Your sentence is complete. Now get out of our country.
“Because that’s my choice. Because it’s my choice.”
“They have to make a determination what happens when the border is secure.”
Falling through the cracks of the adoption process
“Make it as easy as possible to come into this country and work.”
Not going to touch this one
The antidote to drift and decline.
Or perhaps a lot short
Here we go.
“I think the Democrats are going to force it to be adjudicated, and I think the Supreme Court is going to have to decide it.”
Heck, just toss the whole thing out
“People are bringing it up.”
“We can’t even begin to talk about legalization until we secure the border.”
“Is a path to legalization also amnesty, sir?”
“It’s not going to hold up in court.”
“If we’re going to bend with the wind, then it’ll be hard to imagine how we solve our problems.”
“I think I have learned over time about this issue and done a lot more work on it.”
The plot thickens.
Out of the shadows.
Back bacon candidate
Common core and boredom
Put out the Not Welcome mat
Justice and mercy: Matthew 20:1–16.
Be stingy with the public purse, sir.
Still missing the point