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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Et tu, Wall Street Journal?

Rupert Murdoch has turned America's greatest newspaper into toilet paper for birds.

From the Wall Street Journal's editorial on Thursday: "When Nikki Haley offered the Republican response to President Obama's final State of the Union, the American people heard an articulate conservative who has twice been elected Governor in South Carolina. It’s a sign of the GOP’s distemper that some conservatives denounced her because she didn't denounce legal immigration."


Her critics want LEGAL IMMIGRATION.

She favors illegal immigration -- breaking the law and being rewarded with citizenship.

That has been a liberal goal for 50 years now.

Damn shame that Murdoch has the Wall Street Journal embracing this idiocy.


  1. The WSJ was advocating open borders long before Rupert Murdoch bought them.

    Part of those famous "New York values" is not giving a rat's ass damn about the Texas border or those of any other backward State beyond the Hudson.

  2. Haley talks as if she's got lockjaw, never opening her mouth. Her lips and teeth barely part. What's with that? Is it a South Carolina Indian thing? It's really unnerving to hear the sound but not see the lips move, like some ventriloquist act.

    1. Sounds more like a New England WASP thing.

  3. Surber,
    Has Trump turned you into a hack journ-0-list?

    "No one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country.

    At the same time, that does not mean we just flat out open our borders. We can't do that. We cannot continue to allow immigrants to come here illegally. And in this age of terrorism, we must not let in refugees whose intentions cannot be determined.

    We must fix our broken immigration system. That means stopping illegal immigration. And it means welcoming properly vetted legal immigrants, regardless of their race or religion. Just like we have for centuries."

    1. Oh hell, I was a hack long before that

    2. Miss your blog ... sorta teasing.

      My point was, Haley wasn't advocating for illegal immigration.