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  • #46
    Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

    It very hard to have a discussion with you because you seem to have a serious reading comprehension problem. It'd either that or you ignore any and everything that doesn't conform to your ideology and mindset.
    Instead of going tit for tat with you I'll simply tell you to reread the thread so far as many times as you need to get the context of everything written and try to discern what was actually said.

    And with that I'm done with you and your silly games. Don't be surprised when I ignore you in the future.
    "Some people's idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back that is an outrage."

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    • #47
      Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

      Originally posted by BrianW View Post
      It very hard to have a discussion with you because you seem to have a serious reading comprehension problem. It'd either that or you ignore any and everything that doesn't conform to your ideology and mindset.
      Instead of going tit for tat with you I'll simply tell you to reread the thread so far as many times as you need to get the context of everything written and try to discern what was actually said.

      And with that I'm done with you and your silly games. Don't be surprised when I ignore you in the future.
      Dang, you got me again Brian, wasted my time putting in time to respond to you just for you to make up an excuse for why you are above responding to me. Honestly at this point its shame on me because you've been unwavering and consistent in your pattern of insisting that you are too sophisticated to engage with the likes of me. How lonely it must be for you, a man with no intellectual equals.
      "The spirit of liberty is the spirit which is not too sure that it is right."

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      • #48
        Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

        My beliefs have already been posted here. There is a plan in play. One fire will be put out, then the next, and the next, etc. It will be dealt with.

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        • #49
          Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

          Illegals everywhere. What's a believer to do?

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          • #50
            Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

            Your question seems to imply that if we want a country with borders and also want to control who can enter and stay in our country we're doing something wrong in the eyes of God. That we're doing something contrary to the faith.

            Is that what you're trying to say? If so would you care to back it up with scriptures in context please?
            "Some people's idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back that is an outrage."

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            • #51
              Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

              And in other news...

              https://babylonbee.com/news/millenni...might-turn-out

              PORTLAND, OR—Local socialist millennial man Matthew Hatter lamented Monday that there are no concrete examples of socialism he can point to in order to have some kind of idea how it would turn out.

              "If only there were other countries that have tried socialism before," Hatter said to a friend at an ethical coffee shop, Commiebrews, Monday afternoon, after he finished his paper route. "Then, we could see if there are any pitfalls."

              Hatter said it'd be nice if there were books that covered things like world history and economics that we could read. If that were the case, Hatter said, we could abandon socialism if it looked dangerous or proceed with socialism if every country that implemented it were incredibly successful.

              "Like, say some countries in South America tried socialism before and everybody starved to death," he said. "Or if there were major superpowers who implemented socialism and then, like, 100 million people died---that would be really bad. We could look to these 'books of history' and decide that wouldn't be the route for us."

              "Alas, sadly, this isn't the case, so the country will just have to be pioneers and try socialism to see what it's like."

              Hatter said he's just glad that if socialism turns out to be terrible, no other country would be dumb enough to follow in our footsteps.
              "Some people's idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back that is an outrage."

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              • #52
                Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                Originally posted by BrianW View Post
                And in other news...

                https://babylonbee.com/news/millenni...might-turn-out

                PORTLAND, ORóLocal socialist millennial man Matthew Hatter lamented Monday that there are no concrete examples of socialism he can point to in order to have some kind of idea how it would turn out.

                "If only there were other countries that have tried socialism before," Hatter said to a friend at an ethical coffee shop, Commiebrews, Monday afternoon, after he finished his paper route. "Then, we could see if there are any pitfalls."

                Hatter said it'd be nice if there were books that covered things like world history and economics that we could read. If that were the case, Hatter said, we could abandon socialism if it looked dangerous or proceed with socialism if every country that implemented it were incredibly successful.

                "Like, say some countries in South America tried socialism before and everybody starved to death," he said. "Or if there were major superpowers who implemented socialism and then, like, 100 million people died---that would be really bad. We could look to these 'books of history' and decide that wouldn't be the route for us."

                "Alas, sadly, this isn't the case, so the country will just have to be pioneers and try socialism to see what it's like."

                Hatter said he's just glad that if socialism turns out to be terrible, no other country would be dumb enough to follow in our footsteps.
                Why on earth did you post this here rather than starting a new thread. Does it have anything at all to do with the original post and the topic at hand?

                Originally posted by BrianW View Post
                And in other news...

                https://babylonbee.com/news/millenni...might-turn-out

                PORTLAND, OR—Local socialist millennial man Matthew Hatter lamented Monday that there are no concrete examples of socialism he can point to in order to have some kind of idea how it would turn out.

                "If only there were other countries that have tried socialism before," Hatter said to a friend at an ethical coffee shop, Commiebrews, Monday afternoon, after he finished his paper route. "Then, we could see if there are any pitfalls."

                Hatter said it'd be nice if there were books that covered things like world history and economics that we could read. If that were the case, Hatter said, we could abandon socialism if it looked dangerous or proceed with socialism if every country that implemented it were incredibly successful.

                "Like, say some countries in South America tried socialism before and everybody starved to death," he said. "Or if there were major superpowers who implemented socialism and then, like, 100 million people died---that would be really bad. We could look to these 'books of history' and decide that wouldn't be the route for us."

                "Alas, sadly, this isn't the case, so the country will just have to be pioneers and try socialism to see what it's like."

                Hatter said he's just glad that if socialism turns out to be terrible, no other country would be dumb enough to follow in our footsteps.
                Why on earth did you post this here rather than starting a new thread. Does it have anything at all to do with the original post and the topic at hand?

