Rep. King: For every 'valedictorian' illegal immigrant in U.S., '100...

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#1 Jul 24, 2013
look at our jails and prisons. and before someone says there are more Americans in prison which is foolish to say being this is the USA.

that dope is getting in somehow,time to execute drug smugglers and mules. that is the only way to stop it.
Brenda besson

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#2 Jul 24, 2013
Mr king is right,the truth hurts.but its the truth,thats what they do

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#3 Jul 24, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
Mr king is right,the truth hurts.but its the truth,thats what they do
the open border folks do not like that kind of truth coming out,they would rather lie and say they are all perfect students who do no wrong.
Brenda besson

United States

#4 Jul 24, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
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the open border folks do not like that kind of truth coming out,they would rather lie and say they are all perfect students who do no wrong.
yes,but I love him.he is an old school republican.who loves america.he does not care if they dont like what he says.its because of him and people like him we wont have amnesty.truth be told.and if the illegals and la raza dont like it leave,last week he said undocument illegals are not his problem,and hes right,so I love him.
RONNIE

Salt Lake City, UT

#5 Jul 24, 2013
And yet again the main stream media condemed him for being honest and sharing the reality that every other Real American think's anyway. The drug mules do not go home for fear of death and that's what here....
Brenda besson

United States

#6 Jul 24, 2013
RONNIE wrote:
And yet again the main stream media condemed him for being honest and sharing the reality that every other Real American think's anyway. The drug mules do not go home for fear of death and that's what here....
its out there and its been heard!!!
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#7 Jul 25, 2013
We hope he can also give statistics in like manner on the the demand side of the business he is talking about and what is his policy position on that that side since we already knew where he stands with the supplier, and since this problem has two folds it cannot be addressed one-sidedly.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#8 Jul 25, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
We hope he can also give statistics in like manner on the the demand side of the business he is talking about and what is his policy position on that that side since we already knew where he stands with the supplier, and since this problem has two folds it cannot be addressed one-sidedly.
As the number of illegal aliens and anchor babies have increased so has the demand for illegal drugs. The vast majority of illegal drugs brought in from Mexico do not leave the Latino community. In fact very little even leaves the Mexican community. It is a simple case of supply and demand and it all centers on the lack of enforcement of immigration laws and drug laws as applied to illegal aliens. If an American citizen is caught bringing drugs in from Mexico they go to jail. If a Mexican is caught bringing in drugs they get a free trip home so they can do it again.

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#9 Jul 25, 2013
I wonder if there are stats to justify this statement, or has this administration lost them as the IRS claims to have lost the documents proving they were snooping on Christine O’Donnell.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/...
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#10 Jul 25, 2013
Brenda besson wrote:
<quoted text> yes,but I love him.he is an old school republican.who loves america.he does not care if they dont like what he says.its because of him and people like him we wont have amnesty.truth be told.and if the illegals and la raza dont like it leave,last week he said undocument illegals are not his problem,and hes right,so I love him.
An old school NEO CON that is helping to bring tyranny to America. Getting 90% of what is agreeable while seeing the laws passed moving us to the left over the decades is proof enough of traitors. None of things we need to get done is done. But when they show their resume, we get that they did the things for the party.
Brenda besson

United States

#11 Jul 25, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
We hope he can also give statistics in like manner on the the demand side of the business he is talking about and what is his policy position on that that side since we already knew where he stands with the supplier, and since this problem has two folds it cannot be addressed one-sidedly.
he said its your problem so bring it home with you when you leave,
Juan Too

United States

#12 Jul 25, 2013
tomin cali wrote:
look at our jails and prisons. and before someone says there are more Americans in prison which is foolish to say being this is the USA.
that dope is getting in somehow,time to execute drug smugglers and mules. that is the only way to stop it.
No, the way to stop it is for Americans to stop consuming illegal drugs from Mexico. Or decriminalize it.
Juan Too

United States

#13 Jul 25, 2013
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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As the number of illegal aliens and anchor babies have increased so has the demand for illegal drugs. The vast majority of illegal drugs brought in from Mexico do not leave the Latino community. In fact very little even leaves the Mexican community. It is a simple case of supply and demand and it all centers on the lack of enforcement of immigration laws and drug laws as applied to illegal aliens. If an American citizen is caught bringing drugs in from Mexico they go to jail. If a Mexican is caught bringing in drugs they get a free trip home so they can do it again.
Let me see if I got this straight - you say Latino communities are not only the suppliers,(that, according to you, are not arrested but simply deported, and the users, also Latins, are not prosecuted because there is a lack of enforcement in their communities. So then, where are the arrest and deportation statistics to back up your assertion.

