Michael Ramirez for December 06, 2023

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    hoot1  6 months ago
    MR…Wotthehell? It’s up to congress to pass immigration laws, and they have benefitted from not doing so, so they can always blame the other side for the mess. Wrongful tooning at several levels. Inapt and inaccurate.
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    baroden Premium Member 6 months ago

    Well, the President doesn’t pass the laws or even propose legislation. Congress can do that ANY time it wants to.

    Second, tell me what the ACTUAL problem is? Or is it just that the ilk you’re supporting can’t stand the Christian responsibility of charity. You know, the part of the Bible where Jesus tells wealthy people they’re responsible for sharing their wealth with those less fortunate.

    Or, are you one of those folks that believe Jesus was too libtardy?

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    Sun  6 months ago

    Joe Biden took the time to visit Arizona on Thursday, Sept. 28 only to avoid and ignore his border crisis.

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    billopfer Premium Member 6 months ago

    The qthuglican myth of open borders is just another one of their many lies. Ramirez knows better but is just filthy qthuglican liar.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  6 months ago

    Unlike republican

    Who will shoot a bullet through every immigrant

    Welcome to America!!!!

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    Ontman  6 months ago

    Biden is at fault for that and that and that and that and that…..

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I seem to remember Bush the elder trying to pass immigration reform with Republicans controlling Congress and failed.

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    The Nodding Head  6 months ago

    If you keep repeating a lie, people — many of them — will believe it. Sad to see the sometimes-insightful Ramirez joining the purveyors.

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    Jack7528  6 months ago

    It is a problem. A lot of those migrants will not be voting Democrat they hate socialism so much and they think the Dems are socialists.

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    JamieLee Premium Member 6 months ago

    I may be confused, but wasn’t there some talk in prior years about Mexico paying for the U.S. to build a wall so that all of the immigrants would stay in Mexico? If it didn’t get built, how is that President Biden’s fault?

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    The problem is Congress. They continue fail to set down the law.

    So Bush writes Executuve Orders one way. Then Obama the other. Then Trump. Then Biden.

    You see a pattern here? There is no stability. There is nothing we can count on.

    This is a problem the White House can’t fix.

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    DC Swamp  6 months ago

    This is not a problem for the Biden regime, it’s obvious they want as many immigrants here as possible. They think long-term, the children of these immigrants born here will be American citizens, hence future Democratic voters. Democrats need a steady base of government dependent voters.

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    Silenced Victim Premium Member 6 months ago

    Google search “Relativizing Discipline” and check out Mike Gonzalez’s “The Plot to Change America” to see some related problems.

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    nancywilson51  6 months ago

    Apparently I missed something—what o the bottles and plastic cups have to do with charity. I see Ramirez suggesting Biden is a drunk—which is inexplicably ridiculous!

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    davidthoms1  6 months ago

    I’ll repeat the punch line; what problem? Hardworking refugees who want to build a better life for their families are exactly what has made our country great! The scare mongering politicians who lie for elections, are poring the phantom menace with a deluge of lies down the throats of the cowardly voters. Unfortunately their are lots of gullible, cowardly voters!

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    ChristopherBurns  6 months ago

    We do not have open borders, as evidenced by the hundreds of thousands of people apprehended trying to cross the border illegally. Logic is not Ramirez’s strength, or he’s just a liar.

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    Lying traitor anti democracy Ele Fink IS the problem.

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    Remember when mentally ill republican insurrectionist Steve Bannon stole the wall money?

    Top former Trump strategist Steve Bannon has been charged in New York with money laundering, conspiracy and scheme to defraud in connection with his role in a fundraising effort to privately underwrite the construction of the US-Mexico border wall, according to the indictment unsealed on Thursday.

    The indictment includes two counts of money laundering in the second degree and conspiracy in the fourth degree. Bannon surrendered himself to the Manhattan district attorney’s office after being told in recent days that charges were imminent, sources familiar with the matter said.

