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    Laura Ingraham: Republicans must unite (just like they did with Kavanaugh) over lawle

    Laura Ingraham: Republicans must unite (just like they did with Kavanaugh) over lawlessness at the border

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    As our cable competitors are devoting hours of coverage today to the president's tweets about Stormy Daniels, voters I think are just tuning it out. Why? Because the voters are smarter than the media thinks they are.

    Americans outside the leftist activist bubble are focused on issues that actually affect their daily lives – pocketbook issues. Like the fact that the stock market jumped 500 points today. That’s good for your 401(k).

    The Labor Department reported that there are 7 million job openings currently in the United States. And our industrial output is surging. This is all fantastic news.

    But Americans also see some trouble on the horizon, like lawlessness at the border that no advanced society should tolerate. We have another migrant caravan – as many as 4,000 people I’m told – making its way from Honduras to the United States.

    President Trump has had just about enough. At a weekend rally in Kentucky he told the crowd, “We have the dumbest immigration laws in the world. The world laughs at us, but we are getting them changed. We need some more Republicans. We need some votes.”
    I’ll say.

    For many years voters have been telling politicians to enforce the border and close immigration loopholes. In fact, even on the issue of legal immigration, the country is not clamoring for big increases.

    According to a Gallup poll taken in June, only 28 percent of Americans want immigration levels increased. Twenty-nine percent of Americans want them decreased. A plurality (39 percent) want them to remain the same.

    Most politicians continue to just ignore the wishes of the people. They continue to expand things like distant-relative chain migration. They refuse to allocate money to the building of the entire wall at the southern border. And they refuse to pass legislation to allow for immediate border turn-backs of anyone crossing illegally.

    Democrats are against all tightening of the current rules for asylum.

    Donald Trump won the presidency in large part because he wouldn't accept the status quo on immigration. And as usual, he was five steps ahead of almost every Republican congressman on the issue.

    In July, Gallup found that Americans identified immigration as the top issue for them going into the midterms. Last month it was the second-most important issue tied with general economic problems.

    Democrats thought that a focus on the difficult issue of child separation – a practice that the administration has now ended – would turn out voters and get Democrats and Latinos really excited.

    But I don't think it is working for them. Back in 2016, the Latino voter turnout rate did not increase amid Trump's push for the wall and stronger immigration enforcement.

    And of course Hispanic American neighborhoods and communities are disproportionately affected by the impact of illegal immigration. Ditto for black Americans.

    The good news is that as the drama surrounding this second migrant caravan unfolds, some establishment Republicans are waking up to the wisdom of Trump.

    Over the weekend Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-South Carolina, told "Fox and Friends," “It makes the immigration debate more on Trump’s terms. There is no right to come to America. We can have rules about who comes. And where is Mexico? Mexico needs to help us because the last time I checked you just can't walk from Guatemala to here without going through Mexico.”

    President Trump warned the president of Honduras, tweeting “The United States has strongly informed the president of Honduras that if the large caravan of people heading to the U.S. is not stopped and brought back to Honduras, no more money or aid will be given to Honduras, effective immediately!”

    Vice President Pence had separately warned the presidents of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador to tell their people not to make the dangerous trek to America, tweeting the “U.S. will not tolerate this blatant disregard for our border and sovereignty.”

    By the way, Honduras is on track to receive $65.7 million in foreign aid from the U.S. in the upcoming 2019 fiscal year.

    But back to the midterms. As frustrated as so many of us are with the Republicans and what they have failed to do at the border, the cause may be totally lost if the open borders Democrats take the House

    While the president is focused on important things like abolishing the illegal immigrant gang MS-13, Democrats want to abolish ICE and ensure “safe passage” for illegal immigrants to the U.S.

    The choice could not be clearer for the midterm voters. There is so much on the line for America.

    Will Trump get the funding for his wall? Will the mass migration from other poor countries in Central America be stopped at all? Ever?

    Will travesties such as birthright citizenship finally be ended? Will we mandate E-verify to penalize businesses who game the system to keep American wages low?

    Of this my friends you can be sure: Your views on immigration will have zero impact and zero influence on a House dominated by Democrats who want to replace you, the American voters, with newly-amnestied citizens and an ever-increasing number of chain migrants.

    However, if Republicans choose to unite behind the president’s immigration policy, the way they just did in the Kavanaugh fight, it will stoke voter enthusiasm even further ahead of the all too important midterm elections.

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    But back to the midterms. As frustrated as so many of us are with the Republicans and what they have failed to do at the border, the cause may be totally lost if the open borders Democrats take the House
    No one should be frustrated with Republicans on the issue of illegal immigration. We are not going to agree with every step, every proposal, every attempt to fix this huge problem. We are also not going to agree with every statement, comment and rhetoric we hear on the subject of this huge problem. But this group of Republicans under the leadership of this Republican President has tried every possible means of solving this problem available through Congress. The glaring fact is we do not have enough Republicans votes, even if every Republican in Congress agreed on everything in a bill, to pass it without DemoQuack votes, which we will never get.

