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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

The President shall enforce no law respecting an establishment of borders, or prohibiting the free crossing thereof; or protecting citizens’ freedom of speech, or of the press, to criticize immigration; the right of the immigrants to vibrantly assemble, and to beat and/or fondle the natives shall not be abridged.

 
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  1. Yep. Every puppeteered Potus of the modern era has this tattooed on the inside of their eyelids.

    Our presidents are viceroys of the New World Order.

  2. Massive immigration being necessary to the maintenance of an allegedly free state, the right of the non-citizen people to flood the land shall not be infringed.

  3. • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Yes. Bush was pretty good on Islamophobia, K-12 education, and immigration -- three issues where Trump is bad."

    Does this mean Matt Yglesias voted for George W. Bush in 2004 over John Kerry?
    , @Pericles
    Say what you will about Old Hitler, but he was better than New Hitler.
    , @bomag
    Ah, the good old days.
    , @res
    This strange new respect for GWB from the left is beyond hilarious. Trump is the gift that keeps on giving.
  4. If America’s immigration laws are not to be respected, why should we respect America’s gun control laws? If living in America is an entitled Human right than so should owning a gun. Gun ownership should be an entitled Human right even if it’s a fully automatic weapon. If the only criteria to immigrate to America is having a working pulse than the only criteria to own a gun in America should also only be to have a working pulse.

    • Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Is it possible the immigration plan is supposed to lead to more immigrant mass murders?

    If we get enough of those, will the Left manage to kill the 2nd Amendment, which is their second priority after replacing the founding stock?
  5. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal and are endowed by their Creator with the right to emigrate to America in the pursuit of happiness.”

  6. Jimmy Kimmel vs Trump.

    Isn’t Kimmel a hypocrite? His use of Guillermo has been classic stereotype of the Mexican as short, squat, mediocre, servile, clownish, and dog-like. Something to ridicule, mock, and lead by the nose. Kimmel’s show wallows in cultural stereotypes.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "His use of Guillermo has been classic stereotype of the Mexican as short,"

    Mexicans are short for the most part, it's not a stereotype. Hence the lack of Mexican female supermodels because female supermodels need to be at least 5 foot 7. Not many Mexican women are 5 foot 7 or taller. Mexican women have Asian women level height.

    Also the lack of Mexican NBA players. Also in professional wrestling Mexican wrestlers on average are shorter than White Gringo wrestlers. Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio are the typical average height for Mexican wrestlers.

  7. @Lord Jeff Sessions
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/836270089708138496

    Matt Yglesias.

    “Yes. Bush was pretty good on Islamophobia, K-12 education, and immigration — three issues where Trump is bad.”

    Does this mean Matt Yglesias voted for George W. Bush in 2004 over John Kerry?

  8. @Anon
    Jimmy Kimmel vs Trump.

    Isn't Kimmel a hypocrite? His use of Guillermo has been classic stereotype of the Mexican as short, squat, mediocre, servile, clownish, and dog-like. Something to ridicule, mock, and lead by the nose. Kimmel's show wallows in cultural stereotypes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojfm-wZ1vTw

    “His use of Guillermo has been classic stereotype of the Mexican as short,”

    Mexicans are short for the most part, it’s not a stereotype. Hence the lack of Mexican female supermodels because female supermodels need to be at least 5 foot 7. Not many Mexican women are 5 foot 7 or taller. Mexican women have Asian women level height.

    Also the lack of Mexican NBA players. Also in professional wrestling Mexican wrestlers on average are shorter than White Gringo wrestlers. Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio are the typical average height for Mexican wrestlers.

    • Replies: @Anon
    "Mexicans are short for the most part, it’s not a stereotype."

    No, it is a TRUE stereotype.
  9. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    And the proof that this thread is non-fiction: Deportation agency ignored 1.6 million visa overstays under Obama

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/feb/27/deportation-agency-ignored-16-million-visa-oversta/

    The government flagged more than 1.6 million foreign visitors for overstaying their visas from 2013 to 2015, but deportation agents said they fell too low on President Obama’s list of priorities to bother targeting for removal, according to a watchdog report released Monday.

    … In yo face!

  10. Silicon Valley has supposedly become overpriced even for it’s employees. Although I have an extremely hard time believing that the person written about in the article who earns a whopping $700,000 a year can not afford to live in any of the Silicon Valley suburbs of Palo Alto, Cupertino, Mountain View, or Sunnyvale. Making $700,000 U.S dollars a year is a lot of money no matter where on the planet you live.
    https://m.mic.com/articles/169798/silicon-valley-tech-workers-whine-about-scraping-by-on-six-figure-salaries#.3bH4f6bhi

    If you are struggling to financially survive on $700,000 a year than that has to do with your personal out of control spending habits and nothing to do with the cost of living where you live.

  11. @Jefferson
    "His use of Guillermo has been classic stereotype of the Mexican as short,"

    Mexicans are short for the most part, it's not a stereotype. Hence the lack of Mexican female supermodels because female supermodels need to be at least 5 foot 7. Not many Mexican women are 5 foot 7 or taller. Mexican women have Asian women level height.

