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absolem

Hi harry. i trust you are well. we already have forced compliance now...it is just not for being here illegally. the crimes that they are committing are thinning the herd of bad-intention folks pretty well. i think most legal Americans would welcome those that respect our laws and follow the process. it is sad that one is labeled for wanting those that enter our contry to so legally out of respect of our country and her people...that welome them and employ them legally. it is good to chat with you.

Posted 165 days ago.

harryanderson

Hello, absolem

Redo 14th. I'm with you.

Huge fines on employers. Yes.

Asking them to leave. Ok, but I doubt few would. After all, by sneaking across the border or overstaying their visas, they've shown disregard for our immigration laws. I don't think they'd start complying just because we asked.

I imagine we'd have to force compliance.

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

ticket to beat. Call me crazy.... but balance seems to be needed.

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

Stillhere...good late afternoon to you my friend....i haven't forgot about your question. let's put it this way, i like Trump for many of the reasons that cause others to "hiss" at the very mention of his name. he is the un-politician. i am impressed that he is paying for his campaign out of his own pocket as far as is being reported. i believe he cares about this country and the condition we find ourselves in. truth is...professional politicians have gotten us to this point. if one is happy then vote someone else, if you are unhappy with the status quo then vote Trump. i agree that his strong personality and penchant for getting things done in the real world will be a challenge within the beltway. i was chatting with another supporter and posed the "who should be his V-P choice"? well without hesitation he said ben Carson...i thought about that for a bit and thought...nah that would not work. frankly, after some thought..a Trump-Sanders ticket may just be the tick

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

open arms those that follow our immigration procedures, we should admonish those that denegrate the process itself and the pride that comes with it. the pride to say..."I have become an American citizen!"...how great is that??????

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

good afternoon Harry. i agree with Trump that it can be done and it does not have to be as a police state. the way you remove the 11 million is to have them remove themselves. they seemed to be resourceful enough to meander across the border with the intention of habitation by either legal or illegal methods. there will have to be a reasonable time frame for those to follow the instructions given by the immigration authorities. applications could be submitted for residency and work visa's. i am all for legal means however those that are unwilling to fulfill the law of the land must be sent packing by any means necessary. by registering and identifying with their home country, it allows our immigration authories to perform background checks through international databases. levying "HUGE" fines against employers that employ undocumented or those without properly permitted papers should be instituted. the rewrite of the 14th amendment should happen. while we should welcome with

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

*+ childrens dot org

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

sorry this should have preceded my first post:

Gleaned from an article on the hopkins childrens**** site no spaces. OWO...even you should admit that after reading this...Ben Carson is a rather awesome individual even if you don't agree with him politically.

"Johns Hopkins Children’s Center neurosurgeon Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D., received the nation’s highest civilian award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in a White House ceremony, Thursday, June 19, 2008.

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

awards. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the Horatio Alger Society of Distinguished Americans and many other prestigious organizations. He serves on the board of directors of numerous organizations, including the Academy of Achievement, and is an emeritus fellow of the Yale Corporation, the governing body of the Yale University."

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

Johns Hopkins before joining its faculty.

Carson is president and co-founder of the Carson Scholars Fund, which recognizes young people of all backgrounds for exceptional academic and humanitarian accomplishments. He also co-founded Angels of the OR, which provides grants to assist families with non-covered medical care expenses involving both adult and pediatric neurosurgery. Throughout the school year, he shares his inspirational medical and personal story with groups of school children in Johns Hopkins Medicine’s largest lecture hall.

His three books, Gifted Hands, THINK BIG and The Big Picture offer inspiration and insight for leading a successful life. A fourth, Take the Risk: Learning to Identify, Choose, and Live with Acceptable Risk, was released in early 2008. Dr. Carson has been married for over 30 years to his wife, Candy, and is the father of three sons. His mother, Sonya Carson, lives with them.

He holds more than 40 honorary doctorate degrees and hundreds of oth

Posted 165 days ago.

absolem

Carson is renowned for his innovative and groundbreaking neurosurgeries, which include separations of craniopagus (Siamese) twins joined at the head, and hemispherectomies, surgeries in which a portion of the brain is removed to stem intractable seizures in children. At Johns Hopkins, where he has directed pediatric neurosurgery for nearly a quarter of a century, Carson co-directs its Craniofacial Center and is a professor of oncology, plastic surgery and pediatrics.

