• 'The View' hosts debate border policies, Title 42: 'We're floundering'

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Wed Apr 6 16:30:27 2022
    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during Wednesday's
    episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants at
    the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle the
    expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were laws in
    place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" to "ask for
    asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states were
    not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house them. They
    were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, noting that she
    loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t help other
    people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to Johnny on Wed Apr 6 17:01:16 2022
    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants at
    the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle the
    expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were laws in
    place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states were
    not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house them. They
    were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, noting that she
    loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to All on Wed Apr 6 21:26:18 2022
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during Wednesday's
    episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an amendment that would
    reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants at
    the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle the
    expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were laws in
    place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" to "ask for
    asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states were
    not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house them. They
    were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, noting that she
    loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you save no
    one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant help other
    people. Right now were floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42 >>
    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.

    Not quite that simple.

    April 5th (Yesterday)
    "EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14) The Biden administration directed
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement attorneys to consider dismissing deportation cases that are low priorities under the agencys rules,
    according to a released memo.
    There is a total of 1.7 million cases nationwide.
    According to the Immigration Court Backlog Tool (TRAC Immigration), in
    El Paso, there are 17,869 pending cases."
    The memo released Sunday is the latest in a series of policy changes
    that have marked a departure from the Trump administrations
    enforcement measures.
    Its also a way for the administration to chip away at the immigration
    court backlog that exceeds 1 million cases."

    "According to the TRAC Immigration below are the pending cases:
    United States: 1.7 million pending cases
    Texas: 272,176 pending cases
    El Paso: 17,869 pending cases" https://kfoxtv.com/news/local/more-than-17000-pending-deportation-cases-in-el-paso-could-be-dismissed?src=link

    And history has shown that only a small percentage of aliens ordered
    deported in previous Democrat administrations (as in Obama) ever
    actually leave. If you doubt that I will be glad to dig out the stats.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
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  • From Johnny@21:1/5 to Josh Rosenbluth on Thu Apr 7 08:55:33 2022
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right"
    to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states
    were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house
    them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring
    them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t
    help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to Johnny on Thu Apr 7 09:13:54 2022
    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right"
    to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states
    were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house
    them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring
    them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t
    help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to All on Thu Apr 7 22:53:17 2022
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right"
    to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states
    were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house
    them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring
    them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant
    help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry,
    but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your
    Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are
    not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels
    of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to El Castor on Fri Apr 8 08:26:54 2022
    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right"
    to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states
    were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house
    them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring
    them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t
    help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry,
    but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your
    Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are
    not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels
    of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because
    they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an
    IQ test?

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to All on Fri Apr 8 09:41:59 2022
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states
    were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house
    them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest
    inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant
    help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the
    lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard. >>>>> Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases? >>>>
    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a >>>> person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry,
    but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your
    Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are
    not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels
    of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because
    they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an
    IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not
    from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they
    are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals,
    are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to El Castor on Fri Apr 8 13:00:55 2022
    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an
    amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house >>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The
    lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest >>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you >>>>>>> save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t >>>>>>> help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard. >>>>>> Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases? >>>>>
    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis
    situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a >>>>> person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to >>>> house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry,
    but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your
    Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are
    not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels
    of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because
    they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an
    IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not
    from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they
    are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals,
    are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of
    what country they came from.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to All on Fri Apr 8 13:44:21 2022
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house >>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said,
    noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest >>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you >>>>>>>> save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant >>>>>>>> help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard. >>>>>>> Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases? >>>>>>
    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a >>>>>> person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6
    months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to >>>>> house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry,
    but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your
    Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are
    not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels >>>> of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because
    they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an
    IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not
    from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they
    are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals,
    are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of
    what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Bidens Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan,
    failed to act with urgencyand its failure has left tens of thousands
    of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The
    burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden." https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to JustUsChickens@nowhere.com on Sat Apr 9 19:52:41 2022
    On Fri, 08 Apr 2022 13:44:21 -0700, El Castor
    <JustUsChickens@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during
    Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house >>>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, >>>>>>>>> noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest >>>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>>>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you >>>>>>>>> save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant >>>>>>>>> help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said. >>>>>>>>>
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>>>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard. >>>>>>>> Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases? >>>>>>>
    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a >>>>>>> person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6 >>>>>> months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to >>>>>> house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry, >>>>> but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's
    goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your >>>>> Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are >>>>> not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels >>>>> of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will
    drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because
    they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an >>>> IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not
    from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they
    are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals,
    are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of
    what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Bidens Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan,
    failed to act with urgencyand its failure has left tens of thousands
    of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The
    burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden." >https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    What? No comment? You know that I don't hesitate to criticize what I
    consider to be faults of the Right. Can you say the same of yourself
    and the Left?

