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Sep 09 2015

Trump Going Soft on Immigration?

There is only one political issue: Third World immigration. If it is not stopped immediately, the entire country will very quickly turn into California on its way to becoming Argentina and from there Zimbabwe. Conservatives of every stripe will get steamrolled on literally every single issue.

Being the only person likely to put up a fight on immigration is the entire point of Donald Trump, who otherwise does not make for an ideal candidate given his somewhat liberal history, lack of respect for property rights, and political inexperience.

Of all the countless millions of immigrants around the world eager to invade our country and climb aboard the welfare gravy train, the very last we should allow in are those with Muslim backgrounds who have made their own homelands ungovernable and unlivable, as only an idiot would expect them to suddenly be transformed into Americans, rather than bringing with them their failed cultures. The two places most certain to export serious trouble among the streams of “refugees” they endlessly vomit upon the rest of the world are Somalia and Syria.

Now we read this:

Trump weighed in [last night] on the migrant crisis hitting Europe right now, saying that while he doesn’t like the concept of accepting migrants from the Middle East and Africa here, he says we have to do it on a humanitarian basis because they’re living in hell in Syria.

Having made a hell out of their own country does not give them authority to make one out of ours. Immigration policy must serve our interests, not the interests of others. The “crisis” will never end, because it is driven by two things that are not likely to change: (1) the dysfunctional inferiority of the immigrants’ own societies, and (2) the lavish welfare benefits offered in the West. If not even Trump understands this, it will be a challenge finding someone to vote for.

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97 Responses to “Trump Going Soft on Immigration?”

  1. DJ says:

    Trump aside, the Syrian muzzies are coming to YOUR neighborhood no matter what! The first wave of Syrian muzzies will number 100,000. Who knows how many after that?

    Federal refugee resettlement contractors on board—have upped the number to 100,000 Syrians

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 9, 2015

    Only a week ago the US State Department contractors (who we hear are leading the State Dept. by the nose!) are now demanding that Obama admit 100,000 Syrians ASAP when only last week they said they would be satisfied with a mere 65,000.

    Remember readers that the so-called “religious groups” mentioned in this article are PAID BY THE HEAD TO RESETTLE REFUGEES and that they decide to which towns and cities they will distribute them.

    read more>>https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/federal-refugee-resettlement-contractors-on-board-have-upped-the-number-to-100000-syrians/

  2. DJ says:

    Trump aside, the Syrian muzzies are coming to YOUR neighborhood no matter what! The first wave of Syrian muzzies will number 100,000. Who knows how many after that?

    Federal refugee resettlement contractors on board—have upped the number to 100,000 Syrians

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 9, 2015

    Only a week ago the US State Department contractors (who we hear are leading the State Dept. by the nose!) are now demanding that Obama admit 100,000 Syrians ASAP when only last week they said they would be satisfied with a mere 65,000.

    Remember readers that the so-called “religious groups” mentioned in this article are PAID BY THE HEAD TO RESETTLE REFUGEES and that they decide to which towns and cities they will distribute them.

    read more>>https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/federal-refugee-resettlement-contractors-on-board-have-upped-the-number-to-100000-syrians/

  3. cecil11 says:

    Here is Canada’s conservative cuck: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisAlexanderCanada

    ONE Problem: AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS, ASIA FOR THE ASIANS, WHITE COUNTRIES FOR EVERYBODY IS WHITE GENOCIDE!!

    That is the crime. It is white Genocide. IT is state violence. Politicians past and present must be held accountable. ‘Just obeying orders’ is not an excuse.

    The West including Canada cannot be defined simply by the rejection of Islam or as a collection of legal norms. It is a culture created by a specific people and it will be destroyed if that people is dispossessed. Europeans everywhere have the self-evident right to secure their homelands for themselves, without regard to the laims others make upon it.

    Diversity is a code word for White Genocide. Enough. Freedom now. Freedom from enforced, genocidal ‘diversity’.

  4. cecil11 says:

    Here is Canada’s conservative cuck: https://www.facebook.com/ChrisAlexanderCanada

    ONE Problem: AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS, ASIA FOR THE ASIANS, WHITE COUNTRIES FOR EVERYBODY IS WHITE GENOCIDE!!

    That is the crime. It is white Genocide. IT is state violence. Politicians past and present must be held accountable. ‘Just obeying orders’ is not an excuse.

    The West including Canada cannot be defined simply by the rejection of Islam or as a collection of legal norms. It is a culture created by a specific people and it will be destroyed if that people is dispossessed. Europeans everywhere have the self-evident right to secure their homelands for themselves, without regard to the laims others make upon it.

    Diversity is a code word for White Genocide. Enough. Freedom now. Freedom from enforced, genocidal ‘diversity’.

