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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #30 on: Yesterday at 09:05:26 PM »
Nope, this is the electorate shaking off the eatablishment. It is a good thing. Trump is kinda like a bad car wreck. People can't look away.....for now. He WILL fade away. He cannot get away with the caliber of anawers he is giving. Wait and see.

No doubt from the beginning he will not be the Repub candidate. That's not the problem. Third party is, and he's getting all the encouragement needed to go third party once the real Repubs come to the surface. He will "fade away" into  that third party which guarantees a Dem in the White House. Fools playing a fool's game- getting what they deserve.

And if Trump didn't run, we would probably get a Jeb or Rubio or Christie.  Which is the same as a Dem in the White House.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #31 on: Yesterday at 09:06:18 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Rand won't run third party.  But I might write him in, if we get an establishment Repub on the ticket.  Establishment Repub = Democrat.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #32 on: Yesterday at 09:10:17 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Any third party candidate even remotely from the right (or considered so) fails miserably as a candidate, but assures a Dem stays in the White House. Trump's larger than life ego is growing daily. The attention he gets spells doom for the Repubs.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #33 on: Yesterday at 09:20:19 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Any third party candidate even remotely from the right (or considered so) fails miserably as a candidate, but assures a Dem stays in the White House. Trump's larger than life ego is growing daily. The attention he gets spells doom for the Repubs.

It's too early to get up in arms about this.  Besides, Jesus is in control.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #34 on: Yesterday at 09:23:40 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Any third party candidate even remotely from the right (or considered so) fails miserably as a candidate, but assures a Dem stays in the White House. Trump's larger than life ego is growing daily. The attention he gets spells doom for the Repubs.

It's too early to get up in arms about this.  Besides, Jesus is in control.

Jesus will not be on the ballot. And no, it's not too early. Trump already thinks he has something to offer and will be in to the end- including the use of a third party.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #35 on: Yesterday at 09:38:02 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Any third party candidate even remotely from the right (or considered so) fails miserably as a candidate, but assures a Dem stays in the White House. Trump's larger than life ego is growing daily. The attention he gets spells doom for the Repubs.

It's too early to get up in arms about this.  Besides, Jesus is in control.

Jesus will not be on the ballot. And no, it's not too early. Trump already thinks he has something to offer and will be in to the end- including the use of a third party.

You are right, Jesus is not on the ballot.  Calm down.  Jesus is still in control. 

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4 “I tell you, my friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body and after that can do no more. 5 But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him. 6 Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. 7 Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #36 on: Yesterday at 09:42:26 PM »
Could be a Rand third party.

I think Trump would only go third party if he per eives that he is not being treated fairly. This whole phenomenon is not Trump fever, but people kinking the establishment in the butt. Trump will fail miserably as a thirds party candidate, because he will have eventually failed as a GOP candidate.

Any third party candidate even remotely from the right (or considered so) fails miserably as a candidate, but assures a Dem stays in the White House. Trump's larger than life ego is growing daily. The attention he gets spells doom for the Repubs.

It's too early to get up in arms about this.  Besides, Jesus is in control.

Jesus will not be on the ballot. And no, it's not too early. Trump already thinks he has something to offer and will be in to the end- including the use of a third party.

You are right, Jesus is not on the ballot.  Calm down.  Jesus is still in control. 

Luke 12

4 “I tell you, my friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body and after that can do no more. 5 But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him. 6 Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. 7 Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.


I am very calm. My time here is short. I have no fear and know full well Christ is in charge. What I do have is great concern for this country and for all that will be here long after I am gone.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #37 on: Yesterday at 10:03:46 PM »
My time could be short, I don't know, but based upon average life expectancy, I have a fair amount of years left.

I have learned this past year through a series of unfortunate events, not caused by my action, but affecting me deeply, that I have little control over even my own life.

I share your concern, I will do what I believe is best in the primary, and after that it is out of my control.

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« Reply #38 on: Yesterday at 10:10:01 PM »
To me it is funny that Trump is showing that the establishment GOP has no control over his popularity and that Mr snooze, Jeb the darling of the establishment is at a whopping 7%. No Virginia, the establishment GOP is NOT in control and they can't do a darned thing about it.

Jaime no one controls anyones else's popularity...  the popularity in this case is given by the masses who as you say are angry and feel that supporting this buffoon is the right thing to do.  since they can not speak to Mexicans like trump can because he has body guards they relish in him as proxy...  that seems dangerous to me... 

and I will have to admit that jeb is not a good candidate either because ego is fueling his run I believe as being the third bush to go to the white house...  and come to think of it the election of bush the second time was a hint that this was coming not to mention Obama's reelection...

when the Mexican vote puts hilgal in office next year there will be a great probability that there will be violence against the Hispanic people in America by out fanatical right wingers.  they will take it out on them when it is their leadership that should be explaining the consequences of trump stirring the pot so to speak... 

trump aint the anti Christ but I believe that satan is using him to set the atmosphere for his coming.  nothing good is going to come out of this election years unless there is a drastic and swift change of direction.  the more that trump spews out his inflammatory (straight talk) the more emboldened the right will become as they see no hope.  no hope is being given only passions inflamed...

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #39 on: Yesterday at 10:12:58 PM »
To me it is funny that Trump is showing that the establishment GOP has no control over his popularity and that Mr snooze, Jeb the darling of the establishment is at a whopping 7%. No Virginia, the establishment GOP is NOT in control and they can't do a darned thing about it.

