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Sucks to be you, Paul Ryan! Not as much as it sucks to be a Dream Act kid, of course. But if a million DREAMers have to wait for That Orange Lunatic to decide what to do about DACA, at least it’s ruining your Labor Day weekend, too, Paulie!

It’s all fun and games when you’re spending four years howling about Obama’s tyrannical edicts. Not so fun when you “win” and your supporters expect you to go round up a million people and deport them. Well, half your supporters. Your first wife, you know the one with all the money, she’s royally pissed that you’re going to force business owners to hire and retrain 7,000 employees a week. She does not donate all that cash to your PAC so you can go out waste $61 million a week on recruiting and hiring new employees. But sister wife number two is going to lose her racist mind if you don’t get to deporting all those scary Messicans, who are definitely the reason there are no jobs in Appalachia. Just last week she saw one of ’em leave a dirty microwave down at the Circle K, and she’s pretty sure it was a MS-13!

Bigamy is hard, bro!

So Republicans put on their thinking caps and came up with A PLAN! They’re going to jump up and down and shout, “There ought to be a law!”

Yeah, it’s a really dumb plan. Particularly when you hold the White House and both Houses of Congress! But the majority of Americans support DACA, which allows people brought here as kids to apply for a permit to stay here and work legally. So now Republicans have to figure out how to kill DACA without seeming like racist assholes.

CNN reports,

[…]Ryan has also voted alongside Republicans for years in efforts to strip funding from deferred action or end it, and Ryan’s office emphasized he is not supportive of the executive version of the program.

Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong emphasized after the interview: “The speaker does not agree with President Obama’s DACA overreach. He believes it is Congress’s responsibility to set immigration law.”

Hey, Mr. Speaker! We can’t help but notice that you and the sister wives have held all the cards for seven months now. If you were just mad that the mean black guy stoled your magic powers, you could have dealt with “Congress’s responsibility to set immigration law” any time in the last 225 days*. Were you so busy trying to take health insurance away from 25 million Americans that it plum slipped your mind? Lucky for the you, the Republican Attorneys General are here to remind you and the President.

They will not be ignored!

The goon squad has given Trump until Tuesday to cancel DACA, or else they’re going to sue. And they’ll probably win. Although Tennessee’s AG Herbert Slattery, III is already backing away from the lawsuit.

The request made by the States did not ask the federal government to deport anyone or rescind DACA permits that have already been issued. This request was made for many of the same reasons Tennessee successfully challenged the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program. Notably, the leading sentences in that complaint were “This lawsuit is not about immigration. It is about the rule of law, presidential power, and the structural limits of the U.S. Constitution.” While characterized often as anti-immigration, this action was really an attempt to preserve the authority of Congress to make policy and pass legislation.

Heritage, not hate, dontcha know! But Jeff Sessions, who never misses a chance to let his racist flag fly, has said that the Justice Department will not defend DACA in court. And Texas AG Ken Paxton is busy getting a bikini wax and a mani-pedi this weekend so he’ll be ready to take his briefs and run right into the warm embrace of the federal court for the Southern District Court of Texas.

So the slightly-less-craven-asshole wing of the GOP is in a pickle. In January, Senators Graham, Flake and Murkowski sponsored legislation to “fix” DACA, but it went nowhere. The pitchfork brigade is going to sue them next week. Everything at the White House is on fire all the time, so they’re no help. ICE is already rounding up people who were brought here as babies, paid their $465 for the permit and background check, and came out of the shadows to become taxpayers. And the Republicans are going to get the blame when the media starts printing horror stories of families torn apart by deportation.

WHICH THEY DESERVE FOR STOKING RACISM TO WIN ELECTIONS FOR THIRTY YEARS.

Yes, you worthless sumbitches! There ought to be a law. And there would have been a law if you lying hypocrites hadn’t filibustered it four times! DACA exists because Obama was desperate to stop the hideous cruelty of taking people who were brought here as kids and deporting them to a country they’ve never known. And now you want to cry crocodile tears because you feel bad for these kids?

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  • Joe Beese

    These are terrible people.

    • TJ Barke

      To say the least.

    • OrG

      Assuming you mean the lawmakers and not the Dreamers,then yes, absolutely.

    • Permit-holder Ron

      They’d need a major injection of compassion and empathy to get UP to ‘terrible.’

  • memzilla Ω

    Someone needs to be voted right in the votaries with pointy steel-toed votes.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson
  • memzilla Ω

    BREAKING: White House Names Jared Kushner Director of Hispanic Outreach Effort

  • Why do these GOPers want to turn dreams into nightmares?

    I know, a rhetorical question…

    • OrG

      Economic anxiety.

  • Vincent Ricola

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/adolfoflores/daca-rescuer-hurricane-harvey?

    I’d rather live in a country with this guy than in a country with Paul Ryan or Jeff Sessions. Just sayin.

  • Elendira

    Hell, a Republican President, George W. Bush wanted to do something about this as well and the Republicans spiked that in committee too.

    Racist fucks. you deserve this. Fucking Obama’s fault my ass. Fuck you.

    • Jeffocaster in the West

      Strong message to follow.

    • jesterpunk

      Who? It went from Bill Clinton right to Obama with nothing in between.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Legislative action, however, is viewed as a long shot. Three major efforts on immigration reform under Presidents George W. Bush and Obama failed on Capitol Hill

    Still trying to find their way, eh?

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c248eead3658859a21f87703cd586cce32a7f522676d5b1852f4a3cd25611bde.png

    • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

      Letting Dreamers stay is extremely popular. But it’s not clear (to me) how many people would change their vote because of it. Probably Nazis would not vote Republican if they enact some kind of legal status for Dreamers, otherwise Rs may figure their other voters are a lock.

      • Good_Gawd_Yall

        The thing that always infuriates me is that if the Repukes do something completely reprehensible, which, ya know, they do all. the. fucking. time., it makes no difference at election time. But let the Dems try to do one thing that might do some good for someone who isn’t rich and white and people lose their everloving minds over it.

  • memzilla Ω
    • Resistance Fighter Callyson

      Shamelessly stolen for future use. This roadsign needs to go on all the roads, stat!

