This was refreshing, even if (there are now claims) Joy Villa was just sarcastically marketing. (See WND.) There are lots of Obama voters who currently support Trump, and even more who are afraid to admit they do.
UPDATE: Feb 16, 2017: Sales are soaring.
Mexico has a lot of nerve to be complaining about U.S. policy. It's hypocrisy that counts on support from ignorami in the United States. The new leftist talking point is that more Mexicans return to Mexico these days than immigrate illegally. Maybe so. I don't know. But it's irrelevant because (for money) Mexico deliberately and affirmatively facilitates the entry into Mexico, the passage through Mexico, and the sneak entry into the United States of illegals from South America, Africa, the Middle East, and elsewhere, and makes it our problem. Matthew Vadum has a good article today at Frontpagemag.com, Mexican Standoff. But:
Mexican law makes it a felony to be present without permission anywhere in that country. Political activism by illegals is forbidden. Those who use fake documents to enter Mexico are jailed... Only foreigners deemed useful to Mexico are allowed in "according to their possibilities of contributing to national progress." Immigrants to Mexico must be able to support themselves and their dependents...Mexico also is economically dependent on both exports to the United States and cash remittances sent back from the United States.
The Mexican government provides "survival kits" and maps to those seeking to sneak into the U.S... a 32-page book called "The Guide for the Mexican Migrant"... explained to would-be border jumpers how to evade U.S. law enforcement...
(Of course the federal bureaucratic perpetrators of these crimes, from Lois Lerner to other individuals responsible in the politicized IRS, DOJ, FBI, and other Obama agencies, never were brought to justice. The main stream media then and now continues to ignore or downplay these facts, as it regularly did with all of the corruption and criminal acts in the Obama administration.)
For more information on voting fraud and other irregularities, also see the excellent article today by Karin McQuillan on the American Thinker blog -- many cites to other articles and research -- Voter Fraud Denial.
And note: I previously wrote here about my own eye-opening first-hand experiences with the voting fraud issue December 19, 2016, in connection with a commentary about media "fact checker" bias:
I worked as a poll attorney in Broward County, Florida on election day. In my small area alone, I stopped perhaps thousands of discarded ballots from being saved in readable format...UPDATE: Jan 28, 2017 -- Multiple proofs of widespread voter fraud by Project Veritas:
Image from Conservative Treehouse.
The laws should require transparency in pricing, and forbid fraudulent or disparate costs from being charged to individuals and insurance companies. (E.g. if you have insurance, your "co-pay" likely is based on a fraudulently overstated fee. E.g. if you pay cash, you are being billed a fraudulently overstated fee.) All "medical care" costs (appropriately defined) -- and medical insurance premiums -- should be deductible. Anyone who incurs or will incur a documented amount of out-of-pocket "medical care" costs for themselves of a dependent (appropriately defined) that exceeds or will exceed a set percentage of their (and if applicable, their dependent's) income AND assets within the space of a twelve-month period should have the right to apply for a government-subsidizd program, whether cash, direct pay, and/or loans, covering the excess of these costs as well as the pre-existing condition (only) thereafter, so that the individual does not have to completely impoverish himself going forward in order to meet ordinary medicaid eligibility. The benefit should have sufficient "gaps" such that it does not discourage responsible behaviors.
No 100% of "routine maintenance" or diagnostic tests, or unnecessary items should be included in any government-subsidization program. Without co-pays, people spend frivolously. (Does your auto insurance cover oil changes and detailing?) The medical insurance market itself should be substantially de-regulated (regulations should go to assuring that people understand the pros and cons of what they are buying and the coverages.) Let employers offer deductible non-taxable medical coverage as fringe benefits to employees and families to the extent or not they wish. Set up the medical subsidy program to commence on a date certain in the future (e.g. 18 months), forbid any current plan changes without the consumer's consent until the date certain, and publicize the rules. And then get to work on reforming Medicare so that low-income workers are not subsidizing millionaires as they do now.
Insurance is something that should help cover only catastrophic events.
Absolutely Stunning –- Leaked Audio of Secretary
There are moments within investigative research when your jaw can stand agape as you recognize the scope of what you are reading or hearing. A brutally down-played audio of Secretary John Kerry is just such an occasion...
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