WH Attacks Trump and Carson

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November 13, 2015

President Obama said Thursday that Donald Trump’s idea for a “deportation force” to help expel immigrants in the U.S. illegally was not only impractical, but contrary to the character of the country.

“The notion that we’re going to deport 11, 12 million people from this country — first of all, I have no idea where Mr. Trump thinks the money’s going to come from,” Obama said in an interview with ABC News on Thursday, estimating it would cost billions of dollars.

But beyond that he warned such a program — perhaps a revival of a controversial Eisenhower-era effort — would diminish America’s standing abroad.

  • Savetheanimals

    I would volunteer to help with paperwork, typing and answering phones from work. Trump 2016

  • GQ4U

    “…deport 11, 12 million people from this country…” Its more like 25 million Barry. The money to fund mass deportation will come from the Billion$ saved that we currently spend on the illegal invaders. To expedite this we need to eliminate anchor baby status and all kids born here who are under the age of 18 must be deported with their families.

    No one has diminished America’s standing abroad more than Barry Hussein Obama.

    • Pam

      AMEN!!

  • wattsupstupid

    Make every law enforcement personnel a deputy ICE agent and everyone they stop for a violation must show ID and proof of citizenship. If everyone is ID you can’t call profiling. Fine any employer who hires an illegal 50k for each one. No more letting employers know when ICE is coming to check. They say each has to go before a Judge, okay take 100 at a time. Use FEMA camps to hold them until they go before a judge. Give them the choice to self deport or go into the camps. If they self deport they can get in line and apply to return. They say it will cost billions to deport them well it is costing billions each year to have them here and that is recurring costs each and every year. Not to say the more pollution and crowding of our streets and highways. Also the toll on our education system. You first go after the gang members and criminals. Those who have been here for 10 years or more if they or their children have not been in trouble and are not on welfare can apply for a green card and start the process of becoming a citizen. Anyone that has come here illegally after that MUST be deported. So what if it takes 5 years. If they come forward they can come back through the proper channels if they are caught they can not even try for 10 years.

    • Pam

      Since they came here ILLEGALLY, I don’t think they have any “rights” and that includes the “right to a hearing in front of a judge”. Besides, what is there TO judge? No papers, no staying here! Visa expired, you go home. That’s it

      • wattsupstupid

        I agree with you but unfortunately the powers that be say they get their day before a judge. I would just round them up and send them back to where they came from. I think things are topsy turvy.

  • W. Coyote

    “The Obama administration deported a record 438,421 unauthorized immigrants in fiscal year 2013, continuing a streak of stepped up enforcement that has resulted in more than 2 million deportations since Obama took office, newly released Department of Homeland Security data show.”- From a Pew Research Center report

    • robb1952

      Interesting as to how this ‘report’ shows up when this has become a serious debate and discussion among Americans everywhere. Makes me wonder how true this DHS report is…

      • Pam

        Soetoro, unlike any other administration, counts the people who are turned back at the border and NEVER ACTUALLY, FULLY ENTER THE COUNTRY AS “DEPORTATIONS”. Using that metric, the Bush admin. would have “deported” millions. As usual, he’s playing with words.
        How could someone claim to be serious about deportation while threatening to go all the way to scotus in order to grant them amnesty?

        • W. Coyote

          So, are you complaining that illegal immigrants have been stopped near the border and sent back?

          • Pam

            What I am saying is that, them claiming “turn-backs” as deportations is like someone claiming they lost two pounds because they didn’t buy a triple fudge cake they saw at the grocery store.

          • W. Coyote

            Regardless of whether they count “turn-backs” or not, there are many thousands of deportations taking place. You would never know that listening to the Republican candidates or the commenters on this website. Did you read the report from the link above- Pew Research Center?

          • Pam

            What matters more me than national “research” is the fact that I cannot get a job in the town where I live (in northern Illinois), because I don’t speak SPANISH. For every white family that moves here, four or five “latino” families come in. They allow three and four different people to sign a deed and apparently you don’t have to be a citizen or speak english to buy a house. We have had so many “walk aways” that our property is no longer worth enough to even pay off what we still owe on it.
            When you read the police blotter in the paper, 60-75% of the “offender” names are “latino”, burglary, shop lifting, drugs, domestic abuse, and lots of drunk driving county wide, while the county, as a whole, has roughly 40% “hispanic”.
            The “white” school children are expected to bring in enough school supplies for two children. When I complained about it and told them I would send enough for MY SON, you would have thought I had slapped them in the face.
            Every two years, or so, we have a major outbreak of whooping cough. We have higher than “average” TB, hepatitis, and all childhood diseases that our kids were routinely inoculated against.
            The people that live behind my one friend are apparently not used to indoor plumbing because the men routinely “relieve themselves” on the back wall of their garage, directly in line with the window above her kitchen sink.
            I see these women in the grocery store, dripping with gold, wearing designer jeans, and paying with WIC coupons and EBT cards.
            So, you will just have to forgive me (or not) if I sound pissed off and bitter.

          • W. Coyote

            Pam- Sorry to hear about the problems in your town, especially that you “cannot get a job”.
            There are a lot of difficult issues that you touch on. I think most illegals are here because they are doing hard jobs that many Americans no longer want to do (landscaping, construction, dishwashing, etc to name just a few). That doesn’t give them an excuse for being here illegally, but it’s reality. (As a side note, Dylan Roof, who shot up the church in South Carolina, got a job as a landscaper, but quit after a few days because the work was too hard).
            President Obama has pleaded with Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration bill to address the problems you are talking about. A few Republicans even worked on one for a little while. But they then realized doing something good for the country would be something Obama could take credit for. As you are probably aware, the Republicans have a strategy of opposing anything that can be regarded as a positive so they can complain about “lack of leadership”. The idea is to make things so bad, that everyone will flock to the polls and elect a Republican president. In other words, they aren’t interested in solving the problems that you so clearly document.
            I’m not so naïve to presume that a comprehensive immigration bill would magically solve all the problems overnight, but at least it could be a start. Right now Donald Trump and others are selling a fantasy. It’s too bad so many people are buying it.

      • W. Coyote

        http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/10/02/u-s-deportations-of-immigrants-reach-record-high-in-2013/
        The report was from Oct. 3, 2014 covering through 2013. Among Hispanics, President Obama has been called “the deporter in chief” for a number of years.

  • Rich

    Easy. Fine employers $50000 for each illegal they have on the payroll or are paying in cash. Problem solved

    • GQ4U

      Its the federal governments failure to control the borders not the employers who hire workers. Plus if the 25 million illegals living here were all unemployed they would be on welfare. I favor deportation of all illegal aliens but don’t blame the private sector for what is clearly a liberal government policy failure going back several decades.

      • S. Wicks Jr

        However, the private sector is NOT doing much to control or rid this infestation of illegals. They are getting money somewhere. And yes, the government MUST NOT give illegals any assistance breaking the law by being here without a visa or other form of entry (other than illegal invasion)…..

      • Pam

        That is actually two sides of the same coin.
        I have been out of work for two years, now, because the “employers” in my town only hire two kinds of people, family members/friends for the “management” positions and ILLEGAL ALIENS for everything else.

  • Smitch

    Trump’s Idea is Great. The problem is evident…Liberal’s hate deportation and need to be deported themselves!

    • Pam

      As for “paying for it”. It would pay for itself in the savings we would realize in health care, education, housing, litigation, incarceration, etc.

      • Smitch

        Yes and Reoccurring arrest and time ICE agents handle repeat boarder jumpers!

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