  5. TruDat says:

    100,000 Muslims will be a half million in 5 years. They breed like bunnies, and that’s part of their plan. No, I’m not paranoid, I live in Minneapolis, home to 100,000 Somalis!

  6. TruDat says:

    100,000 Muslims will be a half million in 5 years. They breed like bunnies, and that’s part of their plan. No, I’m not paranoid, I live in Minneapolis, home to 100,000 Somalis!

  7. KHarn says:

    But when the shitty situation in the old countries is cleared up, they’ll go home, right?.
    (We now pause for the laugh track)

  8. KHarn says:

    But when the shitty situation in the old countries is cleared up, they’ll go home, right?.
    (We now pause for the laugh track)

  9. DJ says:

    Seattle: Group forms to bring more Syrians to Washington state

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 9, 2015

    I suspect this is happening in other cities too—immigrant activists meeting to see how to get more of their mostly Muslim countrymen into the US.

    Washington Democratic Senator Patty Murray followed Dick Durban’s (D-IL) lead in pushing Obama to admit 65,000 [now it’s been uped to 100,000] Syrians in FY2016.

    If there are any ‘pockets of resistance’ in Washington state be sure to check out who the Syrian activists are and plan to attend their next meeting.

    From the Seattle Globalist (no mention of persecuted Christians):

    Dozens of Seattle-area residents gathered over the weekend to brainstorm ways to help people fleeing the war in Syria — including bringing more refugees into the state.

    [….]

    In Seattle, Hussein Ali, a Syrian immigrant who overcame challenges to move his family from Damascus to the U.S., quickly organized the event to make action plans. Ali says he wants the community to pressure their Congressional representatives to increase the limit of 8,000 Syrian refugees allowed into the U.S.

    [….]

    The next gathering is planned for Sept. 13 at the University of Washington. The group has a new page on Facebook.

    It won’t take much to pressure one of their US Senators as Senator Patty Murray is a member in good standing of the Senate ‘Jihad Caucus’ which has gone on record to promote the resettlement of 65,000 Syrians to your towns across America.

    Search RRW for more on Seattle, but don’t miss this post about the Seattle low income housing crisis because so many Somali refugees are occupying those units. Syrians and Somalis will soon be squabbling over housing!

    Reminder! The timing could not be better for Obama. He sends his annual determination letter to Congress this month! Will your Member of Congress or US Senator say a critical word about it?
    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/seattle-group-forms-to-bring-more-syrians-to-washington-state/

  10. DJ says:

    Seattle: Group forms to bring more Syrians to Washington state

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 9, 2015

    I suspect this is happening in other cities too—immigrant activists meeting to see how to get more of their mostly Muslim countrymen into the US.

    Washington Democratic Senator Patty Murray followed Dick Durban’s (D-IL) lead in pushing Obama to admit 65,000 [now it’s been uped to 100,000] Syrians in FY2016.

    If there are any ‘pockets of resistance’ in Washington state be sure to check out who the Syrian activists are and plan to attend their next meeting.

    From the Seattle Globalist (no mention of persecuted Christians):

    Dozens of Seattle-area residents gathered over the weekend to brainstorm ways to help people fleeing the war in Syria — including bringing more refugees into the state.

    [….]

    In Seattle, Hussein Ali, a Syrian immigrant who overcame challenges to move his family from Damascus to the U.S., quickly organized the event to make action plans. Ali says he wants the community to pressure their Congressional representatives to increase the limit of 8,000 Syrian refugees allowed into the U.S.

    [….]

    The next gathering is planned for Sept. 13 at the University of Washington. The group has a new page on Facebook.

    It won’t take much to pressure one of their US Senators as Senator Patty Murray is a member in good standing of the Senate ‘Jihad Caucus’ which has gone on record to promote the resettlement of 65,000 Syrians to your towns across America.

    Search RRW for more on Seattle, but don’t miss this post about the Seattle low income housing crisis because so many Somali refugees are occupying those units. Syrians and Somalis will soon be squabbling over housing!

    Reminder! The timing could not be better for Obama. He sends his annual determination letter to Congress this month! Will your Member of Congress or US Senator say a critical word about it?
    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/09/09/seattle-group-forms-to-bring-more-syrians-to-washington-state/

  11. MicahStone says:

    -‘That is the Law of the Land’
    -We Have To Accept Refugees Here For Humanitarian Reasons, Because They’re ‘Living In Hell’
    —these horrific statements by Trump reflects his superficial understanding (or just BAD positions) of so many important issues. Each of three candidates worthy of the GOP nomination (TRUMP, CRUZ, CARSON) have flaws. Carson is clearly the weakest on most issues, with Trump a close second. If only there were a way for the troika to become President – ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE !

