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"BET founder: Trump's economy is bringing black workers back into the labor force"
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AlleyCat
2018-07-04 00:40:12 UTC
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On Tue, 03 Jul 2018 21:15:30 +0100, PIBB says...
This discussion is essentially irrelevant because it pre-supposes Trump
has any interest in black unemployment. He couldn't care less.
Oh, you mean like Obama.

Does Obama ignore African Americans?


African Americans still worse off under Obama

Trump is clearly pleased that some fluke statistics make it look as if
he helped blacks. The truth is all his actions show he doesn't care.
Exactly WHAT actions? Quantify that statement. What "actions" has Trump
taken AGAINST Blacks?

Seems to me, it's all DEMOCRATS who are taking action against Blacks, by
wanting open borders and Mexicans to come in and take EVERY last job that
would be available to Americans.

Keep em down on the plantation, Democrat... give out that free shit to
Blacks, so they won't be too angry about being displaced by Hispanics.

https://vimeo.com/195253377

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Employment Of Undocumented Immigrants

In 2001, Tyson was charged with conspiracy to smuggle undocumented
workers to work on its production lines. Tyson plant managers arranged
for delivery of illegal workers with undercover immigration officials.
Prosecutors alleged that the conspiracy to import workers dates back to
1994 when plant managers began to find it difficult to fill positions
with "cheap legal help". Of the six managers who were indicted, two
accepted plea bargain deals, and one committed suicide one month after
being charged. In March 2003, a federal jury acquitted Tyson of having
knowingly hired illegal immigrants.

In May 2006, Tyson suspended operations at nine plants during a
nationwide day of immigration demonstrations citing expected lack of
workers.

In October 2006, a federal judge granted class-action status to a
lawsuit brought by Tyson employees who allege that Tyson's practice of
hiring illegal immigrants depresses wages 10-30%. The suit further
contends that the company violated federal racketeering laws by
conspiring with National Council of La Raza and League of United Latin
American Countries not to question the employment applications of anyone
with a Hispanic surname.
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STILL can't understand why liberal Democrats are so in love with Mexicans.
Mexicans are against abortion, contraception, pre-marital sex, mainly
because they're mostly Catholic... oh, and they HATE you. Am I leaving
anything else out that you just LOVE about them?

Riiiiight... they're potential Democrap voters.

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AlleyCat
2018-07-05 23:45:05 UTC
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On Thu, 05 Jul 2018 08:52:46 -0500, Mitchell Holman says...
We have had several Democratic Presidents (Kennedy and Clinton, at
least) who have routinely cheated on their wives, including one right in
the Oval Office, I don't see you calling them out for "failed
marriages". In point of fact during the Clinton debacle, the Democrats
spent a lot of time defending the indefensible actions of the President.
Modern Conservative: Someone who brands Monicagate
as "indefensible" but who has not problem with Trump
cheating on all his wives and bragging about how many
married women he has had sex with.
Clinton committed adultery in MY Oval Office. I couldn't care less that he
got blow jobs from an impressionable intern like Lewinsky. THAT goes with
the territory. He GOT those blow jobs in MY Oval Office.

I have issue with rape and sexual assault.

Why don't you?

He cheated on your precious Dive, Hillary... doesn't that bother you in
the least? What bother me more than that, is Hillary ALLOWING it to happen
in the first place, then attacking the women, as if THEY did something
wrong.

Hillary Clinton once tweeted that "every survivor of sexual assault
deserves to be heard, believed, and supported." What about Juanita
Broaddrick?

Clinton manipulated his way into her hotel room, threw her down on the
bed, yanked off her pantyhose, and raped her. She says he bit her lip hard
enough to leave it bloodied. "You better put some ice on that," she
remembers him telling her as he walked out the door, headed off to his
important work of feeling other people's pain.

Juanita Broaddrick accuses Clinton of raping her in 1978; Kathleen Willey
accuses Clinton of groping her without consent in 1993; and Paula Jones
accuses Clinton of exposing himself to her in 1991 and sexually harassing
her.

The Jones allegations became public in 1994, while Willey's and
Broaddrick's became public during the 1998-99 time period, toward the end
of Clinton's second term as president.

This is not fake news. These didn't come up ONLY as Clinton was running
for office, JUST to make it less likely some would vote for him, like the
sniveling cowards who put up some random women Trump may have crossed
paths with at some random time, did.
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STILL can't understand why liberal Democrats are so in love with Mexicans.
Mexicans are against abortion, contraception, pre-marital sex, mainly
because they're mostly Catholic... oh, and they HATE you. Am I leaving
anything else out that you just LOVE about them?

