The more informed the public becomes, the more untenable the Democrats position becomes. Sadly for the Democrats, it’s becoming more and more clear to us (and harder to deny for them) that they’re just using various demographics and perpetuating the problems they repeatedly promise to address, and not just with DACA. Also with African Americans, Hispanics, Women, members of the LGBT community, classical Liberals, the elderly, the disabled…
No joke, just look at the way they used Gabby Giffords (again) immediately after the Parkland shooting, and look at how they exploited the dozens of traumatized children from that school in the days following the Valentine’s Day shooting. You might disagree with my conclusions but I’m hardly making shit up, those CHILDREN were all over television pushing nonsensical, ineffective anti-gun policies that will do nothing to address the problem of school shootings if passed and implemented. Democrats don’t help.
What they do, is they try to ensure there’s always *something* for their target demographics to be helped with; is it really much of a stretch to think that corrupt, bought and paid for career politicians would create or worsen problems so they can come along and act the part of a “savior” willing to fight for us? More and more these days (and not JUST with Democrats, but ESPECIALLY with them) that seems to be more likely than not. They’d rather have repetitive problems to campaign on fixing than to actually fix them once in power. The proof is in the last eight years. Democrats started with full control, not unlike the GOP did this time around; that’s how they passed Obamacare, in case everyone forgot. They had the senate, the house, and the Presidency. Over that eight years they lost congress (for lack of delivery on their promises), and Obama was succeeded by Donald Trump, not Clinton, for the same reason.
If anyone in power on the left had wanted to fix the things they’re whining about now, and trying to blame Trump for, they could have. They didn’t. If you’re a voter that supports Democrats, or that’s actually STILL registered as a Democrat, you’re going to have to account for that somehow. If not, I don’t see how you justify voting for them or the representatives they give you. Nancy Pelosi or Schumer really represent you well, or are you just sticking with them out of (blind) party loyalty or (blind) hatred for the other party?
President Trump has expressed a clear willingness to work something out for the current DACA recipients (over 800,000 foreigners), but only on the condition that chain migration end, the visa lottery end, and the border wall gets funded. If they so no to that, no deal.
On ABC’s “This Week,” host George Stephanopoulos asked Cotton if there was a way for the two parties to come to a solution on what the fate would be of DACA immigrants and at the same time satisfying President Donald Trump’s push for a wall at the southern border.
Cotton said the president and Congress have been working on a compromise piece of legislation for the past four months in an effort to address both important issues.
He talked about the “unheralded” accomplishments of the Trump administration so far by growing the economy in part by keeping low-skilled…
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