Nobodies planning on build either Hadrian’s Wall or another Great Wall of China so they must be smoking some of those funny cigarettes again.
Stopping both illegal and legal immigration, doing away with the visa laws, and deporting the millions of illegals already here coupled with de-Americanizing the anchor babies, will create far more jobs than that.
Eisenhower deported roughly 1.6 million illegals while roughly another 10 million voluntarily left. This was the last time that the American middle class made real economic gains and that was more than fifty years ago.
February 6, 2016 at 1:35pm
Since the Guardian is very close to as leftist as it gets why not just cut to the chase and quote Pravda next time? Or, better yet, Al-Jazerra because that is also a completely unbiased news source that both Obama and Hillary love.
 February 6, 2016 at 1:33pm
You’d better begin exploring.
Or perhaps you can explain how in some counties in Ohio 118% of the eligible voters all voted for Obama in 2012? Or how in St. Lucie, FL 146% of eligible voters all voted for Allen Wests opponent?
I can go on and on but since all these “reporting errors” were “corrected” to reflect not more than 100% whats the point.
February 6, 2016 at 12:39pm
Are you forgetting about the non-existent inflation? You know, that pesky little thing that makes the prices of pretty much everything go up. Like meat, food, housing, etc.
Even with the lower gas prices we are still falling behind.
history - you of course know that they redefined inflation to largely (if not entirely) take energy and food out of the CPI at the beginning of this admin..., er, excuse me, regime?
February 6, 2016 at 12:36pm
For the most part they are to stupid to even realize exactly what they have done to this country.
Just wait until the free stuff runs out when the economy crashes and watch them start screaming “burn baby burn” like they did in the ’60′s.
 February 6, 2016 at 12:34pm
So our Dear Leader surprises us exactly how? Like every progressive before him he never saw a penny in your pocket that he just knew he could spend more wisely than you.
 February 6, 2016 at 12:29pm
Carson is a good man. Although I for one can not get past his original stance on the second amendment or the fact that he, like Trump, spent the vast majority of his life as a Democrat.
That he is both brilliant and competent I don’t doubt. That he is the strong constitutionalist that this country needs right now I do doubt.
[-1] February 6, 2016 at 12:25pm
According to the constitution of these United States, yes that baby would be eligible to be president.
Neither of us may like this but that is the law.
When you are under water everything sounds the same.
February 6, 2016 at 12:15pm
I guess if working for Goldman was such a crime I would still be in jail. I spent more than a year there before moving to another employer (who you probably hate even more) in England. In certain circles this is merely a rite of passage.
 February 6, 2016 at 12:12pm
I strongly disagree and here is why.
Cruz scares the heck out of them because he is a strong constitutionalist, has strong beliefs and the backbone to say “no”. He won’t make deals just to make deals and he won’t back down when he knows that what he is doing is correct.
Trump spent the vast majority of his life as a progressive democrat with NYC values. Over the years he has seldom refrained from stating this and they have miles of videotape of him celebrating publicly such things as what a wonderful job Obama was doing, how great his friends Bill and Hillary are, or how Obamacare is just such a wonderful idea. Not to mention his open borders and amnesty stance.
Like it was with McCain and Romney if he becomes the candidate they will merely use his own videos and words to hang him with.
This is also why Trump does not fare well against the Hildebeast in any one on one poll.
 February 6, 2016 at 12:04pm
I can imagine such a president and I like what I see.
The only problem is that even if he gains the presidency he will be surrounded by the progressives of both parties and the various bureaucracies. That is what limited Reagan’s effectiveness so much.
Reagan could have vetoed amnesty. He could have vetoed the gun legislation. He could have vetoed tax increases. He could have done lots of really good things, but he didn't.
Reagan talked a good game. In the end, though, it was just more of the same.
 February 6, 2016 at 12:02pm
Many employers in that industry offer their employees such a health insurance plan because this is just another vehicle for them to attract the top talent that they need in order to thrive.
That stated, your jealousy is obvious. Perhaps you should have taken another path and put in the necessary time and effort that it takes to become one of those people also.
February 6, 2016 at 11:54am
It does make one wonder exactly what is going through his mind doesn’t it?
[-3] February 6, 2016 at 11:54am
And this relates to Ted Cruz exactly how?
That Goldman Sachs hires extremely smart and capable people isn’t a secret because around the world every such firm competes for these people.
Or perhaps you still haven’t figured out that Bush 2 is also a progressive like his father and brother?