Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Texas Just SLAMMED Obama By Passing Toughest Border Security Bill In America

 Right Photo: Breitbart Texas/Lana Shadwick

 

Again, I will say HELL YEAH TEXAS! Why? Texas takes care of business time and time again! This is huge.


As we all know, Obama has created an immigration crisis unlike any other. He has intentionally weakened our southern border to bring in Democratic voters as well as for other destructive reasons. It’s all a part of the big plan to bring down America. That is what he wants and he is doing one hell of a job!

Obama’s illegal amnesty has caused complete chaos for Texas and Governor Abbott has had enough! 

LANA SHADWICK at Breitbart reports: 

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24 comments:

  1. YES! Finally, someone who will stand up and do the right thing. I am impressed
    with Gov. Abbott and other laws he has passed.

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  2. Donald Trump stated that if he was elected P, he would build a wall on the border
    and make Mexico pay for it. He says he will tax everything coming into this
    country from Mexico. He also said that Mexico was the other China and they
    don't like America.
    Abbott would make an excellent president. All we seem to get is the same old,
    same old whores for corporations which includes big banks.

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    1. ll we seem to get is the same old, same old whores for corporations which includes big banks.

      Really.

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  3. Well done Texas! Maybe our sister southern states could kick-out the neenkepoop scalawags and pass similar legislation

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  4. Wonder if we'll see the other states sue TX for forcing them to deal with the illegals that are going around TX now...

    Also "seeks reimbursement from the federal government for Texas funds spent on border issues"
    Nope - that makes TX DC's bitch. They would have had something had they not sought national taxpayer funds.

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    1. They would have had something had they not sought national taxpayer funds.

      But I see their point since the federal government is responsible for the border.

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  5. Come and Take It.

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  6. Remember, this is the same governor that rejected the SCV emblem on the Texas vanity plates. Let's not make him president yet.

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    1. I don't remeber, so it happened under this governor? How did he get involved? Thanks.

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    2. I do remember. The 5th Circuit ruled that Texas must allow the SCV logo. "But, in an Aug. 7 filing, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s office asked the Supreme Court to take up the issue, arguing that the 5th Circuit ruling needed the high court’s clarification. Sons of Confederate Veterans has until October to respond, the Dallas Morning reports."

      http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/govbeat/wp/2014/09/02/texas-wants-u-s-supreme-court-to-help-it-block-confederate-license-plates/

      I voted for him but there's a few red-marks in his history that we should not forget.

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    3. Thanks and I don't know how they got away with it. They didn't in NC.

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    4. Rick Perry was governor and he was against it, as well. Rick is a compatriot in the SCV, but he is running for president. He got rid of his boots and started wearing slippers, too. And he got some coaching and lost his Texas accent.

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    5. That's all I need to know about him to X him off. Thanks.

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    6. That ruling on the SCV-logo on the Texas vanity plates is due this month.

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    7. Oh, it hasn't been decided. Good.

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    8. You'll know if the SCV-logo is allowed on Texas plates. You will hear an insane rant from Shelia Jackson Lee.

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  7. I'm sure that the DOJ under Lynch, will be taking Texas to court over this.

    I just hope that Texas tells 'em to GO TO HELL!

    Bob
    III

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  8. It's about time for the red states to have the second secession and see how well the blue states would do at forcing us back into the "union". If you consider that, should that happen, very likely the rural areas of the blue states (western NY, southern IN and IL, eastern WA, northern CA, for example) would likely break ties and join the red states I think it would be over in a few days. The problem is there are very few real men left in this former "land of the free and home of the brave". CH

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    1. there are very few real men left in this former "land of the free and home of the brave"

      A fading memory.

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