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Scott Burkhart

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ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Yes, it seems cruel and heartless to reverse this law. The fact is that laws like this make it attractive to illegally enter the country, imbed in the society of a state like Kansas and then your children can take advantage of the system as this law would allow. Yes, it hurts those that are here, already. However, our nation has borders and immigration laws. Just because the past two administrations have chosen to ignore those laws and allow illegal immigration to become the norm, is reason to continue the practice just because the conservative globalists wanted cheap labor and the left wanted voters.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

I particularly like the line, "lies about everything." Generalize much? (Pun intended.)

On Letter to the editor: Trump is dangerous

Posted 9 February 2018, 6:46 a.m. Suggest removal

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

“But as I’ve already said,” Obama noted, “I have had my military and our team look at a wide range of options.” Barack Obama, August 2013.

If the left says it, it's fine. If the right says it, it's the end of time.

On Letter to the editor: Trump is dangerous

Posted 9 February 2018, 6:45 a.m. Suggest removal

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

"after 30 years of residency in the U.S.," in which he completely ignored immigration laws. His visa was a "non-immigrant" visa. He never applied for naturalization. He never tried to obtain citizenship. He just decided he would stay as long as he wanted, immigration laws be damned. It's a sad story but a good one that exemplifies how the left doesn't feel there should be any repercussions for their misdeeds and how the law should only apply as they see fit.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

What I don't understand is how certain items can be reported on one network and ignored on most of the rest? Did all the other decide it wasn't news? it wasn't true? Are they purposely not reporting something in order to further an agenda?

On Letter to the editor: Whom do we trust?

Posted 7 February 2018, 7:07 a.m. Suggest removal

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

You might google, "Render unto Caesar what is Caesar's...." and start there. Every sovereign nation has a rights to defend its laws. This is a terrible situation, no argument. The ones being hurt the most are his children. It is horribly unfair to them but who put them in this situation. Not the U.S. Government but their father. He broke immigration laws. An ordered society expects its government to enforce its laws. If he had embezzled or committed some other "white collar" crime, he would be subject to jail time and the separation from his children would be no less awful. Why should we as a nation be expected to adjust the immigration laws on a case by case basis? Why can't legal immigrants, that agree to the terms and conditions of their temporary visas, be expected to abide by those terms and conditions?

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

From The Hill:
Ohr’s wife worked for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that was behind the Steele dossier. The memo states that Ohr provided Steele’s opposition research to the FBI.

When the FBI interviewed Ohr about his relationship with Steele, he stated that the British spy was “desperate that Donald Trump not get elected and was passionate about him not being president,” according to the memo.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Carter Page was working with the FBI as a result of that investigation back then, too.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Yeah, I would have liked to have heard the "Papadopoulos Argument" when obtaining the FISA warrant. "Your Honor, we have a contact who alleges to have sources in Russia and related this information to an Australian diplomat. This contact related this information over drinks in a bar in London. What was that, your honor?.....Yes, this contact was allegedly drunk." A high school, business law student would know better than to try to pass off four-way hearsay to a court as evidence.

You libs lie to yourselves and are blinded by your own animus toward President Trump. The FBI and DOJ were corrupt at the top and either were going to derail the Trump campaign or delegitimize his presidency.

ScottBurkhart (Scott Burkhart) says...

Oh, and just so you know, I'm not tired of winning, yet. I'm looking forward to 7 more years of winning and liberal whining. Trump said America and Obama said I.

On Opinion: Incredibly, Trump could be worse

Posted 1 February 2018, 6:22 a.m. Suggest removal

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