    Also the lack of Mexican NBA players. Also in professional wrestling Mexican wrestlers on average are shorter than White Gringo wrestlers. Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio are the typical average height for Mexican wrestlers.

    “Mexicans are short for the most part, it’s not a stereotype.”

    No, it is a TRUE stereotype.

  12. It’s crazy. Globalized Americanism is so dominant and pervasive around the world that even the leaders of the most anti-American nations have imbibed the notion that America belongs to all the world.

    Death to America and let my auntie move there.

    Maybe America should be renamed Lazarica.

  13. A website is needed for the new and improved USSA’s Declaration, of Independence from the Constitution and Bill of Wrongs Rights preferably with the home page having a background image of a transgendered lesbian Muslim Hispanic in a camouflage hijab as the Statute (sic) of License Liberty holding a Wheaties box under hir arm.
    After all, the sooner the serfs aka zeks are apprised of the new rules, the sooner they can get up to speed.
    (Salon? Puffington Host? we lookin’ at you.)

    If the serfs can read.

    But don’t count on it.
    Self flagellation is the only penance thing really required if you are a native born citizen and besides literacy really is a drawback and eventually will be a cause for termination as it was with the Khmer Rouge.

    Trust me, we’re working on it.
    After that, we can roll out the video game with the requisite effulgent endorsements by the Jardashians.
    Are you in?

  14. @Jefferson
    If America's immigration laws are not to be respected, why should we respect America's gun control laws? If living in America is an entitled Human right than so should owning a gun. Gun ownership should be an entitled Human right even if it's a fully automatic weapon. If the only criteria to immigrate to America is having a working pulse than the only criteria to own a gun in America should also only be to have a working pulse.

    Is it possible the immigration plan is supposed to lead to more immigrant mass murders?

    If we get enough of those, will the Left manage to kill the 2nd Amendment, which is their second priority after replacing the founding stock?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Is it possible the immigration plan is supposed to lead to more immigrant mass murders?

    If we get enough of those, will the Left manage to kill the 2nd Amendment, which is their second priority after replacing the founding stock?"

    The Left wanted to talk about banning guns instead of banning undesirable Muslim immigrants after the San Bernardino and Orlando massacres.
  15. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Puritan

    “in Oliver puritanism worked itself out to its logical end. He convinced himself, on puritan grounds, that it was wrong to be a puritan.”

    That explains a lot.

    • Replies: @Millennial
    It's really incredible how fictional stories, usually written centuries later,(The Scarlet Letter, The Crucible, etc.), and often by authors with particular axes to grind (e.g. Arthur Miller) are continuously held up as authoritative proof of what "Puritanism" was all about.
  16. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Is it possible the immigration plan is supposed to lead to more immigrant mass murders?

    If we get enough of those, will the Left manage to kill the 2nd Amendment, which is their second priority after replacing the founding stock?

    “Is it possible the immigration plan is supposed to lead to more immigrant mass murders?

    If we get enough of those, will the Left manage to kill the 2nd Amendment, which is their second priority after replacing the founding stock?”

    The Left wanted to talk about banning guns instead of banning undesirable Muslim immigrants after the San Bernardino and Orlando massacres.

  17. @Lord Jeff Sessions
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/836270089708138496

    Matt Yglesias.

    Say what you will about Old Hitler, but he was better than New Hitler.

  18. @Lord Jeff Sessions
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/836270089708138496

    Matt Yglesias.

    Ah, the good old days.

  19. It’s perfect. God bless you, Sir!

    A quibble: replace the stilted “and/or” with “and” – the right to do two things includes the right to do either of them alone.

    Somewhat off-topic: The recent protestations by the mainstream media about insufficient access to the president highlight a few things:

    The protected right is that to write and publish, just as it is to speak and assemble. For anyone and everyone. Full stop. It is not a special right to commerically publish or broadcast or for commercial publishers and broadcasters, such that, say, the New York Times or CNN have any special rights beyond those of Joe the Blogger: they do not. That the term “the press” became synecdoche for the commercial media has led to a raft of incorrect thought on the matter.

    Secondly, the right has nothing to do with access to the government. The Congressional Record, the FOIA, states’ analogues thereof, voluntary conferences and interviews by offcials, and so on are all good and desirable things. But CNN et al. are just barking at the moon with their recent caterwauling about access to the government under the federal constitution.

    The actual impetus for enshrining the right was indeed with a view toward rabble-rousers wanting to distribute bills, newspapers, and monographs critical of the government with impunity. It had no connection with access to governmental information and records. That last thing is important, but it grows from a different tradition and it is protected in other ways.

  20. @Lord Jeff Sessions
    OT:

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/836270089708138496

    Matt Yglesias.

    This strange new respect for GWB from the left is beyond hilarious. Trump is the gift that keeps on giving.

  21. @Anon
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Puritan

    "in Oliver puritanism worked itself out to its logical end. He convinced himself, on puritan grounds, that it was wrong to be a puritan."

    That explains a lot.

    It’s really incredible how fictional stories, usually written centuries later,(The Scarlet Letter, The Crucible, etc.), and often by authors with particular axes to grind (e.g. Arthur Miller) are continuously held up as authoritative proof of what “Puritanism” was all about.

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