GOP telling Trump he is an idiot

Nov 2006
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#82
That's all fine and dandy but he is an open border supporter and was in congress this year.

Because he switched jobs doesn't change the fact of what he supported while in congress.

Gary Johnson also supports open borders although he is not in congress it shows how many of them are actually out there.

An easier way to solve this is when would you say no more can enter the country illegally?

When will you put up a wall to say enough is enough?

Answer that for me or show that you support open borders also.
Noone in congress is for open borders and isn't Johnson a conservative?
 
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Nov 2006
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#83
Your right. Trump could tell them he's building the wall and just not do it. Then he could tell his supporters how much money he saved negotiating the best deal.
Yup, you have seen some on the right post pictures of walls claiming he is building it already when nothing could be further from the truth.
 
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Jan 2019
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#84
You mean like what Reagan gave to millions of them? Yes maybe it is amnesty, what the fuck has that to do with someones asinine claim that democrats want open borders?
Yes, Reagan did sadly so. Amnesty is just a way to promote illegal immigrants that break our laws entering the country. BTW I forgot to ask you, Pragmatist, which republicans called Trump an idiot?
 
Nov 2015
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#86
Silly little comment. Are you not aware of your surroundings? Look at the gun debates, the pro gunners scream that others want to ban guns. The concept of banning certain types and a much better policed regulated ownership system doesn't register with them, it's either all out guns v complete ban.

Same with politics. Did you know that some right wingers hold some left wing views and vice versa? But no, all right wingers are Trumpettes, Trump cult etc.. and all that shite.

If you haven't seen that on the form, you've had your eyes clamped shut.
 
Nov 2015
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#87
GOP lawmakers discuss vote to block Trump’s new tariffs on Mexico, in what would be a dramatic act of defiance
Republican lawmakers aren’t eager to be drawn into a conflict with the president. But some feel they might have to take action following a growing consensus within the GOP that these new tariffs would amount to tax increases on American businesses and consumers — something that would represent a profound breach of party orthodoxy.


I thought the Mexicans were supposed to pay for them?
Plus, your thread title doesn't match the OP.
 
Jan 2016
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You mean like what Reagan gave to millions of them? Yes maybe it is amnesty, what the fuck has that to do with someones asinine claim that democrats want open borders?
Once upon a time, Republicans were ready to put Ronnie RayGun up on Mt. Rushmore, and now they are almost at the point of seeing him as a goddamned traitor.

Amazing, ain't it?
 

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