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    Yesterday, 08:10 AM
    So either your family built the entire country or nobody built it? You expect anyone to take you seriously? Again, what's yours is yours. But you don't get to extend your reach out over what belongs to me, and what I and my family built and tell me it's actually yours. Your ancestors aren't the gods you pretend they are. And if some of them centuries ago did something impressive and ended up rich because of it and then someone else between their time and now squandered that inheritance, that's life. They didn't win you a claim to what isn't yours.
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    Yesterday, 07:50 AM
    Right. Because those are the only two options. Either your family built it, or it just appeared.
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    Yesterday, 07:35 AM
    Yes. And it doesn't exist without individuals committing violent criminal acts.
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    Yesterday, 07:24 AM
    Your family didn't build the nation or the constitution. It isn't your property to complain about. If you want to control who lives in the house across the street, buy it. Otherwise, worry about what's actually yours. And within the purview of what is actually yours, nobody else can come and tear it apart. It's up to you to keep it together. Do you want to make sure your progeny stays pureblood white, then that's up to you to indoctrinate your kids appropriately. Having a brown family live nearby won't force your kids to depart from that training unless you failed in it. It all comes back to you. Alternatively, you also have the option of changing your own attitude. You can cease to fear the choices your progeny might make about whom they want to have kids with and enjoy the life you have with a focus on the things that are actually under your control.
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    Yesterday, 07:08 AM
    OK. Then we're not talking about anything that warrants violence against anyone. "Battalions" meaning precisely what? Given that you're not talking about people involved in any kind of violent crime? You might as well call the missionaries my church supports sending into other countries a battalion. These "battalions" are made up of individuals. And as long as these individuals remain at peace with the rest of us, they have as much right to cross that imaginary line as your ancestors did. If these individuals have conspired with one another to commit violence here, then we're back to this being a matter of violent crime, warranting the same use of force in retaliation that would be warranted against any group that started out inside the borders and conspired to commit anything comparable.
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    Yesterday, 06:56 AM
    Asked and answered. Yes. The people can use force to prevent and punish violent crimes (the kind that have actual victims) against people that have been given due process being either caught in the act or proven guilty, whether they come from within its borders or without.
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    Yesterday, 06:40 AM
    We all know you don't. To your credit, you're pretty forthright about that. So what's the problem? And why did you refer to demographics if you don't really see that as the issue on the table?
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    Yesterday, 06:23 AM
    Notice the word demographic here. This tells us what this is really all about for the scared ones.
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    Yesterday, 06:22 AM
    I am not trolling. When and if these pioneers make it here it will be a lite a booster shot in America's softened-by-luxury gene pool. I don't blame the deplorables for being scared. They can't compete against this kind of drive. The only kind of great replacement there's going to be is a survival of the fittest that they won't stand a chance at.
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    09-28-2022, 09:52 AM
    And then what? The question wasn't about looting. It was about entering a state from another state.
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    09-28-2022, 09:06 AM
    That looks like an incredibly difficult and dangerous trek. It must take a truly remarkable human being to do this. If they make it to the USA, we will be a better country for it.
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    09-28-2022, 08:40 AM
    Got any evidence to support that ridiculous claim?
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    09-28-2022, 08:03 AM
    They should have gotten a bunch of armed citizens of their states to man the borders and shoot unvetted refugees trying to get into their states from other states.
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    09-28-2022, 05:45 AM
    It must be scary for people in states like Alabama and North Carolina to have a sudden influx of refugees from the states in the hurricane path who havenít been properly vetted.
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    09-27-2022, 02:34 PM
    Source?
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    09-27-2022, 06:14 AM
    OK. So you're a communist. What are you doing here then?
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    09-25-2022, 01:34 PM
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to PAF again." It's socialism. At bottom, they don't believe in such a thing as private ownership of land.
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    09-25-2022, 12:45 PM
    Prison isn't a just punishment for trespassing. But are we even talking about trespassers? When they genuinely do trespass on someone's private property, then sure. And then it should be up to the private property owner to say if they want to press charges or not. But some random person who lives hundreds of miles away doesn't get to complain that they are trespassing just because they're in the same country as that person and they don't want them in their country.
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    09-23-2022, 07:06 PM
    The rest of the country is not your property. You might not want to live in a country that has ugly women, or fans of boy bands, or people with those big plugs in their ears, or any number of other things. But those things aren't yours to control. The rest of the people in the country are going to be what they're going to be, and if they don't violate your rights, it's really none of your business what that is.
