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Wed Nov 20, 2019, 01:50 PM Nov 2019

"This is the country I've served and defended... And here, right matters."

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I had sort of expected to see this plastered all over the MSM, but had trouble finding it at all yesterday. Today this comes from a NYT opinion piece.

I kept thinking of the gold star father at the Dem convention (sorry I can't remember his name). These are the true faces of immigration in the U.S. Who, in their right mind, would want to reduce our access to such people?

I guess "in their right mind" is the key....

Edit: Here's an excellent statement of Vidman's impact.


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"This is the country I've served and defended... And here, right matters." (Original Post) LAS14 Nov 2019 OP
... handmade34 Nov 2019 #1
And he's Ukrainian! sandensea Nov 2019 #2
I've added this to the OP. Definitely a good statement of Vindman's impact. LAS14 Nov 2019 #3


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2. And he's Ukrainian!
Wed Nov 20, 2019, 01:53 PM
Nov 2019

Immigrants sometimes have a deeper understanding of American values than many born in the U.S.

Well, than most Republicans anyway.

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