None of that requires more than F-15s to solve, and lots of politics. Something that may be beyond your capacity to understand.
Why do you need an F15 to solve attacks made with Twitter?
the actual enemies we have now use twitter and guerilla tactics
He is facing persecution for practicing journalism. Open your eyes
No, he's facing some heat for Sweden over dodging investigators looking into his alleged sexual abuse of two women.
Assange wasn't going to prison in Sweden, he was going directly to Gitmo, without trial, or habeus.
Where - in that tween fantasy novel you're writing?
The problem is illegal immigrants do not get visas, since they are illegal by definition.
You're not paying attention. The topic at hand are the people who enter the country legally with a visa, and then decide to illegally overstay their visa, becoming illegal immigrants, by definition.
There's a minor problem with this plan. The ones who come here illegally? They don't have visas. That's what makes their coming here illegal. If they have a visa, then they came here legally.
You're completely missing the point. He's addressing the large number of people who legally enter (with a visa), but illegally overstay their visas, this becoming illegal immigrants. The people who illegally enter are a related, but different specific problem.
I would absolutely, without reservation, shoot those down.
Enjoy that federal felony conviction.
Not an opinion, but a fact. They say what the government wants them to say. They are out pushing for war with the worst of them.
So what you're saying is that you don't actually read the Washington Post, and are just making stuff up.
Oh bla bla bla. You are just rationalizing the absurd.
Yes, it is absurd that people become violent and crazy, and they do things like hold hostages or grab kids or attack people, or force stand-offs. If people wouldn't do absurd crap like that, then the absurd crap like that they do wouldn't happen right in front of us every week. The fact that you're pretending it doesn't happen is curious though. What do you think that achieves? It's an odd personality quirk, at least.
When a fellow says, "It ain't the money but the principle of the thing," it's the money. -- Kim Hubbard