If Mexican drug suppliers and users are not imprisoned, then who are the 330,000 inmates in American prisons on drug offenses?

http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2012/dec/...

By your "logic", these are then all Americans because according to you, Mexican suppliers and users are simply not imprisoned. So, essentially, you've defeated your own argument.

Ja ja ja ja
Juan Too

United States

#14 Jul 25, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
I wonder if there are stats to justify this statement, or has this administration lost them as the IRS claims to have lost the documents proving they were snooping on Christine O’Donnell.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/...
That would be interesting were it not for the facts:

1. O'Donnell has never alleged that she was targeted by the IRS.

2. There is exactly zero confirmation from anyone, anywhere, that her records were inappropriately examined.

But don't let facts get in the way.

Ja ja ja ja ja

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#15 Jul 25, 2013
Juan Too wrote:
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That would be interesting were it not for the facts:
1. O'Donnell has never alleged that she was targeted by the IRS.
2. There is exactly zero confirmation from anyone, anywhere, that her records were inappropriately examined.
But don't let facts get in the way.
Ja ja ja ja ja
http://www.rogerhedgecock.com/ story/22879658/christine-odonn ell-says-she-was-targeted-by-i rs



http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/354132/o...

Yeah, sure...whatever.

"Ms. O'Donnell, this is Dennis Martel, special agent with the U.S. Department of Treasury in Baltimore, Md.… We received information that your personal federal tax info may have been compromised and may have been misused by an individual," he said in the January message left on her cellphone."

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#16 Jul 25, 2013
Misunderestimate Me

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#17 Jul 25, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text> http://www.rogerhedgecock.com/story/22879658/...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =KD9WBHjaQoIXX
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/354132/o...
Yeah, sure...whatever.
"Ms. O'Donnell, this is Dennis Martel, special agent with the U.S. Department of Treasury in Baltimore, Md.… We received information that your personal federal tax info may have been compromised and may have been misused by an individual," he said in the January message left on her cellphone."
A voice recording stating that he is Dennis Martel in no way confirms that he was truly he that left the voice mail. It is a violation of Federal Law to discuss the government records of a citizen without the express consent of the citizen and that includes voice recordings. If O'Donnells records were truly inappropriately examined, why doesn't she give express consent to the IRS to discuss the alleged impropriety. She can't because its either its not true or she has something in that record that she wishes to not make public. She has a history of financial impropriety so I suspect it's the latter.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#18 Jul 25, 2013
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
<quoted text>
As the number of illegal aliens and anchor babies have increased so has the demand for illegal drugs. The vast majority of illegal drugs brought in from Mexico do not leave the Latino community. In fact very little even leaves the Mexican community. It is a simple case of supply and demand and it all centers on the lack of enforcement of immigration laws and drug laws as applied to illegal aliens. If an American citizen is caught bringing drugs in from Mexico they go to jail. If a Mexican is caught bringing in drugs they get a free trip home so they can do it again.
This is so impractical, who is going to believe what you are saying? other than yourself.
Truth Hurts

Kansas City, MO

#19 Jul 25, 2013
Steve is 100% correct!
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#20 Jul 25, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text> This is so impractical, who is going to believe what you are saying? other than yourself.
Explain why enforcing the law is "impractical". Why is impractical to put criminals in jail even if they are from another country? We can imprison American citizens for violating laws why can't we enforce laws if the criminals are not an American? We keep hearing it can’t be done but when people as why it can’t be done they are called racists.

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