    • Msgr_MΩment

      I don’t know if I can support this sentiment.
      /s

    • ManchuCandidate

      One foot on the throat and one up my ass, hey!
      Well, there’s too much stupid, I can’t pass, no!
      So I tried my best legal act
      Well, baby, black and white come and beat my dumb ass again!
      Gonna write me up a 125

      Post my face wanted dead or alive
      Take my freedom, all that jive
      I can’t stand 45! Oh No!

  • Hey, those infants broke the law. If they wanted to come to America, they should have demanded that their parents take them to an embassy to apply for a visa and filled out the requisite forms.

    • Msgr_MΩment

      Start by deporting the 2-year-olds. They’re the real terrorists.

      • NellCote71

        You have obviously known a 2-year-old.

    • jesterpunk

      Those kids should have pulled themselves up by their bootstraps and come out of a ‘Merican vagina instead of a Messican one.

    • Daniel

      You can’t say that the Republicans’ stance on this is a surprise either- they have always, always been the party calling for more red tape and bureaucracy.

      • willi0000000

        except for corporate “persons.”

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    While characterized often as anti-immigration, this action was really an attempt to preserve the authority of Congress to make policy and pass legislation.

    Yeah, because this Congress would totally do things if we would just let it!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/025d7cc05f4c5f2441ea4e21ff83f9196f2c059a9071db4a3b48951fb2b5ec47.jpg

    • jesterpunk

      They didnt the entire time they controlled congress when Obama was President and haven’t done it now that they control all 3 branches of government. But they totally will eventually, they already said congress should do something which is enough for now.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      What I want to know is how a lawsuit by a bunch of AGs and a governor preserves the authority of Congress?

    • Serai 1

      Hey, be thankful they ARE so incompetent. Imagine what things would be like if these vicious egotists could actually get shit DONE.

      • Wee Mousie

        Well, they are getting some things done. Thanks to all of Trump’s immigration policies, crops may rot in the fields this fall for want of farm workers during the harvest season, That will inflate the price of fruit and vegetables, which will surely add to the grating of America.

        • Bitter Scribe

          When Trump’s voters walk into the produce section of their local Walmart this winter and see nothing for sale but potatoes and turnips, I’m sure they’ll blame Obama.

          • yolanda_maples

            Yeah I doubt they visit the produce section.

        • Serai 1

          That will inflate the price of fruit and vegetables, which will surely add to the grating of America.

          That is SO cheesy.

          • Wee Mousie

            I thought it was Gouda.

    • Bitter Scribe

      So, now that drawing Obama as a stick figure with satellite dishes for ears won’t get him anywhere, this guy is going after Republicans?

  • memzilla Ω
  • Latverian Diplomat

    “There’s the right thing to do, the wrong thing to do, and the Republican thing to do, which in this case involves taking the wrong thing to do, adding some spikes, and hitting kids with it.”
    — Paul Ryan

  • miss_grundy

    This will turn out like the “repeal and replace” health care legislation. DACA kids go to school and work. They contribute to their communities and they won’t go down without a fight. And Republicans can go to hell.

    • Serai 1

      They contribute a fuck of a lot more to our country and economy than those asswipe GOPpers.

  • Old town Urbandale

    I see a compromise in the works. The Dreamers will be allowed to stay, as long as they enroll in a DeVos-owned “school.”

    • SayItWithWookies

      Well now you’ve done it — they’re gone.

      • proudgrampa

        Yeah. They’ll NEVER get an education that way…

        • willi0000000

          . . . making them ideal republican voters.

          • proudgrampa

            Indeed.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    “Hmm, do the sensible, humane thing, or feed red meat to our base. What to do, what to do…”
    — Your Republican Party

  • jesterpunk
  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Got some grimly amusing OT news for us, WaPo?

    After Harvey, the Trump administration reconsiders flood rules it just rolled back

    This potential policy shift underscores the extent to which the reality of this week’s storm has collided with Trump officials’ push to upend President Barack Obama’s policies and represents a striking acknowledgment by an administration skeptical of climate change that the government must factor changing weather into some of its major infrastructure policies.

    Now, if we can just get the equivalent of Harvey to come along for DACA kids…

    • jesterpunk

      You know maybe those dumbasses could look into what the policies actually do before overturning them, then they wouldn’t be in this situation. But they just care about undoing anything Obama was for no matter what.

      • Good_Gawd_Yall

        HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
        (takes breath)
        HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

        • jesterpunk

          Yeah I know, Obama was for it so it had to go.

    • It…it is almost as if regulations HELP people and save money long term. Who knew????

  • Latverian Diplomat

    Neil Gorsuch is eagerly awaiting the opportunity to rule that a bunch of innocent kids have no rights. It’s always been a particular dream of his.

  • Khavrinen

    “Heritage, not of hate”

    FTFY

  • SayItWithWookies

    So this is like Obamacare repeal — they wanted it until they stared the consequences in the face, and now the fucking chickenshits are whining about the awful consequences. Consequences to them, at the ballot box — they still don’t give a flying fuck about brown people, but they’ll lose the moderate Republicans if the fuck up everyone’s neighborhood, and they’ll lose the Nazis if they let DACA stand. I feel about as much compassion for them as Ted Cruz did for Hurricane Sandy victims.

  • jesterpunk

    Some happy nice time news

    http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/20535284/best-stuff-college-football-week-1

    Austin, Texas, has become the temporary home for many Houston area residents evacuating their city to avoid Hurricane Harvey. With so many evacuees in the area, the University of Texas and the Red Cross are providing a reprieve from the devastation and loss by providing 500 tickets to Texas’ home opener against Maryland to Austin-area shelters.

    “The Longhorns’ guests will be provided with transportation to the game and vouchers for food at the stadium concession stands,” a university spokesman said. “There will also be a pregame moment of silence for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.”

    The Texas football program also participated in the University of Houston’s donation drive on Wednesday by providing the team’s equipment truck to collect donations for the hurricane victims. The Texas truck, along with Houston, SMU, Baylor, Texas State, North Texas and UTSA drove the donations back to a shelter in Houston on Friday morning. — Tom VanHaaren

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      Oh, man, thank you – we need a “happy nice time” story. So. Damn. Much.

