The US President's Executive Order on Immigration

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  1. Prakash RnP profile image41
    Prakash RnPposted 7 years ago
    I think it's high time someone brought home to Mr President the brute and naked truth, as I view it, namely the fact that his silly policies that fail to win the seal of approval of the international community including America's indispensable allies ( such as the French, Brits, Germans, etc ) in America's war against terror are certain not only to hurt America's just interest but to ensure America's defeat in the war against terror as well.

    1. clivewilliams profile image72
      clivewilliamsposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Remember that Presidents are puppets. All of them. Look beyond the crust.

      1. Castlepaloma profile image77
        Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this


        1. Ewent profile image70
          Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          If you think Trump has EVER been anyone's puppet, you know all too little about this guy. I live in NJ. He has been in our Metro Media for over 3 decades. We know all of the dirty, slime ball details of this guy's life. Now, he thinks all of that can just be shoved under a rug. We all are what we have lived for most of our lives.

          Trump is a micro control freak. He doesn't really even trust his own siblings or his children. He is grossly insecure, egotistical and maniacal about controlling the world. Every action and every word he speaks proves that.

          His executive order on immigration was ill conceived because as always Trump pulls a trigger and then worries about who he killed. Course, he never admits he was the one with the gun in his hand or the one who pulled that trigger. That he will blame on the victim.

          Much has been written about the slime ball Trump. He has to sneak into NJ now in an unmarked helicopter for fear his grey TRUMP private helicopter would get lasered by any number of those he screwed over. No one wants to play on his North Jersey golf course for fear of being targeted as a Trump supporter. What does that tell you?

          1. Castlepaloma profile image77
            Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Trump has had enough freedom to stack the deck in his favour, the casino house always wins. Trump bragg's about his few billions now the house has stacked against him with secrets of 100s of $ trillions. Trump has to play in their house, he has not the smarts nor power to beat the bigger and stronger bully that his pass has shown he is in bed with. That make him the puppet for a change. Beside he is already 1000% behind Israel, the Zionist don't like traders, it's against the code of their evil empire. A Trump pirates ship of fools can't match it. Unless Trump's social security number is 007. He has already back down from unionizing me, so I doubt it.

    2. Ewent profile image70
      Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      The problem is that Trump is a CEO and operates on the "need to know" basis all CEOs do so their employees do not ever get facts they don't want known. However, Trump is going down the wrong road for one reason: He believes HE and ONLY HE has the right to make ALL decisions using only his family members and some of the most evil cronies to cross his path.

      It is a well known fact that Trump hung on every word of one other evil person, Roy Cohn, who died owing the US government over $1.2 million in unpaid taxes, not to mention the money he owed his own friends who "unfriended him" when he told them he didn't believe those were "loans" but "gifts.

      Trump knows one thing: Being the most unpredictable micro controller is to his advantage. He can sign off on dozens of "executive orders," leave the Republican Party out of the loop and if anyone DARES to question or dissent, he tweets like an endless bird chirping out hideously, childish, spiteful nonsense.

      Yet, he claims, whether it is valid or not, that this is what the "People" want. He's right. The RUSSIAN people love him and what he is doing to sell his own country down the river. That used to be known as TREASON under Article III of the US Constitution. But since Trump believes he is above the law, as he is currently proving by refusing to accept the decision of 2 federal judges that ruled that his deportation and immigration policies are "unconstitutional," his response is, "OH yeah? I'll put a Scalia type judge on the Supreme Court! I never lose." Wrong. He lost the minute he telephoned Putin to discuss "curbing cyber attacks." We know what he will do next. Take over all social media and all US computer systems to keep anyone who dares to dissent under his micro managing watchful eye. He already believes US media is "the Party of Opposition." His words heard by everyone with ears. He also relies on the National Enquirer, Breitbart and Steve Bannon a known Neo Nazi for his information. All Trump proves is that he believes being a billionaire is "smart." Really? So that must mean Einstein is a dope?