Carson is also a philanthropist, author and motivator of youth to rise above circumstances of upbringing or hardship to lead meaningful, accomplished and compassionate lives. Motivated by a mother who challenged her sons to strive for excellence and insisted on reading over TV-viewing and other idle pursuits, he moved on from a childhood life of poverty in Detroit’s inner city to graduate from Yale University, 1973, and University of Michigan School of Medicine, 1977. He subsequently trained in pediatric neurosurgery at

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Sorry for the typo's: Monday: A lion charged and killed a safari guide who was leading a group of tourists in the same national park in Zimbabwe that was the home of Cecil the lion, who was killed by a bow hunter in July.

The lion had no license and was not authorized to hunt humans in this area.

Animal psychologists theorized that the lion attacked because he was still hacked off at the whole Cecil thing.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

A lion charged and killed a safari guide who was leading a group of tourists in the same national park in Zimbabwe that was the home of Cecil the lion, who was killed by a bow hunter in July.

The lion had no license and was not authorized to hunt humans in this area.

Animal psychologists theorized that the lion attached because he was still hacked off at the whole Cecil thing.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Carson was a professor of neurosurgery, oncology, plastic surgery, and pediatrics, and he was the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. At 33, he became the youngest major division director in the hospital's history as director of pediatric neurosurgery. He was also a co-director of the Johns Hopkins Craniofacial Center. Carson specialized in traumatic brain injuries, brain and spinal cord tumors, achondroplasia, neurological and congenital disorders, craniosynostosis, epilepsy, and trigeminal neuralgia. He began his career as a neurosurgeon, but also developed an interest in pediatrics. In 1987, Carson successfully separated conjoined twins, the Binder twins, who had been joined at the back of the head (craniopagus twins). The 70-member surgical team, led by Carson, worked for 22 hours. Both twins survived. He might not be a typical politician, but I don’t think you can call him a hack as a physician.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Ben Carson: Let’s go down to city hall. Living behind a door with three deadbolts is not living in freedom. Being too scared to walk around your block at night is not the pursuit of happiness we were all promised.

Was he talking about Baltimore, Philadelphia, or Chicago?

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Ben Carson: Let’s confront the entertainment industry that lines its pockets by glamorizing a life where black men are thugs and our women are trash. Let’s tell them we plan to start talking with our wallets.

It is time for them to pick on someone else because we have had enough. Demeaning women is not art, and it shouldn’t be profitable. Neither is glorifying violence and equating prison time with authenticity. Straight Outta Compton, #1 in movie theaters, is just the latest example. You only have to watch the trailers.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Ben Carson: I grew up in neighborhoods most Americans were told to never drive through. I saw bullets, drugs and death in the same places I played tag and ball with my friends. Both of my older cousins died on the streets where I lived. I thought that was my destiny.

But my mother didn't. She changed all of that. She saved my brother and me from being killed on those streets with nothing but a library card.

My mother knew what the problems were and she shielded me and my brother from them. I can tell you she wasn't worried about Socialist senators from tiny rural states. "BlackLivesmatter" could learn from her to focus on the real sources of our hopelessness.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

source- Ben Carson OP ED.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

The idea that disrupting and protesting Bernie Sanders speeches will change what is wrong in America is lunacy. The "BlackLivesMatter" movement is focused on the wrong targets. Bernie Sanders, nope: We should have a talk with the ‘Democratic Party’. Let's tell them, we don’t want to be clothed, fed and housed. We want honor and dignity. We don't want a plan to give us public housing in nice neighborhoods. We want an end to excuses for schools that leave us without the means to buy our own houses where we choose to live. We want the skills needed to compete, not a consolation prize of Section 8, Food Stamps and a lifetime of government paperwork.

Finally, we need to go over to the ‘Republican Party’. We need to tell them they have ignored us for too long. They need to invite us in and listen to us. We need to communicate and find a different way.

Posted 165 days ago.

BeRight

Carson has a great op ed in todays USA Today.

Look it up.

Posted 165 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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