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My Question is: What about the Native Americans? MA.

By Craig Bannister | September 5, 2017 | 12:19 PM EDT

Laura Ingraham says illegal aliens aren’t the only ones who want “a better life.”
“Americans are dreamers, too,” conservative pundit Laura Ingraham declared Tuesday as Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program for illegal aliens (DACA) is being “rescinded.”

Appearing on Fox News Channel, Ingraham argued that Americans’ dreams are being compromised by the acceptance and coddling of illegal aliens:
“Americans are dreamers, too. They have a lot of dreams that have not been fulfilled because of a variety of reasons — a lot of them have to do with politicians not doing what they said they were going to do.”

“So American citizens want a better life. They want their kids to be in schools that aren’t overcrowded. They want health care that doesn’t rise in its cost [by] 20 percent, 18 percent a year.”

“We don’t rule by emotion. We rule by law,” Ingraham said. She also dispelled the notion that DACA was simply protect pre-teen illegal aliens, noting that the program even protects 36 year-olds.
Ingraham suggested that, if Congress passes an amnesty bill, the American public won’t stand for it:

“So if Congress wants to push basically a de facto amnesty of a million people and think that somehow Middle America is going to stand up and cheer, good luck.”

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Why are so many of us happy with lies? The past 10 years (at least) has brought us news outlets, mainstream and independents that bombard us with information. These streams of information in print and electronics are not all informational in the best way. It appears that some of the information is designed to rile the reader up, accent items to pile on the perceived fears of the reader or listener. This works much like the 1930’s propaganda assault by a European dictator. Some of the same themes have been carried over to some of these outlets even in this “modern” world. Once the fandom is sufficiently worked up and angry, the lies really begin and continue non stop. We now have a CIC (TOTUS) who won the office based on these lies and biases. To that end we are spending tax payer money on his business rather than the American publics business, things like infrastructure, jobs and reforms that make sense. This administration has brought us the rise of anti immigrant and minority sentiments along with the organizations who support it. These anti American groups (yes they are!) have the tacit and sometime explicit support of the Oval office. What has happened is the American public has been angry for years but blaming the wrong people for any real or perceived injustice. The real onus is on the voters for not paying attention to what their elected representatives are doing or have done. The Constitution is 3 short pages long and many have not read let alone understood it but so many invoke it. Primary issue here is anger toward the Government. That is  OK if you understand why you are angry and use that anger to write and contact the person (s) you elected to work for you. It is important to remember that a well crafted letter  or whatever form of communication you prefer is better than an endless profanity laced  rant. As an analogy: it is commonly known that in boxing and other sports anger leads to defeat. This applies to voting also, get informed (or woke) then vote. Understand the issues whether you like them or not. Always remember:


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Hitler lied his way into office and led his country into an unwinnable war against the world (sound familiar?).

It is strange that Ann Coulter is slamming  TOTUS but not for the same reasons as the Scamocrats and DACA proponents. Ann has been upset with Trump for not being more conservative and has punched him for it several times.

Harriet Sinclair
Newsweek  05 September 2017

Ann Coulter appears to be upset with the White House after President Donald Trump’s decision to scrap the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), but not for the same reasons as the president’s liberal critics.
The controversial commentator shared a number of tweets on the subject on Tuesday, following the announcement by Attorney General Jeff Sessions that the White House is rescinding the policy and a subsequent press conference on the topic.
“That’s great. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump wants COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM!  Exactly what he used to denounce,” she wrote of Sanders’ Tuesday press conference.
During the press briefing, Sanders said of Trump’s decision on DACA: “He wants to be able to make a decision with compassion but at the same time you can’t allow emotion to govern. The president wrestled with this decision all through the weekend.”
But her comments appeared to anger Coulter, who suggested the administration should not be concerned with placating DACA recipients.
“Trump’s landmark, election-winning immigration speech, 8/31/16: ENFORCEMENT 1ST! We can’t even discuss amnesty until we have a wall!” Coulter added, sharing a speech from Trump in which he said that the first focus should be on tackling illegal immigration and building a wall on the U.S. southern border.

“Weird how Huckabee Sanders obsessively attacks congress. Trump’s not going to get out of betraying voters on the wall by blaming congress,” she wrote.
But while Coulter expressed her concerns that Trump was not going far enough on immigration and wondering where the promised wall on the U.S. southern border was, recipients of DACA were facing up to an uncertain future.
Trump’s decision has left 800,000 successful DACA applicants facing an uncertain future and prompted a backlash from immigration charities, DACA recipients and politicians, including former President Barack Obama and even some within the Republican party.
Obama, who brought in the DACA initiative in 2015, said on Tuesday the decision to rescind it was “cruel.”
“Whatever concerns or complaints Americans may have about immigration in general, we shouldn’t threaten the future of this group of young people who are here through no fault of their own, who pose no threat, who are not taking away anything from the rest of us,” Obama wrote on Facebook shortly after Trump’s decision was announced.

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