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Reply #210 posted 05/16/19 4:00am

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RodeoSchro said:

ufoclub said:

SuperFurryAnimal... how has your economy improved under Trump? You do realize that the value of $$$ over any other consideration is the classic criminal mindset?



Sadly, it appears those who support serial adulterer Donald J. Trump have willingly subjugated the Ten Commandments to tax cuts.

Probably not a wise choice, all things considered.

while others ignore Matthew 7:1

Being a die-hard civil rights champion,
Being a die-hard libertarian,
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that which I find distasteful.
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Reply #211 posted 05/17/19 9:55am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

RodeoSchro said:



Sadly, it appears those who support serial adulterer Donald J. Trump have willingly subjugated the Ten Commandments to tax cuts.

Probably not a wise choice, all things considered.

while others ignore Matthew 7:1



No kidding!


OnlyNDaUsa said:

why must you body shame people? And for that matter why be so judgmental? You claim to be a person of faith? (By faith you attend that non-church with that charlatan Joel Osteen (who needs to be educated as to what using the lord's name in vain means) yet you seem to judge people for their moral failures)


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Reply #212 posted 05/17/19 10:06am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



RodeoSchro said:




ufoclub said:


SuperFurryAnimal... how has your economy improved under Trump? You do realize that the value of $$$ over any other consideration is the classic criminal mindset?





Sadly, it appears those who support serial adulterer Donald J. Trump have willingly subjugated the Ten Commandments to tax cuts.

Probably not a wise choice, all things considered.





while others ignore Matthew 7:1



But we should just forget about the next person connected to Clinton's that commits "suicide" or the next person to get shot in the back with connections. I believe next move is Trump will be out for the previously corrupt administrations. Trump 7:1 full force.
What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #213 posted 05/17/19 12:22pm

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I don't have a link for this, from someone's FB page

Nearly 20 years, ago, Trump was on a different page in an interview with The Advocate: "I like the idea of amending the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include a ban of discrimination based on sexual orientation. It would be simple. It would be straightforward. We don't need to rewrite the laws currently on the books, although I do think we need to address hate-crimes legislation. But amending the Civil Rights Act would grant the same protection to gay people that we give to other Americans — it's only fair. I actually suggested this first, and now I see [Democratic presidential candidate] Bill Bradley has jumped on the bandwagon and is claiming the idea as his own."

House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp

Most Republicans oppose the bill and call it another example of government overreach. Several GOP lawmakers spoke against it Friday on the House floor. President Donald Trump is widely expected to veto the legislation if it reaches his desk.

At a news conference Thursday, the Republicans said the bill would jeopardize religious freedom by requiring acceptance of a particular ideology about sexuality and sexual identity.

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo., called the legislation "grossly misnamed" and said it is "anything but equalizing."

The bill "hijacks" the 1964 Civil Rights Act to create "a brave new world of 'discrimination' based on undefined terms of sexual orientation and gender identity," Hartzler said. The legislation threatens women's sports, shelters and schools, and could silence female athletes, domestic abuse survivors and other women, she said.

A similar bill in the Senate has been co-sponsored by all but one Senate Democrat, but faces long odds in the Republican-controlled chamber.

A Trump administration official who asked not be identified, because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the president's intentions, said the White House "opposes discrimination of any kind and supports the equal treatment of all. However, this bill in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to undermine parental and conscience rights."

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Reply #214 posted 05/23/19 2:59pm

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DJIA down 286 points today.

12-month DJIA rolling return now at 2.74%. 12-month rolling inflation rate at 2.27%

#MAGA

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Reply #215 posted 05/23/19 3:32pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp

Most Republicans oppose the bill and call it another example of government overreach. Several GOP lawmakers spoke against it Friday on the House floor. President Donald Trump is widely expected to veto the legislation if it reaches his desk.

At a news conference Thursday, the Republicans said the bill would jeopardize religious freedom by requiring acceptance of a particular ideology about sexuality and sexual identity.

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo., called the legislation "grossly misnamed" and said it is "anything but equalizing."

The bill "hijacks" the 1964 Civil Rights Act to create "a brave new world of 'discrimination' based on undefined terms of sexual orientation and gender identity," Hartzler said. The legislation threatens women's sports, shelters and schools, and could silence female athletes, domestic abuse survivors and other women, she said.