  12. MicahStone says:

    -‘That is the Law of the Land’
    -We Have To Accept Refugees Here For Humanitarian Reasons, Because They’re ‘Living In Hell’
    —these horrific statements by Trump reflects his superficial understanding (or just BAD positions) of so many important issues. Each of three candidates worthy of the GOP nomination (TRUMP, CRUZ, CARSON) have flaws. Carson is clearly the weakest on most issues, with Trump a close second. If only there were a way for the troika to become President – ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE !

  13. Unclelou says:

    Well Donald what chance you had of me voting for you just went down the crapper, dont allow one of those animals here. Who gives a shit about the hell they created for themselves!!!!

  14. Unclelou says:

    Well Donald what chance you had of me voting for you just went down the crapper, dont allow one of those animals here. Who gives a shit about the hell they created for themselves!!!!

  15. Hungjumper says:

    Nice parsing of words Moonbattery.

    He was referring to the christians only. Do research before posting.

  16. Hungjumper says:

    Nice parsing of words Moonbattery.

    He was referring to the christians only. Do research before posting.

  17. ramrodd says:

    He was Never tough on immigration….no matter what he said!!

    Trump’s Deportation Proposal Isn’t Nazism, It’s A Senate Proposal Called
    ‘Touchback’ Amnesty..

    Marc Thiessen, former speechwriter to George W. Bush, in an appearance on
    The Kelly File Friday night, said that what Mr. Trump is saying when he talks
    about sending them back is an actual amnesty proposal called “Touchback” aka
    “Touchback Amnesty”. It was a Senate proposal that narrowly missed passage in
    2007.

    It was endorsed by the New York Times but the National Review was opposed
    because they called it amnesty. It simply means if illegal immigrants want to
    stay here, they can go back home and then receive expedited approval to come
    back in and stay.

    Marc Thiessen explains in the next video and, as he said, Trump’s rhetoric
    is more fiery than what he’s actually proposing.

  18. Karin_A says:

    Depends what kind of animals we’re talking about. Are you aware of the horrible plight of Christians in the face of ISIS? They’re running for their lives.

  19. ramrodd says:

    He was Never tough on immigration….no matter what he said!!

    Trump’s Deportation Proposal Isn’t Nazism, It’s A Senate Proposal Called
    ‘Touchback’ Amnesty..

    Marc Thiessen, former speechwriter to George W. Bush, in an appearance on
    The Kelly File Friday night, said that what Mr. Trump is saying when he talks
    about sending them back is an actual amnesty proposal called “Touchback” aka
    “Touchback Amnesty”. It was a Senate proposal that narrowly missed passage in
    2007.

    It was endorsed by the New York Times but the National Review was opposed
    because they called it amnesty. It simply means if illegal immigrants want to
    stay here, they can go back home and then receive expedited approval to come
    back in and stay.

    Marc Thiessen explains in the next video and, as he said, Trump’s rhetoric
    is more fiery than what he’s actually proposing.

  20. Karin_A says:

    Depends what kind of animals we’re talking about. Are you aware of the horrible plight of Christians in the face of ISIS? They’re running for their lives.

  21. ramrodd says:

    Why Didn’t Trump Include His Grand ‘Touchback’ Amnesty Scheme In His
    Immigration Manifesto?

    Answer: Because he knew that revealing this scheme (that he’s been
    talking about on interview after interview since April 14, 2015) would cause a
    Conservative revolt and very likely cost him the GOP nomination, so he simply
    left it out.

    As a result, there is no “touchback” Amnesty mentioned
    nor is there a mention of his wanting to deport all 40 to 60 million illegals in
    the U.S. in his manifesto.

    However, Conservatives and others paying attention will not let Trump off
    the hook re: his Amnesty. We want “the truth”! We want to know “how” he’s going
    to get “touchback” thru both houses of Congress and we want to know how many
    illegals-once-removed he will try to bring back..

    http://thedavelevineshow.ning.com/profiles/blogs/why-didn-t-trump-include-his-grand-touchback-amnesty-scheme-in

  22. ramrodd says:

    Why Didn’t Trump Include His Grand ‘Touchback’ Amnesty Scheme In His
    Immigration Manifesto?

    Answer: Because he knew that revealing this scheme (that he’s been
    talking about on interview after interview since April 14, 2015) would cause a
    Conservative revolt and very likely cost him the GOP nomination, so he simply
    left it out.

    As a result, there is no “touchback” Amnesty mentioned
    nor is there a mention of his wanting to deport all 40 to 60 million illegals in
    the U.S. in his manifesto.