  • efoveks

    Old joke: If the opposite of “pro” is “con” then the opposite of progress is….?

  • WomanInThePersistence

    This makes me so fucking angry. What the ever-loving fuck is wrong with these people?

    • Serai 1

      They don’t care about anyone who doesn’t look like them.

      • OutOfOrbit

        and/or give them monies

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    Isn’t it funny? Every. damn. time. you think the Repukes have sunk as low as they can possibly go, they dig a hole and go lower. It boggles the imagination that ANYONE can even conceive of the idea of taking a child and separating him/her from all known family, friends, and life circumstances and shipping him/her off to a country that’s vaguely remembered, if at all, and may be dangerous or even deadly – and yet they easily conceive it, and eagerly act on it. I hate these people with a passion that’s becoming dangerous to my own health.

    • OrG

      There is NO bottom.

      • jesterpunk

        They are trying to get to Ghina to tell them to stop the fake news climate change.

    • OutOfOrbit

      The electoral college, our Constitution and the SC(R)OTUS have all failed us.

  • Serai 1
    • Latverian Diplomat

      I’m a little surprised her job isn’t just to cut off all the “Made in China” tags.

      • Serai 1

        Well, since they aren’t made in China, I guess that would be silly.

        • Latverian Diplomat

          Think of the $$ that would be saved…they are leaving Ameros on the table.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      Imagine being so craven and addicted to money that you would make these pieces of crap in your factory (the owner, of course, not the employees). I hope they have a massive vote that totally destroys the votey things and the owner forgot to renew his vote insurance.

      • Not only do they make them, they will probably go belly up without the cheap undocumented labor doing so.

      • Daniel

        To be fair, it’s a Confederate Flag and Lighter Fuel factory. You can buy both their products together in an attractive gift bag with a free c.d of Free Bird thrown in.

      • Serai 1

        But then where would all those employees go to vote?

    • BeachBum

      I hope one of her kids becomes prez.

  • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

    According to Kris Killa Kobach on MSNBC yesterday, all the DACA kids are thugs and murderers and gang bangers. (I’m gonna assume he did not mean pr0n gang bangers.) That is why he supports Little Babby Donnie using the cruelest possible methods to drop kick them over the border*.
    ________________________________________
    * worth noting that most undocumented are not from Mexico and many are from Asia and many countries refuse to recognize/accept some/all those people back. Trumpy says that’s no problem: If a country won’t take back someone he says is their citizen he will “fuck them up”. (EO2017-43)

    • jesterpunk

      I wonder how the citizens of Kansas feel about him being paid to write for Dead Breitbart?

      • Christopher Story

        Not a fan.

  • WomanInThePersistence
    • OrG

      Thanks for always reminding me I need to listen to Woody.

      • WomanInThePersistence

        A good white guy from Oklahoma.

  • Iron Monkey

    Ryan couldn’t pour piss out of a boot if the instructions were written on the heel.

    • OrG

      There’s a pee-hooker joke in there somewhere.

      • BeachBum

        Its her boot.

    • That was one of my father’s favorite expressions, except he used the term “cold piss.” Don’t know if that made it work any better.

  • onedollarjuana

    Obv. this is what the Congress wants, they just don’t wanna be blamed for it. So if they just do nothing, they can blame it on Trump.

    • Daniel

      And again:

      the party of personal responsibility, everyone.

    • They are so used to getting to go back home and blame the scary black guy for all their failures that they are at a loss.
      Won’t someone think of the poor grifting lying scum?

  • Permit-holder Ron

    I think I have finally exceeded my quota of ‘furious’ for the day. It’s affecting my ability to snark clearly.
    Laters, gators.

  • rosenbomb

    “Pro-life” Republicans are at it again.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      Whenever a typical Republican says he’s “pro-life,” you know he’s thinking the word “white” where the hyphen is.

      • rosenbomb

        And most of the time, he adds the word “rich” in there as well.

        • Bub, the cynical zombie

          No, I think they’re fine with poor white babies. After all, Todd & Muffy might need to adopt.

          • Daniel

            Todd and Muffy being too gauche to afford a proper Vietnamese baby, which is what all the best people are going for now. Or maybe one from one of those former French colonies in Africa? They have some darling little orphans and they go well with everything.

      • Daniel

        And “male” and “wealthy” and “straight”. That hyphen covers a multitude of Republican virtues.

      • OutOfOrbit

        or a stripper/hooker like the FLOTUS

        • Good_Gawd_Yall

          “Floozy of the US”? That’s what I think when I see FLOTUS applied to that person.

    • jesterpunk

      They are only “Pro-life” until the babby is born, after that they need to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and get a job.

      • Daniel

        Unless they’re born to wealthy parents, in which case the government needs to intervene to make sure those parents are never taxed on their money so the kid can inherit and have at least a chance at a decent life. It’s the American dream.

        • jesterpunk

          Well yeah those kids made good choices and decided to be born to rich high quality white people.

  • mardam422

    Won’t someone think of the Republican congresscritters?!!!?!!

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      I have been. I’ve been concentrating very hard, in fact. And the lack of Scanners like head explosions indicates, to me at least, that PK does not work.

    • Wee Mousie

      Sure thing, as long as no one tells me what to think of them.

  • ManchuCandidate

    Just when you think the GOP can’t be bigger racist assholes they go out and prove everyone wrong.

    • Daniel

      GoPatse.

    • OrG

      “Oh yeah? Hold my beer….”

    • BeachBum

      IDK, it seems that the more they lose support in the polls, the lower they go to find support. Expanding the tent in a way.

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    This is from an excellent essay by David Roth and better than I ever could it explains why I think all the people who are urging 45 to do the right thing are making a huge mistake. They ought to be urging him to kick everyone out of the country who he possibly can get rid of, because he’s always going to do the wrong thing:

    “Trump now “executes” by way of the The Junior Soprano Method. When he senses that his staff is trying to get him to do one thing, Trump defiantly does the opposite; otherwise he bathes in the commodified reactionary grievance of partisan media, looking for stories about himself. It takes days for his oafish and overmatched handlers to coax him into even a coded and qualified criticism of neo-Nazis, and an instant for him to willfully undo it. Of course he brings more vigor to the latter than the former; he doesn’t really understand why he had to do the first thing, but he innately and deeply understands why he did the second. The first is invariably about someone else—some woman, there was a car accident, like during or maybe after that thing—and therefore, as an asshole, he does not and cannot really care about it. The second is about him and therefore, as an asshole, he really, really does.”
    Full essay here:
    https://thebaffler.com/latest/the-president-of-blank-sucking-nullity-

    • OutOfOrbit

      reverse psychology

      • BeachBum

        I thought that didn’t work after 7 yrs of age? At least not on my kids.

