Doug,

I re-read the links. I had the Authors backward.

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Cavepainter 5 years 27 weeks ago
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All this hogwash about costs too high for forcing back (not sending back) all the illegal aliens; they came on their own, why not expect them to return on their own? All that is required is an executive ultimatum from the President that all persons here illegally have three months to sell everything they can't take with them and be gone. Those not meeting the deadline will be hunted down, be stripped of all of value for auction sale to pay deportation expenses, then unceremoniously booted out of the country. The ultimatum to have attached threat of embargos and sanctions against any nation refusing to accept back their citizens being deported from our borders.

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babbaramma 5 years 27 weeks ago
#2

ok

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