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    Yeah Dutch, I watched the video clip of Pence, he made me sick.

    People behind chain link fences, hadn't bathed in 44-45 days, and Pence thinks they're being treated humanely. Even elephants in zoos aren't treated that badly. Pence is the kind of guy I would have no problem with beating the shit out of, he's so out of fucking touch, almost unbelievable. And, I'm not normally a violent person, but this is the kind of crap that get's under my skin. I wonder how Pence would like to be caged and not have access to a bath or shower for 45 days?

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    Dockadams Wrote:

    Yeah Dutch, I watched the video clip of Pence, he made me sick.

    People behind chain link fences, hadn't bathed in 44-45 days, and Pence thinks they're being treated humanely. Even elephants in zoos aren't treated that badly. Pence is the kind of guy I would have no problem with beating the shit out of, he's so out of fucking touch, almost unbelievable. And, I'm not normally a violent person, but this is the kind of crap that get's under my skin. I wonder how Pence would like to be caged and not have access to a bath or shower for 45 days?

    Yes Dock, he will sit Sunday in "church" in his Sunday expensive suit and the priest will "forgive" everything; while they at the same time, ICE drags undocumented people from their houses and split up families. But yeah, at the next disaster then he's invited again at church and "forgiven" etc. Talking about "hypocrites"
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    I learned a long time ago that some church people are hypocrites. After I attended a couple of sessions of Baptist meetings, after practicing catholicism for 15 years, I'd overheard some of the young men talking about how they'd like to screw their second and third cousins. That made me sick, and I decided at that time to not attend any church of so called worship ever again. I believe I was 17 or 18 years of age at the time. I said never again. You're correct, they'll be forgiven by their preachers, and go on doing what they did before.
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    Dockadams Wrote: I learned a long time ago that some church people are hypocrites. After I attended a couple of sessions of Baptist meetings, after practicing catholicism for 15 years, I'd overheard some of the young men talking about how they'd like to screw their second and third cousins. That made me sick, and I decided at that time to not attend any church of so called worship ever again. I believe I was 17 or 18 years of age at the time. I said never again. You're correct, they'll be forgiven by their preachers, and go on doing what they did before.
    Dock, I'm happy to hear that; I hope you also realize that "religion" is solely an invention of "humans" to get power over the people; that is the "fact" with any "religion". All "god's" were created by "humans" not by "science"; we still don't know how and why this minuscule planet got floating between an zillion other objects in space, let alone what is beyond the tiny bit of "universe" humans have explored until today. Religion is therefore an "product" used to manipulate peoples mind. It is not any different than any "political" indoctrination, it serves the same purpose. Amen
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    I saw a guy at the grocery store yesterday wearing this t-shirt pictured below. It made me smile:

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    Yes the typical American; the tatoo's fit perfectly with the shirt. By the way he's not legal; only the Indians are.
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    Here we go again ...

    According to a new rule published in the Federal Register on Monday, asylum seekers who pass through another country first will be ineligible for asylum at the United States' southern border. The rule, expected to go into effect on Tuesday, also applies to children who have crossed the border alone.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/07/trump-moves-asylum-protections-central-americans-190715131018274.html

    Fortunately, Trump's previous attempts to restrict asylum seekers has filed in court. Hopefully, this one will die too.

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    Don't forget the "racist" tweets he had against 4 woman who are a bit "colored" . It is unbelievable that he said that they should return to their own country while 3 of them were born here. At least on TV they showed it over and over, what is an good thing. I hope that people here now finally get convinced that he's 100% an racist, while they were a bit in doubt after Charlotesville.
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    Send Her Back! Send Her Back! Send Her Back! Send Her Back!

    Okay, if you insist!

    Melanija Knavs was born in Novo Mesto, and grew up in Sevnica, in the Yugoslav republic of Slovenia.[3] She worked as a fashion model through agencies in Milan and Paris, later moving to New York City in 1996.[4] Her modeling career was associated with Irene Marie Models and Trump Model Management.[5]

    In 2001, Knavs became a permanent resident of the United States.[6] She married Donald Trump in 2005 and obtained U.S. citizenship in 2006. She is the second first lady (after Louisa Adams) born outside the United States,[7] and the first one to be a naturalized citizen

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melania_Trump

    The Curious Case of Melanija Knavs

    https://www.rollcall.com/news/politics/curious-case-melanija-knavs

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    Dock:

    Like everything else connected with Trump, Trump Model Management has a very shady history.

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    Dock. you forgot that she worked here illegally before her marriage; sent her back (or to jail) with her whole family including Trump; he'll love Slovenia, if he can find it on an map, may he thinks it is in the "middle" of the ocean.

    It really shows how deep this country has sunk, to have an "call girl" as the Presidents wife, who wore an coat with "I don't care" painted on it.

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    Thanks for reminding me Dutch, I forgot all about the I don't care coat.