        • Daniel

          You’re right, it doesn’t work on anyone over seven…

          wait a minute…

        • OutOfOrbit

          see below

      • Spurning Beer

        I’m a reverse psychologist. Maybe I can help.

        • BeachBum

          Good one !

          • Spurning Beer

            Okay, then I take it back.

    • Daniel

      This shows more proficiency with language than he ever displayed in Van Halen.

      • OrG

        “Hot for Teacher” libelz!

    • Serai 1

      Holy shit, for a second there, I though you were talking about this David Roth:

      https://demonszone.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/David-Lee-Roth.jpg

      I was thinking, “Dave’s writing political essays now? Who knew he had it in him?”

      • ManchuCandidate

        Hot For Teacher was a existentialist essay on education and… uh, being hot for teacher.

      • Daniel

        I still think Ozzy Osbourne’s work on the Palmerston years is hands down the greatest work of rock star political scholarship ever. Even Plant on the negotiations for Britain’s entry to the EEC is nowhere near it, despite better sales.

        • Good_Gawd_Yall

          LOL

        • Serai 1

          Page authored a couple of really good papers on the EU economy, as well. I think Clapton gave up on trying to reconcile the problems inherent in Middle East trade, which is a pity as he had some interesting suggestions on the subject.

      • Daniel

        Might as well Trump – the essay that finally reconciled him to Ted Nugent.

    • Oh I’m just an average Trump with a bad fake toupee
      You know that I never mean what I say
      I like pee girls and fake gold and books full of boobs
      I am president now of all of you rubes

      But sometimes that’s just not enough to keep a Trump like me invested
      I gotta go out and say shit to ruin somebody’s day
      Fuck all them Dreamers and poors, trans and Gays
      They are all getting in my white ranger’s way
      Cause I’m an asshole eol eol eol

      • Covfefe

        I’m still struggling with pussies, hand and bushes.

  • BeachBum

    I ranted about this on Friday’s Wonkagenda. I will distill it to lazy, jealous, selfish, prejudiced white people.

  • Wee Mousie

    “Republicans put on their thinking caps and came up with A PLAN.” Fake News! Fake News!

    Republicans pulled the plugs from their ears, uncorking the cavernous holes inside their heads and released a brain fart.

    • bupkus231

      That implies there’s something in there. I suspect it would be more like the sudden release of a vacuum….

  • Me not sure

    So when you get elected to Congress some people expect you to do things? Why do Republicans even run?

    • Serai 1

      So they can keep things from getting done, of course. And so they can grift as much money as possible for themselves and their rich buds.

    • OrG

      $$$

    • HooverVilles

      To do things the Koch brothers expect!

    • Daniel

      WE KEEP TELLING YOU “GOVERNMENT DOESN’T WORK!”
      NOW LET US GET ON WITH THAT!

  • The Librarian

    Hypocrisy, thy name is, Ryan, Sessions, Paxton……fuck it. Let’s just say GOP in general. I know a very nice DACA young man. Works hard, full scholarship to Cal, friend of Spawn2. You know, the kind of person that actually makes America great.

    How about we strip GOP congress of their citizenship for being traitors to their country and let them go through the steps to become citizens again. Maybe the Liberty statue will then mean more to them.

    • jesterpunk

      They would never pass the citizenship test.

      • The Librarian

        Oh, no, how awful!!! /s

      • Have you seen the Test? Most Natural-born Americans I have met would fail…

        • jesterpunk

          Yeah, the test is not easy and even getting to the point you can take the test is something that takes forever with all kinds of hoops to go through. Unless your rich then you can skip all of that.

          • bupkus231
          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            today our prof mentioned the correct answer to what was the civil war about is slavery and suggested one could argue states’ rights if one wanted to – which instantly made me think of the simpson’s episode where Apu becomes a citizen and the show makes a joke of that EXACT thing.

            Freaky.

          • bupkus231

            Right – and the KKK was about heritage….

            [ I know what you say is what has been taught for all too long – but I think anyone who thinks of “states’ rights” in this context is just looking to avoid the question – just like “Heritage, not hate” ]

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            no, I’m saying, he told us the correct answer IS slavery – not that states’ rights bullshit.

            In the Simpson’s episode – Apu makes this long argument about slavery and economics and stuff and the immigration officer tells him, “just say slavery.”

          • bupkus231

            Gotcha. I guess I missed that Simpson’s epi…

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            if you can catch, do. It’s a good one and I think was made teh last time we were arguing about immigrants…okay, actually teh time before that.

          • Daniel

            It also features the lines “and really your only crime was violating US law” and “the thing that really aggravazes me about immigants is they don’t even bother to learn the langige properly.”

            Which I liked.

          • bupkus231

            I dunno – how many years of episodes are there?

            Never mind – just found a site, “SimpsonsWorld”, which apparently sponsored by FXX – which allowed me to find and watch the episode for free ( looks like after a “free pass”, one has to sign up )

            Link: http://www.simpsonsworld.com/video/310404675978

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            cool!

          • Daniel

            8/10- I got the term length for Representatives wrong and I don’t have a senator because I don’t live in the US, but I did get “give one reason colonists came to America” correct. I went with “freedom”. I think answering any question with that is an automatic pass.

          • jesterpunk

            I got 8/10 right.The 2 I got wrong had multiple answers and where pretty difficult without studying for hours before the test.

          • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

            10 out of 10, I R SMRT!

        • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

          i was the only person who raised my hand to answer how many senators there are.

          Some people even mumbled the wrong answer.

      • The minute the question came up of “Who founded our country” and Ryan put down “Ann Rand!”…..

