ToDaZeD Weaponized Fauxoutrage [Fout-rage]

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  1. Yep,
    I always thought it was pretty simple:
    • Those who come here to be good Americans, to become one of us, are welcome (as my father and grandparents were).
    • Those who come here to steal our wealth (live on welfare), do us harm (criminals, psychos, disease carriers, and terrorists), won’t assimilate (colonists), or want to change our way of life (subversives, islamists, statists, etc.) are frikkin’ invaders.

    Comment by DougM (flawed chap) — August 3, 2017 @ 12:52 pm

  2. And when did the sentimental poem afterthought become law?
    Yet another ignorant misunderstanding of US History.
    Prolly lots of people out there were wagging their heads agreeing with that false statement as they watched the exchange.
    Most from public indoctrination centers (schools) that were taught little of value or fact to make informed decisions on civic responsibility (except to look forward to the next vote to make recreational cannabis legal–which they will then want illegals to do the work they are too stoned to do)

    Comment by mech — August 3, 2017 @ 2:05 pm

  3. In Canada, you’re expected to bring skills that are needed. Why should we be any different?

    Comment by Max Redline — August 3, 2017 @ 2:25 pm

  4. That’s what happens when you come prepared.
    ie: Bring a bazooka to a dirt clod snoball fight.

    Comment by Dave — August 3, 2017 @ 6:27 pm

  5. Sean Spicer won the interwebs with his hilarious tweet: Hey, @CNN Jim Acosta will be late getting back to the office. He’s stopping by the doctor to have Stephen Miller’s foot removed from his ass.

    Comment by Bobo the Hobo — August 4, 2017 @ 4:28 am

  6. dick durbin says, “The biggest flaw in this proposal is the notion that there are long lines of Americans waiting to pick fruit and to work in hospitals and hotels and restaurants and meat-processing plants,”
    There sure as hell would be if the masses of Americans weren’t on the government teat – generation after generation. End that, pronto, and we’ll see how quickly those lines form (after the riots, of course).

    Comment by bo1921 — August 4, 2017 @ 5:20 am

  7. 3^ Max Redline: “In Canada, you’re expected to bring skills that are needed.”
    Maybe that’s why streisand, cher, and amy schumer, and however many others never moved there… No skills.

    Comment by OldFert — August 4, 2017 @ 1:44 pm

  8. ^ that’s why streisand, cher, and amy schumer, and however many others never moved there… No skills.
    Nah, that’s not why. Only draft dodgers ran to Canada, and doncha know they’re all patriots and waiting for the draft.

    Comment by dick, not quite dead white guy — August 4, 2017 @ 6:56 pm

  9. The whole immigration thing is merely the GOPe and the Dems fighting for new voters.

    However, the GOPe is stupid enough to think they’re going to get votes from immigrants over the Dems, who have over a 100 years of practice when it comes to making sure people vote “the right way.”

    Comment by Blake — August 5, 2017 @ 6:17 am

  10. 6^ bo1921 Durbin says there are no “…long lines of Americans waiting to pick fruit and to work in hospitals and hotels and restaurants and meat-processing plants…”

    Of course we know where this would lead. Labor cost increases to attract labor. Increased labor costs yield product cost increases. Some smart guy figures a way to automate/mechanize. That automation/mechanization becomes less cost-prohibitive, and therefore mechanization happens.

    Comment by OldFert — August 5, 2017 @ 8:57 am

  11. ^ mechanization happens and productivity rises, cost of goods goes down, demand rises and the demand for skilled labor (designing and maintaining the machines) goes up. Smart people see the resulting high wages for skilled labor, attain skills and the American dream is alive. Less smart people do what they always do.

    Comment by Nomen Nescio — August 5, 2017 @ 1:30 pm

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