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Monday, March 14, 2016
Pete Rose Endorses Trump Ahead Of Tomorrow's Ohio Primary
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Pete still desires to be ensconced in the Hall of Shame.
I guess Pete Rose is OK with the Trumpets plans for mass deportation by a Deportation Force. You have to wonder how this will work. Will the mass deportation by done via the rail roads in box cars or flat bed cars, will the trucking industry be invited into transporting people in in semi-trailers???? How will these people be identified will the Army, Marines and Police be called in?? What if there is resistance??
There has been in our American History mass deportations in the past the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Mass incarceration happened to the Japanese in WW 2. There has been mass deportations under totalitarian governments in the past in modern times.
Flogger: Several Presidents deported illegal aliens (term of legal status) by the tens o' millions; FDR, Truman, Ike, Carter...
And, Sore-ass funded groups are attempting to deport legal listeners from the exercise of their First Amendment Rights...
Thanks Pete I am just trying to understand the logistics of Trump's Plan to deport millions of illegal aliens. I found out something on the Web Site below: The real record for deportations belongs to the Clinton administration, 12,290,995 or 1,536,363 per year. I do not suppose this is something that Hillary would want to mention in her stump speeches.
As a second generation American, I assure you, there were caps on WHO (more importantly where you were from) was let in. They were called names and treated like idiots. Idiots who did take the time to learn English and step up to part of the Greatest Generation.
My feeling is it seems those that are allowed to WALK across the boarder illegally are supposed to be welcomed with open arms. What about those who live in far away lands? Are they any less deserving of freedom and a better life?
Pete Rose was among the greatest.
He's the kind of winner we need more of in America.
Thanks for endorsing the right guy, Pete.
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