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Monday, August 29, 2016

read this in our Sunday paper yesterday

"how will Donald Trump deport illegal migrants from the US?

Juan by Juan"

(*~*)

16 comments:

  1. A very good question. The US depends on the labour of illegal immigrants, and guess what? We have many illegal immigrants here, upon who we depend, who might just be serving me when I go to a shop.

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    1. Andrew; I know, the illegals are everywhere, and as long as they're not working for that vile terrorist group, I don't care so much. People might get their backs up and carry on about how "they're taking our jobs", but I've stood in Centrelink lines behind young Aussies who were only there to get their names marked off on some list or other then planning to spend the day at the beach instead of attending job interviews. And even if they attended, who's to say the job still wouldn't go to someone prepared to work harder and cheaper? And with a smile?

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  2. Hi River,

    Joking aside, the man's a dangerous lunatic.God help America if he is elected.

    :o|

    Cheers

    PM

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    1. Not a lunatic! or Dangerous. Other side scares me more... a dishonest megalomaniac married to and protected a serial rapist.

      I think rape is a very serious offense and covering it up is just as bad, as is ignoring it.

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    2. Plasman and joeh; not sure who I agree with here. Is the man a dangerous loony or is he acting this way on purpose, doing and saying what he is told? I do know that my gut clenches when I see him in the news, but I don't know enough about Hillary to say she's a better choice.

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  3. I am concerned how he would treat anyone.

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    1. S.J.Qualls; from what I hear and read, I share your concerns.

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  4. Concerned here too♥

    summerdaisy.cottage.blogspot.com

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    1. Summer; we're probably right to be concerned, but should Hillary concern us too? I'm not American, so haven't followed the political shenanigans and don't know all the stories.

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  5. To Joe: What about the rape the Donald was accused of?

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    1. fishducky; another rape? what is the world coming to? Whatever happened to full exposure for politicians? They're all so busy hiding stuff we should know about?

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  6. Clever comment. And sigh on the political front. A pox on ALL their houses.

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    1. Elephant's Child; I wish I'd been the clever one (*~*). And politics, for me at least, shall forever remain in the dark. Or should that be 'keeping me in the dark'?

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  7. Tell me why Aussies should work harder and cheaper? Smile optional.

    I'm moving to America to vote for Donald. He puts fun back into politics. Showbiz! There's been nothing like him since Billy MacMahon.

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    1. R.H. I wouldn't move to America if you paid me!

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  8. Trump is an embarrassment to the United States. First I said, "There is no way he would get the nomination" so with that done I won't say "there is no way he could become President." I do not want Hillary either but we do have an excellent third candidate Gary Johnson who will be on the ballot in all 50 states and few people know about him. He will have my vote and he is growing in popularity.

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