Riiiiight... they're potential Democrap voters.

http://i.imgur.com/VsWANkz.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/5oeqnDw.jpg
AlleyCat
2018-07-07 03:14:15 UTC
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On Fri, 6 Jul 2018 09:52:51 -0700 (PDT), Matt says...
Because it doesn't say he can in the Constitution.
When will you grow the fuck up, you little momma's boy?


President Bill Clinton asked Hillary Clinton to lead a health-care task
force that held closed-door meetings.

In a 1993 lawsuit, a federal judge ruled that some of the Clinton task-
force meetings needed to be held in public, but he also rejected the
argument that the First Lady was a "government employee."

President John F. Kennedy nominated his brother, Robert, to become
Attorney General. Robert Kennedy was confirmed in a voice vote by the
Senate in 1961 and he served until September 1964.

President John Adams retained his son, John Quincy Adams, as a diplomat
and appointed him as the United States minister to Prussia, over public
criticism.

Other Presidents retained relatives at the White House in secretarial
roles, including James Madison, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, John Tyler
and James Buchanan. Zachary Taylor kept his brother and son-in-law on the
government payroll, using military commissions, as unofficial presidential
advisers. President Ulysses S. Grant had many direct family members on the
government payroll or at the White House. His brother, Orvil, was
implicated in scandals involving Indian trading posts.

In later years, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower
had family members as secretaries or aides. Kennedy also appointed his
brother-in-law, Sargent Shriver, as the first head of the Peace Corps.

Several academics have argued that the Federal Anti-Nepotism Statute
doesn't really apply to the President, since the President has powers
directly vested by the Constitution's Appointments Clause.

http://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/articles/article-
ii/article-ii-section-2-treaty-power-and-appointments-mcginnis-
shane/clause/24

Article II, Section 2, provides that some officials need to be approved by
the Senate, while other "inferior" officers may be appointed directly by
the President.
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STILL can't understand why liberal Democrats are so in love with Mexicans.
Mexicans are against abortion, contraception, pre-marital sex, mainly
because they're mostly Catholic... oh, and they HATE you. Am I leaving
anything else out that you just LOVE about them?

Riiiiight... they're potential Democrap voters.

http://i.imgur.com/VsWANkz.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/5oeqnDw.jpg

https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/presidential-nepotism-debate-goes-
back-to-the-founders-time/
NoBody
2018-07-07 12:55:07 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Fri, 6 Jul 2018 09:52:51 -0700 (PDT), Matt says...
Because it doesn't say he can in the Constitution.
When will you grow the fuck up, you little momma's boy?
President Bill Clinton asked Hillary Clinton to lead a health-care task
force that held closed-door meetings.
In a 1993 lawsuit, a federal judge ruled that some of the Clinton task-
force meetings needed to be held in public, but he also rejected the
argument that the First Lady was a "government employee."
President John F. Kennedy nominated his brother, Robert, to become
Attorney General. Robert Kennedy was confirmed in a voice vote by the
Senate in 1961 and he served until September 1964.
President John Adams retained his son, John Quincy Adams, as a diplomat
and appointed him as the United States minister to Prussia, over public
criticism.
Other Presidents retained relatives at the White House in secretarial
roles, including James Madison, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, John Tyler
and James Buchanan. Zachary Taylor kept his brother and son-in-law on the
government payroll, using military commissions, as unofficial presidential
advisers. President Ulysses S. Grant had many direct family members on the
government payroll or at the White House. His brother, Orvil, was
implicated in scandals involving Indian trading posts.
In later years, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower
had family members as secretaries or aides. Kennedy also appointed his
brother-in-law, Sargent Shriver, as the first head of the Peace Corps.
Several academics have argued that the Federal Anti-Nepotism Statute
doesn't really apply to the President, since the President has powers
directly vested by the Constitution's Appointments Clause.
http://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/articles/article-
ii/article-ii-section-2-treaty-power-and-appointments-mcginnis-
shane/clause/24
Article II, Section 2, provides that some officials need to be approved by
the Senate, while other "inferior" officers may be appointed directly by
the President.
You realize Matt will not have a useful response to your detailed,
factual information because he does not deal with factual, detailed
information.

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