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    09-23-2022, 12:54 PM
    I do nothing at all, except enjoy myself at the new authentic Mexican restaurants popping up, and take advantage of the boon of the influx of cheap labor. And I also don't waste my time investigating their backgrounds. I let you waste your time on that. You're the one who cares about it. But here's what else I do. If I don't want Nicolas Maduro engaging in 5th generation warfare against the US. I don't instigate that by engaging in 5th generation warfare against him first and putting him in a position where he's left with no choice but to retaliate. I call a truce. I say to Maduro, "Look, the US did wrong things to you. I admit it, and to the extent that I had anything to do with it, I apologize. We're going to stop that now. We're going to leave you alone, and ask that you leave us alone in return." You might find that his incentive to mix bad people in with the good people that we are actively removing from his country for the sole purpose of hurting him would disappear the moment we stop actively removing those good people. The American people don't want to be in a 5th generation war with Venezueala, or any other kind of war with them. The angels that you call "duly elected representatives of the people, authorized by the people that elected them" didn't start that war in service of our interests. They started it in the interests of certain special interest groups who fund their campaigns at higher levels than we could if we wanted to.
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    09-23-2022, 12:47 PM
    "Should not have been here" according to make believe laws and your own personal preferences. But we also see native citizens suffering some violent atrocity at the hands of other native citizens. And then it's fair to use force to punish or prevent that, whether the criminal be a native citizen or someone whom you think should not have been here. This does not extend out to using force against other people who are not committing those crimes.
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    09-23-2022, 12:03 PM
    Your argument seems to be that because some wrong thing is done to one group of people, we should support doing that same wrong thing to another group of people in order to make it more fair. Is that a fair statement of your position?
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    09-23-2022, 11:27 AM
    If "invaders" refers to people engaged in violent acts with victims, then sure. But not just for peaceful people whose only crime is the victimless make believe crime of crossing a border without jumping through the hoops some politicians made up. And if you ask how they're supposed to tell the peaceful ones from the violent ones, then the answer is by the same due process that needs to be applied to people who are already here when they're accused of any crime. They can't just engage in some kind of pre-crime enforcement or assume that people they see are guilty until proven innocent.
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    09-23-2022, 10:24 AM
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to acptulsa again."
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    09-23-2022, 07:54 AM
    We can't undo what's done. But we can cut our losses. I've heard that accusation before. "Your solution is doing nothing!" That's what the statists always say about every issue. In their minds, the notion of any progress ever being made that is not under the direction of the government just doesn't register. To them, you either want the government to solve a problem, or you are on the side of the enemy. I won't waste time answering something as obviously wrong as that beyond saying that my solution is to prefer not making the problem worse over making it worse.
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    09-23-2022, 07:13 AM
    Why is Maduro doing this? Because he hates us for our freedoms? Because he's just plain evil? Because he's a totally irrational lunatic? Because he wants to go to war against the most powerful military in the world? Or is it because over many years the US has intervened in his country, making him like a cornered animal with no recourse left but to attack? Our government refuses to recognize Maduro as Venezuela's president. It actively supported a coup against his predecessor. It has imposed a variety of economic sanctions on his country. It has facilitated the active evacuation from his country of literally millions of people (out of a total population of under 30 million). There Maduro sits watching us remove from him the resources of his best people, and he decides, "Well, if they're going to do that, I might as well send some of the not-my-best-people along too, and make them America's problem to have to pay for and deal with instead of mine, since they're the reason I don't have the funds to imprison them." His action is actually rational, and even defensible, given his circumstances.
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    09-23-2022, 06:48 AM
    I agree with you. On the other hand, I would retort that the government is actually in a uniquely bad position, rather than good, due to multiple reasons, and that this extreme fraud is symptomatic of those weaknesses of using government as your middle man to help the poor. If this helps disabuse people of the notion that it's better to go through the government to help those in need than other organizations, then there's a silver lining there.
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    09-23-2022, 06:27 AM
    This is true. But does the fact that it was fraudulent make it any more "looting" and "theft" than it would have been if it were only given to people who jumped through the right hoops and didn't lie in the government forms they filled out?
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    09-23-2022, 06:13 AM
    Recorded in the system using what? SSN? Driver's License? Birth certificate? In other words, records that you can just stop using and claim not to have? Granted, if they have your finger prints or DNA, that's a different story. And maybe they have facial recognition stuff now that adds another more difficult to avoid layer. But even all these things can be gotten around. That is, if someone honestly believes that they would be better off living the life of an undocumented immigrant. But for all the griping about all their alleged unfair advantages, nobody really believes that.
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    09-22-2022, 03:40 PM
    I don't see why not.
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