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Friday, March 22, 2019

Creepy Democrat positions

From abolishing ICE to circumcision to reparations, the Democrat Party's presidential candidates are taking positions that would embarrass a cat lady. It is a party driven mad by its hatred of President Donald John Trump and each of his 63 million deplorable voters who are the dregs of society according to Joe Biden.

First up is the call by Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Both were silent when Barack Hussein Obama put children in cages in 2014, according to the Arizona Republic.

It reported on June 18, 2014, "They are undocumented. They entered the country illegally. And when they were apprehended by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, they were shipped to Nogales from overwhelmed processing facilities in Texas.

"But they are still children in cages, not gangsters, not delinquents. Just children, 900 of them, in a makeshift border-town processing center that is larger than a football field. They pass the day sitting on benches or lying side by side on tiny blue mattresses pressed up against each other on nearly every square inch of the floor in the fenced areas."

But now that Donald Trump is president, Warren is on the warpath.

"The President's deeply immoral actions have made it obvious that we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing ICE with something that reflects our values," the 1,024th Indian said.

Gillibrand, aka Hillary Jr., said, "I don't think ICE today is working as intended. I believe that it has become a deportation force, and I think you should separate the criminal justice from the immigration issues."

They enforce the law. So far no Democrat has introduced legislation to repeal all immigration laws. She is calling for yet another government agency to pick and choose which laws it will enforce.

But that is just one item in the cornucopia of crazy Democrats promote.

Having flunked out of the Electoral College in 2016, Democrats want to abolish it.

That would negate the agreement that made this nation possible. Without a protection from New York and Virginia alone deciding who was president, Connecticut and other small states would have opted out of the Constitution.

The irony is the small states among the original colonies are all Democrat strongholds in presidential elections.

Medicare for All is another kooky position that would easily cost $25 trillion in its first decade alone.

This would be a windfall for hospital administrators and insurance company executives, but a trip to the poorhouse for taxpayers.

Then there is the Green New Deal. It would cost four times as much: $100 trillion according to the Washington Post.

Free college is another policy Democrat push. Free college will do to higher education what free public schools have done to primary and secondary education.

Here's a hint: One-third of the best and the brightest who go on to college must take remedial courses in English or math or both to learn what they should have learned in high school.

Then there is adding more justices to the Supreme Court.

Hmm. Maybe President Trump should do that instead of waiting for RBG to expire.

Then there is infanticide. Democrats in New York state approved killing babies upon birth. Other benighted states want to do the same.

At the other end of the scale, Andrew Yang wants to ban infant circumcision under the misguided notion that babies cannot feel pain when you kill them, but are in agony over snipping the foreskin.

Of course, his proposal is part of the rising acceptance of anti-Semitism by Democrats. The bris ceremony is part of bonding Jewish men together. I am not calling Yang an anti-Semite because I have no idea what his feelings are. But anti-Semitism is behind this movement.

He also wants to give money to Americans to sit around and do nothing. It is welfare under the socially acceptable title of Guaranteed Income.

Guaranteed by whom? A federal government that is $21 trillion in debt?

Along these lines is the idea of reparations over slavery. Let's call it what it is: Get Out The Black Vote. In 2012, 66.6% of black voters voted. Four years later, 59.6% did.

These are the Democrat positions.

I sense a trainwreck in 2020 because I see one now.


  1. Yep."Northbound train on a southbound track."
    The "Rock Island line "

    1. a mighty good road, the Rock Island line is the road to ride, the Rock Island line is a mighty good road, if you gonna ride it gotta ride it like your flyin' get your ticket at the station for the Rock Island line"

  2. Medicare for All..."would be a windfall for hospital administrators and insurance company executives, but a trip to the poorhouse for taxpayers."

    And trip to the cemetery for older people, who are deemed too far gone for a good return on investment.
    Ain't socialism great? It has a hundred-year record of failure and tens of millions of deaths to its credit, yet Democrats are flocking to it like it's some cool, new idea.

    - Gary B

    1. That's because they are the smart ones who finally do socialism right!

  3. Dances With Wolf Blitzer-Warren: "we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing ICE with something that reflects our values,"

    Bellhops, chauffeurs and concierges?