A similar bill in the Senate has been co-sponsored by all but one Senate Democrat, but faces long odds in the Republican-controlled chamber.

A Trump administration official who asked not be identified, because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the president's intentions, said the White House "opposes discrimination of any kind and supports the equal treatment of all. However, this bill in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to undermine parental and conscience rights."

Good luck with that.

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Reply #216 posted 05/23/19 6:07pm

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PennyPurple said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...ocid=ientp

Most Republicans oppose the bill and call it another example of government overreach. Several GOP lawmakers spoke against it Friday on the House floor. President Donald Trump is widely expected to veto the legislation if it reaches his desk.

At a news conference Thursday, the Republicans said the bill would jeopardize religious freedom by requiring acceptance of a particular ideology about sexuality and sexual identity.

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo., called the legislation "grossly misnamed" and said it is "anything but equalizing."

The bill "hijacks" the 1964 Civil Rights Act to create "a brave new world of 'discrimination' based on undefined terms of sexual orientation and gender identity," Hartzler said. The legislation threatens women's sports, shelters and schools, and could silence female athletes, domestic abuse survivors and other women, she said.

A similar bill in the Senate has been co-sponsored by all but one Senate Democrat, but faces long odds in the Republican-controlled chamber.

A Trump administration official who asked not be identified, because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the president's intentions, said the White House "opposes discrimination of any kind and supports the equal treatment of all. However, this bill in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to undermine parental and conscience rights."


Good luck with that.


Seriously. Lets not jeopardize anyone's religious freedom by being gay.

Meanwhile, there's no government overreach going on anywhere else, huh?

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Reply #217 posted 05/23/19 8:08pm

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DJIA down 286 points today.

12-month DJIA rolling return now at 2.74%. 12-month rolling inflation rate at 2.27%

#MAGA

TRUTH. LOCK HIM UP!!!!!

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #218 posted 05/23/19 8:10pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

while others ignore Matthew 7:1

But we should just forget about the next person connected to Clinton's that commits "suicide" or the next person to get shot in the back with connections. I believe next move is Trump will be out for the previously corrupt administrations. Trump 7:1 full force.

Sure, if you believe fake news lol lol lol PIZZAGATE!! MURDER!!! lol lol lol

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Reply #219 posted 05/24/19 10:28am

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Rudy Giuliani must be drunk pretty much all the time. Last night he tweeted then deleted that doctored video of Nancy Pelosi. Then, he tweeted out something much, much more bizarre:






The picture is actually a GIf of some Atlanta Hawks basketball players celebrating a 3-pointer. You can see the whole thing here: https://deadspin.com/how-...1835008417

Giuliani was drinking pretty early this morning, I guess.

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Reply #220 posted 05/24/19 10:33am

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^^^ falloff Hope he wasn't wasting some Prince wine.

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Reply #221 posted 05/27/19 2:20pm

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poppys said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:
I see it everywhere. Massive building. Massive work done on infrastructure, likes of I haven't seen in a long time and sometimes this just feels like the start.


You didn't get it. Try to figure out WHY he said California.



Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.

"Jussie Smollett wanted to become the Rosa Parks of Gay Black Men, but instead he became the Rosie Ruiz."

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Reply #222 posted 05/27/19 9:15pm

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poppys said:


You didn't get it. Try to figure out WHY he said California.



Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.

And yet people are coming from all over the world to live here. People with so much money that could live ANYWHERE they wanted. Poor little snowflakes that can't sell their scripts or get a gig for their band or sell their snake oil are the ones leaving. California has always been the Golden Goose and the whiners that can't make it run away with their tails between their legs spouting off about how awful it is. Good riddance, go live in a disgusting state like Arizona where everything is cheaper and you're surrounded by racist assholes. "radical liberal policies..." lol lol lol lol great fox news talking point, btw. Oh, and I'd rather live next door to an "illegal" than a fucking racist MAGA asshole ANY DAY. Coincidentally.

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Reply #223 posted 05/28/19 3:16am

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13cjk13 said:

Pokeno4Money said:



Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.

And yet people are coming from all over the world to live here. People with so much money that could live ANYWHERE they wanted. Poor little snowflakes that can't sell their scripts or get a gig for their band or sell their snake oil are the ones leaving. California has always been the Golden Goose and the whiners that can't make it run away with their tails between their legs spouting off about how awful it is. Good riddance, go live in a disgusting state like Arizona where everything is cheaper and you're surrounded by racist assholes. "radical liberal policies..." lol lol lol lol great fox news talking point, btw. Oh, and I'd rather live next door to an "illegal" than a fucking racist MAGA asshole ANY DAY. Coincidentally.


