Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Trump: My Admin ‘Will Not Admit Any Refugees Without the Support of Community Where Being Placed’

Breitbart ^ | November 7, 2016 | MICHAEL PATRICK LEAHY 

“A Trump administration will not admit any refugees without the support of the local community where they are being placed,” Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told an enthusiastic crowd of more than 5,000 who greeted him at the Sun Country Airlines hangar of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport on Sunday.

Trump’s statement marked the first time he explicitly declared that if he is elected president, refugees will not be resettled “without the support of the local community where they are being placed.”
The Refugee Act of 1980’s “consultation clause” requires that the federal government and the director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement must consult with elected officials of state and local jurisdictions prior to the placement of refugees in their jurisdictions.
The Obama administration, however, has routinely failed to comply with this requirement. Only in the past several years have officials with the Office of Refugee Resettlement regularly communicated with states about refugees, but those communications typically come after the arrival of the refugees, rather than in advance of their arrival, as the Refugee Act of 1980 requires.
While the Refugee Act of 1980 requires the federal government to consult with local governments as well as state governments, Breitbart News has reported on several local governments who say they’ve never received any communications from the federal government before or after the resettlement of refugees.
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Today is tomorrow there really really really are no more tomorrows!

vanity | Nov 8, 2016 | Kevin "Coach" Collins 

“Today is tomorrow; there are no more tomorrows.”

In the Marine Corps, on special days like today, we heard this very true and sobering phrase. In various iterations we have heard this from our candidate Donald Trump.
Since 2010, and every two years since, Republicans have told us that “this election is THE most important of our lifetime.”
In 2010 and again in 2014 we heard the message and dutifully rose up to charge to the polls and elect the Republicans we trusted with our future. That trust was clearly misplaced.
The Republicans have turned out to be worse than the Democrats. They rolled over on EVERY important issue from ending Obamacare to the systematic deconstruction of our military, to wild uncontrolled spending, to open borders and cheer leading as Barack Obama stuck his finger in our eyes with one illegal Executive Order after another. The list goes on and we know it well.
We poured out all of our energy and support only to watch the Republicans joining the Democrats in mocking and reviling us because we demanded a constitutional government.
Now it is OUR turn to tell THEM that this is the “most important election in our lifetime,” which it really is.
If we lose this time we have lost everything.
The Republicans will see no reason to bother to pretend to listen to us even as they themselves will be circling the drain without any consciousness of the coming end of their Party.
The Democrats will exact as much retribution against us as their evil twisted minds can conjure up.
Our only chance for salvation is electing Donald Trump; the only honest man in the political arena. Each of us has to get out and vote and commit to getting someone else to vote for Trump.
We have to fight like the third monkey on Noah’s Ark in the rain.
There are things you can do. Believe it or not surveys show that up to 2% of people who go to the polls do not know who they are going to vote for and are often swayed by the last name they see.
This precisely why many states have laws passed by Democrats that forbid “electioneering” within fifty feet from the door of a polling place.
Get signs and stand across the street or at the stop sign on the corner near the polls. Draw attention to yourself; wear RED. Use red lettering on oak tag poster boards. Wear them as a “sandwich board” which is something so old it’s new.
Go to Trump HQ and volunteer as a driver to pick up Trump voters unable to drive. The Amish in Pennsylvania and Ohio need such assistance go to this website to ask how you can help.
After you vote go around to polls wearing RED bring coffee and donuts for our staff.
Ask at Trump HQ if they need people to make phone calls or knock on doors of identified Trump voters.
Now is not the time to say, “Oh I’m too shy to do any of that,” because you won’t be “too shy” to suffer under an out of control totalitarian government.
Each and every one of us must commit for this one most important day in our life to: Fight like the third monkey on Noah’s Ark in the rain.
Your future and the futures of your children and grandchildren are on the line; and there will be no “do overs.”
“Today is tomorrow; there really really really are no more tomorrows.”

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