    So the solution is to elect more Republicans, not less, and do everything we can to help all Republicans win the mid-terms, then work out the differences through the normal legislative process. When you don't have to compromise or try compromise to pass a bill with DemoQuack votes, the outcomes will be far superior to those that include DemoQuacks.

    So Laura is 100% right on this, all Republicans plus Independents and Democrats who believe in our sovereignty, who believe we have the right to secure our borders, who believe we have the right to deport illegal aliens simply because they are illegal aliens other crimes notwithstanding, who believe American Citizens, American Workers and American Taxpayers come first, should unite and:

    VOTE REPUBLICAN ON NOVEMBER 6, 2018!!!

    In 20 days, Americans will decide whether to take our country back and end the scourge of illegal immigration or not. I hope with all my heart Americans decide to keep America for Americans. After all, it is the only home we'll ever have.
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    "By the way, Honduras is on track to receive $65.7 million in foreign aid from the U.S. in the upcoming 2019 fiscal year"

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    Give them NOTHING for 12 months until they stop coming and the ones here self deport and go home!

    Offer bus tickets at the Mexico border where they board the bus and go back.

    We do not want them here!

    Cut off all freebies and no anchor baby!
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    I for one am very upset and disappointed in my party (Republican). If we stood together as strongly as the Democrats seem to stand against us, we would be winning on these immigration issues. However, as things stand we've got too many Chamber of Commerce owned cheap labor supporters sitting in the House and Senate under the Republican umbrella, which is forcing us to push against each other. The current Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, is one such cheap labor advocate. In a party divided, we'll never accomplish our primary goals on immigration because the Democrats will continue to stand against us in unison. It's unfortunate but the RINO's need to go!

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    Republican Party’s approval rating at its highest in 7 years

    By Joe Tacopino
    September 25, 2018 | 12:03am | Updated

    The Republican Party’s approval rating among Americans has risen to its highest level in more than seven years.

    Some 45 percent of Americans have a favorable view of the GOP, compared with just 36 percent one year ago, according to new data compiled by Gallup.

    The approval rating for Republicans is at its highest level since January 2011, when 47 percent of Americans had a positive view of the party.

    In comparison, the Democratic Party had a 44 percent approval rating, the same as last year.

    The GOP had higher approval ratings in just one other Gallup poll in the past decade.

    After the midterm elections in November 2014, the GOP had an approval rating of 42 percent, compared with 36 for Democrats.

    https://nypost.com/2018/09/25/republ...st-in-7-years/
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    And that was before the Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote, Pastor Brunson released from prison by Turkey, the 3 country USMCA trade agreement with Mexico and Canada was signed, Pastor Brunson released by Turkey, and before many other important bills were signed such as the Lower Drug Prices Acts, the Music Modernization Act, and the new and improved Save Our Seas Act were signed, and a lot of other positive developments. So, it looks really good for Republicans right now based on our track record of taking care of business and our people. There's lots more to do and fix, and MORE REPUBLICANS are needed to achieve these goals through legislation.
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    With this Caravan at 4,000 on their way to INVADE our country...we are all angry and fed up with this!

    Stop FORCING us to pay for this!!!

    VOTE RED!!!


    TURN THEM RIGHT BACK AROUND AT THE BORDER!
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    It is interior enforcement that is desperately needed to help so many Americans who have lost their businesses and careers to the scourge of illegal immigration. While the economy is improving for some, Americans in many fields, particularly in the trades, are barely hanging on, no longer able to compete with the illegal aliens. It seems as if many Republican politicians are beholden to their illegal alien loving donors, and the "forgotten" men and women will remain forgotten as long as illegal aliens are allowed to live and thrive in the USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    And that was before the Kavanaugh Confirmation Vote, Pastor Brunson released from prison by Turkey, the 3 country USMCA trade agreement with Mexico and Canada was signed, Pastor Brunson released by Turkey, and before many other important bills were signed such as the Lower Drug Prices Acts, the Music Modernization Act, and the new and improved Save Our Seas Act were signed, and a lot of other positive developments. So, it looks really good for Republicans right now based on our track record of taking care of business and our people. There's lots more to do and fix, and MORE REPUBLICANS are needed to achieve these goals through legislation.
    And what's your point? I'm talking about my party on immigration/border security, not trade agreements, Supreme Court appointments, or any of the other things you brought up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hattiecat View Post
    It is interior enforcement that is desperately needed to help so many Americans who have lost their businesses and careers to the scourge of illegal immigration. While the economy is improving for some, Americans in many fields, particularly in the trades, are barely hanging on, no longer able to compete with the illegal aliens. It seems as if many Republican politicians are beholden to their illegal alien loving donors, and the "forgotten" men and women will remain forgotten as long as illegal aliens are allowed to live and thrive in the USA.
    Thank you!

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