Thanks for reiterating my point. Sure the very rich can afford to live in Cali, no different than South Florida. Money is no object to them, because they've got plenty of it. But the hardworking middle class, which coincidentally is the largest demographic in the country, is moving out because they can't afford to continue supporting all the illegals and freeloaders and liberal bullshit policies.

Interesting that you single out only MAGA racists, which means you're okay with living next door to non-MAGA racists. I'm not the least bit surprised.

"Jussie Smollett wanted to become the Rosa Parks of Gay Black Men, but instead he became the Rosie Ruiz."

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Reply #224 posted 05/28/19 6:52am

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Pokeno4Money said:

poppys said:


You didn't get it. Try to figure out WHY he said California.



Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.



Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?

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Reply #225 posted 05/28/19 7:22am

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Pokeno4Money said:



13cjk13 said:




Pokeno4Money said:





Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.



And yet people are coming from all over the world to live here. People with so much money that could live ANYWHERE they wanted. Poor little snowflakes that can't sell their scripts or get a gig for their band or sell their snake oil are the ones leaving. California has always been the Golden Goose and the whiners that can't make it run away with their tails between their legs spouting off about how awful it is. Good riddance, go live in a disgusting state like Arizona where everything is cheaper and you're surrounded by racist assholes. "radical liberal policies..." lol lol lol lol great fox news talking point, btw. Oh, and I'd rather live next door to an "illegal" than a fucking racist MAGA asshole ANY DAY. Coincidentally.




Thanks for reiterating my point. Sure the very rich can afford to live in Cali, no different than South Florida. Money is no object to them, because they've got plenty of it. But the hardworking middle class, which coincidentally is the largest demographic in the country, is moving out because they can't afford to continue supporting all the illegals and freeloaders and liberal bullshit policies.

Interesting that you single out only MAGA racists, which means you're okay with living next door to non-MAGA racists. I'm not the least bit surprised.



ARE there "non-MAGA racists " ? Or put another way, are there any significant amount of racists in America who DIDN'T support Trump?
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Reply #226 posted 05/28/19 4:14pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Pokeno4Money said:



Despite the gorgeous weather, Cali has the 3rd-most citizens in the country leaving for other states.

Because their radical liberal policies are making it unbearable for hardworking legal citizens to live there.

Highest state income tax rate in the country at 13.3%

Most expensive state in the continental US to live in.

And not coincidentally, by far the state with the highest number of illegals.



Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?


Most illegals either don't work, or work under the table. Either way, they don't pay taxes. THAT's why Cali has by far the most illegals in the country, because it's the best state in the US for freeloaders who don't have taxable income.

Not add up? If you've got no money, no job, and no home, where do you think is the best place to go? To Cali, where hardworking taxpayers pay an insane amount of taxes to support illegals.

You're a Texan. You know the vast majority of illegals come into the US by land from Mexico. Do you ever wonder why the majority of those illegals coming from Mexico don't settle in Texas, despite it being the state with the biggest Mexican border in the country? How about the 2nd-biggest Mexican border state, Arizona? How about the 3rd-biggest Mexican border state, New Mexico?

Why is it the vast majority of illegals coming from Mexico go to the farthest border state with the smallest border? And do I need to say which state is the farthest with the smallest border?

Illegals might be lazy, uneducated and violent, but they ain't dumb!

And on a side note, when are you gonna start a new baseball thread? lol

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Reply #227 posted 05/28/19 4:21pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

RodeoSchro said:



Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?


Most illegals either don't work, or work under the table. Either way, they don't pay taxes. THAT's why Cali has by far the most illegals in the country, because it's the best state in the US for freeloaders who don't have taxable income.

Not add up? If you've got no money, no job, and no home, where do you think is the best place to go? To Cali, where hardworking taxpayers pay an insane amount of taxes to support illegals.

You're a Texan. You know the vast majority of illegals come into the US by land from Mexico. Do you ever wonder why the majority of those illegals coming from Mexico don't settle in Texas, despite it being the state with the biggest Mexican border in the country? How about the 2nd-biggest Mexican border state, Arizona? How about the 3rd-biggest Mexican border state, New Mexico?