    Bannon is facing charges that he siphoned off more than $1m from the “We Build the Wall” fundraising effort that promised to send all proceeds towards underwriting the completion of the US-Mexico border wall to enrich himself and his associates, the 22-page indictment said.

    The wife beating lying republican creep hasn’t gone to jail yet.

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    ncorgbl  6 months ago

    The border was closed January 20, 2021. Republicans in congress refuse to support any border reforms.

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    piper_gilbert  6 months ago

    Need to talk to the Trump addicts in Congress. Admit you have a problem, and pass some legislation. America is waiting.

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    Another Take  6 months ago

    A Solo Cup problem?

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    flpmlp  6 months ago

    And there are some that use the name of my Savior, Jesus, to try to make a political point!

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    charliekane  6 months ago

    How ‘bout that orange booger sugar you keeps snortin’, Phunty?

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    Al Fresco  6 months ago

    Cue Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup.”

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    Free Radical  6 months ago

    Never heard Joe Biden or any Democrat scream to the world that we have “open borders”. That is the mantra of the extremist right wing politicians in our own government, what did you expect would happen?

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    Biden ROASTED Trump.

    “He didn’t show up at my inauguration, which I can’t say was a disappointment. My guess is he won’t show up at my next inauguration.”

    - President Joe Biden

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    braindead Premium Member 6 months ago

    Once again:

    Republicans want to CLOSE THE BORDER!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Except they don’t.

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    They have NO policy or policies they have proposed or passed (Republicans control the House). NONE.

    When Trump was elected, they proposed NO legislation.

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    Instead, they constantly scream that the border is OPEN whenever a Democrat is president, and claim it’s all under control when a Republican is president. (It’s OKAY If A Republican Does It). They do not pass, or even propose legislation. The ONLY solution they believe in, is The Wall, that they believe Mexico will pay for.

    It is again, government by bumper sticker.

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    What they DO, is to hire illegals at all levels of business, AND invoke massive amounts of H-1B visas, and other H-1 visas to import ‘legals’ who nobody tracks.

    Their ‘analysis’ consists solely of tracking crimes committed by illegals and screaming that none of that would have happened without the porous border.

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    dlw54650 Premium Member 6 months ago

    President Biden submitted a proposal for immigration reform the day he came into office. The trouble is that neither the Senate nor the House of Representatives have even discussed it. Admittedly, the COVID pandemic was a crisis that needed immediate attention, but there have been calls for immigration reform for decades.

    It seems that members of Congress (especially “Republicans”) don’t want to solve the problem, because it would be one less issue they could complain about when campaigning. They would rather go around arguing and pounding their fists, than actually do the work they are elected to do. That’s why most of them blocked any real discussion of immigration reform.

    Immigration reform requires nuanced and thoughtful legislation to address the problems currently occurring. Given the number of low-quality people currently elected to both the Senate and the House of Representatives, I doubt very much whether the current Congress is capable of drafting, let alone passing that kind of legislation.

    This is not a presidential problem; this is a congressional problem. Vote for better quality representation.

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    FJB  Premium Member 6 months ago

    12,000 people crossed the border on Tuesday, a new record. Keep telling us that there is no problem, and you’ll look like the lunatic we all know you are! And gee, who is going to pay for the services they demand? Great Job, Biden. You SUCK!

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    tpcox928  6 months ago

    Inconvenient Truth: In 2014 a bi-partisan group of legislators crafted a comprehensive immigration reform bill that Obama said he would sign. The GOP then backed out of legislation IT HAD CRAFTED because: 1. Its base said it would primary them out for cooperating with Obama (AKA that “smart all Black guy”); and, consultants advised them that, as the GOP only has two ideas (lower taxes, blow up the deficit; and, eliminate regulation (on banks, railroads, clean water, clear air, etc.) it need cultural issues to campaign on or it would have nothing to campaign on.

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    MC4802 Premium Member 6 months ago

    @Ramireztoons – your comment to like ratio is off the charts in a bad way. I agree with @baroden on all points.

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    turkeycreekacres Premium Member 6 months ago

    My folks came into this country legally. They were poorer than church mice. Stop the open border policy,

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