Look JBear, the point I’ve said more than once is the demonization of the immigrants by the same people who are hiring them is what my problem is. People like Trump make these people out to be lazy freeloaders and drug dealers, when in actuality they wouldn’t be coming here if they didn’t have a promise of jobs. All they want to do is work, and they work harder than most Americans, they work for dirt wages and they don’t get the protection of law enforcement because they won’t go to the police if something happens.
They are coming to a bad situation because the situation they are coming from is worse. We sit here in our nice comfortable air conditioned homes watching the Bucs and ordering our wings from Uber Eats and criticizing these people like they are good for nothing. Well, that doesn’t sit well with me. I’m all in favor of having a sensible immigration policy whatever that is, but its the demonization for political gain, which is epitomized by Trump’s wall, which is what I object to.
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Thanks, Venezuala Dominion Voting and cheating, law changing LfDems
Ya better be careful. You may find yourself on the defendant list of a multi-billion dollar lawsuit.
Also, unlike Trump’s many suits, this one has merit. Both active suits will most likely end in settlement. (Fox even dumped Lou Dobbs. It’s not going to effect the lawsuits, but it shows that they’re doing some shit in an attempt to bolster their defence.)
Texas and Mexico burns, and TrashBiden is on the phone with hitler and taking endless naps!!
First, Texas, in order to avoid federal regulation, is not touted into the federal grid. They tried to save $$ by failing to winterise their equipment and the were ducked in the long run. They have more fossil fuels available to them, yet they are incapable of maintaining power when they get an inch or so of snow.
On Mexico’s power, don’t they run their own power, being another country and all?
As an added observation, I think it’s time Republicans stop claiming Lincoln as “their” best president. That just shows how changed to the party has made it increasingly worse with time.
Lincoln began as a Whig. At that time, Democrats, (older than the GOP, btw), were the Party of States Rights. (Sounds like modern Republicans to me). Whigs were the party of infrastructure and representative of a strong government, which supported all people.
Whigs evolved into Republicans, which in their youth, were the “libtards”. It was a long transition that caused to parties to morph into the mirror image of each other, so by today’s standard, Lincoln wouldn’t have been a Republican.
Look at the past Democratic presidents, post Kennedy, and Prior to Obama. LBJ was from Texas. Jimmy Carter was Governor of Georgia, and Clinton held the same position in Arkansas. This isn’t surprising. The old school Dixiecrats were represented by George Wallace, et al. When Johnson signed The Civil Rights Act into law, he commented that he’d just signed the South over to Republicans for the next thirty years. He was slightly wrong. Racists flicked to the Republicans and it’s almost been sixty years, not thirty.
The amazing thing is that, just when you think it can’t get any lower, Republicans become the party of Q and other Conspiracy theories. They don’t even have a platform. They’ve been relegated to a party that stands for nothing outside of attempting to win elections through gerrymandering, voter suppression, and labelling others as Baby-Eating Satanists.
FWIW, Republicans have the religious whack jobs. I can attest that, as a dedicated Socialist, I’ve never eaten a baby, (knowingly, at least), and my sole viewpoint on Satan is that is a fictional character from a group of mythical writings that date back up to 4,000 years. One would think that, should religion not be a hoax, the god figure in the bible world have come out with a sequel, or at least an update. It’s not like there hasn’t been time. (BTW, King James editing out the books that solely exist in the original Catholic bible, does not count as a revision. I’m fairly certain that there aren’t many people left in developed nations that still believe in the “divine right of kings”. (Should anyone be unfamiliar with “divine right of kings”, your educational institutions have failed you.))
I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.
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