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Friday, December 11, 2015

GOP to fund Obama's Muslim refugees

The GOP does not give a crap about you

  • With 50 million people on food stamps the corrupt open borders Elites keep importing millions more legal and illegal aliens. If you dare to speak up the Elites will tag you as an evil "racist".
  • Americans are backing The Donald as the only political force out there willing to protect our borders.

By Gary;

I have written before that the open borders Republican Party is at war with the American people.

Nearly 100 million Americans are not in the labor force, and still the GOP keeps the borders wide open for their Masters on Wall Street to drive wages down.

It is not politically correct, but with importing Muslims there is the obvious special danger of terrorism. If 1,400 years of Muslim terror against non-believers can't convince you then so be it. Just line up like a sheep to the slaughter.

The the corpses of dead Americans still fresh in San Bernardino, we see the Republicans in Congress rushing to fund the importing of more Muslims.

These Muslims never can be "vetted". All that it takes to "radicalize" a Muslim is that he become deeply religious. So if you import 500,000 Muslims and 25% are deeply religious you now have 125,000 sympathetic to Jihad.

From Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) on GOP funding of refugees:

It’ll hit the floor of the House soon and then the Senate. If you don’t vote for it, you shut the government down and you’re a bad guy. And that’s the way it’s been year after year after year.
No wonder the American people are not happy. It’s not going to do anything to even control in any way the power of the president to bring in unlimited numbers of refugees and in effect require the taxpayers of America to pay for it. It’s going to be a huge cost over time. This ought to be, as you suggest, transparent. It ought to be voted on with experts on both sides discussing the pros and cons and then we vote. I don’t like this—it’s not the way this country ought to be operated.“The president on the refugee policy has unlimited powers,” Sessions told Hannity.
All he has to do is tell Congress what he intends to do. So he’s now talking about not… 10,000 next year but 30,000—he could go to 50 or 100,000 if he chose—and Congress has put itself in a position to fund whatever level he decides. So I think it’s important, as Congressman [Brian] Babin has talked about, to take a stand on this and control this. We don’t have to yield that power completely to the President.

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