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    Neil Cavuto: America Has Gone From a Beacon to a Blue Light Special for Illegals

    [Watch] Neil Cavuto Rants – America Has Gone From a Beacon to a Blue Light Special for Illegals

    Posted on 29 July, 2014 by Rick Wells



    Neil Cavuto ask where is the lobby for American citizens and remarks how it seems that lately you have to be from outside of this country to get any support from this country. He says, “Illegals get the attention, Americans just seem to get the bill.”
    He continues, “Illegals can protest outside the White House for rights they don’t even have while authorities who can see them in broad daylight ignore them as if they don’t have a clue, on our dime, on all of our dimes. Because we don’t only have to put up with this, we have to pay for this. So we do, just like we have.”
    Cavuto highlights how we are, “enrolling kids for classes beyond crowded here, paid for by communities already taxed to the max here, make do, make room, make haste.” He says, “Now I’ve heard of having a heart, but does anybody really have a clue? Forget about whether the illegals are cutting in on the immigrants’ line, why do we get the feeling they are now cutting in on legal Americans’ line, on our line?
    Cavuto says the illegals are here and he predicts they aren’t going anywhere. Not because it’s hard to do but because it’s something many in Washington don’t want to do. “They would rather slap a sheriff rounding up illegals with a lawsuit than punish the folks he’s rounding up for breaking the law.” He notes how if you speak up in favor of order, you are immediately and vehemently labeled a bigot.
    He says we’ve gone from the U.S. being a beacon to being a blue light special, a limited time only, get in while the gettings good sales event.
    Cavuto says the illegals are cutting in line and all he sees us doing is cutting them checks.



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    That about sums it up - "Beacon to Bluelight Special."
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    But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.
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    I saw this show today and Neil nailed it!

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    He says we’ve gone from the U.S. being a beacon to being a blue light special, a limited time only, get in while the gettings good sales event.
    Cavuto says the illegals are cutting in line and all he sees us doing is cutting them checks.
    well said my friend!

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    Cavuto: They're 'cutting in line,' we're 'cutting checks'

    Cavuto: They're 'cutting in line,' we're 'cutting checks'

    Published July 29, 2014 | Your World Cavuto | Neil Cavuto
    With: Neil Cavuto

    Where's our lobby?
    Where's our agenda?

    Who's looking after us?

    Is it me or does it seem lately you have to be from outside this country to get any support from this country?
    Illegals get the attention. Legal Americans get the bill.

    Illegals can protest outside the White House for rights they don't even have.

    While authorities who can see them in broad daylight ignore them as if they don't have a clue.

    On our dime. On all our dimes.

    Because we don't only have to put up with this. We have to pay for this.

    So we do. Just like we have.

    Enrolling kids who shouldn't be here, for classes beyond crowded here, paid for by communities already taxed to the max here. Make due. Make room. Make haste.

    I've heard of having a heart, but does anybody have a clue?

    Forget about whether illegals are cutting in immigrants' line. Why do I get the feeling, they're cutting in legal Americans' line? In our line?

    First for care and the first to get Washington to jump.

    We can squawk over the costs and how so many got here. But the bills keep piling up, and I don't see Washington moving to get them out of here.

    They're here. And they're not going anywhere.

    Not because it's hard to do but I really suspect because it's something some in Washington don't want to do.
    They'd rather slap a sheriff rounding up illegals with a lawsuit.

    Than punish the folks he's rounding up for breaking the law!

    That's what's weird. The whole thing is weird.

    We've gone from melting pot, to pushing policies that seem crafted by politicians smoking pot!

    Pushed by the same crowd that defends Israel's right to defend its borders.

    But happily abandons ours.

    And God forbid you should call for order.

    You're out of order you're out of your mind. But worse, you're a bigot.

    Simply because you appreciate the difference between the U.S. being a beacon, and now the U.S. being a blue-light special.
    A limited-time only, get in while the gettin's good sales event.

    For them, maybe.