        • Daniel

          He crossed out the “ed” assuming it was a typo first.

        • jesterpunk

          Or Jesus and Moses who brought the first 10 amendments down from the coal mines in the mountains in Appalachia.

          • Daniel

            And that’s why the first amendment reads “thou shalt not regulate thine businesses, especially coal mineths.”

  • Slightly OT but relevant:
    You may of seen this but Snopes forgets to mention that there is an envelope in the hat to mail Trump the $40…
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1ccd2f7b1dbc597158ca66670cf381335d1e024e1d28bd89a5358693255ff3e6.png

    • This is fake, right? Photoshopped? I saw this yesterday and I was all…no way would SS allow this so fake, but I…can’t see the pixelation on the ends of a blurry picture so now I gotta ask

      • That germophobe in a rescue boat around strangers?

        • you are right. But he is not rescuing, he is handing out merch

          • Rick Hill

            The guy gave him his hat to sign and he threw it into the flood after he finished.

      • TJ Barke

        Of course. You could never get that pussy out there like that…

    • Rick Hill

      Went to a client’s yesterday. Big trump supporter. He had to crow about how trump has organized such a great response to Harvey. The way those folks sprang into action to help as well.Unlike Katrina, he added. I was not completely certain but, aside from the inexplicable delay in getting aid there, I remember how FEMA and other organizations didn’t respond quickly, as well. In particular I remember how someone noted that the response to Andrew was much better with a lot of aid on the ground and ready before the hurricane struck. Not wanting to get into an argument with him but I like to be factual when I speak. Unlike certain head up their ass conservatives that I won’t mention.
      Also, be aware this is what the wingnuts are spinning, right now.

      • They are spinning “We got one right!!!!” ?

        • Rick Hill

          That trump saved the day. By doing what, I’m not clear on but, yup. It’s there

          • Well, he did not completely fuck it up, as of yet. Smile at them and mention “Yeah, it is great he is now considering putting back all those regulations he stripped, too!”

      • AJ Milne

        Trump: did not have all flood victims deported to save cash.

        Supporters: Presditential pivot!

      • They all have GOP bullshit word artist Frank Luntz on speeddail

      • jesterpunk

        They are giving Trump credit for citizens helping other citizens.

      • Gulf-Coast Texans are hardly out of the soup now. Many will have to be housed for months, many will suffer from chemical exposure. The Harvey response is still ongoing, and Irene is on the way. Let’s see how well FEMA does.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      Did some people actually need Snopes to confirm that picture is bullshit?

      • idk bub, him passing out merch instead of helping someone does seem legit…..

        • Daniel

          Him doing so in a legitimately dangerous situation though…

      • Daniel

        I know! His tie is purple for Christ’s sake! He never wears purple!

      • AJ Milne

        Sign of the times.

        A photo of Trump snorting coke offa Putin’s (excerpted on grounds of taste/you don’t need the image), I’d probably Snopes it too. Just to be sure.

        • also fair

        • Bub, the cynical zombie

          A picture of Trump snorting coke off Putin’s junk is far more likely to be real than this.

          • AJ Milne

            I was _gonna_ say ‘tea table’…

            (Okay. No, I wasn’t.)

  • bbayliss

    Maybe there should be some rules before these “illegals” pay their $500 every two years to avoid being deported; How about:
    are under 31 years of age as of June 15, 2012;
    came to the U.S. while under the age of 16;
    have continuously resided in the U.S. from June 15, 2007 to the present.
    entered the U.S. without inspection or fell out of lawful visa status before June 15, 2012;
    were physically present in the United States on June 15, 2012, and at the time of making the request for consideration of deferred action with USCIS;
    are currently in school, have graduated from high school, have obtained a GED, or have been honorably discharged from the Coast Guard or armed forces;
    have not been convicted of a felony offense, a significant misdemeanor, or more than three misdemeanors of any kind; and
    do not pose a threat to national security or public safety.
    Those are the current rules? never mind…

    • Covfefe

      There’s a moral to this. When the cop comes in and wants blood from the accident victim in a coma, if you’re a DACA, you forget the rules and do what the cop wants, otherwise. . . .

      • bbayliss

        Naw, that’s the purpose of sanctuary cities,
        cooperation with local authorities. (as long as they’re not asking you to break the law)

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    It’s wrong of us to judge the delicate Republican congresspeople so harshly, y’all. I’m sure they have good reasons to be threatened by the DACA kids. For one thing, the DACA kids, for the most part, are educated and passionate about this country, while the Congresscritters are paste-eating addle-brained evildoers who care only about themselves and people who are exactly, completely, totally like themselves. Small wonder the critters are a-skeered of being replaced: there are better people everywhere who, in a just and sane world, would, indeed, replace them.

  • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

    hola friends!

    I’m back from immigration class! We did not learn about DACA, but you won’t be surprised to learn that I learned our rules about citizenship are fucked!

    • bupkus231

      Gee – you could’ve learned that here! Maybe for all the wrong reasons, but…

      • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

        oooh no – you should see the hand out he gave us on the rules…all 8 fucking pages of it.

        • bupkus231

          I could have told you our rules about citizenship were fucked in one sentence. In fact, I did….

          Of course, I didn’t give you the details….

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            i may have to take some photos, cause it’s fucked.
            (i think it’s on the web though).

  • Scooby

    Just read the comments on Breitbart on this. They say they will abandon him en masse if he doesn’t end this. So, I am assuming he will end it. Without those goobers he’s got no one.

    • yeah right, they will never abandon him and money walks.
      All those rich people relying on all that cheap labor? He will find a way to keep em

      • Remember when the Texas Tea Party Caucus passed legislation which would fine employers $10K for every illegal employee but made an exception for domestic staff?

    • Mr. Blobfish

      Not so sure. He was supposed to announce yesterday but had to delay. Something is up.

      • puredog

        He’s just building suspense; it’s the old Apprentice thing. He’ll end it.

  • Robbertjan Brandenburg

    Checking Twitter today to see people opposing the whole DACA idea really wants me to put on combat outfit, a blue helmet and loading a HK 406 to join a UN peace keeping mission towards the US. These people are awful and might need a civil way to take care of so the UN can send in the USFOR peace keeping troops.