Why is it the vast majority of illegals coming from Mexico go to the farthest border state with the smallest border? And do I need to say which state is the farthest with the smallest border?

Illegals might be lazy, uneducated and violent, but they ain't dumb!

And on a side note, when are you gonna start a new baseball thread? lol



Your are clealry NOT from nor have any intimate knowledge about California.

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Reply #228 posted 05/28/19 4:32pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

RodeoSchro said:



Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?


Most illegals either don't work, or work under the table. Either way, they don't pay taxes. THAT's why Cali has by far the most illegals in the country, because it's the best state in the US for freeloaders who don't have taxable income.

Not add up? If you've got no money, no job, and no home, where do you think is the best place to go? To Cali, where hardworking taxpayers pay an insane amount of taxes to support illegals.

You're a Texan. You know the vast majority of illegals come into the US by land from Mexico. Do you ever wonder why the majority of those illegals coming from Mexico don't settle in Texas, despite it being the state with the biggest Mexican border in the country? How about the 2nd-biggest Mexican border state, Arizona? How about the 3rd-biggest Mexican border state, New Mexico?

Why is it the vast majority of illegals coming from Mexico go to the farthest border state with the smallest border? And do I need to say which state is the farthest with the smallest border?

Illegals might be lazy, uneducated and violent, but they ain't dumb!

And on a side note, when are you gonna start a new baseball thread? lol




Would you agree that per your logic above, illegals don't pay taxes anywhere? I mean, surely ou don't think illegal aliens pay taxes in Texas or New York, but not in California? So again - it costs more to live in California than anywhere else. Why would people with absolutely no money purposefully go to the most expensive place there is to live?

Either it doesn't cost that much to live in California; or illegals have more money than is believed; or your information is incorrect.

I pick the last option. Well, actually all three options. But as to the last option, here are some facts:

As of 2016 there were 2,200,000 illegal immigrants in California, and 1,600,000 in Texas. So your theory about border length/illegal immigrant population doesn't really hold water - especially when you realize that nos. 3 and 4 are Florida and New York, neither of which has a border with Mexico.

More illegals go to California because there is more work for them there. That's it. There is no other reason. It's why illegal immigrants DO go to Texas, Florida and New York, but RARELY go to Maine, Montant, Vermont or West Virginia. Follow the money, as they say, and you can do that here:

https://www.pewhispanic.o...-by-state/

More baseball coming soon! That was a great series this weekend, wasn't it? razz

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Reply #229 posted 05/28/19 4:47pm

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RodeoSchro said:



Pokeno4Money said:




RodeoSchro said:





Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?




Most illegals either don't work, or work under the table. Either way, they don't pay taxes. THAT's why Cali has by far the most illegals in the country, because it's the best state in the US for freeloaders who don't have taxable income.

Not add up? If you've got no money, no job, and no home, where do you think is the best place to go? To Cali, where hardworking taxpayers pay an insane amount of taxes to support illegals.

You're a Texan. You know the vast majority of illegals come into the US by land from Mexico. Do you ever wonder why the majority of those illegals coming from Mexico don't settle in Texas, despite it being the state with the biggest Mexican border in the country? How about the 2nd-biggest Mexican border state, Arizona? How about the 3rd-biggest Mexican border state, New Mexico?

Why is it the vast majority of illegals coming from Mexico go to the farthest border state with the smallest border? And do I need to say which state is the farthest with the smallest border?

Illegals might be lazy, uneducated and violent, but they ain't dumb!

And on a side note, when are you gonna start a new baseball thread? lol






Would you agree that per your logic above, illegals don't pay taxes anywhere? I mean, surely ou don't think illegal aliens pay taxes in Texas or New York, but not in California? So again - it costs more to live in California than anywhere else. Why would people with absolutely no money purposefully go to the most expensive place there is to live?

Either it doesn't cost that much to live in California; or illegals have more money than is believed; or your information is incorrect.

I pick the last option. Well, actually all three options. But as to the last option, here are some facts:

As of 2016 there were 2,200,000 illegal immigrants in California, and 1,600,000 in Texas. So your theory about border length/illegal immigrant population doesn't really hold water - especially when you realize that nos. 3 and 4 are Florida and New York, neither of which has a border with Mexico.