Jaime no one controls anyones else's popularity...  the popularity in this case is given by the masses who as you say are angry and feel that supporting this buffoon is the right thing to do.  since they can not speak to Mexicans like trump can because he has body guards they relish in him as proxy...  that seems dangerous to me... 

and I will have to admit that jeb is not a good candidate either because ego is fueling his run I believe as being the third bush to go to the white house...  and come to think of it the election of bush the second time was a hint that this was coming not to mention Obama's reelection...

when the Mexican vote puts hilgal in office next year there will be a great probability that there will be violence against the Hispanic people in America by out fanatical right wingers.  they will take it out on them when it is their leadership that should be explaining the consequences of trump stirring the pot so to speak... 

trump aint the anti Christ but I believe that satan is using him to set the atmosphere for his coming.  nothing good is going to come out of this election years unless there is a drastic and swift change of direction.  the more that trump spews out his inflammatory (straight talk) the more emboldened the right will become as they see no hope.  no hope is being given only passions inflamed...

violence against hispanic people by fanatical right wingers because hillary is elected?   rofl

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #40 on: Yesterday at 10:13:31 PM »
I posted something earlier but the site was glitching...

I'm curious the way you wrote that, Crow.

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    he turns it wherever he will.

The Lord is still very much in control of things. No matter who ends up on the ballet (which I do have a small hope it's Trump just to send a message to DC), I don't see them causing the Lord to deviate from His Will for this nation... or rather against it. I am of the opinion that the next President may very well be the final one before things take place that cause a great shake on the nation, but it's speculation really...

I had a small optimism towards Ben Carson, but after little research that optimism was shot, so at this point I'm simply at the observe-and-learn stage when it comes to the 2016 Presidential Race.

We have to remember that His people are of another Nation. As long as it continues to acknowledge homosexual marriage, endorse liberal ideologies and political correctness, and continues legally allowing the murder of millions of infants in a grand holocaust, there's no way this nation is going to escape a great upheaval...

So yeah, Jesus is in control. His authority over this nation isn't nullified by a President-elect or a political sway.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #41 on: Yesterday at 10:14:54 PM »
Doing what we feel is right is the best any of us can ever do, TC. Problem arises when- if it's as Jaime is saying and folks are just barking up the Trump tree in short term protest- we aren't trying to do what we think is right, but are just being "anti" for the short term buzz it provides. Issues are too big, outcome too important for silliness this time around.

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« Reply #42 on: Yesterday at 10:17:45 PM »
Doing what we feel is right is the best any of us can ever do, TC. Problem arises when- if it's as Jaime is saying and folks are just barking up the Trump tree in short term protest- we aren't trying to do what we think is right, but are just being "anti" for the short term buzz it provides. Issues are too big, outcome too important for silliness this time around.

We allow and encourage ignorant people to vote.  Not much you can do about that.

I think most people, including a lot of Trump supporters want to be told lies.  The truth is a bitter pill.

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Re: Can we deport 11 million ilegals ?
« Reply #43 on: Yesterday at 10:58:44 PM »
Jesus will not be on the ballot. And no, it's not too early. Trump already thinks he has something to offer and will be in to the end- including the use of a third party.
A third-party candidate winning or even coming in second would be a major step forward.  The 2-party system is defunct and needs to die already.

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« Reply #44 on: Today at 12:29:47 AM »
To me it is funny that Trump is showing that the establishment GOP has no control over his popularity and that Mr snooze, Jeb the darling of the establishment is at a whopping 7%. No Virginia, the establishment GOP is NOT in control and they can't do a darned thing about it.

Jaime no one controls anyones else's popularity...  the popularity in this case is given by the masses who as you say are angry and feel that supporting this buffoon is the right thing to do.  since they can not speak to Mexicans like trump can because he has body guards they relish in him as proxy...  that seems dangerous to me... 

and I will have to admit that jeb is not a good candidate either because ego is fueling his run I believe as being the third bush to go to the white house...  and come to think of it the election of bush the second time was a hint that this was coming not to mention Obama's reelection...

when the Mexican vote puts hilgal in office next year there will be a great probability that there will be violence against the Hispanic people in America by out fanatical right wingers.  they will take it out on them when it is their leadership that should be explaining the consequences of trump stirring the pot so to speak... 

trump aint the anti Christ but I believe that satan is using him to set the atmosphere for his coming.  nothing good is going to come out of this election years unless there is a drastic and swift change of direction.  the more that trump spews out his inflammatory (straight talk) the more emboldened the right will become as they see no hope.  no hope is being given only passions inflamed...

violence against hispanic people by fanatical right wingers because hillary is elected?   rofl

not just that, they will need a target for their frustrations and trump has given it to them...  these are the people who are showing up in big numbers to hear this jerk say all kinds of stupid stuff that they say is what should be said by elected officials... 

just for a moment...  I suspect that a vast majority of those who are showing up for trump feel that they can get him elected.  they are not the ones who are saying let the gop establishment feel a little heat.  these guys are serious...  I hear some of them talking...  they are thinking they can get him in and the Mexicans are gone and then we can really get to it... 

of course it is a snow balls chance in hades that the Mexican vote won't knock out even a moderate goper...  but these people are now blind to that and just love the song trump is singing...  they have a rude awakening more than likely...