      They used to call that "Dictatorship."

      With thousands of Americans protesting his policies, he will simply use the old Putin standby: "These are dissenters and must be thrown in jail and the worst of them shot to death." Like Putin had that Russian intel officer who outed that dossier?

      1. Prakash RnP profile image41
        Prakash RnPposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        I must thank you for this brilliant, fitting comment ( i.e. Ewent's earlier comment ). Your wit and satire has made it make a pleasant reading.

        1. Ewent profile image70
          Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Prakash, I am a second generation Italian and third generation eastern European. I am soooo fed up with these southern and midwestern morons acting as if they are the ONLY Americans. Truth be told, most of them come from cast off white indentured slaves, not royalty. So where they get the idea that all immigrants are inferior only shows their gross insecurity and need to rise far above their own white English, Irish and Scottish, indentured slave roots.

          My First Amendment Rights allow free speech, free press and the freedom to peaceably assemble to petition the government for "redress of grievances."

          If these right wingers are so adamant they are the only Americans, they are liars. Only the Native Americans are the real and first Nation Americans.

    3. rhamson profile image70
      rhamsonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      This is the change we were dreading and hoping for. It will expose the soft underbelly of our shirking our responsibilities as citizens and caretakers of the earth and humanity. The recent repeal of regulations includes taking away the ban on dumping coal mining waste in streams and rivers. I love it! We stand by as we destroy ourselves. The evening news is like watching the Howard Stern Show. I tune in because I want to hear what he says next. It's a riot!

      1. Ewent profile image70
        Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        The reality is that the Koch boys have been the underbelly of the Republican Party and they hide dark money as the basis of HOW the Republican Party managed to have majorities. Now ask yourself. Is Government PARTY or is government of the people, for the people, by the people? To the Republican right wing, PARTY matters more and they don't consider themselves merely elected representativers of the people. Even worse, their idea is that "corporations are people." So when they read the Bill of Rights and it states, "we the people," they reinterpret that to mean, "WE the CORPORATE people." Sorry not on my taxes. The colonists fought the Revolutionary War to unhook ourselves from taxation without representation. We will not allow a political party to be GOVERNMENT.

        1. rhamson profile image70
          rhamsonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Both political parties are government in namesake only. They operate to be re-elected and it takes money which corporate America is only too willing to dole out for favor. We keep electing these shills at the rate of 93%. Now who is to blame for that?

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        ahorsebackposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        And yet , You cannot see the hypocrisy of the debate ?   I actually get a kick out of channel surfing the news networks these days !   CNN , MSNBC ,all of them  ............or reading the rag headlines on the "neutral " net  ,    It is incredibly  entertaining this morning  to watch  as the media is falling all over itself trying to make excuses as to why they "Took their eye's off the people " and focused wholly on the two  flowery  candidates , Clinton and Trump - The Entire Mainstream  Media , much like the lefties in America  , have absolutely no clue as yet why the real American people  won in this election !

        Now .......  opposition leftists in America are trying desperately to re--center themselves  questioning exactly WHY Pres. Trump is doing exactly what  he constantly projected that he WOULD do in the campaign , IN THE FIRST PLACE !   I suppose it only makes sense that lefties  have to question every reason they can to qualify the party suicide by  incredible short -sightedness !

        Here is a  game- play for those still in shock

      3. wilderness profile image96
        wildernessposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        I caught the edge of that (mining waste) on TV last night, and now you refer to it, but can't find a single thing on the web.  Is this another "TRUMP BANS MUSLIMS FROM ENTERING THE US!!!" or has he actually allowed coal mining waste to be put into rivers?

        1. rhamson profile image70
          rhamsonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          It was not specifically signed into Trumps lifting regulations but it is being done by the House Republicans in the same flavor of older Bush era tactics. Many think Trump is running blocker with chaos to allow Congress to act without notice.