More illegals go to California because there is more work for them there. That's it. There is no other reason. It's why illegal immigrants DO go to Texas, Florida and New York, but RARELY go to Maine, Montant, Vermont or West Virginia. Follow the money, as they say, and you can do that here:

https://www.pewhispanic.o...-by-state/

More baseball coming soon! That was a great series this weekend, wasn't it? razz



Exactly! Most undocumented immigrants go where there are plentiful service jobs in hotels and bars and restaurants and resorts- like in places like California and New York and Florida... and Bedminister, which until this year had loads illegal immigrants working there. But anyone who quotes the NY Post as a definitive source like Stephen (Poked) does is obviously not a person too concerned about actual facts
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Your are clealry NOT from nor have any intimate knowledge about California.


You know what they say about people who assume.

I have family in Huntington Beach, they have much to say about the state of affairs in Cali.

One common theme, in Cali you're better off poor because you get a ton of benefits. If you're middle class, you pay through the nose.

It's no different than Obamacare. For those with little or no income, it's great because it's free. Meanwhile middle class households can't afford the sky-high premiums and huge deductibles because they supposedly make "too much" to qualify for subsidies.

What incentive do the illegals have to make an average income, when they can get so much for free without a job?

"Jussie Smollett wanted to become the Rosa Parks of Gay Black Men, but instead he became the Rosie Ruiz."

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Reply #231 posted 05/28/19 5:15pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Your are clealry NOT from nor have any intimate knowledge about California.


You know what they say about people who assume.

I have family in Huntington Beach, they have much to say about the state of affairs in Cali.

One common theme, in Cali you're better off poor because you get a ton of benefits. If you're middle class, you pay through the nose.

It's no different than Obamacare. For those with little or no income, it's great because it's free. Meanwhile middle class households can't afford the sky-high premiums and huge deductibles because they supposedly make "too much" to qualify for subsidies.

What incentive do the illegals have to make an average income, when they can get so much for free without a job?



Maybe your relatives can supply us with a list of things illegals get for free in California.

On another note, my late cousin used to live in Huntington Beach. He was a surfer and must have been pretty good. I went to The Mirage once and a pit boss's name tag said she was from Huntington Beach. I said, "It's a long shot, but my cousin used to live there. Did you ever know a RodeoSchro's Cousin?"

Her eyes grew wide and she said, "That's your cousin? He was a legend in Huntington Beach!" Then she offered to give me a rating, which is how the hotel determines how much free stuff they give you.

I wish my cousin had been a bigger legend, because all my rating level gave me was a free breakfast.

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Reply #232 posted 05/28/19 5:20pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Pokeno4Money said:


You know what they say about people who assume.

I have family in Huntington Beach, they have much to say about the state of affairs in Cali.

One common theme, in Cali you're better off poor because you get a ton of benefits. If you're middle class, you pay through the nose.

It's no different than Obamacare. For those with little or no income, it's great because it's free. Meanwhile middle class households can't afford the sky-high premiums and huge deductibles because they supposedly make "too much" to qualify for subsidies.

What incentive do the illegals have to make an average income, when they can get so much for free without a job?



Maybe your relatives can supply us with a list of things illegals get for free in California.

On another note, my late cousin used to live in Huntington Beach. He was a surfer and must have been pretty good. I went to The Mirage once and a pit boss's name tag said she was from Huntington Beach. I said, "It's a long shot, but my cousin used to live there. Did you ever know a RodeoSchro's Cousin?"

Her eyes grew wide and she said, "That's your cousin? He was a legend in Huntington Beach!" Then she offered to give me a rating, which is how the hotel determines how much free stuff they give you.

I wish my cousin had been a bigger legend, because all my rating level gave me was a free breakfast.

Huntington Beach is full of racist, whiny conservatives.

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Lol, Republicans have NO healthcare plan FOR OVER A DECADE NOW.

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13cjk13 said:

RodeoSchro said:



Maybe your relatives can supply us with a list of things illegals get for free in California.

On another note, my late cousin used to live in Huntington Beach. He was a surfer and must have been pretty good. I went to The Mirage once and a pit boss's name tag said she was from Huntington Beach. I said, "It's a long shot, but my cousin used to live there. Did you ever know a RodeoSchro's Cousin?"

Her eyes grew wide and she said, "That's your cousin? He was a legend in Huntington Beach!" Then she offered to give me a rating, which is how the hotel determines how much free stuff they give you.

