The vice presidential debate, and the VP match up, are crucial for our country! More than any other in modern history, at least.
Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris are very different individuals. Not just beings of different sexes, races, and religions, but also radically different in their world views and values.
Pence is pro-family, pro-life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, pro-religion, pro-national defense, pro-law and order, and pro-peace through quiet strength.
Mrs. Harris, like Mr. Biden, is anti-family, anti-life, anti-law and order, anti-defense, anti-religion, pro-socialist, pro-communist, pro-abortion, and pro-chaos and disorder.
The differences are quite stark. The choice should be easy enough!
Not mentioned is a key issue: Trump has empathy for Americans, and Harris definitely lacks it — according to their actions. If I were Pence, I would press this fact during the VP debate.
Specifically, Trump recently fired the federal Tennessee Valley Authority CEO over his decision to replace 200 American STEM workers with H1-B visa replacements.
He then made an executive order prohibiting any federal agency doing the same.
He has slowed down the use of H1-B visas, which should be used only when there is no American available with the skills needed, but which is usually abused.
Sen. Harris is the Dem sponsor of bill S.386, which seeks to double the number of these visas, further harming American STEM workers.
Thus, Harris, by her actions, is against Americans. Trump, by his actions, is for Americans.
Perhaps someone could explain why anyone would vote for someone, who by their actions, is against Americans instead of voting for someone who is for Americans.
I think a lot of Republicans, Independents, and even many Democrats who vote for Biden-Harris are going to find themselves saying after the election, “God, what have we wrought?”
I want to obtain the candidates’ stance on illegal immigration and how federal immigration law might be improved.
I am for legal immigration, against illegal immigration, and would like to see the US move toward a skills-based immigration system.
It is better to have immigrants who are quickly able to become productive wherever they are allowed to immigrate.
A skills-based immigration system favors my position. Canada has one now, awarding points to immigration applicants based on the skills that they possess.
The number of low-skilled jobs in all countries is declining, and will continue to decline, with such jobs being replaced by automation.
What skills are needed? Skills should include being able to read, speak, and write English.
Other skills would be whatever our economy needs at the time. These are the criteria any sane country would use for immigration.
I wonder how long it will take before Harris goes off on a rant about America being a systemically racist society, and claim that Trump backs white supremacists?
I heard lots of that when the BLM protests were in full swing.
What I’m really hoping for is to hear more about which party has done the most for people of color living in poverty.
Will it be Joe Biden, who has been in DC for 47 years, or Donald Trump, with what he has done for the jobs market?
The true, objective answer is obvious. It will be up to Pence to make the case.
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