Don't Buckle on Immigration

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Windy Wilson
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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by Windy Wilson » Thu Jan 25, 2018 2:43 am

randy wrote:You get the idea...
Sounds like Interdict.
The use of the word "but" usually indicates that everything preceding it in a sentence is a lie.
E.g.:
"I believe in Freedom of Speech, but". . .
"I support the Second Amendment, but". . .
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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by Vonz90 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 3:16 pm

Windy Wilson wrote:
Windy Wilson wrote:
the related willingness of many Republicans to approve an amnesty with few or no conditions
Buckle is their middle names. :twisted:
The legislator who proposes something should be required to submit it to someone who opposes it to figure out the incentives/loopholes that are left in there that the author did not intend. I.E. how can it be gamed?
This is what good lawyers do, and why they are called deal killers. Most contract lawsuits are in essence hiring two lawyers and an overworked judge to decide what the two parties would have done had they thought about this situation in the beginning.
You assume that they are not doing it on purpose, which in the case of immigration, is very much not the case.

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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by Old Grafton » Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:46 am

Windy Wilson wrote:
randy wrote:You get the idea...
Sounds like Interdict.
Just like "A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur"s Court" and should be implemented.
I'm not old--It's too early to be this late.

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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by HTRN » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:58 am

randy wrote:
Rich wrote:Randy, aint gonna happen. The liberal Dems will make it impossible. And the way the American voter lurches from one party to the other, we will always have liberal Dems.
Oh, I know. But a guy can dream.
I used to dream of the day when the American voter comes to his senses and elects me dictator for life. :mrgreen:

How we would deal with th resulting piano wire shortage, i have yet to devise a solution for. ;) :mrgreen:
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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by Rich » Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:04 am

HTRN wrote:I used to dream of the day when the American voter comes to his senses and elects me dictator for life. :mrgreen:

How we would deal with th resulting piano wire shortage, i have yet to devise a solution for. ;) :mrgreen:
Yeah, but then who would I talk to late at night without you under my bed?
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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by HTRN » Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:15 am

Rich wrote:
HTRN wrote:I used to dream of the day when the American voter comes to his senses and elects me dictator for life. :mrgreen:

How we would deal with th resulting piano wire shortage, i have yet to devise a solution for. ;) :mrgreen:
Yeah, but then who would I talk to late at night without you under my bed?
I find the voices usually are pretty polite company. :mrgreen:
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Re: Don't Buckle on Immigration

Post by Weetabix » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:27 pm

HTRN wrote:I find the voices usually are pretty polite company. :mrgreen:
I know mine have a lot of great ideas.
Note to self: start reading sig lines. They're actually quite amusing. :D

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