There's a backlog of 1.3 million asylum cases

I guess this is what you get when you invite everyone from around the world that the quickest and easiest way to get access to America is with a phony asylum claim:

Here’s the answer. Refuse to hear asylum claims from anyone who could have sought asylum in a country that was geographically closer than the US.


That or a progressive has to sponsor, house, and pay for all their needs. As long as they pay for it I am perfectly fine and its honorable, asking others to pay the burden so they can feel better about themselves not so much.

That’s one of the first things they can make people do who bring in a foreign spouse basically prove they can pay for them if something goes wrong with the marriage, no reason to have separate laws for different migration groups.


the democrats closed down all the asylums…

Just turn them all away.

No more backlog.

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The GOP likes to appoint judges. Let’s appoint more judges to handle the case load.

Ronald Reagan?

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The Salvadorans who work for me work harder than you do.

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Immaterial if they never get in.

Deport all illegal aliens. Shut the door for a decade.

Immigrants appreciate freedom and hardwork than Americans. These immigrants are used to having nothing. They greatly appreciate and worship the freedoms we take for granted. We in America love to wear American flag hats, sweaters, shorts, bikinis. What a joke. They think patriotism is judged by how much red white and blue you wear.

My thought also.

So in other words we should have open borders?

How come then Salvador is such a poverty stricken crime infested ■■■■■■■■ if they are such amazing people?


" The United States has experienced two main waves of deinstitutionalisation. The first wave began in the 1950s and targeted people with mental illness. The second wave began roughly 15 years later and focused on individuals who had been diagnosed with a developmental disability. Mosher argues that deinstitutionalisation fully began in the 1970s and was due to financial incentives like SSI and Social Security Disability, rather than after the earlier introduction of psychiatric drugs. The most important factors that led to deinstitutionalisation were changing public attitudes to mental health and mental hospitals, the introduction of psychiatric drugs and individual states’ desires to reduce costs from mental hospitals. … President John F. Kennedy had a special interest in the issue of mental health because his sister, Rosemary, had incurred brain damage after being lobotomised at the age of 23.[69] His administration sponsored the successful passage of the Community Mental Health Act, one of the most important laws that led to deinstitutionalization. The movement continued to gain momentum during the Civil Rights Movement. The 1965 amendments to Social Security shifted about 50% of the mental health care costs from states to the federal government,[69] motivating state governments to promote deinstitutionalization."

it was Kennedy, not Reagan

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Tommy can now magically judge posters’ work ethics thru the internet! Holy crap, can you see next week’s lottery numbers, too?


You’re messing up a good narrative.

Reagan did it too

They’re nothing special. Libs are just propping them up the same artificial way they did with Arabs and Persians during the wars, because sides.

Seems kinda “anti-american-ish” like, no?

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Always does.