Another border crisis
by DA_King
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July 10, 2014 01:00 PM | 1419 views | 10 10 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

VIDEO: Another border crisis - What you may not know about “the children” and what to expect in Georgia

Readers who have heard about Obama’s request for tax dollars to deal with the stampede of “the children” at the southern border on “the news” may want to see these two videos of what Obama’s goal for life in the entire country looks like.

For my Republican friends, keep telling yourselves that if we just grant another amnesty and double legal immigration, the problem will go away - and that these people, once made “legal” will bloom into small government, low-tax, conservative GOP voters.

Bonus x 2: Congressman Dr. Tom price (GA 6) has released a public statement on Obama’s request for mo’money to throw at the invasion he arranged

And here is a copy of the letter Congressman Dr. Phil Gingrey (GA 11) sent to the director of the Atlanta-based Center for Disease Control.

Great work by Breitbart News.

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Kevin Foley
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July 17, 2014
Great work by the Holy Father:

Pope Francis directly addressed the growing crisis surrounding unaccompanied children on the U.S. border this morning, speaking up on behalf of the young immigrants and calling on the international community to do more to care for their needs.

In a message sent to the Mexico-Holy See Colloquium on Migration and Development, the first Argentinian pope called for an immediate humanitarian response for the roughly 50,000 unaccompanied minors who have crossed the U.S. border this year.



“I would also like to draw attention to the tens of thousands of children who migrate alone, unaccompanied, to escape poverty and violence: This is a category of migrants from Central America and Mexico itself who cross the border with the United States under extreme conditions and in pursuit of a hope that in most cases turns out to be vain,” he said. “They are increasing day by day. This humanitarian emergency requires, as a first urgent measure, these children be welcomed and protected.”

Lib in Cobb
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July 15, 2014
@Dog: I am not Kevin. I am flattered, but I am not Kevin. You are comparing one child being sent back to Cuba under a different admin to the current humanitarian crisis. How can you be so obtuse? You are done.

Only the pro-life crowd believes that innocent children are a "Border Crisis".
DoobieDog
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July 12, 2014
I don't think Lib in cob is able to grasp that King doesn't seem to be aRepublican ...or that from what I read, he doesn't care about which traitor party is the last to screw us. I like King.

Lib in Cobb - remember when the Dems were crazy to send another "immigrant" kid back? Elian Gonzalez, who had survived a raft journey that killed his mother to flee the communist tyranny of Fidel Castro's Cuba, speaks volumes about the hypocrisy of Democrats and Holder, who applauded and engineered the forcible return of Elian at gunpoint to Cuba."

Lib is Kevin is Lib is Kevin

Lib in Cobb
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July 12, 2014
DA, you need to be reminded who signed into law the legislation involving the innocent children being sent to the US. You know the answer.
Robert Johnson
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July 11, 2014
This Russ Wood genius must be a pal of that other rocket scientist, Kevin Foley. Yep - we should make it clear to the entire world that ALL children are welcomed. Then in the interest of "family reunification" ALL of their families are welcomed.

Russ Wood: Do your knees hurt from banging them under your desk when you jerk them? You couldn't shine King's shoes.

As a proud and rather conservative African-American veteran, I agree with the majority of Americans that we must turn these "children" around and send them back home. I agree with DEMOCRAT Steny Hoyer: WASHINGTON, D.C. — The unaccompanied children from Central American crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally should be deported except in extreme circumstances, according to House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer.

“We have an immediate humanitarian crisis that confronts this country, we also have a crisis in terms of this country cannot continue to absorb, nor should it, a limitless number of people who — particularly children who want to cross our border,” Hoyer told reporters Tuesday.

According to the Democratic whip the influx is unsustainable in the U.S.

“We cannot give these children sanctuary except in extraordinary circumstances. Obviously we have refugee status and protective status for people, but the whole sale coming over the border of teens to less is not sustainable in the United States,” Hoyer said.

Russ Wod and Patrick Thompson have no doubt emptied their bank accounts to donate to these "children" - and they no doubt ignore King when he simply shows us what the newspaper does not. Enforcing our laws is bigotry and poison? Spoken like a true low-info idiot liberal.

Russ Wood is a clown. So is Patrick Thompson.

WHY is nobody, including the "black" president talking about how much we can help America's poor and homeless with $4 billion? Why are we even considering taking care of these people when American veterans are ignored and dying in our own country?

PS- Ebola is a huge problem in Central America. IDIOTS!

Thank you Mr. King!

RBJ

S. Cobb
russ wood
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July 10, 2014
Obama is a clown. This has nothing to do with him. For once he is doing, or allowing, the right thing. It fits with America's legacy, from day one, of welcoming all to our door. We honor and cherish children. And as a Christian nation, we serve the poor, those without parents, the abandoned.

The American thing to do, the Christian thing to do, is to welcome these kids and care for them as if they were our own. That is why GW Bush signed that law mandating that we care for them.

Obama's opinion or objectives don't matter. We should do what is right, even if it benefits that idiot.

The only people coming off worse than Obama in this situation are folks like DA King putting hate over law, religion, and humanity.
Georgia Voter
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July 10, 2014
EBOLA? Gingrey must be a lousy doctor if he does not realize that Ebola is not from Central America.
Patrick Thompson
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July 10, 2014
Who will protect us from the poison and bigotry spread by King, Price and Gingrey? Our Christian doctors have no empathy and have offered no solutions for the situations in those countries which are driving mothers and their children to our shores. We don't want to be stuck behind a wall with these diseased minds.
SW GAL
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July 10, 2014
The most humane thing our government can do, is to set up first aid camps in the home countries from which these children originate in Central Anmerica, near their parents. It is WRONG to encourage parents to send their innocent children with Coyotes across miles of barren wilderness, exposing them to drug cartels and sex rings. Those that have arrived here have numerous diseases, including T.B. Releasing them into the general American population endangers our children. Two wrongs do not make a right! The current administration has asked for almost $4 BILLION, most of which will be used to enrich immigration lawyers, rather than these children. For that money, we can buy them first class tickets back to their countries and help those in their home countries who need it. The Federal government is not doing its job of securing the border. Please stop the insanity. Politicians, do your jobs please.
DoobieDog
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July 10, 2014
King is right again - and THEY ARE NOT ALL "KIDS" Send them back!

What does Nathan Deal have to say? I am kidding. He says nothing, on orders from the Chamber of Amnesty Commerce.
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