    However, Conservatives and others paying attention will not let Trump off
    the hook re: his Amnesty. We want “the truth”! We want to know “how” he’s going
    to get “touchback” thru both houses of Congress and we want to know how many
    illegals-once-removed he will try to bring back..

    http://thedavelevineshow.ning.com/profiles/blogs/why-didn-t-trump-include-his-grand-touchback-amnesty-scheme-in

  23. Stephen says:

    I figure he’s doing a bit of triangulating — one thing to get about trump is that he’s first and foremost a persuader. He’s persuaded me with his concrete policy position about deportations and limitations on H1Bs that he’s the best candidate in the field. This statement is about persuading other people that immigration restrictionists aren’t heartless bastards.

  24. Stephen says:

    I figure he’s doing a bit of triangulating — one thing to get about trump is that he’s first and foremost a persuader. He’s persuaded me with his concrete policy position about deportations and limitations on H1Bs that he’s the best candidate in the field. This statement is about persuading other people that immigration restrictionists aren’t heartless bastards.

  25. ramrodd says:

    Trump Supports Expedited Pathway For “Good” Illegal Immigrants (50 million
    – aka amnesty)

    AFTER HE DEPORTS THEM – is there anyone out there that buys into this
    crap!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx_WfE07cWw

  26. ramrodd says:

    Trump Supports Expedited Pathway For “Good” Illegal Immigrants
    (50 million – aka amnesty)
    AFTER HE DEPORTS THEM – is there anyone out there that buys into this crap!!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx_WfE07cWw

  27. THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084 says:

    6 Million Dead Jews – We Must Never Forget – 100 Million murdered Christians… Who can remember?

  28. THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084 says:

    6 Million Dead Jews – We Must Never Forget – 100 Million murdered Christians… Who can remember?

  29. Lou Hodges says:

    That statement s taken out of context. He qualified it by stating China and Russia are not taking anyone and we need to watch out for terrorists. Please.

  30. Lou Hodges says:

    That statement s taken out of context. He qualified it by stating China and Russia are not taking anyone and we need to watch out for terrorists. Please.

  31. Vic Kelley says:

    Another good sincere thread and honest appraisal of the farce of immigration. They’re invaders. We should jealously guard our opportunities and our land. I blame churches for this malarkey, too. Some of them are at the forefront of bringing over african rotters like Somalis and resettling them in Minnesota of all places.

  32. Vic Kelley says:

    Another good sincere thread and honest appraisal of the farce of immigration. They’re invaders. We should jealously guard our opportunities and our land. I blame churches for this malarkey, too. Some of them are at the forefront of bringing over african rotters like Somalis and resettling them in Minnesota of all places.

  33. anthony montana says:

    I thought is was the hisspanics that breed like bunnies. Sorry, they breed like cockroaches.

  34. anthony montana says:

    I thought is was the hisspanics that breed like bunnies. Sorry, they breed like cockroaches.

  35. a red blooded American says:

    if you dont know,trump will make Syrian refugees his last priority.let their pedofile prophet mohammed help them.we dont need people that wish to follow such a sick,brutal ,dark occult leader.and he was demon in flesh if anything

  36. a red blooded American says:

    if you dont know,trump will make Syrian refugees his last priority.let their pedofile prophet mohammed help them.we dont need people that wish to follow such a sick,brutal ,dark occult leader.and he was demon in flesh if anything

  37. ramrodd says:

    so you actually believe that he will Deport 50 million illegal aliens and then expedite their return?
    Touchback Amnesty is far beyond immigration restrictions – ITS AMNESTY

  38. ramrodd says:

    so you actually believe that he will Deport 50 million illegal aliens and then expedite their return?
    Touchback Amnesty is far beyond immigration restrictions

  39. Stephen says:

    I don’t know what Trump is thinking or planning. I do know that we can’t expedite the legal return or 50 million illegal aliens without first deporting them. Let’s get them out of the country first and then raise hell about efforts to allow them back in legally.

  40. Stephen says:

    I don’t know what Trump is thinking or planning. I do know that we can’t expedite the legal return or 50 million illegal aliens without first deporting them. Let’s get them out of the country first and then raise hell about efforts to allow them back in legally.

  41. TruDat says:

    It’s time for plan B, Trump is unfit for office. His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish. And his willingness to let more Muslims into the country is dangerous. No one is more disappointed than I.

  42. TruDat says:

    It’s time for plan B, Trump is unfit for office. His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish. And his willingness to let more Muslims into the country is dangerous. No one is more disappointed than I.

  43. Alphamail says:

    Before I reply, let me say I agree with your position 100%.

    If Trump has an Achilles heel it will be immigration – let’s hope not.

    Last century the Christian populations of Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan were often 20-25% or more, but now some Christian organizations are claiming that number may have fallen recently to as low as 6%. Those millions of Arab Christians emigrated in the last decades – either by choice or because of persecution by Muslims, mainly to the United States, where they acquired high
    skilled and professional jobs, retained their Christian values, and assimilated into our national fabric to the point they have become indistinguishable from the population at large.

