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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Immigrants wept, pleaded for water and pounded on the


By AP News, July 25, 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Arizona Sen. John McCain’s return to Congress for the first time since being diagnosed with brain cancer (all times local):

5:45 p.m.

After casting a crucial vote in the Republican effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, Arizona Sen. John McCain has delivered an impassioned speech pleading for Republicans and Democrats to work together.


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  1. Whenever possible the news media will highlight these immigrant stories to illustrate the hardships people face coming to America. While sad and unfortunate and inhumane what are we suppose to do about this? To point out how gastly it is for immigrants to take turns sucking air through a hole in the side of a truck trailer doesn't mean we should over look these people have entered the country illegally. Taking a sympathy approach toward the plight of illegal immigrants is the very reason we have sanctuary cities, and law makers and law enforcement turning a blind eye toward doing something about wiping out illegal immigration. Look, if a person decides not to take chemotherapy for treatment of their cancer and as a result experiences horrific death, this is not a reason to offer them Obamacare. Or if a person smokes marijuana to curb the symptoms caused by chemotherapy this is no reason to legalize marijuana. Immigrants entering the country illegally and drowing, sufficating, or experiencing some other catastrophic death is not a valid reason for not building a wall or enforcing immigration laws on account of feeling sorry for people's plight in life.

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