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          1. wilderness profile image96
            wildernessposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Thanks.  No wonder I couldn't find anything - I kept searching for something Trump did!  But I'll wait for some actual information, giving both sides of the story, and the actual legal wording, instead of biased and spun rhetoric from the environmentalist crowd.  Or even the single "why" from a Senator implying that her state will suffer massive economic meltdown from not being able to dump endless tons of waste into rivers.

            1. Ewent profile image70
              Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              If you can't find anything Trump did, maybe you need to live in the NY/NJ Metro area where for the past 4 decades the Trump name was always in the media nearly every other day. It figures the hick states don't get much in the way of REAL facts.

              A reality TV celebrity host is not a president. Nor is a CEO who doesn't pay his NJ Taj Mahal casino workers what he owes them in wages. Come to NJ and do that rah rah rah Trump. I dare you.

          2. Ewent profile image70
            Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Sadly, it will be the people who are promoting this who will suffer the effects of coal ash carcinogenic chemicals. The people in West Virginia knew all about the dangers of dumping coal ash into their water streams since the early 1990s and refused to do anything about it because they are too lazy to get better educations so they can get better jobs. So they hang on for dear life to coal mining, fracking and oil rigging jobs even though the rest of the world has more than enough evidence these fossil fuels are no longer viable or sustainable.

            The very fact that three states, CA, AZ and NJ lead the country in the number of solar energy businesses and solar farms, proves that these people are lazy bums who just refuse to get a real education that will be worth more. But then, that IS why their Republican legislators defund education. After all, Being a Republican is so much more important than being an American with an American wage and an American future, right?

            1. wilderness profile image96
              wildernessposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              Leading the country in businesses specializing in snake oil and lies proves those in another state are lazy? 

              I'm not really following that train of thought...

              1. Ewent profile image70
                Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                Nice try but you do know that bashing NJ also bashes Trump? What you know about Trump would not fill a thimble.'s about help NJ taxpayers pay off those 6 TRUMP corporate bankruptcies he dumped on our state?

                Give it up Big BOY. Male genitals are not the only sign of intelligence.

                1. Castlepaloma profile image77
                  Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                  Wow, 6.

                  1. Ewent profile image70
                    Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                    Yes...Six. We have our Republican Governor Fat Mouth to thank for that mess. Trump got a huge FinCEN fine for $25 million for money laundering at the Taj Mahal. But, like many too wealthy CEOs, he uses bankruptcy court to avoid paying what he owes others. He also has numerous civil lawsuits here in NJ for not paying his employees. Here is what he did: When he got that FinCEN Fine back in 2012, he closed the Taj Mahal and refused to pay the last wages owed to 4400 hotel and casino employees. He also stiffed dozens of the contractors who built the Taj, claiming the lame excuse, "They did substandard work." I've seen the Taj Mahal and it is as gaudy and gauche as his Trump Tower Penthouse. Not to mention that he was warned about rigging the gaming tables in favor of the house on numerous occasions.

                    But Trump's big thing is "Don't tell me how to run my business." Which would be dandy IF he ran it lawfully. He got the FinCEN fine because we all saw that grey private helicopter flying over Central NJ with the huge letters, "TRUMP" ferrying his Middle Eastern Muslim high rollers to his casinos. They laundered money to terrorists according to the U.S. Treasury Dept's findings. As usual, Trump the Spiteful, now blames ALL Muslims because HE allowed those Muslims to launder money in his casinos. He knew it and was warned to cease and desist by the Justice Dept. 3 times. He refused to comply.

                    So the only way he could pay off the fines was to use the last wages of his employees. Six corporate bankruptcies applied to his golf course, two hotels and two casinos and one other real estate business he holds in NJ. SIX.

                2. colorfulone profile image79
                  colorfuloneposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                  Trump did not have 6 bankruptcies and they were not in NJ, they were in Atlantic City. 

                  Trump has three golf courses in NJ that have only helped locally & state-wide  financially.  The USGA's 2017 U.S. Women's Open and the 2022 PGA Championship will be held in NJ this year, which is going to the help MAKE NEW JERSEY GREAT AGAIN!.