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to El Castor on Sat Apr 9 20:16:56 2022
    On 4/9/2022 7:52 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 08 Apr 2022 13:44:21 -0700, El Castor
    <JustUsChickens@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during >>>>>>>>>> Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house >>>>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, >>>>>>>>>> noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest >>>>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you >>>>>>>>>> save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t >>>>>>>>>> help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said. >>>>>>>>>>
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them >>>>>>>>>> out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard. >>>>>>>>> Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases? >>>>>>>>
    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6 >>>>>>> months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to >>>>>>> house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry, >>>>>> but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's >>>>>> goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your >>>>>> Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that
    direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East
    Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are >>>>>> not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels >>>>>> of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will >>>>>> drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because >>>>> they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an >>>>> IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not
    from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they >>>> are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals, >>>> are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of
    what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Biden’s Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan,
    failed to act with urgency—and its failure has left tens of thousands
    of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The
    burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden."
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    What? No comment? You know that I don't hesitate to criticize what I
    consider to be faults of the Right. Can you say the same of yourself
    and the Left?

    I don't comment on red herrings (Biden's failures in the execution of
    the Afghanistan withdrawal have no relevance to whether we should let in political refugees regardless of what country they came from).

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to All on Sat Apr 9 21:51:23 2022
    On Sat, 9 Apr 2022 20:16:56 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/9/2022 7:52 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 08 Apr 2022 13:44:21 -0700, El Castor
    <JustUsChickens@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during >>>>>>>>>>> Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19 >>>>>>>>>>> relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants >>>>>>>>>>> at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle >>>>>>>>>>> the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were >>>>>>>>>>> laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house >>>>>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, >>>>>>>>>>> noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest >>>>>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War >>>>>>>>>>> III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you >>>>>>>>>>> save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant >>>>>>>>>>> help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said. >>>>>>>>>>>
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum.

    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6 >>>>>>>> months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to >>>>>>>> house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry, >>>>>>> but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the
    indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's >>>>>>> goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your >>>>>>> Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that >>>>>>> direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful
    thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East >>>>>>> Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are >>>>>>> not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels >>>>>>> of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will >>>>>>> drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because >>>>>> they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an >>>>>> IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not >>>>> from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they >>>>> are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals, >>>>> are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley
    and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of >>>> what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Bidens Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan,
    failed to act with urgencyand its failure has left tens of thousands
    of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The
    burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden."
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    What? No comment? You know that I don't hesitate to criticize what I
    consider to be faults of the Right. Can you say the same of yourself
    and the Left?

    I don't comment on red herrings (Biden's failures in the execution of
    the Afghanistan withdrawal have no relevance to whether we should let in >political refugees regardless of what country they came from).