    Look at it this way Guy, she's an easy piece of ass for don, and now that he's got her, all it took was waving $$$$$ under their noses, well..... I sort of knew about the trump female modeling stuff, for the rich and shameless, there's many like Jerry Epstein and Trump, that we may never find out about. We don't know if trump has ever played with underage girls, but if news broke that he did, it wouldn't surprise me a bit. He's about the creepiest man I've ever seen. Men who use women and abuse them should be castrated as punishment, that would be a deterrent to others who might think twice about using and abusing women.

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    This is America? People living here in fear?

    Heartbreaking picture emerges of Honduran father visiting his daughter, 13, on life support in NYC after she hanged herself because ICE rejected his asylum for FOURTH time - but he's now allowed to switch off her machine

    • Heydi Gámez García is slated to be disconnected from life support Thursday
    • 13-year-old grew restless with Trump anti-immigration policies and attempted to end her life July 3, weeks after her dad Manuel Gámez was detained
    • She attempted to take her life July 3 and was declared brain-dead a week later
    • Immigration officials gave Manuel a two-week permit to be with his daughter but he was to return back to the Texas detention facility July 27
    • Manuel lived as an undocumented immigrant in New York and traveled to his native Honduras to attend the burial of his dad, killed by a gang in June 2014
    • Heydi was separated from her father since the summer of 2015 and spent about two months in a shelter for migrant minors before she was released to her aunt

    Heydi Gámez García lost hope that she would be reunited with her father after he was arrested while trying to enter the United States in June, almost three months after her 13th birthday

    • Heydi was granted asylum in June 2016, allowing her to live permanently in the United States
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    Here is another Hitler like action of our government:

    Last Updated Jul 24, 2019 9:06 AM EDT

    An unprecedented number of unaccompanied migrant children are at risk of spending the rest of their childhoods in federal custody, CBS News learned in an exclusive interview with the head of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), the agency that cares for these children.

    The federal government is required to pursue "prompt and continuous efforts toward family reunification" of unaccompanied migrant children, according to a landmark court settlement, but for thousands of kids in ORR care, that reunion may never happen.

    "Unfortunately, I have well over 4,000 of those children in my care at this time at the Office of Refugee Resettlement," the director, Jonathan Hayes, told CBS News in June. "So conceivably someone could come into our care at 15 years old and not have an identifiable sponsor in the United States and remain with us for a few years."

    On their 18th birthdays, many of the children will be taken from ORR's youth holding facilities, referred to as shelters, to adult detention centers operated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

    The number of children in this group has risen sharply in recent years, an "alarming" and "deeply concerning" trend, according to three former agency officials who spoke with CBS News.

    Children in ORR custody are labeled internally as belonging to one of four groups: Category One children have an identified parent or legal guardian — referred to as a sponsor — in the U.S.; Category Two kids may end up with a relative; Category Three children have potential sponsors who identify as distant family or close family friends.

    The children who may be stuck in federal custody — Category Four — have no identifiable sponsor, according to the government.

    As of June, Category Four children represented roughly one-third of all kids in ORR care, a far greater portion than in past years, according to former ORR Director Bob Carey, who served during the last two years of the Obama administration.

    "It's deeply concerning. It's a significant increase from what we saw during the Obama administration. I think the numbers were really small, I would think under 10 percent," said Carey, who is now a policy adviser at the nonprofit Exodus Institute.

    A February 2016 report by the Government Accountability Office called the use of Category Four designations "rare."

    Another former ORR official, who asked not to be named, called the sudden change troubling. "Having a third of kids be CAT 4, there's something that's strange about that," the former ORR official said. "That's alarming to me, particularly because the system was never designed for long-term care."

    A landmark 1997 court settlement known as the Flores Agreement req

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    A "letter to the editor" in today's Tucson Daily Star points out the basic problem with Trump's immigration policies:

    The Trump Administration is so against immigration and granting refugees asylum status, and yet is seeking to cut funding for the International Affairs Budget by 24%. This is the very budget that seeks to support critical development and diplomacy programs around the world, such as Central America. Adequately funding this budget would keep people from becoming refugees and seeking asylum, and would help solve the crisis at the border. I urge senators to fund the International Affairs Budget at $60 Billion in FY20 to keep pace with today’s growing global challenges.

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    One of the best lines in Forrest Gump is "stupid is as stupid does". That is EXACTLY what Trump continues to do on a daily basis.

    Before leaving for the August recess, Congress passed a massive budget deal that suspended the debt ceiling through July 2021 and decreased the likelihood of a government shutdown. But the White House more recently has been eyeing a so-called rescissions package, which would impose more than $4 billion in cuts to the United States Agency for International Development and the State Department.

    Remember, funding for the the agency has already been approved by Congress, and the recssions package could imperil the budget deal that has already been agreed on. Several prominent Republicans, including Lindsey Graham, are opposed to the recissions package..

    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/08/18/nancy-pelosi-white-house-budget-agreement-1467160