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                • #53
                  Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                  Originally posted by Aviyah View Post
                  Yes because the only people immigrating are immigrants.
                  Your response makes no sense. Could you clarify please?

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                  • #54
                    Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                    Originally posted by keck553 View Post
                    Last I heard, CONGRESS passes laws.
                    Yes they do. They have passed laws concerning employers who knowingly hire illegals. Trump refuses to enforce those laws. it is his job to do so since he heads the executive branch of the government.

                    Talk to your traitor democrats who control the house.
                    I am going to assume this is directed toward me since I started this thread. I can assure you I am not a democrat and do not approve of much of what they do, so they are not "my" democrats.

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                    • #55
                      Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                      Originally posted by BrianW View Post
                      You do realize that he's president Trump not king or emperor Trump right?
                      Sure do. There have already been laws passed by congress dealing with employers who hire illegals. It seems like every one of your posts in this thread you are trying to evade to issue and topic of the thread. Why is that?

                      That not only is he fighting the establishment in D.C. state and federal judges have tried to block everything he's tried to do on the illegal immigration front.
                      When did a federal judge has blocked him from enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals?

                      You do realize that some cities and states have refused to cooperate with ICE and so hindered their ability to do their jobs right?
                      What does that have to do with enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals.

                      Trump and those in his administration are being attacked on so many sides over everything under the sun.
                      What does that have to do with enforcing immigration law toward those who hire illegals?

                      My real questiona to you are, how can you not know what I've posted already?
                      This question makes no sense to me.

                      And since I find it hard to believe that you don't already know what I've written here why are you being intellectually dishonest about it?
                      I guess I could say the same to you since in every one of your posts you evade the topic of this thread.

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                      • #56
                        Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                        Originally posted by rom826 View Post
                        Why on earth did you post this here rather than starting a new thread. Does it have anything at all to do with the original post and the topic at hand?
                        Well...I guess...

                        "Some people's idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back that is an outrage."

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                        • #57
                          Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                          Originally posted by rom826 View Post
                          Sure do. There have already been laws passed by congress dealing with employers who hire illegals. It seems like every one of your posts in this thread you are trying to evade to issue and topic of the thread. Why is that?
                          https://www.govdocs.com/mandatory-e-...dget-proposal/

                          Just an FYI.

                          From the article:

                          On Feb. 19, 2018, President Donald Trump released his proposed 2019 fiscal year budget, beginning Oct. 1, 2018.

                          In his proposal, President Trump allocates $23 million to be invested in expanding the E-Verify program to mandatory nationwide use.

                          Since 1996, E-Verify has been voluntary for most employers. It also has become mandatory for federal contractors, certain state contractors, and employers that want to implement science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) when hiring foreign graduates of U.S. universities...
                          Matt 9:13
                          13 "But go and learn what this means: ' I DESIRE COMPASSION,AND NOT SACRIFICE,' for I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners."
                          NASU

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                          • #58
                            Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                            Originally posted by dailyprayerwarrior View Post
                            My beliefs have already been posted here. There is a plan in play. One fire will be put out, then the next, and the next, etc. It will be dealt with.
                            Thank you for dealing with the topic of the original post. Almost nobody else in this thread has. My problem is I do not believe he will ever deal with. I do not believe he really has the will to really deal with illegal immigration as it should be dealt with.The excuse that the democrats are stopping him from enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals is lame to me. Neither dems in congress nor liberal judges are stopping him from doing so. A big part of the reason I voted for Trump is because I thought he would be much tougher than the previous administration on illegal immigration. As of now I feel like the Kurds, stabbed in the back. Unless I see something substantial from him before the election on the immigration front, He will not get my vote.

                            Originally posted by dailyprayerwarrior View Post
                            My beliefs have already been posted here. There is a plan in play. One fire will be put out, then the next, and the next, etc. It will be dealt with.
                            Thank you for dealing with the topic of the original post. Almost nobody else in this thread has. My problem is I do not believe he will ever deal with. I do not believe he really has the will to really deal with illegal immigration as it should be dealt with.The excuse that the democrats are stopping him from enforcing immigration law toward employers who hire illegals is lame to me. Neither dems in congress nor liberal judges are stopping him from doing so. A big part of the reason I voted for Trump is because I thought he would be much tougher than the previous administration on illegal immigration. As of now I feel like the Kurds, stabbed in the back. Unless I see something substantial from him before the election on the immigration front, He will not get my vote.

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                            • #59
                              Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                              And another very good article, from 2018, about Everify and why it is not the law of the land.

                              https://www.immigrationreform.com/20...c-of-e-verify/

                              There are two major reasons that an effective E-Verify system is not the law of the land. The first is that there is a broad network of employer organizations that oppose the system because it would deprive them of cheap exploitable illegal alien labor. Those organizations have influence not just with libertarians but also with politicians. The other reason is that any meaningful immigration reform has long been stymied by the logjam between the Democrats who insist on a full-scale amnesty for all illegal aliens as part of any reform legislation and Republicans who oppose an amnesty.


                              Matt 9:13
                              13 "But go and learn what this means: ' I DESIRE COMPASSION,AND NOT SACRIFICE,' for I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners."
                              NASU

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                              • #60
                                Re: Why is the Trump administration not charging employers who knowingly hire illegal

                                Originally posted by BrianW View Post
                                Well...I guess...

                                So now you're not only evading the issue but being obnoxious about it as well.

                                Originally posted by BrianW View Post
                                Well...I guess...

                                So now you're not only evading the issue but being obnoxious about it as well.
                                Last edited by Sojourner; Nov 18 2019, 03:11 PM.

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