    My point in the post was not to draw criticism of the Biden regime,
    but rather to demonstrate that you are incapable of objective
    criticism of that which you deem to be perfection. This dedication
    bears an uncanny similarity to religious fanaticism, and is yet
    further proof that for some, politics is not just a philosophy, but a
    religion.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From Josh Rosenbluth@21:1/5 to El Castor on Sun Apr 10 08:18:25 2022
    On 4/9/2022 9:51 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Sat, 9 Apr 2022 20:16:56 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/9/2022 7:52 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 08 Apr 2022 13:44:21 -0700, El Castor
    <JustUsChickens@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>> wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during >>>>>>>>>>>> Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right" >>>>>>>>>>>> to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldn’t house >>>>>>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, >>>>>>>>>>>> noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring >>>>>>>>>>>> them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. We’re dealing with the highest >>>>>>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. We’re in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, ‘I want to save everybody’ and the boat flips, you
    save no one. If you can’t put your own mask on first, you can’t
    help other people. Right now we’re floundering," Haines said. >>>>>>>>>>>>
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum. >>>>>>>>>
    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6 >>>>>>>>> months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry, >>>>>>>> but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the >>>>>>>> indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's >>>>>>>> goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your >>>>>>>> Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that >>>>>>>> direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful >>>>>>>> thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East >>>>>>>> Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America
    benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are >>>>>>>> not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels >>>>>>>> of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will >>>>>>>> drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because >>>>>>> they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an >>>>>>> IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not >>>>>> from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the
    Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they >>>>>> are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals, >>>>>> are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley >>>>>> and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of >>>>> what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Biden’s Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan,
    failed to act with urgency—and its failure has left tens of thousands >>>> of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The
    burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden."
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    What? No comment? You know that I don't hesitate to criticize what I
    consider to be faults of the Right. Can you say the same of yourself
    and the Left?

    I don't comment on red herrings (Biden's failures in the execution of
    the Afghanistan withdrawal have no relevance to whether we should let in
    political refugees regardless of what country they came from).

    My point in the post was not to draw criticism of the Biden regime,
    but rather to demonstrate that you are incapable of objective
    criticism of that which you deem to be perfection. This dedication
    bears an uncanny similarity to religious fanaticism, and is yet
    further proof that for some, politics is not just a philosophy, but a religion.

    You earlier asked me what I thought Biden got wrong and I said his
    competence is in question. The execution of the Afghanistan withdrawal
    is one such example.

    --- SoupGate-Win32 v1.05
    * Origin: fsxNet Usenet Gateway (21:1/5)
  • From El Castor@21:1/5 to noway@nowhere.com on Sun Apr 10 14:43:51 2022
    On Sun, 10 Apr 2022 08:18:25 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
    <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/9/2022 9:51 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Sat, 9 Apr 2022 20:16:56 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/9/2022 7:52 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 08 Apr 2022 13:44:21 -0700, El Castor
    <JustUsChickens@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 13:00:55 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>> wrote:

    On 4/8/2022 9:41 AM, El Castor wrote:
    On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 08:26:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> >>>>>>> wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 10:53 PM, El Castor wrote:
    On Thu, 7 Apr 2022 09:13:54 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com>
    wrote:

    On 4/7/2022 6:55 AM, Johnny wrote:
    On Wed, 6 Apr 2022 17:01:16 -0700
    Josh Rosenbluth <noway@nowhere.com> wrote:

    On 4/6/2022 2:30 PM, Johnny wrote:

    By Hanna Panreck
    Published April 6, 2022

    The hosts of ABC's "The View" debated border policy during >>>>>>>>>>>>> Wednesday's episode as Senate Republicans pushed to include an >>>>>>>>>>>>> amendment that would reinstate Title 42 in the $10 billion COVID-19
    relief bill.

    Sara Haines sparred with Sunny Hostin over the influx of immigrants
    at the U.S. southern border and whether the U.S. was able to handle
    the expected increase in immigration. Hostin argued that there were
    laws in place that anyone entering the country has a "legal right"
    to "ask for asylum."

    "When Vice President Harris went down there she said these states >>>>>>>>>>>>> were not equipped and we saw an influx, and they couldnt house >>>>>>>>>>>>> them. They were carrying food across the lakes," Haines said, >>>>>>>>>>>>> noting that she loves the "spirit of it" and that we should "bring
    them all in."

    "The problem right now is our boat is not at its strongest. The >>>>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is not at its strongest. Were dealing with the highest >>>>>>>>>>>>> inflation of 40 years. Were in a war and trying to avoid World War
    III," she continued.

