Trump: If President, I'll Deport *All* Undocumented Immigrants

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  1. Hummingbird

    Hummingbird Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely! I'm so tired of these libs who refuse to acknowledge the fact that people can bring diseases w/them, not to mention their criminal lifestyle and undocumented, no one knows who they are.....

    On Ellis Island, everyone was accounted for and no one was allowed on the mainland unless they had a clean bill of health. Way back then, people had the intelligence to realize the importance of this.....

    What happened?!...... oh yeah! Liberalism snuck in and fought hard to wipe out common sense and intelligent thinking......
     
  2. Liquid Reigns

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    The IRS already knows where a good amount are, they have their addresses. The rest will come up through local Law Enforcement contact. Deportation is still alot cheaper than what they cost to GDP and once they are deported overall spending for the DHS will decrease further cutting the $17 Trillion debt.
     
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    1. Made it illegal to knowingly hire undocumented workers (even if you are running for President, for Pete's sake), and
    2. Stripped repeat offenders of their citizenship, any property or assets related to the hiring of the undocumented workers, and booted them out of the country.


    The bolded is NOT a law on the books

    But the existing law is not enforced...now why do you suppose this majority GOP Congress is not enforcing this law ????????????????
     
  4. Grizz

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    Of course you have links to studies which show your opinion is fact based. I'd really like to see them because I haven't seen any, like this little gem:

    The answer, researchers found, is quite a lot, both to taxpayers and the economy more broadly. Removing all 11.2 million undocumented immigrants, both forcibly and through Mitt Romney's infamous "self-deportation" policy, would take about 20 years and cost the government between $400 billion and $600 billion. The impact on the economy would be even larger, according to the study: Real GDP would drop by nearly $1.6 trillion and the policy would shave 5.7 percent off economic growth.

    Now, until you can justify your post with some serious studies, I'll just have to put you in the group of just another drip.
     
  5. Blasphemer

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    You cannot strip citizens of citizenship unless they are dual citizens, otherwise you make people stateless.

    All these plans to target employers are nice, but they will never be enough. You need to deport the illegals and secure the border. That is the root of the issue and the most important part of the solution.
     
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    This is complete bull(*)(*)(*)(*). So removing 11.6 million illegals would supposedly reduce GDP by 1.6 trillion.

    So, an average illegal immigrant thus produces $1.38 million product per year. LOL! Only an idiot would believe these numbers! That study is trivially wrong.

    Just another example of big business trying to influence policy to import cheap labor.
     
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    You don't believe it is the Admins policy that is not enforcing the law? You think it is Congress?:roll: Congress makes law, they do not enforce it, that is left to the admin and their interpretation of the law that they base their policies on. So do tell how is it that Congress is not enforcing the law?:roflol:

    So that moronic author is going to strip citizenship from an employer who is a repeat offender? You can't just strip citizenship from an employer, unless that employer was a naturalized citizen. And yes there are laws on the books about stripping citizenship. http://www.newcitizen.us/losing.html
     
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    Really?:roll: You can't be this inept, can you?

    So they use the numbers today, and then add more $ to it to make the claim based on their inane data. If we are deporting nearly 400K already, how would there be an increase in anything like they claim? Why would we need to build more courthouses, etc when we would only be deporting the same amount as we already are? How would real GDP drop when they already cost us 1% of GDP annually? (Gordon Hanson - http://www.migrationpolicy.org/research/economics-and-policy-illegal-immigration-united-states)
     
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    Don't worry about what I do with my ball. Run for congress? Nah, it requires too many lies and I am way too honest for that.
     
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    When people commit crimes is whether or not they have families factored into sentencing? No.
     
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    I didn't see you progressives care at all about the expense of Obamacare. I've never heard you complain about the 10 billion dollars per year that illegals cost just the state of California alone. "Cost" doesn't matter to you when you're getting what you want. Only when it's something that you don't want do you suddenly clench that penny. Funny how that works.

    But let's be honest, even if it wouldn't cost a penny, you wouldn't want the flow of illegal immigration to stop. How would the Democrat Party grow without the anchor baby demographic? You can't risk it.

    It wouldn't take much at all to shut off illegal immigration.
     
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    Immigration is the responsibility of the federal government. These attempts to push that responsibility onto private companies appears to be yet another lame attempt to push the same tired class warfare screed and allow politicians to continue to ignore the issue...
     
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    Awesome. Go Trump. Either a law is a law or the system is worthless. But don't tell that to a leftist.
     
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    Trump is a dumbaqas. He's an egotistical nutcase. But... is his intention to deport illegals against the law?
     
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    Holy crap....since when is enforcing the law against the law?
     
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    If Trump wasn't such a d'bag, he would be a viable Republican candidate. But his attitude and personality makes him impossible to elect. His immigration policy seems legit though. That's what he should focus on.
     
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    Why don't you do it? I'll give a rough estimate that it'll cost just as much as the illegals cost in literally sapping this country dry of its resources. We know one state(California) is deep in the red. I don't think we want to know the others.
     
  18. Hummingbird

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    LOL! Beautiful! You beat me to it, but I'll patiently wait to see if your question is answered......if it is, bet the answer will be mind boggling.
     
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    Absolutely right
     
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    I would agree except there is a phenomenon out there today where people are so tired of career politicians it seems they are overlooking Trump's negatives and supporting him anyway. Same is happening with Bernie Sanders on the other side. I am glad to see it. People should realize the power of their votes and these politicians work for the voters. I would love to see a massive movement to impeach politicians who do not do the peoples will. I doubt that will happen but it would be awesome if it did.
     
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    His claim to not break up families, not mine.
     
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    Since the DOJ was overrun by Obama appointees
     
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    Oh you mean liberal fantasy laws and not real laws.

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    Whose claim?
     
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    Trump's.
     
  25. doombug

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    The only claim I heard was that he was going to enforce the law.
     

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