If you're not Native American, you need to go back where your ancestors came from because immigrants tyrannically invaded and took over their lands.
I suppose it's also anecdotal that no one from any of the countries under the ban has killed American citizens, but the vast majority of terrorist attacks in this country since 9/11 have been by American citizens. It's also anecdotal you are more likely to be killed by a car than killed by a terrorist.
You are defending authoritarianism, plain and simple, because you're irrationally frightened. This is not going to make any of us safer, and it's tragic you think it will.
Throwing around anecdotal evidence of those who are legitimate refugees (children) to support your straw man argument glaringly overlooks that terrorists have already infiltrated the west blending in with refugees. The attacks in Paris proved that. A 90 day temporarily ban to reassess the current vetting system seem reasonable.
Name calling those who are legitimately concerned about the safety of all Americans cowards, is not only pathetic but indicates you'd happily sacrifice American lives on the altar of political correctness.
Land of the free, home of the brave.
This is what Trump is protecting us from:
Cowards, all of you who support this.
Not that facts matter to Trump or his supporters: http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/st…
Obama went through the proper legal channels as well and consulted with the State Department and DHS on carrying out the order, which, if you take five minutes to research it, is not the same as Trump's decree at all.
To Trump supporters, I ask this: Even if you agree with the ban, how can you support the way it is being carried out? We just heard for eight years how executive orders are the sign of a dictator. Or does that only apply when black presidents who are Democrats sign them?
This ban is the brainchild of a self-proclaimed white nationalist (Bannon) who went on record saying the wanted to destroy the state by sewing chaos. It was not vetted by Trump's legal team, DHS, or the State Department. No one on the administration is on the same page, and now Trump and Bannon are working to silence the dissenters. That is not democracy. That is fascism. You cannot possibly claim to love this country and what it stands for and support these dangerous men.
Dan, everybody is welcome to their opinion of food quality, but for you to state that a first-generation Mexican immigrant "hasn't a clue what real Mex is..." is just too ignorant to put aside. Have you even met him?
Great shots, love the light on Catherine Moye (oyster harvesting). The shot of Ray Fischer is excellent as well. Enjoyable article and I understand the pressure to be spontaneously creative. -Ferrell McCollough
They protested at the Charleston Holocaust Memorial, dedicated to Jews who died in the Holocaust, in support of a temporary ban, to protect all Americans, on the influx of "immigrants / refugees" from seven failed state / terrorist supporting nations who regularly exterminate Jews, plan and execute the destruction of Israel and will not ever acknowledge the exist of the Jewish state.
The hypocrisy is thick but I doubt if any of them could even understand that.
There was no travel ban in place before Saturday. Those seven countries were not on the visa waiver list (the setup that allows me to travel to, say, France with only a passport but no visa, and vice-versa) but there was no ban. The level of vetting is high, raised by President Obama in response to a specific incident in which militant bomb makers had evaded the screen. If you're talking refugees, the process is incredibly long and the refugees themselves cannot determine the country they go to.
Perhaps if our President Trump would be specific about what portion of the vetting is insufficient, and what reason already-legal-resident Green-Card holders should be banned from the country, and why the entire refugee program for anyplace in the world is suspended, people might not have an issue with it. But our President isn't, so we do.
If venues would enforce for buyers to actually use their tickets...like by photo ID, the second hand market could never exist to begin with. The idea that consumers create this market because they buy tickets from them is ridiculous. The second hand market only exists because venues allow it to.
The countries listed in the ban were already under restrictive measures and subject to a travel ban by the Obama administration. The biggest gripe about Bush was he didn't keep us safe on 9/11. This country is now at war with Islamic terrorists with a post 9/11 mentality. Finally we have a president taking action to protect all Americans from potential terrorism from failed states and/or those that promote terrorism, and you're have an issue with this?
Trump is going to keep us safe by keeping the evil Muslims out of the country, except for the ones where trump has business ties, of course. Trump is using personal interests to guide his diplomatic policy. So it is OK for a Muslim from Egypt, Saudi Arabia (9/11 terrorist source), Turkey, Jordan or Oman because that travel WILL affect Trump's business. http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/29/politics/how…
Weren't the 9/11 terrorists from Saudi Arabia - a country not included in Trump's ban?
I highly disagree that terrorists of any religious denomination are "adherents" to the religion. Rather I'd say they are the exceptions.
hmmm, sounds like you're talking about the President
Great, hopefully she will do exactly for the UN what she did for the fabulous roads here in SC. Especially the upstate and 26. Take those names Tricky.
If your looking for a true ethnic food delight Stellas is a must . Being Greek myself it's been along time since I've tasted real Greek home cooking. Can't wait to go back. Love it. B
And then??? What about the actual cat experience? Did you even pet a pussy??? How is this not included in this write-up?
Somehow that picture looks like it should be on a Frat-house wall in Animal House
hmmm, speed dating at a cat cafe... proper dress code is a cardigan sweater?
What a bummer way to review an awesome place, welcoming staff and happy kitties! Also, providing a social service!! They even have a Speed Dating night which you didn't include. The included drink is coffee, tea, beer or wine - and being honest, eating is not the point of going to a cat cafe. I'm not sure you were the best "animal lover" to choose to review the place - the point is it's a novelty, its FUN and the girls are doing a great job managing demand with their online reservation system.
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