N. Orleans and its New Syrian Refugees: To be aware, is to be Alive.....

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  1. MMC

    MMC Well-Known Member

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    THEY'RE Heeeeere! N. Orleans will have to lead the way in being vigilant. On their toes so to speak. Like Paul Revere on Watch, wouldn't you say? Already we have trouble with the BO peep administration and security. As it has been noticed. BO and his Team don't have a real good track record with security. Now despite the FBI and DHS saying we are not prepared to take on any Syrian refugees until we can get a system in place and up and running. That they are against taking any Syrian refugees in.....at this time. We Instead have......due to BO's policy, they have arrived. Shouldn't BO and his Team be questioned by what some in his own Team are saying? What say ye?




    Heads up America, Syrian refugees have arrived and they are here to stay.

    Your State Department funds are being well invested in one-way tickets for Syrian refugees to New Orleans, Louisiana.

    FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports, Social
    Former FBI Special Agent-In-Charge Jim Bernazzani gave his opinion on the matter. "If I was in charge of ISIL, logistically I'd take advantage of this situation and put my people in, into the United States," he said.

    Governor Bobby Jindal expressed his concerns to the president by writing a letter to the executive office. "As with former immigration crises and federal relocation policy, Louisiana has been kept in the dark about those seeking refuge in the state and it is irresponsible and severely disconcerting to place individuals, who may have ties to ISIS, in a state without the state's knowledge or involvement," he wrote.....snip~

    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/justinholcomb/2015/11/15/syrian-refugees-arrive-in-new-orleans-n2080928
     
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    APACHERAT Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    The President is a LUNATIC.

    Obama is a national security risk big time
     
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    MMC Well-Known Member

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    We knew that once discovered that that State Dept got hacked/breached and then thru the State Dept. The WH was hacked/breached. Then BO and Hillary admitted to emailing each other on her unencrypted and unprotected server. Another place where he dropped the ball. All due to how he wanted to be so transparent for the country.

    [​IMG]

    In Sept he said we were increasing the numbers to 100k for the next 2 years. Immediately DHS Chair made it known what they and the FBI had to say.
     
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    APACHERAT Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    It's now 250,000 refugees that Obama wants to release into our neighborhoods. How many ISIS have been embedded among these refugees ?


    I'll say it in layman terms so everyone understands.


    Obama is BEAUCOUP DINKY DAU
     
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    This shouldn't be a big deal. The American framework was built to deal with this. Keep your eyes peeled, be vigilant, but aid in assimilation. Treating people like bogeymen will just make them more susceptible to anti-American manipulation. Meanwhile, vote against any person or platform that springs outsiders into your area without giving some sort of heads up or without getting some sort of consent. Just my :twocents:.
     
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    Not much voting can do for BO sending them along. Once the FBI jumped on board with DHS. Why couldn't BO and his Team wait until they get things up and running.

    Lets not forget.....not even our own CIA and or others in the IC. Weren't getting actual intel inside Syria. That was with contacts inside Syria.
     
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    Voting makes a significant difference. The Michigan governor, for example, said no to the refugees. We can see the difference between ideals that work for the public's interest vs. platform interest. Despite public officials failing to perform in the best interest of the American public, the failsafe is the American public protecting itself against the dangerous decisions of public officials.
     
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    Others have joined with Michigan. All 32 Republican governors should. Force the 7 Demo controlled states to take them. Anything jumps off then their policy affects them.



    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott; Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a GOP presidential candidate; Arkansas Gov. Gov. Asa Hutchinson; Indiana Gov. Mike Pence; Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant; Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner; Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker; and Florida Gov. Rick Scott joined them on Monday.....snip~

    http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/260249-alabama-michigan-governors-refuse-syrian-refugees

    Although, I don't know how Jindal is going to send any of them back.

    I do have to give Rauner of Illinois credit as he is an island in an a lake of Democrats.
     
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    There's not a single post in this thread that makes me think I live in the home of the brave. If I didn't know any better I'd be very confused about why it is conservatives always sound like fearful cowards when discussing matters of national security and world affairs but thankfully, after well over a decade engaging them directly, I know better.
     
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    Being vigilant does not make one a fearful coward.
     
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    Yep. This is one of those times when I say, "Republicans need to be Republicans on this."
     
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    One ringy dingy by day. Two if by night. [​IMG]
     
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    Lefties pretend there is no difference.
     
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    Cmon now.....not one of those Mitch McConnell type Republicans. You know. Republican in Necessity Only. [​IMG]
     
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    Fat Tuesday bombing in 3......2...
     
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    Heya Crue. [​IMG] Looks like the FBI and DHS will be working some overtime down in N Orleans, huh?

    Jindal ought to luv that, eh.
     
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    I never said conservatives were vigilant.
     
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    Need to get down there like after Katrina and disarm any US citizens of their firearms.

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    Everyone I know is.
     
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    That's where the Daesh operatives will have their man problem. Citizens with guns. Even if they open up on a crowd. Some Citizen will be behind them and can drop them one and done.

    Of course upclose with a 44, will help Daesh's attention to be bit more focused.

    Do you think BO will up the threat level?
     
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    I have a feeling your sample size is too small and the collection of data was probably biased.

    Sixteen years ago I was a strong supporter of not having parties in this country. As I got into political discussions and debates my opinion was only strengthened as I had no dog in the fight.

    I could care less what someone labels themselves and it's not my fault that the conservatives tend to be on the wrong side of history.

    Nor is it my fault that psychological studies show conservatives have larger amygdalas than liberals, while liberals had more gray matter at least in the anterior cingulate cortex, a region of the brain that helps people cope with complexity. There are several studies that point to the same thing, some more flattering than others.

    Opinions based on emotional bias are not things I like to waste my time considering. A few decades of one chicken hawk trying to outdo the other as leaders of the GOP, garnering support and praise from their base is more than enough evidence to see that there is a failure on their part to distinguish vigilance from fearful cowardice. Their bravery is curiously lacking.
     

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