    As you know this is not the M.O. of Syrian Muslims (or any muzzie),
    who wouldn’t assimilate if Allah personally gave them a male goat and a blessed jar of Vaseline. None of the Syrian hordes coming to the U.S. on the welfare/terror boat are refugees, they aren’t Christians, and are not our friends: First, because most sensible Christians have been fleeing Syria for years and their numbers are few, they have a relatively safe haven a short distance away in Jordan, and they can find some relief with the Kurds; Second, like the migrant Muslims who are killing and throwing Christians overboard on the way across the Mediterranean to Italy, the Syrian Muslims are not going to allow any Syrian Christians to get to America before they do; And third, as stated, these Syrian Muslims are not Christians, and they will never ever assimilate – EVER.

    All over Seattle there are now enclaves in neighborhoods near mosques where women idly walk the sidewalks in full length burkas and men in sloppy nightshirts. It’s creepy, sad, and angering to see your home being slowly destroyed by the same people you grew up with, who have become ideologically delusional Regressive politicians who think they are God – because they have refused to acknowledge God, and as a result, can’t recognize the Godly from the un-Godly.

  44. Alphamail says:

    Before I reply, let me say I agree with your position 100%.

    If Trump has an Achilles heel it will be immigration – let’s hope not.

    Last century the Christian populations of Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan were often 20-25% or more, but now some Christian organizations are claiming that number may have fallen recently to as low as 6%. Those millions of Arab Christians emigrated in the last decades – either by choice or because of persecution by Muslims, mainly to the United States, where they acquired high
    skilled and professional jobs, retained their Christian values, and assimilated into our national fabric to the point they have become indistinguishable from the population at large.

    As you know this is not the M.O. of Syrian Muslims (or any muzzie),
    who wouldn’t assimilate if Allah personally gave them a male goat and a blessed jar of Vaseline. None of the Syrian hordes coming to the U.S. on the welfare/terror boat are refugees, they aren’t Christians, and are not our friends: First, because most sensible Christians have been fleeing Syria for years and their numbers are few, they have a relatively safe haven a short distance away in Jordan, and they can find some relief with the Kurds; Second, like the migrant Muslims who are killing and throwing Christians overboard on the way across the Mediterranean to Italy, the Syrian Muslims are not going to allow any Syrian Christians to get to America before they do; And third, as stated, these Syrian Muslims are not Christians, and they will never ever assimilate – EVER.

    All over Seattle there are now enclaves in neighborhoods near mosques where women idly walk the sidewalks in full length burkas and men in sloppy nightshirts. It’s creepy, sad, and angering to see your home being slowly destroyed by the same people you grew up with, who have become ideologically delusional Regressive politicians who think they are God – because they have refused to acknowledge God, and as a result, can’t recognize the Godly from the un-Godly.

  45. Donna M says:

    By the way,
    There is always more to the story than meets the eye!
    Listened to Rush L yesterday…
    Haven’t had a chance to confirm it…
    But, the dad of the 3 yr old kid who washed up on the beach.
    Was going to Germany, to get dental work done…
    Yes, you heard right!
    He had a job in Turkey, but wanted to get his teeth fixed…
    And used the mass immigration excuse to relocate his immediate family, to get his teeth fixed!
    Lost both his small sons and his wife…

  46. Donna M says:

    By the way,
    There is always more to the story than meets the eye!
    Listened to Rush L yesterday…
    Haven’t had a chance to confirm it…
    But, the dad of the 3 yr old kid who washed up on the beach.
    Was going to Germany, to get dental work done…
    Yes, you heard right!
    He had a job in Turkey, but wanted to get his teeth fixed…
    And used the mass immigration excuse to relocate his immediate family, to get his teeth fixed!
    Lost both his small sons and his wife…

  47. Feet2Fire says:

    Beautifully stated. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE.

    Speak out against this madness and demand that your legislators LISTEN!
    Those are not “refugees,” they are cheap opportunists with a lot of likely terrorists mixed in among them.

    Sign the NO REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT WITHOUT LOCAL OKAY PETITION here:

    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/no-refugee-resettlement-without-local-ok.html

  48. Feet2Fire says:

    Beautifully stated. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE.

    Speak out against this madness and demand that your legislators LISTEN!
    Those are not “refugees,” they are cheap opportunists with a lot of likely terrorists mixed in among them.

    Sign the NO REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT WITHOUT LOCAL OKAY PETITION here:

    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/no-refugee-resettlement-without-local-ok.html

    More info and activism here:
    http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/refugee-resettlement-watch-network/
    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/09/04/petition-to-the-white-house-bring-in-65000-mostly-muslim-syrians-to-live-permanently-in-us/

  49. Feet2Fire says:

    His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish.