                  I am proficient in contract law.  Taxpayers do not suffer a burden because of business bankruptcies.  So, either someone isn't too bright or something else is not right.

                  1. Ewent profile image70
                    Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                    Liar ...I live in NJ. I know He HAD 6 corporate bankruptcies. You want to pay my higher taxes? Enough with your lying. And don't you tell me that you as a contract lawyer are not responsible for helping these corporate thugs get away with avoiding paying their fair share of taxes.

                    Oh and by the way, I was an accounting manager.

            2. rhamson profile image70
              rhamsonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              "proves that these people are lazy bums who just refuse to get a real education that will be worth more."
              I would tread carefully with these types of accusations. Lazy is a subjective term when applied to very poor communities. A man who works a twelve hour shift underground 5 to 6 days a week could hardly be accused of being lazy. Unless you walk a mile in their shoes be careful with your judgements.

              1. Castlepaloma profile image77
                Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                Poor Trump, he is such a victim from all these world record 3500 lawsuites. Because when the last Guinness world record holder Sues  Guinness for reporting him. Trump will be the new winner. When I apply on behalf of him, Trump will be happy to accept this award. Why do all these bad people keep follow Trump around, it can never be Trump's fault.

                Man it pains my conscious, trying to think like him.

                In court you either win/loose or loose/loose banks, courts and bank always come out smelling like a rose. Almost been in bussiness as long as Trump and had one court case... my Divorce . Trump had 3 divorces, and he has had dozens of affairs. Me zero affair, not even my Fantasy of a 3some. One attempt failed, it was like I was cheating on one of them, or feel the other would be jealous. On the worst sin list, it would send me to hell. For Trump studio 54 it must have been a hell of an orgy.

                Even my divorce was a silver lining, my ex was a psychopath. It prepare me to understand Trump was a psychopath too. Trump attempted to ruin my sandsculpture bussiness and industry by unionized us. If I can defeat Trump, many other can too. The Trump card won't work in the game of life, when you are fearless and love your work.

                1. Ewent profile image70
                  Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                  Trump has something else. Check out Judge Mary Ann Trump, his sister and Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. How very convenient it must be to have a sister who can whisper in the ears of other judges on the bench and make all of Trump's lawsuits settle out of court. Court of Appeals? As in appeals of cases that end in VERDICTS againt defendants?

                  1. wilderness profile image96
                    wildernessposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                    LOL  And the third cousin, twice removed, of his grandmothers stepsister went fishing without a license.  Going to transfer the crime to Trump?

                    You people are entertaining - anything at all to paint the President black. 

                    ('Tis a terrible thing, but I had a cousin that was a judge.  And the father of my best bud in high school was, too.  Guess I better leave the country before there's a conflict of interest, huh?)

                  2. Castlepaloma profile image77
                    Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                    Is that not an illegal conflict of interest, can you not choose another judge? That is like having a family member on your  jury case.

                    No wonder most Presidents were former lawyers. Your a murderer when your a pirate, when your a empire your a conqueror with a licence to steal and murder.

  2. profile image53
    Flabingo1posted 7 years ago

    Every fear and concern he has already exceeded. Very very scary. People that voted for him have to get involved,

    1. Ewent profile image70
      Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      The scariest is that he has now arrived at the plateau where he thinks he can get anyone in the country fired from media jobs and all he has to do is point his finger. This guy is just asking for an unplanned early death. Americans are not going to allow him to do what Mommy Mary Ann and his sister Judge Mary Ann have done his entire life: Let him get away with it all.

      1. Castlepaloma profile image77
        Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Yes, the media, anothers Constitution Trump will smash to hell. Media won't shut up.

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          promisemposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Yeah, why do they keep showing video footage of Trump saying stupid things? Why can't they doctor the video to make him look better?

