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Right now, all I need is a pic of Estaban from Guatemala sitting in Shaniqua's living room. Smile



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I am sure the residents of Grosse Point and Bloomfield Hills wil welcome them with open arms.
Oh, no need to go that far afield to look for residents that could take in the migrants. There are plenty of very large homes in Detroit's beautiful Sherwood Forest, Palmer Woods, and Green Acres subdivisions Big Grin




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I am sure the residents of Grosse Point and Bloomfield Hills wil welcome them with open arms.
Oh, no need to go that far afield to look for residents that could take in the migrants. There are plenty of very large homes in Detroit's beautiful Sherwood Forest, Palmer Woods, and Green Acres subdivisions Big Grin


I hear the Manoogian Mansion is a nice place too… And it’s close to the water so the Somali pirates can keep their skills up on Lake St. Clair….

For those wondering, that is the official city owned residence of the Mayor of Detroit. One of the perks of the job.

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The Manoogian Mansion has Mediterranean Revival-Spanish Colonial Revival Style architecture with a Mission Revival Style influence including a terra-cotta tile roof. It has approximately 4,000 square feet (370 m2). The physical layout of the house is dominated by walls of windows – bowed windows, arched windows, leaded windows – that let light stream in and open onto views of the grounds and the Detroit River. The downstairs contains three sunrooms facing south and the river. There are 15 rooms in all, including a large living room, library, kitchen and two dining rooms: a formal room and a more casual one that overlooks the river. It has four bedrooms, plus two small bedrooms for servants. There are three full baths, a servants' bath and two half-baths.[3] The Berry Historic Subdivision Historic District has the former homes of several prominent Detroit residents, including John and Frederic Ford, Arthur Clamage, and John Kay of Wright-Kay Jewelers. Notable architects who designed for the subdivision included John M. Donaldson and Henry J. Meier, A. C. Varney, Roland Geis and Robert O. Derrick

And I’m fifty miles out of the city.


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At 4000 sq. ft. they could get 2000 of them in there and they would feel as at home as if they were back in sanloois nabisco or whatever southern paradise they swam out of.


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This may finally be the catalyst for a lot of these blindly-voting-Democrat people to wake up and see what’s really going on.


Not bloody likely.



I wouldn’t be so sure of that. People DO reach their breaking point and this is starting to feel like it’s going that way.

Have you not seen any of these clips at these town halls where people there are openly saying they wished Trump was back in office?

It feels different this time, the Democrats are going too far as usual, they don’t know when to stop. It’s their fatal flaw


 
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Back in the mid 70's I managed an auto parts store in the 7 mile and Livernois area of Detroit, across the street from Sherwood Forest. Those are some very big homes and perfect for the migrants. Those people that take in the migrants probably don't realize it but they are going to be in for the long haul.
 
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Once you take a migrant in, what if he will not leave? What if he establishes residency? What is the process for eviction then? This is a tangled web.



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I love how 'activists' are great at telling people what to do, but rarely do it themselves.

How many of these 'activists' are giving up 20-50% of their income to feed these illegal imm..... undocumented migrants?

Just like all of the 'no oil' activists who have totally divested themselves of anything that is a product of oil or oil byproducts, and of course abstain from the use of electricity or equipment requiring any type of lubrication.

Activists are a joke for the most part in my opinion. Lead by exclamation and not example.




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All around, it’s difficult, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen and what the solution is.

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All around, it’s difficult, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen and what the solution is.

deportation


Extermination.................


Come on now….



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All around, it’s difficult, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen and what the solution is.

deportation

Trail of Tears style. Like a cattle drive to the border.



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All around, it’s difficult, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen and what the solution is.

deportation


Extermination.................


Come on now….


Apologies to all...............my frustration with this situation and other personal events got to me----I can and will do better


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All around, it’s difficult, and I’m not sure what’s going to happen and what the solution is.

deportation


Extermination.................


Come on now….


Apologies to all...............my frustration with this situation and other personal events got to me----I can and will do better


I did the same thing about Palestinians. I understand the anger. But parabellum had/has a better more sober take. I made the same correction. One of the reasons this forum is edifying. Party on.



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I kind it like the idea of a cattle drive. They walked here. They can walk back.
 
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I no longer feel the need to even try to get along with any dims, especially the ones who still support dementia joe. He truly is guilty of treason for making this happen. They are all hypocrites and need to be dealt with.


My wife and I feel the same, but isn’t that what they are striving for a division of the masses.
I can’t tolerate them anymore. We have pushed away those who just fall for the line of BS they have been fed.


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It feels different this time, the Democrats are going too far as usual, they don’t know when to stop. It’s their fatal flaw


I think they know exactly what they're doing, which is to push the country past the breaking point. It is their plan. Break it down so it can be rebuilt by them (the enlightened elites). They are very mistaken that they will retain power and wealth in the New Progressive America they believe will emerge. Yet it remains the strategy of the very powerful who can drive policy.

Most of the followers are Useful Idiots who believe the propaganda. Hopefully they will become awakened enough by reality to reject their leadership in the next election.
 
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I kind it like the idea of a cattle drive. They walked here. They can walk back.



I think this is a partially viable idea. I believe the US should build some large work camps, and then it should be announced that there are two options. You either find your way back to where you came from, OR you can report to a work camp to earn your citizenship, OR you can do neither, get caught, and spend 3 times as long at the work camp to earn your right to be here.


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...OR you can report to a work camp to earn your citizenship...

NO! No citizenship for anybody who displays wanton disregard for the laws of the country as their first act in this country!

Stupidly saying that Cho Bidung said it was OK is not justification, and then there's the old saying, "Ignorance of the Law is no excuse."

The AG, I think, of Texas said early this year or late last year that he estimates the total number of illegal aliens in the US to be some 60 million, or approximately 1/6th of the total population.

On a lighter note, years ago a friend told me about a dream he had, the entire John Wayne movie "Red River", but instead of cattle, they were driving chickens. Cool Doing it for real with illegal aliens headed south sounds like fun.


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