George Will: The never-mind presidency

George Will: The never-mind presidency

There are 30 comments on the Tallahassee Democrat story from Jul 7, 2013, titled George Will: The never-mind presidency. In it, Tallahassee Democrat reports that:

At this intermission in the immigration debate, with House Republicans preparing to look askance at the Senate's handiwork, the argument is becoming ever stranger.

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#24 Jul 11, 2013
Juan wrote:
Just minor convictions, ie. shoplifting, failure to pay a ticket, nothing to keep me from getting citizenship.
Figures...always taking things that don't belong to you.
anonymous

Barberton, OH

#25 Jul 11, 2013
Yes and no, George!

Yes, we are getting diminishing returns on border defense.

No, that doesn't mean the job's done. There's PLENTY of room for enforcing the law on hiring illegals.

See, this is fence sitting on George's part. He's being a smartie-smartie who is all ready to judge indecisiveness on the part of our government but isn't ready to define the problem, let alone present a solution.

We don't need empty-suits any more than we need flip-floppping politicians. Let's find out who has the authority(Congress), how they are using it(creating bills that they know won't go anywhere), and decide for ourselves why things aren't getting done!(Crooked parties)

Only one solution. Replace the crooked parties. Anyone going to wet their pants and say "It can't be done"?

Understood! Carry on Citizens!
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#26 Jul 11, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Figures...always taking things that don't belong to you.
There's not a teenager in the U. S. that hasn't done a few things they shouldn't have.

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#27 Jul 12, 2013
Juan wrote:
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There's not a teenager in the U. S. that hasn't done a few things they shouldn't have.
Oh please, do us a favor and just go away. You always try to find a way to justify the rotten things that you have done. I am sure some kids have crossed the line, but not all of them or even many of them have done what you have.
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#28 Jul 12, 2013
Getting into trouble is just part of being a teenager, some get into more trouble than others. I just happen to have gotten caught. I often wonder what my life would have been like if I were accepted into the Army. I could have retired at 39, as I was only 19 when I applied.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#30 Jul 12, 2013
Juan wrote:
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There's not a teenager in the U. S. that hasn't done a few things they shouldn't have.
I have three son's. Not one has ever broken the laws in this Country or served one day in a jail... Believe it or not. They truly are good citizens and good people. They're very color blind and not racist in any way but think the job markets and wages have died because of cheap labor. Besides your crimes are probably Judgement's for debt. You split any place you incurred debt.And child support judgement's...

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#31 Jul 13, 2013
Juan wrote:
Getting into trouble is just part of being a teenager, some get into more trouble than others. I just happen to have gotten caught. I often wonder what my life would have been like if I were accepted into the Army. I could have retired at 39, as I was only 19 when I applied.
Thank God you didn't, and not all kids cross the line of breaking laws...sure, they may disobey a parent's curfew or rule, but to do what you did, only a small minority of them will stoop to such behavior. Hopefully, their parents instilled a better value system. That's why being an active parent in a child's life is so important its well-being.
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#32 Jul 13, 2013
ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>I have three son's. Not one has ever broken the laws in this Country or served one day in a jail... Believe it or not. They truly are good citizens and good people. They're very color blind and not racist in any way but think the job markets and wages have died because of cheap labor. Besides your crimes are probably Judgement's for debt. You split any place you incurred debt.And child support judgement's...
ronnie - it's clear you are a very racist person, I don't see how your sons can be color blind.
As for them being in jail, "as far as you know".

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#34 Jul 14, 2013
Juan wrote:
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ronnie - it's clear you are a very racist person, I don't see how your sons can be color blind.
As for them being in jail, "as far as you know".
Really? An engaged parent would know if his/her kids were ever in jail. Geesh. Now, in your case...
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#35 Jul 14, 2013
I think ronnie would be surprised if he knew what his kids really did.

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