..........for calling me a liar..........
#44209 May 15, 2014
That's a good 'un. Yuk, yuk.
Then there are the married Republican women who, when questioned, say "Yes, dear I voted Republican" to keep peace. Then there are the Republican women who get accompanied into the voting booth to make sure that they vote as directed. Then there are the Stepford Wives Republican women who go through the programmed motions.
But, how many women do you know that will say "Yes, I voted for Bush, twice"?
I give married women and all women much more credit overall than you do.
You can still "Stand by your man" and vote how you want. Except for some Republican women who get accompanied into the voting booth. Sad.
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