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Singing to Trump’s tune

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Greg Spearman talks about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Cannon's Restaurant in Greer, S.C., Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015. Trump's supporters don't see his plan to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. as "xenophobic" or an "appeal to hate," but rather as an entirely reasonable response to a clear and present threat.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
Greg Spearman talks about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Cannon’s Restaurant in Greer, S.C. Trump’s supporters don’t see his plan to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. as “xenophobic” or an “appeal to hate,” but rather as an entirely reasonable response to a clear and present threat.
(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

While most of his rivals, GOP officials and a handful of foreign leaders have condemned Donald Trump’s call to temporarily bar Muslims from entering the country, many supporters of the Republican presidential hopeful have been baffled by the outrage.

“We can bring the women and children. But when the 20-year-old man comes, we oughta turn his (butt) around at the border, give him an M-16 and say, ‘Sorry, this is a fight you gotta fight on your own.’ ” — Greg Spearman, of Greer, South Carolina.

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“It’s just the idea the way he says it, that’s all. It comes out wrong. I think if he had time to explain it, I think he could. You know, when it comes over the news, you just get bites. You just hear soundbites. You don’t get the whole picture.” — Dale Witmer, of Des Moines, Iowa.

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“That’s what people want! They’re not going to say it, but that’s what they want. I mean, I hate to say it … but that’s the way it is. This is a different age then it was 10 years ago or 20 years ago. We’ve got to protect the homeland here, that’s the number one.” — Mike Baker, of Ankeny, Iowa.

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“How can we let these people in our country until we vet them properly? Donald Trump is 100 percent right. … Everyone’s squawking constitutional rights, First Amendment, religious freedom. That only goes toward U.S. citizens. That does not go to people in other countries. They don’t have constitutional rights. So they’re blowing this whole thing out of proportion.” — New Hampshire state Rep. Al Baldasaro.

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“It’s hitting the nail in the head. …. He’s right, he’s absolutely right.” — Bill Kullander, of Des Moines, Iowa.

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“Under the circumstances, I think it’s a good idea.” If the country can’t vet people well enough, “I think it would be a good idea to keep them out of the U.S.” — Linda Weaver, of Indianola, Iowa.

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“I think he’s pretty much right on track actually on that. I think we are kind of at war with the Muslims, in a sense. ISIS and their beliefs and such. They’re not all bad people. We’re not all bad people. But it seems like, I mean, I don’t know, it just seems like they’re a different type of people.” — DeMarko Nereim, of Runnells, Iowa.

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“The only way to defeat this is to kill them before they kill us. … The question I would ask is: Is it morally right to allow people to come into this country at a time that ISIS is trying to infiltrate what (President Barack) Obama wants to let in?” — Gary Hopper, of Weare, New Hampshire.

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1 thought on “Singing to Trump’s tune”

  1. “Everyone’s squawking constitutional rights, First Amendment, religious freedom.”

    All of which is absolute bunkum.

    Indeed, the US Constitution’s “equal protection under law” provisions ONLY apply to US Citizens! What’s more, there is ALREADY a US federal law on the books (which has also passed Supreme Court legal muster) that allows the President to limit immigration from groups of foreigners that he/she may believe pose a threat to national security.

    In fact, President Jimmy Carter actually USED that law to bar All Iranians from immigrating to the USA back during the Iranian hostage crisis.

    So, NH State Representative Baldasaro is absolutely RIGHT ON when he says that the media have now blown Mr. Trump’s “let’s take a temporary pause” immigration proposal WAY out of all proportion with outright misquotes and lies….as they are most eager to do when it fits their own political (mostly leftward) leanings.

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