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Posted on 07/13/2014 9:42:53 AM PDT by montag813
by Brian Hayes | Top Right News
According to one Democrat Congressman from, of all places, Texas - America doesn't have a border security problem, despite the bum rush of hundreds of thousands of illegals from Central America this year.
Nope. The way to solve this influx is to hand them asylum in their home countries, before they even cross our border.
Yep, you heard right. Rep. Beto ORourke (D-TX) visited CNNs State of the Nation and uttered his little bit of crazy for a national audience.
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U.S. Constitution, Article IV, Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government, AND SHALL PROTECT EACH OF THEM AGAINST INVASION.
It appears as though der fuehrer has passed “amnesty” and the open borders thing and we didn’t get the memo.
El Paso. 16th District
Yep, that’s why I call them the Treason party, they never fail to commit treason.
100,000 Tony Montanas comin’ up!
Congressman ORourke is advocating treason.
Time to frog-march the traitor out of the state house straight to a handy lamppost.
LIBs are insane...even those from Texas. This idiot must hate Free America. I doubt if he can find his way to his office. What a putz.
Exactly, if we actually enforced the laws against treason, this kind of crap would be gone overnight. But no, the RINO party continues to sit back while subhuman pieces of rat filth like this continue to sell out the country.
This is the closest I could come up with for the actual story as presented from a conservative perspective . . .
Further searching provided this link to a story from a Mexican source (report in Spanish and English)
Note: El Universal includes a video report by Natalia Gomez with edited segments of a taped interview of the ex-Prime Minister of Greece, Georgios A. Papandreou.
According to Wiki, Papandreou was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and was educated in both US and Canada and states:
In December 2003 European Voice shortlisted him for nomination of the Europeans of the Year award as "Diplomat of the Year", naming him as "The Bridge-Builder" and quoting Le Monde that dubbed him the "architect of Greek-Turkish rapprochement".
In January 2006, Papandreou was unanimously elected President of the Socialist International.
Transcript of the edited video interview:
It is absolutely necessary to sit down and cooperate and compromise to see how we can deal with the root causes but also how we can help these people because they are human beings.
This is where we need to appeal to the United States that the question of migrants, for example, the question of child migrants should not become a football, a polarized game between the two parts.
Pressures of people wanting to find freedom, jobs, security. One of the big issues of our times is the huge inequality. We have a huge concentration of wealth in the hands of a few people.
Just to say that one percent of the total population controls fifty percent of the global wealth is just one.
The sense that people want to find a better life.
I think that we need to appeal to the United States to look at this in a humane way and to - not to - push for repatration but reunification with the families is the basic goal.
We do need to respect borders. Borders are there to protect human beings, not to exclude human beings. So, yes, we do need to respect borders. We need to control borders. We need to control. But at the same time we also need to realize that we need to deal with the real problem of these people. They have a problem.
One suggestion is that work together in the region through cooperation. Not through blame. Not through creating new walls - people will find ways to move around it or create more suffering. We have to work together.
We have to work together so we can have a comprehensive policy to begin addressing the root problem, the transit and also the integration , the systematic integration of migrants into our societies in a positive way.
The money that goes to building walls on borders is huge. Rather than doing that, lets invest that in development, in aid, to find jobs, to help the social situation of the migrants.
This guy just has to be a transplant. He simply cannot be a native-Texan.
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