    "If you say, I want to save everybody and the boat flips, you >>>>>>>>>>>>> save no one. If you cant put your own mask on first, you cant >>>>>>>>>>>>> help other people. Right now were floundering," Haines said. >>>>>>>>>>>>>
    https://www.foxnews.com/media/the-view-hosts-debate-border-policies-title-42

    I believe Josh thinks like Harris. Let's bring them all in, the >>>>>>>>>>>>> lifeboat is big enough.

    Our country is being run by insane people, and if we don't vote them
    out of office, this country will go under.

    I think everyone who applies for asylum should have there case heard.
    Likely about 20% will be successful.


    Do you realize how long it will take to decide 2 million asylum cases?

    All this really doesn't matter now that Biden has created a crisis >>>>>>>>>>> situation at the border that will only get worse.

    When the republicans take over, I hope they change the asylum laws so a
    person has to enter the country legally to apply for asylum. >>>>>>>>>>
    We should be create the resources to adjudicate all cases within 6 >>>>>>>>>> months. We should partner with charities (e.g., Catholic Charities) to
    house people while they wait and to insure they appear for their court date.

    We should, we could. Oh if pigs only had wings they could fly. Sorry, >>>>>>>>> but we do not have an obligation to be a welfare agency for the >>>>>>>>> indigent populations of the world. As I've said before, the Left's >>>>>>>>> goal appears to be to import a huge underclass that will support your >>>>>>>>> Party's agenda. A tragic mistake. As a young man I leaned in that >>>>>>>>> direction -- until I learned that it does not work. Successful >>>>>>>>> thriving countries share a common trait, brains. This spells East >>>>>>>>> Asia, Israel, Western Europe,and North America. North America >>>>>>>>> benefited from an age of immigration from those areas, but those are >>>>>>>>> not the people being transported to our southern border by the cartels
    of Mexico. Central American refugees will not elevate us, they will >>>>>>>>> drag us down to the level from which they came.

    What a sad country we are if we turn down political refugees because >>>>>>>> they aren't smart enough. Should we screen incoming Ukrainians with an >>>>>>>> IQ test?

    No, of course not, but the millions pouring across our border are not >>>>>>> from Ukraine, they originate largely in Central America, and
    increasingly from troubled parts of the world such as Africa, the >>>>>>> Middle East, and the Carribean. They are not "political refugees" they >>>>>>> are economic and compete with our Black citizens for jobs. They
    frequently bring with them drugs such as Fentanyl and gang
    relationships, and yes, unlike our relatively few East Asian arrivals, >>>>>>> are not very bright and do not populate the ranks in Silicon valley >>>>>>> and Seattle.

    Some are political refugees. They should be permitted in regardless of >>>>>> what country they came from.

    Oh? Political refugees. Do you mean like these?

    "Bidens Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy
    Our abandonment of the Afghans who helped us, counted on us, and
    staked their lives on us is a final, gratuitous shame" ...
    The Biden administration failed to heed the warnings on Afghanistan, >>>>> failed to act with urgencyand its failure has left tens of thousands >>>>> of Afghans to a terrible fate. This betrayal will live in infamy. The >>>>> burden of shame falls on President Joe Biden."
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/08/bidens-betrayal-of-afghans-will-live-in-infamy/619764/

    What? No comment? You know that I don't hesitate to criticize what I
    consider to be faults of the Right. Can you say the same of yourself
    and the Left?

    I don't comment on red herrings (Biden's failures in the execution of
    the Afghanistan withdrawal have no relevance to whether we should let in >>> political refugees regardless of what country they came from).

    My point in the post was not to draw criticism of the Biden regime,
    but rather to demonstrate that you are incapable of objective
    criticism of that which you deem to be perfection. This dedication
    bears an uncanny similarity to religious fanaticism, and is yet
    further proof that for some, politics is not just a philosophy, but a
    religion.

    You earlier asked me what I thought Biden got wrong and I said his
    competence is in question. The execution of the Afghanistan withdrawal
    is one such example.

    Glad we agree. In the interests of fairness, I have to say that I'm OK
    with his executive order banning discrimination against LGBTQs on the
    basis of sexual orientation. Oh, and his COVID response was also OK.
    Those 2 required a lot of thought. Best I could do. (-8

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