California Border Patrol sends agents to Texas to help with immigrant influx

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fedupaj wrote:

Obama has turned the once proud Border Patrol into nannys.

Jun 28, 2014 5:57pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Bakhtin wrote:

So it is Republican Texas that is failing to secure the border and letting all the illegal immigrants in? Yet they blame Obama – another example of Republicans not taking responsibility for their actions.

Jun 28, 2014 12:31am EDT  --  Report as abuse
fedupaj wrote:

Protecting and securing our borders is the responsibility of the Federal Government not the states. Problems with border security increases exponentially when an administration won’t allow the Border Patrol to do their job. When an idiot president declares that children won’t be stopped at the border and will be cared for and transported to relatives in the US it stands to reason that they will show up in droves.

Jun 29, 2014 11:32am EDT  --  Report as abuse
theovulator wrote:

Bakhtin wrote:
“So it is Republican Texas that is failing to secure the border and letting all the illegal immigrants in? Yet they blame Obama – another example of Republicans not taking responsibility for their actions.”

Or perhaps ANOTHER example of YOUR intentionally and/or purposefully self-blinded, partisan BS?

Or maybe just more of your, lackluster partisan diversionary tactics . . . . . That are getting so, so, old?

So hey Bakhtin, WHEN ARE YOU going to take “responsibility”?

You’re ALWAYS so quick to blame EVERYTHING on Republicans.

Would you really argue that it is the responsibility of Texans to secure their southern border?

I only asked that because SO MANY Republican states have FRUITLESSLY enacted their OWN laws in response to unfettered illegal border crossings only to have those laws struck down by judges saying that, in summary, “it’s the Feds responsibility”. “NOT THE STATE’S”.

Illegal immigration laws in Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, as well as most recently Montana, all struck down because judges say “it’s the Fed’s job not the State’s”.

And I’m sure you cheered QUITE GLEEFULLY, like a giddy little girl, at THOSE outcomes.

And yet those states, and I’m sure there are others, only enacted those laws because the Federal government, UNDER OBAMA, REFUSES to enforce, or rather I should say ONLY SELECTIVELY ENFORCES our country’s immigration laws.

Is it the Republicans fault that Obama opened his mouth, a while back, and gave a HUGE GREEN LIGHT for/to thousands of juveniles to cross hundreds of miles of treacherous lands, giving them and (the parents who sent them) hope, all along the way, that they could cross OUR borders illegally, as well as everyone else’s, freely, and end up here WITHOUT LEGAL REPERCUSSION? WITHOUT LEGAL CONSEQUENCES?

Words have consequences. And this massive influx is the whirlwind of the consequences OF OBAMAS WORDS. And now everyone is scrambling for a solution.

By giving AND ANNOUNCING exemption from deportation to children, now we’ve got thousands and thousands of adolescent foreign invaders crossing our borders.

Maybe fedupaj stated it more concisely when he posted this:

fedupaj wrote:
“Protecting and securing our borders is the responsibility of the Federal Government not the states. Problems with border security increases exponentially when an administration won’t allow the Border Patrol to do their job. When an idiot president declares that children won’t be stopped at the border and will be cared for and transported to relatives in the US it stands to reason that they will show up in droves.“

And now Obamas asking for what? Two billion to handle the problem?

Bakhtin, the only consistency observed in your COMPLETELY BIASED posts is that they are CONSISTENTLY lacking integrity and are ALWAYS biased.

Or in other words, like what was observed and stated towards another . . . . .

Non-consistency in integrity IN YOUR POSITIONS, shows that there is, in fact, NO INTEGRITY in your positions.

Jun 29, 2014 11:57pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
astroz wrote:

As citizens become increasingly aware of the environmental, economic and social costs of mass immigration, they tend to oppose it. Web sites like FairUS.org and NumbersUSA.com are helping citizens to really understand the dangers of uncontrolled immigration for our citizens, and helping them to effectively use their voices to oppose it. This is truly an epic battle that will determine if we maintain our long term interests as Americans, or if we will become the next over populated, third world, high unemployment, high crime, welfare state. The choice is ours…..if we ALL get into the fight. Don’t sit by and hope for others to do the heavy lifting. Make no mistake, the Chamber of Commerce and open border advocates will do their best to turn this nation into an anything goes nightmare for their own benefit. Citizens must be loud and not put down their guard until all of the pro anything goes immigration politicians are out of office. If you’re in the good fight…thank you…..if not….get in. Our voices do make a difference, IF we use them.

Jun 30, 2014 9:19am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Hatsin wrote:

Let us deport illegal immigrants and this wouldn’t be a problem.

Jun 30, 2014 1:12pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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