    • Keep in mind half those people are not murricans, or even human, so there is that. The bulk of Americans do indeed support DACA. It is the VERY least we could do, but at least it is something

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        For what it’s worth: Everyone in Europe is appalled what is happening in the US but everyone sees that there are sides and that the good side is still the majority.

        • It really is sides. I know everyone laments the “division” but fuck that. I do not WANT to be united with fearfilled bigots.
          Thanks but no thanks

        • Courser_Resistance

          Thanks. Keep reminding us of that. I spent most of this week in the mountains to relax and commune with nature to clear my head. It’s breaking my heart to see the demise of our democracy.

          • Daniel

            Speaking from the UK, we are basically gobsmacked that your President is so utterly unlike y’all. As a perishing balloon filled with mouldy porridge, collapsing under its own weight and only held together by poorly fitting suits and ties that are so long it’s a wonder they haven’t got caught in the blades of Marine One yet, he is not a man that we think represents you.

          • OrG

            Yep, I was recently in the UK and everyone I talked to was appalled by tRump. But they weren’t blaming ME.

          • puredog

            I like the tie idea, so long as it is done crisply with votes.

          • HorseChestnut

            That was so kind, thank you.

          • HooverVilles

            Thank you.

    • Daniel

      If there’s one thing genocidal regimes hate it’s UN peacekeepers.

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        So send them in and to piss of the Trumpians llet’s start with African ones.

    • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

      Come in low and fast in your black helicopters with Wagner blaring from your speakers. It scares the hell out of the crackers.

  • jesterpunk
  • Bub, the cynical zombie
    • OrG

      Don’t want, will take your word for it.

    • BrendaKay

      Just acting like a typical GOP politician. Helping folks in need doesn’t help spread hate & fear.

  • Resistance Fighter Astraea
    • Well, that, and pure old racism.
      It is mostly the racism.

    • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

      apparently, we still have quotas.

    • H0mer0

      apparently working for less than minimum wage in sweltering temperatures to send home or support your family is “greedy.”

  • Apple Scruff

    “We are seeing a remarkably different president…” – Alex Witt just now on MSNBC, on 45’s visit to Texas, “meeting” with flood victims.

    SHUTTHEFUCKUPWITHTHATSHIT.

    • jesterpunk
      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        Some good graphics artist should dub Trump’s mug on top of Loki’s and slow the last half second of that down so that we can see it.

        I’d pay a whole fine cigar for that!

    • What even.
      It isn’t a meeting when you cheer about your crowd size and it is no different than anything else he did

    • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

      CNN.com’s headline all morning (not on front page, but on this story)

      “Trump returns to Gulf Coast for test as ‘comforter in chief'”

      • Daniel

        Well, he is something of a wet blanket.

        • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

          Wet noodle dick.

      • Covfefe

        You make that sound like an audition.

      • Mr. Blobfish

        He’s just going there to scope out the titties.

        • puredog

          “Did you see that Houston gal in her wet t-shirt? She was a ten!”

          • Daniel

            “Some, I assume, are flood people.”

          • HooverVilles

            Quoth the #FakePivot POTUS.

      • Rick Hill

        Someone must have told trump he was being compared to the past presidents and found to have no empathy. After looking up what empathy means….and then trying to find a place to buy some….

        • Skadi

          That reminds me of the anecdote Molly Ivins used to tell about Phil Gramm:

          The most touching story I ever heard about Gramm was from a fellow senator who used to tell Gramm: “You’ll never be president, Phil, because you’ve got no heart.”

          For some reason, Gramm, who has more than amply demonstrated his indifference to what his colleagues think of him, took this guy seriously. For years afterward, whenever Gramm had done anything that remotely smacked of compassion, he’d come up to this senator and say, “Whatta ya think, whatta ya think–am I showing heart yet?”

          Well, it is sort of touching.

      • Apple Scruff

        I just watched literally 30 seconds of it before I had to turn it off. He is so uncomfortable and stiff, he can barely hold back his disgust as he shakes the peoples’ hands. All he feels comfortable doing is posing for selfies.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      This shit really is getting tiresome. If you adopt a dog that has mauled numerous people, you don’t start assuming that he has changed just because he went an hour without biting somebody.

    • Spurning Beer

      Don’t make Evan go all Glenn Thrush on your ass, Alex.

    • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

      Yet another #FakePivot.

      • HooverVilles

        Spread #FakePivot POTUS everywhere!

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      The fact that he is occasionally able to play the role of president for a few minutes – as long as someone else writes the lines and gives him direction – does NOT mean he is changing. He’s 71 years old, and by this time anyone with half a fucking brain should know exactly what he is.

  • rosenbomb

    O/T: watched The Founder last night on Netflix. It’s a biographical film about Ray Kroc, aka the reason we have McDonald’s all over the damn place. All I could think about is how selfish Ray Kroc must have been, and how he is the perfect example of capitalism winning out over integrity. It’s basically Libertarian masturbatory material.

    • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

      That’s a good flick. I liked it.
      And yeah, he was kind of a dick – your comment made me wonder if he was obsessed, or if he really knew this shit woudl make him a multi-millionaire.

      Probably a bit of both.

      • rosenbomb

        The guy had vision, that’s for sure.

        • Skadi

          Say what you want about it, at least it’s an ethos.

      • HooverVilles

        Yeah, I just saw that recently and I think you are right about the probably a bit of both part.

    • MizzMazz

      Yeah, well worth the watch. And that whole, “Create the supply and the demand will follow” thing? Where have we heard that recently?

      • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

        IKR?

        I couldn’t believe that when I heard that, cause that was around around when dummy said it.

        • MizzMazz

          It was kind o Ray’s turning point when he realised using the catch-phrases wasn’t working so much, and just went for appealing to people’s greed.

    • Daniel

      Libertarians are obliged to masturbate. Anything else would be taking from someone else.

      • AJ Milne

        I kinda feel it’s tantamount to expropriation I even hadda think about it, though.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    As with ACA, the Republican dogs have caught the DACA car.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Trump will be the first president to profit from a natural disaster. I don’t know how, but his tremendous organization will make money off of Harvey.