    Please explain what you are referring to.

  50. Feet2Fire says:

    His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish.

    Please explain what you are referring to.

  51. Alphamail says:

    Explanation forthwith.

    First, Trump is sadly losing his sheen with me. His iffy and curious response to whether Syrian “refugees” (terrorists) should be allowed asylum in the U.S. is still up to general interpretation but doesn’t look all that good. I’ll wait for an explanation – I hope it’s not true.

    To explain what Feet2Fire was referring to, was Trump made a comment about a media picture (which was actually quite nice) of Carly Fiorina where he said, “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?”

    He attacked the way she looked – that is, her natural looks – the way she is! Whether you like Carly Fiorina or not, what do her looks have to do with her message or her campaign? Who attacks a cleft palate, or a person with a pocked face or burns, instead of their point-of-view? I now surmise, only someone like Trump who freely admits “he has never asked God for forgiveness.” Who attacks looks? Answer: A person without the critical virtue of humility.

    It really pissed me off when it came on the heels of an interview and heartfelt message from facially-damaged Iraqi veteran Staff Sergeant Robert Bartlett who was voicing great dismay over the acceptance of the Iran nuclear deal by Regressive democrats, which is giving the importance of his sacrifice and the sacrifice of thousands of Iraqi veterans the same value as a pet rock.

    Would Trump say about Bartlett, “Look at that face? Who would vote for that?” It’s apparent the staff sergeant’s message and sacrifice would be ignored and probably ridiculed because of his looks.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/12/wounded-veteran-who-was-blown-up-by-an-iranian-bomb-shares-in-brutally-honest-terms-why-he-thinks-the-iran-deal-is-not-going-to-stop-them/

  52. Alphamail says:

    Explanation forthwith.

    First, Trump is sadly losing his sheen with me. His iffy and curious response to whether Syrian “refugees” (terrorists) should be allowed asylum in the U.S. is still up to general interpretation but doesn’t look all that good. I’ll wait for an explanation – I hope it’s not true.

    To explain what Feet2Fire was referring to, was Trump made a comment about a media picture (which was actually quite nice) of Carly Fiorina where he said, “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?”

    He attacked the way she looked – that is, her natural looks – the way she is! Whether you like Carly Fiorina or not, what do her looks have to do with her message or her campaign? Who attacks a cleft palate, or a person with a pocked face or burns, instead of their point-of-view? I now surmise, only someone like Trump who freely admits “he has never asked God for forgiveness.” Who attacks looks? Answer: A person without the critical virtue of humility.

    It really pissed me off when it came on the heels of an interview and heartfelt message from facially-damaged Iraqi veteran Staff Sergeant Robert Bartlett who was voicing great dismay over the acceptance of the Iran nuclear deal by Regressive democrats, which is giving the importance of his sacrifice and the sacrifice of thousands of Iraqi veterans the same value as a pet rock.

    Would Trump say about Bartlett, “Look at that face? Who would vote for that?” It’s apparent the staff sergeant’s message and sacrifice would be ignored and probably ridiculed because of his looks.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/12/wounded-veteran-who-was-blown-up-by-an-iranian-bomb-shares-in-brutally-honest-terms-why-he-thinks-the-iran-deal-is-not-going-to-stop-them/

  53. Feet2Fire says:

    Well, thanks for the explanation (although the original poster was TruDat, not F2F). Yes, it was crude and uncouth for Trump to say that. Sometimes you have to wonder where HIS BRAIN is at, when he comes out with nonsense and coarse things like that.

    Wish SOMEONE could “get through to him,” and show him that such crude behavior is NOT helping his campaign, his party, or his country. But he’s sort of old for learning such basic manners at this late stage of life.

    BTW, Carly Fiorina lost any support we might have had toward her when she jumped on the stupid “bleeding bandwagon” and decided she could gain some points with the faux “War on Women” nonsense. No, thank you! But even feeling disgusted with that, we would not resort to assaulting her based on her looks. It just shows a person to be shallow and crude and unfeeling, to do so. It should be enough to fault her on her positions, not on her appearance (although she does have an annoying way of speaking that would be painful to hear/witness every day if she actually won the office she seeks!).

  54. Feet2Fire says:

    Well, thanks for the explanation (although the original poster was TruDat, not F2F). Yes, it was crude and uncouth for Trump to say that. Sometimes you have to wonder where HIS BRAIN is at, when he comes out with nonsense and coarse things like that.

    Wish SOMEONE could “get through to him,” and show him that such crude behavior is NOT helping his campaign, his party, or his country. But he’s sort of old for learning such basic manners at this late stage of life.