  3. FelishiyaPS profile image87
    FelishiyaPSposted 7 years ago

    Do anyone of you has any idea if this is going to affect hindus immigrants from India in the near future?

    1. Castlepaloma profile image77
      Castlepalomaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      US is ready to go to war with China in the southern seas. Pakistan is more likely to assist China than India for now.

      If it grows really big, India is part of BRICS and then India and Russia will need to get involved and kick some US ass.

  4. profile image0
    ahorsebackposted 7 years ago

    This  ones for sore losers !

    For those  of you who cannot fathom  not getting your own way in the Presidential  election and suffer from  a shortage of  political education and enlightenment , Trump actually won  - AND He isn't just my president  he is yours too.    Its time to put on your big boy and big girl panties , suck it up and move on without talking about assassinations and comparing him to dictators !    Blankies and Safe Spacers are allowed  in dealing with the new administration  but  waiting for the Lee Harvey Oswald's to come out of the woodwork - is grossly  immature  talk AND  should actually be a criminal offense .

    The right sucked it up and dealt with Obama for eight years - Time for the same respect from the  party of whiners !

    1. Ewent profile image70
      Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      How sore will you be when you go to the Government Accountability Office records and find out our DEM states support your RED states. Red is the color for Commies. Your moron in chief is a commie and sidles up to a known hostile enemy of this country. We know Russia hacked into our election. Yet morons of the right insist that is perfectly okay. Is that because the Republicans have done it before and if they don't get away with it this time, the people who refuse to vote Republican will demand their party be disbanded? Get over it.

      You do not allow any foreign entity to hack into any US election. When you mentally process what is so wrong with that, maybe you and the moron in chief will realize you are not the only PARTY in government. And, get a clue. Government is NOT PARTY. Not according to the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. Time for the mentally immature to grow up.

  5. colorfulone profile image79
    colorfuloneposted 7 years ago

    Someone is projecting their own defects of character calling someone who is telling the truth a liar?  I was expect such a personal attack from a dispenser of incorrect information that doesn't know law and real facts.

    Someone needs to read the HubPages Forum Rules.

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  6. profile image0
    ahorsebackposted 7 years ago

    The" left" in America has lost all of its "bite ",meaning and educated  ability to politically debate - they have nothing else to offer to the debate than to constantly  "paint Trump  black "    AND this  phony manipulation of a  mindless news media  is all they have to offer ! What else could they do ?

    They offered up Hilary - They lost .

  7. Castlepaloma profile image77
    Castlepalomaposted 7 years ago

    When people get too dependent on politics as our Savior, it does not end well, like Hitler. Best things in life are free, alot of North America has forgotten that.  I Can't take Trump seriously at all. He has built a house of cards that will collapses soon enough like his pass and fast turn over of women and businesses.

    America is so desperate for a strongman to save them they will believe anything Trump says.  Trump's pass has shown through his world record lawsuits, he leads most everyone into a black hole. He cares for your vote, not for the common man, and never has. From my personal experience Trumps upside was he is the best promoter and persistent man I have ever met. His Downside is a psychopath without a conscious. We all have have ups and downsides, his is an extreme roller coaster ride that turn into a train wreak.

    No Federal US Government is the best Government, it all about money and life being drained into a black hole. America will not be Great again, except balance and we all can be happier again.

    1. Ewent profile image70
      Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I agree. But, the fact remains that a billionaire real estate mogul does not a president make. We in NJ know Trump better than anyone in the south, midwest or southwest ever can. They forget one thing. We've known the Trump legacy since he was sent by his Daddy to military school.

      Government is NOT a business. If it becomes so, what does that make taxpayers? Employees of that business? Where is the Bill of Rights, "We the People" in that voice.

      I am not going to pay taxes so lazy bums in the south and midwest can sit back and take ALL of our Dem state tax dollars while we get up every day in pouring rain, ice, snow, sleet and sometimes even, hail at 5 AM while the Corn Pones lay off all winter waiting for spring planting or the south whines about no jobs in coal mining.

