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Valuist
02-05-2018, 01:02 PM
If this accident happened in California, the public would be behind the illegal immigrant. In Indiana, it will play out much differently.

https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2018/02/05/driver-accused-killing-colts-player-edwin-jackson-undocumented-immigrant-has-been-deported-twice/306779002/

JustRalph
02-05-2018, 04:57 PM
How long do we put up with this shit

Tom
02-05-2018, 07:43 PM
As long as we keep electing the scum of the earth to office, like Schumer, Pelose......disgraces to America.

PaceAdvantage
02-06-2018, 01:07 AM
Up is down in Bizarro America.

Inner Dirt
02-06-2018, 07:01 AM
Looks like that Edwin Jackson the Colt's player had some extremely back luck.
Connecting the dots it looks like he did the smart thing and called for a ride after having a few too many, as evidenced by the fact it was 4am and the Uber driver pulled to the shoulder because Jackson was getting sick. Then a drunk who did the dumb thing and gets behind the wheel kills them both without doing any harm to himself.

ponyplayerdotca
02-06-2018, 10:17 AM
I understand it isn't easy to keep tabs on all people in and out of the borders everyday (fake I.D., storytelling, ineffective border agents, etc.).

But how exactly does a foreigner who has been deported TWICE ever get back into the country? Not only successfully getting back in, but then able to live his daily life undetected for years on end, drive a car, and continue to harm other innocent people?

Inexplicable.

davew
02-06-2018, 11:12 AM
I understand it isn't easy to keep tabs on all people in and out of the borders everyday (fake I.D., storytelling, ineffective border agents, etc.).

But how exactly does a foreigner who has been deported TWICE ever get back into the country? Not only successfully getting back in, but then able to live his daily life undetected for years on end, drive a car, and continue to harm other innocent people?

Inexplicable.

They walk across the border at a location other than an approved border patrol crossing. How would they be detected when here? are the border patrol putting in RFID chips when they deport?

horses4courses
02-06-2018, 11:22 AM
A terrible tragedy, no doubt.

There's an ongoing one on a much bigger scale, though,
which is the thousands of people who die due to the
saturation of firearms in this country. Conservatives
are more concerned with the number of illegals here,
and the few who break laws, than they are with
ever doing anything about the root of the problem.

PaceAdvantage
02-06-2018, 12:28 PM
Saturation of firearms...:lol:

Marshall Bennett
02-06-2018, 01:29 PM
A terrible tragedy, no doubt.

There's an ongoing one on a much bigger scale, though,
which is the thousands of people who die due to the
saturation of firearms in this country. Conservatives
are more concerned with the number of illegals here,
and the few who break laws, than they are with
ever doing anything about the root of the problem.
You've truly lost your f**king mind. This rat bastard was drunk and used a truck, not a firearm. He's a product of a sanctuary city where he was protected instead of being sent back home for the 3rd time.
The tragedy is self explanatory. Illegals shouldn't live here and certainly not protected. How many other examples exist we don't know about. Only because he killed an NFL football player are we discussing anything.
Its one thing to be of the opposing party that wishes to look the other way, or even a far left liberal that opposes everything. Then there are mindless degenerates like yourself that have their heads up their ass so far they make no sense what so ever. :ThmbDown:

Inner Dirt
02-06-2018, 02:10 PM
A terrible tragedy, no doubt.

There's an ongoing one on a much bigger scale, though,
which is the thousands of people who die due to the
saturation of firearms in this country. Conservatives
are more concerned with the number of illegals here,
and the few who break laws, than they are with
ever doing anything about the root of the problem.

If you are blaming the gun for gun deaths, who are you blaming for this accident that claimed the lives of two innocent people? What is at fault here, the vehicle the illegal was driving or the alcohol he consumed? Pick one and explain your reasoning.

jocko699
02-06-2018, 02:33 PM
A terrible tragedy, no doubt.

There's an ongoing one on a much bigger scale, though,
which is the thousands of people who die due to the
saturation of firearms in this country. Conservatives
are more concerned with the number of illegals here,
and the few who break laws, than they are with
ever doing anything about the root of the problem.

OMFG!!!!!!!:bang::bang::bang:

zico20
02-06-2018, 02:55 PM
How about this illegal savage.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/02/06/illegal-immigrant-urinating-in-public-slashes-man-who-objected-cops-say.html

Valuist
02-14-2018, 07:31 PM
A terrible tragedy, no doubt.

There's an ongoing one on a much bigger scale, though,
which is the thousands of people who die due to the
saturation of firearms in this country. Conservatives
are more concerned with the number of illegals here,
and the few who break laws, than they are with
ever doing anything about the root of the problem.

Should we blame the obesity problem in this country on knives, forks and dishes? At some point, personal accountability matters.