    BTW, Carly Fiorina lost any support we might have had toward her when she jumped on the stupid “bleeding bandwagon” and decided she could gain some points with the faux “War on Women” nonsense. No, thank you! But even feeling disgusted with that, we would not resort to assaulting her based on her looks. It just shows a person to be shallow and crude and unfeeling, to do so. It should be enough to fault her on her positions, not on her appearance (although she does have an annoying way of speaking that would be painful to hear/witness every day if she actually won the office she seeks!).

  55. daehler-untermensch says:

    Hey, somebody should tell the mo rons that our US of A already has 1 million plus of the Islamic cultists, being paid CHARITY with our tax dollars. Maybe that’s where the 6 billion$ missing from our state dept during Billary’s tenure, went?

    NO MORE refugees, immigrants, infiltrators belonging to the cult of hate and Death.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

    How the infiltrators spend their days and nights off of the welfare train:

    http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/346059

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/09/09/middleeast/al-baghdadi-isis-slave/index.html

    http://www.weaselzippers.us/233800-rioting-migrants-chant-fuck-you-allahu-akbar-throw-rocks-at-train-workers-in-hungary-leave-trash-all-along-road/

  56. daehler-untermensch says:

    Hey, somebody should tell the mo rons that our US of A already has 1 million plus of the Islamic cultists, being paid CHARITY with our tax dollars. Maybe that’s where the 6 billion$ missing from our state dept during Billary’s tenure, went?

    NO MORE refugees, immigrants, infiltrators belonging to the cult of hate and Death.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

    How the infiltrators spend their days and nights off of the welfare train:

    http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/346059

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/09/09/middleeast/al-baghdadi-isis-slave/index.html

    http://www.weaselzippers.us/233800-rioting-migrants-chant-f#$%-you-allahu-akbar-throw-rocks-at-train-workers-in-hungary-leave-trash-all-along-road/

    *fill in the last 3 letters of the f word in the last link. The infiltrators are as transparent as 0bummers friends in Iran.

  57. daehler-untermensch says:

    I’m a heartless bastard and a immigration eliminationist.

    America, that’s us taxpayers, CANNOT afford to provide comfort to the world, especially ones from belonging to the Islamic cult cultures.

    NO MORE. There are already a million plus in our midst, on our dime.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

  58. daehler-untermensch says:

    I’m a heartless bastard and a immigration eliminationist.

    America, that’s us taxpayers, CANNOT afford to provide comfort to the world, especially ones from belonging to the Islamic cult cultures.

    NO MORE. There are already a million plus in our midst, on our dime.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

  59. daehler-untermensch says:

    There’s a million plus of the Islamic cult already here. On our dollar.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

  60. daehler-untermensch says:

    There’s a million plus of the Islamic cult already here. On our dollar.

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/growing-chorus-across-u-s-no-more-refugees/

  61. DJ says:

    “It’s time for plan B, Trump is unfit for office.”
    .
    IMHO, there is no viable plan B. It’s Trump or bust.
    .
    “His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish.”
    .
    Agree. Thus far it’s by far the biggist screw-up/set-back of his campaign.
    .
    ” And his willingness to let more Muslims into the country is dangerous.”
    .
    The decision to allow more Muslims into our country has already been made. By the time the 2016 election occurs, the Muslim “refugees” will already be here. (See my posts at the bottom of the page.)
    .
    “No one is more disappointed than I.”
    .
    You are completely justified for feeling disappointed. I am too. But as of yet, I’m not jumping off the Trump bandwagon.

  62. DJ says:

    “It’s time for plan B, Trump is unfit for office.”
    .
    IMHO, there is no viable plan B. It’s Trump or bust.
    .
    “His attack on a fellow Republican’s “face” is childish.”
    .
    Agree. Thus far it’s by far the biggist screw-up/set-back of his campaign.
    .
    ” And his willingness to let more Muslims into the country is dangerous.”
    .
    The decision to allow more Muslims into our country has already been made. By the time the 2016 election occurs, the Muslim “refugees” will already be here. (See my posts at the bottom of the page.)
    .
    “No one is more disappointed than I.”
    .
    You are completely justified for feeling disappointed. I am too. But as of yet, I’m not jumping off the Trump bandwagon.

  63. DJ says:

    In a nutshell: Multiculturalism doesn’t work. It’s a disaster. Moreover racial diversity is our weakness, not our strength. Muslims aren’t the only group that are unassimilable or refuse to assimilate in the US . There are several parallel cultures evolving. Blacks and non-White Latinos are two of the most conspicuous. Welcome to Kwanstainia.

  64. DJ says:

    In a nutshell: Multiculturalism doesn’t work. It’s a disaster. Moreover racial diversity is our weakness, not our strength. Muslims aren’t the only group that are unassimilable or refuse to assimilate in the US . There are several parallel cultures evolving. Blacks and non-White Latinos are two of the most conspicuous. Welcome to Kwanstainia.