  4. Suggested Slogan for Democrats:

    "We Cheat Our Way In To College...And Cheat Our Way Out Of College!"

  5. They can't suddenly become rational. That would be a sign of weakness.
    And so, further on into the realms of madness they must delve.

  6. If you want to know the real cost of a government program, multiply the estimate by 2 to be realistic and by 3 just to be safe.

    1. If you want to know the real cost of a government program, multiply the estimate by 2 to be realistic and then by 3 just to be safe. Fify

  7. I got my Dreg certificate while I was still in high school.

    1. And I was building houses, repairing and selling vehicles and barely passing the boringly easy high school classes, aceing the tests that mattered and fuck that shit homework crap I had no spare time to waste on.

      You are of use to mr, tho, as I can bill you for the work I can do for you that your certificates may say you can do, but you know better.

      And I've been debt free for decades.

      Other than the fucking democrats taxings, I earn my daily bread.

  8. The remedial math/English stat. for college gets over-dramatized in my opinion. I took a low-level algebra course that wasn't necessary in my freshman year of college. Two reasons for this is my H.S. alg. teacher was a jerk who would not answer any questions so we all quickly learned not to ask any. Even though I earned a B in algebra and B+ in Algebra II in high school, I decided to take high school level Algebra in college just to firm up my understanding of the subject from what turned out to be an awesome professor. Second reason for taking the remedial course is it was a 3 credit course that would count toward my GPA. Got an A, which helped toward a 3.6 GPA my freshman year. Graduated with a 3.14 in Business Administration and three minors. I did better in college grade-wise than in high school. My main point is that I see that statistic harped on a lot lately and I wonder if other college grads like myself are less than impressed by it's use. I'm not defending the sub-par public school system. I just think there are better ways to highlight the public school problem than this.

    Eric W.

    1. No one ever teaches any one anything.

      Each one chooses what they choose to teach themself.

      This is what is known as learning.

      We disregard that which we do not agree with.

      We embrace and make our own that which we agree with.

      Some things we accept as true because they are proven, to our satisfaction, if not pleasure, as being true.

      Your post examplfies the nature of college these days, as an extended, from your perspective, the student's, duration of high school.

      You, as so many others, have been conned.




      ALL knowing is by personal choosing.

      ALL conclusions are also by personal choosings.

      Not all personal choosings result in conclusions not contrary to reality.

      You chose to extend your high school perspective for an additional, and expensive, 4 years.

      Instead of choosing to seek, and thus find, whatever knowings provided you with the capability to live your life as an adult after getting that high school diploma.

      You were sold a bill of bogus goods, at an inflated price, and you bought it.

      Are you living as an adult yet?

    2. As Cheech sang it in Next Movie:

      "Mexican Americans like to go to night school and take Spanish so they can get a B."

  9. Eric, your comment did not refute the point made in the article - it confirmed it.

  10. When I went to school, the ne plus ultra GPA was 4.0. Straight A’s.

    I heard on the radio the other day (part of the ongoing Varsity Blues debate) that you needed a 4.6 to get into the really good schools today. And I thought to myself, “Self, there’s them damn LibCommies messin with shit again.”

  11. Yep.. It will be a trainwreck alright... The PROBLEM here is you "consrvatives" think that no one will vote for this stupidity... ARE YOU REALLY THAT STUPID??? LOOK AT 2018 election... THEY VOTED FOR COMMUNISM! Get it out of your head that we are going to fix this at the ballot box... AIN'T HAPPENIN! In FACT, TRUMP is going to LOSE in 2020, because he FAILED to drain the swamp, he FAILED to protect conservative speech, and his DOJ has FAILED to hold treasonous criminals ACCOUNTABLE! In fact, as much as I like him, TRUMP has done more to HELP turn America into a communist SHlTHOLE than anyone, because all he HAS managed to do is keep the "patriots" on the couch, and their guns in the closet, meanwhile, COMMUNISM stomps forward..... PROVE ME WRONG! YOU CAN'T!!