And then usually you answer the question with a statement. Like how my comment had to do with the other persons insinuated threat of action...What did your post I quoted have to do with anything?
do you always post things and then accuse people of changing the subject when they respond to it?
Read the title of your thread. It is a lie. It is just that simpledo you always post things and then accuse people of changing the subject when they respond to it?
What does that screed have to do with my post?we have a flawed immigration system. Made so by inaction by our Congress. So, how does it make sense to round up people based solely on a deportation order that's a direct result of that purposely flawed system ( while hurting ourselves in the process )? Trump isn't interested in doing anything unless it makes his base feel good. Even if it translates to long term dire consequences for the very people he's giving their temporary "we hate immigrants" fix.
Nice pelosi impression.
Is an executive order coming from Trump on the census citizenship question?Read the title of your thread. It is a lie. It is just that simple
President Donald Trump is on a mission to show supporters he’s still the same fighter they elected.
He pushed back against establishment Washington on Thursday with a one-two punch — first by giving conservative bloggers a space to air their grievances about anti-conservative media bias, and then by announcing an executive order to collect data about immigrants after the courts blocked him from adding a citizenship question to the census.
The actions — like so many other policies and events being organized by the Trump White House — aren’t likely to yield substantive policy changes. But they’re designed to appeal to the president’s conservative base as he heads into a tough reelection fight.
In a single day, Trump shows his 2020 cardsAcross a 12-hour period Thursday, in speeches and on Twitter, Trump stepped directly onto some of the most volatile fault lines that could rev up his fiercest supporters: immigration, the Pledge of Allegiance, social media bias, unfair trade with China, big banks, Iran, special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference, impeachment and, of course, individual Democratic candidates for president.
It was a one-day sampling of what Trump hopes will give him a winning hand in 2020.
And failing badly. I love how he had to read how great he really is. Barr standing beside him shuffling his feet, looking uncomfortable.