    • Daniel

      Trump Tower Houston was entirely obliterated by the floods. I mean, if you look for it you’ll find absolutely no evidence it was even there- that’s how destructive this has been to his business. He needs compensation.

      • Bub, the cynical zombie
        • bupkus231

          Why not? That’s essentially what he did with his $17M insurance claim about all the damage to Mar-A-Lago back in 2005.

          How the hell did he get away with this? Pay off the insurance adjustors that came to examine the property?

          • Daniel

            Was Pam Bondi one of them?

          • bupkus231

            In 2005, Bondi was adopting a St. Bernard rescued from Katrina – but when the owners turned up and tried to reclaim the dog, she wouldn’t, claiming that the previous owners had not cared for the dog properly and that it was sick.

            The previous owners sued, and they eventually settled out of court with Bondi returning the dog ( pledging to take care of the dog’s medical problems, but skipping out on that commitment after three months )…

            Link: http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/as-bondi-runs-for-attorney-general-bitterness-over-dog-lingers/1119393

          • Stulexington

            The fact that no one is checking over the shoulder of the rich to make sure they’re not bald faced lying their asses off to grift money?

    • Wolf Tracker

      I will bet he already has his kids out scouting the beaches for cheap properties he can buy up for his next golf course and resort and if people won’t sell he always has eminent domain he can use.

      • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

        that’d be a tough sell…well, it would have been before that SCOTUS decision from a few years ago.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      He has already pledged $1 million of his own money to Harvey relief.

      In Trump-speak, that means that he will extort $2 million dollars of other peoples’ money into his “foundation” and then siphon it off into his own pockets.

      Making America Poor Again!

  • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

    So today, we wrapped up immigration law history…the teacher noted on the first week that this shit isn’t logical and sometimes makes no sense (as you see above).

    Anyway, I wanted to tell you cause today I realized it’s a little ominous when your teacher says, “yeah, this is an example of when something doesn’t mean what it says, which happens a lot in this area of law.”

    (He was referring to the 1996 immigration law changes, in which one can be deported for an “aggravated felony” – i.e. an immigrant committing a crime, although, unlike criminal law, here the “crime” can be neither aggravated nor a felony.)

    My god, what did I sign up for?

    • bupkus231

      One presumes the yardstick for immigrants is as flexible ( in a bad way ) as “high crimes and misdemeanors” was for Presidents lying about a blowjob.

      • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

        yes and no. The 1996 talks about murder and drug related crimes, but more things have been added.

        However, to become a citizen (as opposed to legal resident), on must have “good moral character”, which encompasses just a whole bunch of shit, including paying taxes.

        Interesting point though, all that stuff about illegal immigrants voting? If said immigrant had done that, it would have been exercising a right non-citizens don’t have, thereby making it a false “claim” to citizenship, and therefore they would have jeopardized any pending or future immigration proceedings.

        • Nockular cavity

          Still didn’t stop those millions of Uzbeki-beki-bekistanis that got bused all over the country to vote for Killary in the states she was going to win anyway, right? IT’S TRUE, A FRIEND OF MINE SAW THEM!

        • bupkus231

          “good moral character”

          There’s that flexible yardstick.

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            ayup – now we get a lot of that in law (specifically “reasonable”), but I would *guess* there’s plenty of guidance by appellate courts.

            However, he did mention, the false claim to citizenship (as I noted), not paying taxes, committing crimes, etc.

          • Mehmeisterjr

            The Donald flunks that standard by a mile.

          • HooverVilles

            Only a mile?

          • H0mer0

            I thought WE were the immoral ones (“we’ve been waiting for.”)

    • Wolf Tracker

      By the time you finish that course half those laws will have been modified by Trump’s ex orders so yeah- good luck with that.

  • Lyly Sirivong

    Who knew immigrants contributed to the economy ? Not many people know that !

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      I can’t wait to see pictures of folks in MAGA hats out picking vegetables, busing tables and framing new homes after all the illegals are deported!

      • It’ll be so inspirational!

      • BeachLoafer

        Well, Jimmy Carter will still be framing houses, but I don’t expect to see him wearing a stupid-looking MAGA cap ;)

      • thixotropic jerk

        My home’s been framed!
        (Except that it won’t be thanks Obammer!)

      • HooverVilles

        Wouldn’t that be a hoot?

  • Mavenmaven

    Wait, they first have to destroy health care, women’s rights, allow rich people to ravage the economy, than they can get around to destroying essentially American kids.

    • Rick Hill

      Baby steps….

  • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

    moar fun facts – as of now, BEFORE trump’s border patrol surge, there are more federal border patrol agents than agents in ANY other federal agency – FBI, IRS, no matter.

    According to my prof’s numbers – in 1992, there were 2,500 agents in the U.S patrolling both borders.

    Today there are about 24,000.

    ETA: Okay, I’m not so sure because of the border patrol surge, not EXACTLY sure when the prof’s most recent number was tallied.

    • bupkus231

      And the rightwing continues to scream there’s not enough…

      • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

        I asked a similar question – he says he’s heard border patrol old timers say the jobs not exciting anymore.

        The average border patrol agent, apparently, makes TWO arrests (or detainments, whatever) per month.

        • bupkus231

          Well, at about 7400 miles of combined border length ( including Alaska, not just the lower 48 ), and that the 100 miles in from each border is considered the “border zone”, you’ve got something like 7.4M square miles to cover with those 24000 – so, “on average” there’s like 1 border agent per 300 square miles. Figure about 160 hours/month ( 40 hr/wk, 4 weeks )….

          So, of course, we need more….

          [ “On average”, Bill Gates and I are both billionaires,,,, ]

  • Bitter Scribe

    The summer between high school and college, I worked at a pancake house that employed a lot of undocumented Mexicans as dishwashers. One day INS (for you younguns, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the precursor to today’s ICE) swept their apartment and rounded up all except the guy who was on duty with us at the time. He blandly told us he would work two shifts.

    After I graduated and went to work as a journalist, I had several occasions to contact INS agents. To a man, they were defensive about their jobs. I would be too if my job required me to round up dishwashers.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      In my town several years ago, the best Chinese restaurant was forcibly closed when INS rounded up all the immigrants (illegally here, but willing workers and damn good cooks) and deported them without so much as a hearing. Then they fined the owner so much she lost her business. Grrrrrrrrrr

      • Bitter Scribe

        Serves her right for not serving Murican food with Murican workers!