    I'm not so sure about us.

    They're cutting in line.

    And all I see us doing is cutting checks.

    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/your-w...cutting-checks

    WATCH the video at the link.

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    Phewy on Phonies! Leaders, Show us Some Cojones!

    By Neil Cavuto
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    Published July 30, 2014FOXBusiness



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    Why is it okay for Israel to defend its borders, but not okay for us to defend ours?

    I ask, only because no one else seems to asking that question – either the inconsistency of the argument or the folks making that argument. If Israel is aggressively policing its borders because guys on the other side are hurling rockets at them, doesn’t it stand to reason we would do the same if someone on the other side was hurling stuff at us? And doesn’t it also stand to reason we’d be nuts if we didn’t do the same?

    Pick an issue, almost any hot issue today, and the inconsistencies are remarkable. Democrats who condone porous borders here, but border on slavish, commending Israel for not condoning porous borders there?

    It's not just one side, and it's not just one issue. But both sides, on so many issues.

    Republicans who talk a good game on policing spending, but mention not a lick about how they abused the privilege themselves when they were in charge. Or can rifle off all their opponents’ pet projects, without bringing up their own sacred cows.

    Democrats who say they’re all-in on all-energy, until it comes to traditional fossil fuel energy. They also continue to pour good money after bad promoting solar energy without recognizing it’s hardly produced much bang for the buck.

    If you want to know why folks are so disenchanted with leadership in this country, it’s because a growing number of Americans think their leaders are just phonies when they preach their great love for this country. Polls prove voters think both Democrats and Republicans talk a good game, but that’s all it is: a game. A glaringly inconsistent game, at that.

    It’s one thing for the president to famously say, you can keep your doctor, when it turns out you can’t keep your doctor. It’s quite another to say the other side took you out of context and destroyed your own plan, so they’re the reason you can’t keep your doctor. Just like it’s one thing for Republicans to say the president doesn’t bother reaching out to them, but they haven’t exactly been passing a lot of olive branches out to him.

    Both sides are trying to have it both ways. It’s like the retail chief executive who quickly blames the bad weather for a lousy quarter, but never seems to credit the sun if he has a good one. It’s human nature to play fast and loose with the facts, I guess, but those who do should realize it’s human nature for folks to see through their phoniness when they do.

    What’s remarkable is how close we are to so many deals on so many thorny issues, if not for the political gamesmanship we play that prevents getting them. Even Democrats see that entitlement spending simply isn’t sustainable, and that just taxing the rich to keep those entitlements going isn’t the answer. They just don’t say it. Better to rip the other side for all but throwing grandma off the cliff, than simply get off their talking points.

    Republicans as well know that tax cuts aren’t the elixir for everything, but equally fail on presenting a compelling long-term entitlement survival plan for anything. Each side is so busy preaching to their base, that they don’t seem to mind that in the eyes of voters, they increasingly just look base.

    That’s why trust in both parties is at an all-time low. And not just when it comes to politics. A majority of young people think the stock market is rigged, and even the state of marriage is a sham. Something makes folks this jaded. And that something is our leaders…in all fields and across all industries and sectors.

    Words are cheap, and the folks who spout them seem cheaper. Is it any wonder politicians who praise Israel for policing its sovereign borders seem somehow remiss for not demanding equally forceful action at ours?

    My dad used to say, “Neil, if you don’t mean it, don’t say it.” He was an Italian immigrant – a legal Italian immigrant – a man of few words who got it. And he married a far more loquacious, but equally adamant Irish immigrant (also legal) – who also got it. Although gone now, my parents were of that Greatest Generation that defined its greatness not by what they said, but by what they did, and the consistency of purpose with which they did it.

    That was then. Why the hell can’t that be now?

    We have it in us, after all. Because I know the Greatest Generation is gone, but last time I checked, we all share their DNA. Maybe we should act like it, and talk less about it.

    http://www.foxbusiness.com/2014/07/3...-some-cojones/




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