      The problem with the right wing is they are totally incapable of leaving the Great Depression Era and their Pre Civil War plantation mentalities behind. The more educated people have to deal with these lesser educated individuals, the more WE are the ones who begin to sound "snobby" and "overeducated" to them.

      The reality of Trump is that he cannot now or EVER launder what everyone in NY and NJ have known about him for decades, he is vengeful, envious, grossly insecure, bully who believes the world must revolve around his dictates. If that's what the Republican states want, fine. But when he stiffs them as many times as he has stiffed NY and NJ taxpayers through what he considers his "cunning" "business" strategies that always end up with a lawsuit, then they can have him.

      All these right wingers are doing is pushing Dem states to secede. They forget...Wall Street is in a Dem state, so is the UN, most top US corporate headquarters and ...Trump Tower. That gaudy, show off penthouse in the middle of the most posh, upscale commercial properties.

      All they want is to be the ONLY party in government. They are nearly there. But, the price for that is for DEM states to withdraw every dime of funding to their states. And, since it is the DEM states that pay the lion's share of the annual federal taxes and not Republican states, these right wingers do themselves in and can expect another Great Depression. This time, they won't get bailed out by Dem state taxpayers. That's GOVERNMENT of the DEM people, for the DEM people, BY the Dem people.

      1. PhoenixV profile image65
        PhoenixVposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Lay in bed till 5? We done milked 30 cows by 5 am.  We also have rain and snow and other types of weather. Im starting to think liberals are just not used to the firm hand of an assertive man like President Trump

        1. Ewent profile image70
          Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Wow...milking cows...that's it? Try getting up 5 or 6 days a week at 5AM and sitting in an hour's worth of traffic congestion just to get to  your job. Anyone can walk outside of their house to a barn and milk cows. I learned that from the farmer who lived down the road from my Dad's farm.

          YOu cons need to face the reality that life is not a cow's teat you can just yank on and enjoy all the milk without paying for it. Figures. CONS with their gimme gimme gimme attitudes. NJ has more farms per square mile in the southern part of the state than your entire state. So much for what you know about Liberal States.

          1. PhoenixV profile image65
            PhoenixVposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Only 5 or 6 days a week? Who does the work the other couple of days?   Us country folks are watching these liberal city folk throwing molotov cocktails on themselves, torching their colleges, terrorizing their neighbors, busting up private property. We are just sitting back and watching yall turn on each other and self destruct. Pardon my colloquialisms but, we expected the bucking, but we still riding libs like a pony.

            1. Ewent profile image70
              Ewentposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              Yes...5 or 6 days a week in 12 hour days....I know country folk. My Dad was one. And I also know that farmers don't work 12 hour days, sit in traffic congestion for hours every day OR go out in the rain to work the fields. Stop with the Great Depression ERA BS. My taxes pay that $200 billion you "country folk get as Agri Insurance in case you have crop failure or your cattle end up dead from Anthrax.

              Stay in the country. We in NJ have plenty of Garden State farms, dairy and otherwise that have all been converted to solar energy, not the OKIE OIL you country folks wallow in.

              Must be nice to be so safe and so far away from the Wall Street thieves and corporate pigs who eat up MY taxes so you can live without worrying about job security.

  8. sucessoonline profile image60
    sucessoonlineposted 7 years ago

    I just hate this guy... I dont have have any reason to like him yet..

  9. profile image0
    ahorsebackposted 7 years ago

    At this point the much in this debate ,   the much  misaligned left in America is  COMPLETELY blind to the FACT  that Trump has effectively banned people from what ? THE SAME SEVEN COUNTRIES THAT PRES. OBAMA  ACTUALLY , CHEERFULLY , FLAGRANTLY  , WILLIFULLY-------DRONE BOMBED !

    How stupid is the left ?

  10. profile image0
    ahorsebackposted 7 years ago

    NAAAAAAA , na na na na naaaaana  !


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