    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      We have had those people too. This is what they thought they were:
      http://www.rijckheyt.nl/sites/rijckheyt/files/styles/token-image-medium/public/WaffenSS.jpg?itok=TSAR4nE8
      Here’s them after five years of occupation:
      https://images.poms.omroep.nl/image/s1200/205161.jpg

      • Daniel

        YMCA looks so different in other languages.

        • VirginiaWackelpudding

          Not funny but it made me chuckle.

    • mancityRed6

      the only stories I actually hear about in Kansas are the ones I’m glad ICE is in on. namely, massage parlors and the like.
      yeah.

      • alpacapunchbowl

        Unfortunately ICE doesn’t give a shit about helping people once they’ve been detained, trafficking victim or not. It’s like pulling teeth getting access to people who are qualified for a T or U visa. (T for trafficking victims and U for crime victims (including victims of domestic abuse) who are willing to help law enforcement bring the perpetrator(s) to justice.

  • Bub, the cynical zombie
  • La forza del resistino

    Certainly Donald can find one DACA kid convicted of shoplifting a candy bar by Tuesday to prove his point.

  • mancityRed6

    “Texas AG Ken Paxton is busy getting a bikini wax”
    scuse me while I throw up a little at this
    also, Derek Schmidt from Kansas signed onto it. does Derek fucking know how many meat packing plants there are in this state? and how many of our dear citizens do not want to work at one? especially for minimum wage?
    god damn these people and the inability to see farther than the tip of their fucking nose.

  • Alan

    This really just does make me want to vomit. I have no snark. How the hell can anyone not be concerned about rounding up American kids and shipping them off to some foreign country?

    • BeachLoafer

      Vomiting is the least of what this makes me want to do.
      The operative term here is that these are indeed American kids – they’re already in their home country!
      Among the dozens of things about this idea that pisses me off more than words can describe is that the pieces of shit that want to deport them claim to be Christians – I may be one of those godless atheists they think are ruining our culture/country, but my recollection of that Jesus guy I read about in the bible as a kid isn’t of someone who would countenance this bullshit.

      • Zombishroom

        And where are the ‘good’ Christians? They got better things to do like building houses for poor people.

      • Alan

        Vomiting is what I could say without being reprimanded by Dok.

  • alpacapunchbowl

    And here I thought Tyra Banks couldn’t get any more terrifying.

  • Celtic_Gnome

    5$F Mad About A Thing is just as good as Kailli Mad About A Thing.

    • Fivedollarfeminist

      Oh, YOU!

  • Zombishroom

    $5Fem can scream whenever she wants.

    WHICH THEY DESERVE FOR STOKING RACISM TO WIN ELECTIONS FOR THIRTY YEARS

    this is why they deserve nothing more than humiliation and contempt. I’m reminded of this every time I see Paul Ryan’s smug fucking smirk.

  • Zyxomma

    Thanks, $5F, and thanks for that amazing Giphy GIF of Tyra Banks. Simple, but it says it.

    • Fivedollarfeminist

      Thanks, friend! Hope you’re having a nice weekend.

  • Incoming Ham

    When the hell is Paxton’s trial?

  • my job and immediate future (ACA) are on the line because these pricks are vile beyond belief and either don’t understand or don’t care that their words have consequences.

    i at least have red wine and secure citizenship (and a canadian passport).

    i can’t even imagine what DACA (and undocumented) folks are going through.

    i wish them all the best karma and strength and fortune.

  • You should ice that burn

    The federal court for the Southern District Court of Texas might not embrace Paxton as warmly as he or the author might expect.

  • Relativicus

    “And the Republicans are going to get the blame when the media starts printing horror stories of families torn apart by deportation.”

    Well then, great news! They want to deport entire families.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      At least the deportation centers will be jocular.

  • Jeff Mc Donald

    The acronym DACA should sound so much like Dachau that I am shocked that the wingnuts are all for it. It’s not like they are literate enough to have read and understood it!

  • unionthuggery

    My local news station’s Facebook page posted an article about this. The comments on it were almost 80% people calling Paul Ryan a RINO, or liberal. People are fucking stupid.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      But he deserves it. He has run on the RINO bullshit meme, let him live with it.

      • unionthuggery

        Don’t get me wrong, I don’t feel sorry for him. I’m just saddened to be surrounded by so many morans.

    • Vagenda and Pee-ara

      Most of these idiots have no clue what they are even voting for. At this point it’s just pure racism and xenophobia that drives them.

  • Marc Berrenson

    As the Bible says: “In the beginning, God created the Heavens and Earth…” Then, thinking he had fuck’d it up badly, he created the Republicans. And then God said, ” I’ll make these Republicans so fucking stupid that my old friends, the Dinos will appear preferable.” Then God said, “And, in the end, the Republicans shall be led by a lardassshitferbrainsoldfart (and his family) into the desert where they shall perish in a mega meth lab explosion detonated remotely by Walter White.”

    Too much?
    Yeah… you’re right.

  • BullDyke Odell

    as a dem i share your pain at being stuck with all the half or so of the cunts, and the cuntier cunts half which should count extra! and the blacks, almost all of them, when they show up or it matters, with most in black districts do they? we all wish most of those people would leave our party, especially if we don’t get credit for having the cuntier cunts. and get some nice cunts, and some whites who aren’t rich, because the blacks and the cuntier cunts are sure making it hard for us to get more whites, what with dem party platform declaring all whites not personally kissing black ass to be racist. which even if you aren’t racist sounds dickish. so yeah we got a shitty deal from the republicans deciding there were more whites and they vote better than other people. that is racist in and of itself. plus they did say if you are white and want to vote better be republican. shaming the poor whites or blaming them might work for rich dems, but poor dems need more dems. rich dems can worry about better dems.

  • lroom

    If they haven’t decided what to do about the program then why is ICE rounding them up? This shit should be on the news front and center.

  • Grumpy Old Man
  • Teto85

    And just who do they think will clean up and rebuild Houston?

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