  65. Stephen says:

    I’m a heartless bastards as well, I just figure Trump is going to need more than the heartless bastards vote to win an election.

    I see today that Trump is meeting again with Sen Jeff Sessions. The fact that Sessions is Trump’s go-to guy on immigration is reason enough to believe that Trump is the best in the field.

  66. Stephen says:

    I’m a heartless bastards as well, I just figure Trump is going to need more than the heartless bastards vote to win an election.

    I see today that Trump is meeting again with Sen Jeff Sessions. The fact that Sessions is Trump’s go-to guy on immigration is reason enough to believe that Trump is the best in the field.

  67. DJ says:

    As for me, Carly Fiorina was a non-entity from the get-go. Her being is rife with nauseating acts of libtardism. One that really stands out is her glowing admiration for Jesse Jackson.

  68. DJ says:

    As for me, Carly Fiorina was a non-entity from the get-go. Her being is rife with nauseating acts of libtardism. One that really stands out is her glowing admiration for Jesse Jackson.

  69. DJ says:

    PS, Trump’s strong suit is his policy on immigration.

  70. DJ says:

    PS, Trump’s strong suit is his policy on immigration.

  71. Feet2Fire says:

    Oh, wow! Now she rates even lower in my book. LOL.

  72. Feet2Fire says:

    Oh, wow! Now she rates even lower in my book. LOL.

  73. TruDat says:

    He made a nasty comment about Carly Fiorina’s face. Google it!

  74. TruDat says:

    He made a nasty comment about Carly Fiorina’s face. Google it!

  75. Alphamail says:

    I agree. I’m not a Carly fan at all – can’t be.
    And I agree it’s probably Trump or bust, but he’s not helping himself or the conservative cause with gaffes that can be construed as real cheap shots.
    Unless he makes a ton of brain farts or somehow supports ANY of several groups of so-called “refugees” he should be the guy.
    Never heard of Fiorina’s support for J.J……..ugh…!

  76. Alphamail says:

    I agree. I’m not a Carly fan at all – can’t be.
    And I agree it’s probably Trump or bust, but he’s not helping himself or the conservative cause with gaffes that can be construed as real cheap shots.
    Unless he makes a ton of brain farts or somehow supports ANY of several groups of so-called “refugees” he should be the guy.
    Never heard of Fiorina’s support for J.J……..ugh…!

  77. Alphamail says:

    Correcto Mundo (my own ad-lib)
    I have never directly disagreed with that statement and I don’t now. As you know I worked LAPD in the black areas of L.A. and my white partner was shot in the face and killed by a black car thief. How anyone can believe I don’t have a major dog in this fight and I don’t understand the battle at a very deep level is fundamentally crazy (I’m certainly not pointing at you!).
    I have watched for decades as the diversity joke has spawned even greater division in America (parallel cultures) with its culmination being the election of Obysmal and its nastiest new symptom BLM.
    We both know the problem is reaching critical mass. What bothers me is the effort by our side to condemn one another as if it is our fault and not the fault of Regressives who have planned this all along.
    Good post BTW

  78. Alphamail says:

    Correcto Mundo (my own ad-lib)
    I have never directly disagreed with that statement and I don’t now. As you know I worked LAPD in the black areas of L.A. and my white partner was shot in the face and killed by a black car thief. How anyone can believe I don’t have a major dog in this fight and I don’t understand the battle at a very deep level is fundamentally crazy (I’m certainly not pointing at you!).
    I have watched for decades as the diversity joke has spawned even greater division in America (parallel cultures) with its culmination being the election of Obysmal and its nastiest new symptom BLM.
    We both know the problem is reaching critical mass. What bothers me is the effort by our side to condemn one another as if it is our fault and not the fault of Regressives who have planned this all along.
    Good post BTW

  79. Alphamail says:

    I’m hoping so. Let’s hope he doesn’t flounder.

  80. Alphamail says:

    I’m hoping so. Let’s hope he doesn’t flounder.

  81. NotKennedy says:

    Is that Columbia University’s Mattress Girl in the picture?

  82. NotKennedy says:

    Is that Columbia University’s Mattress Girl in the picture?

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  85. Feet2Fire says:

    Someone else was kind enough to explain. (When you make a reference to something in a post, it’s nice to clarify what you are talking about.)
    P.S. We don’t use google (if we can help it). LOL. 🙂

  86. Feet2Fire says:

    Someone else was kind enough to explain. (When you make a reference to something in a post, it’s nice to clarify what you are talking about.)
    P.S. We don’t use google (if we can help it). LOL. 🙂


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