I wish my cousin had been a bigger legend, because all my rating level gave me was a free breakfast.

Huntington Beach is full of racist, whiny conservatives.



I doubt my cousin was any of those when he lived there as a teenager in the early 70's.

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Reply #235 posted 05/29/19 8:59am

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Massive Dow Rally?? lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol So much WINNING!!! LOCK. HIM. UP.

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poppys said:

Lol, Republicans have NO healthcare plan FOR OVER A DECADE NOW.

With dumbed down, racist idiots in their corner, who needs to talk about healthcare? Lies are all they need.

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DJIA down 350 points, falls below 25,000. Down more than 1,600 points in the last 30 days.

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Reply #238 posted 05/29/19 9:22am

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Illegals make the least amount of money of all workers, wouldn't you agree? I'm sure you would - after all, we don't see illegals generally serving as anything other than busboys, maids, fruit pickers and lawn care workers.

And yet - you say that more of them go to the most expensive place in the United States to live than go anywhere else.

Hmmm, the poorest people picking the most expensive place to live doesn't add up. Perhaps you have been fed some incorrect information along the way?


Most illegals either don't work, or work under the table. Either way, they don't pay taxes. THAT's why Cali has by far the most illegals in the country, because it's the best state in the US for freeloaders who don't have taxable income.

Not add up? If you've got no money, no job, and no home, where do you think is the best place to go? To Cali, where hardworking taxpayers pay an insane amount of taxes to support illegals.

You're a Texan. You know the vast majority of illegals come into the US by land from Mexico. Do you ever wonder why the majority of those illegals coming from Mexico don't settle in Texas, despite it being the state with the biggest Mexican border in the country? How about the 2nd-biggest Mexican border state, Arizona? How about the 3rd-biggest Mexican border state, New Mexico?

Why is it the vast majority of illegals coming from Mexico go to the farthest border state with the smallest border? And do I need to say which state is the farthest with the smallest border?

Illegals might be lazy, uneducated and violent, but they ain't dumb!

And on a side note, when are you gonna start a new baseball thread? lol




According to the Social Security Administration, there were nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States in January 2009. Factoring out kids, nonworking immigrants and those working in the underground economy and not paying taxes, the Social Security Administration estimated about 3.1 million unauthorized immigrants who worked and paid Social Security taxes in 2010.

This group and their employers generated about $13 billion in payroll taxes in 2010. The administration then subtracted about $1 billion in benefits that could’ve been received in 2010 from earnings in years when workers were unauthorized. Workers and employers contribute roughly the same amount.

In a 2014 Vice News piece, the Social Security Administration’s chief actuary Stephen C. Goss affirmed the $12 billion contribution.

Social Security Administration analysts said "a relatively small portion" of those who could draw benefits do so.

Laws enacted in 1996 and 2004 block Social Security benefits paid to unauthorized immigrants or to any noncitizen without a work-authorized Social Security number at some point in time, the administration said.

An analysis by the conservative Heritage Foundation came up with a lower figure: $7 billion, excluding payments from employers.

The Heritage Foundation came up with a similar result in a 2013 report. It found that the average undocumented immigrant household paid $10,334 in taxes. About half of these 3.4 million households do not pay any taxes.

Using Heritage’s analysis, that would translate to about $17.6 billion paid in taxes.

Heritage noted that the average undocumented immigrant household received about $24,721 in government benefits and services (i.e. public education, welfare benefits and services like police and highways), resulting in a deficit of $14,387.

Our ruling

Kumar said, "Undocumented immigrants pay $12 billion of taxes every single year."

A left-leaning research organization estimated that undocumented immigrants paid about $12 billion in total taxes in 2010, while a conservative think tank pegged it at $17.6 billion.

Kumar told us she meant Social Security taxes, but that would make her figure less accurate. According to the Social Security Administration, half of the $12 billion in payroll taxes comes from employers. (But she didn’t say it this way.)

We rate Kumar’s claim True.



https://www.politifact.co...pay-taxes/



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Congressional Research Service finds that unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump's tax cuts have done effectively nothing for the economy; transferred money from you and I to the 1%; and have not spurred income growth that can keep up with GDP growth or inflation. The tax cuts have, however, increased our budget deficit to more than $1 trillion this fiscal year.

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