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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Trump's SOTU

Unlike every other president's State of the Union Address, Trump didn't waste time giving everyone free stuff - free stuff they can't actually give away or get done.  But free stuff they toss out in the imaginations of the plebs to soak up.

No, Trump did not give that speech.  Instead he gave a cheerleading speech.  One where he mostly said how great America and Americans are.  One which forced the idiots in the Congress to cheer for him and what he said...It was sloppy and wasn't nearly as 'professionally crafted' as many of his predecessors, but it was effective.

Of course the media and Democrats will say it was a 'dark speech.'  Totally 'Hitler stuff.'  Maybe even 'Stalinesque.'  But they are jerkoffs, and would have said this no matter what Trump did.

Truthfully, the speech was a waste of time - as all SOTU's are...But here were the main lines.  Lines I have no doubt Trump truly believes.  Lines I have no doubt Democrats truly hate.


"The United States is a compassionate nation. We are proud that we do more than any other country, anywhere in the world, to help the needy, the struggling, and the underprivileged, all over the world.  But as president of the United States, my highest loyalty, my greatest compassion, my constant concern, is for America's children, America's struggling workers, and America's forgotten communities. I want our youth to grow up to achieve great things. I want our poor to have their chance to rise. So tonight, I am extending an open hand to work with members of both parties, Democrats and Republicans, to protect our citizens of every background, color, religion and creed.  My duty, and the sacred duty of every elected official in this chamber, is to defend Americans, to protect their safety, their families, their communities, and their right to the American dream. Because Americans are dreamers, too."

"We are a people whose heroes live not only in the past, but all around us, defending hope, pride, and defending the American way. They work in every trade, they sacrifice to raise a family. They care for our children at home. They defend our flag abroad. They are strong moms and brave kids. They are firefighters and police officer's and border agents, medics, and Marines. Above all else, they are Americans. This capital, the city, this nation, belongs entirely to them."

Truly horrific things to say.  Things Democrats absolutely hate...Because they truly and absolutely hate "We the people"!!!

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Hillary Clinton: Dumb Assctivus Biotch!


You'd think after calling millions of Americans "a basket of deplorables" Hillary Clinton would just shut up.


I guess not.


Actually, you'd think after running the worst presidential campaign in American history, Hillary Clinton would just go away - maybe even put a .45 cal in her piehole...I guess not.

Alright, I guess that second part was just wishful thinking :)

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Holy 'Holes'

"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here." - President Donald Trump (Allegedly)

Trump denies saying it.  Republicans in the meeting where it was supposedly said say he didn't say it...But Democrat Senator Dick'Head' Durbin says he did say it - and he leaked it to the press.

It sounds like the way Trump would ask this question, so let's just assume he did say it.

"President Donald Trump is absolutely right. Africa is a continent of shit...When you have heads of state who mess with the constitutions to perpetuate their power. When you have rebel factions that kill children, disembowel women as saints, who mutilate innocent civilians. Frankly, it must be said that it's crap." - Mamady Traore (West African Sociologist)

"The idea that you are not allowed to say that they’re pretty crummy countries, Haiti for example or El Salvador, I’ve been in both of them - that’s why people are leaving them to come here…So I don’t understand what the sin is. You’re not allowed to point out that other countries aren’t as good places to live as America?...The people who left those countries, some of them rode trains all the way through Mexico or they hid in the wheel well of a plane to leave, they would agree with that. So why the outrage?...You have to lie and pretend...We’ve gotten to a place where no one can be honest about anything." – Tucker Carlson

Truthfully, I'm praying he did say it.  And I'm hoping he's smart enough to force an answer out of Congress when it comes to the matter, because the reality is we don't need any more people coming to America who have nothing to offer it...Remember, our immigration policy is supposed to help Americans - work, add to the economy, pay taxes, etc.  It is not a welfare program for the worlds worst off.

And his question wasn't just about Africa or Asia or South America.  It was about all of the world - most of which is a "shithole"!

For those who are offended by Trump's profanity (or mine), get over yourself.  He talks like we all talk, and I don't want to hear the 'He isn't speaking presidential' BS...He was in a private meeting, and Dick'Head' Durbin is the one who decided to run out to the press with it.

Also, don't kid yourself for a minute into thinking Trump is the first Prez who's ever spoken like this...Every President in modern memory has - including Obama.  If anything, Trump is quite tame compared to some of our better cursing Presidents.

Here's just one article about this topic.

So back to the original issue:  We better all hope and pray Trump, or someone with half a brain, is thinking about the people we let in the U.S.  Because if we don't get control of it soon, we are going to become just like the countries all of these people are fleeing.

"If you inundate your country with people from 'shitholes,' how can you be surprised when your country turns to shit?" - Poison Pero


Sunday, January 14, 2018

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This day should properly be Civil Rights Day:  MLK was a great man, but the civil rights movement didn't begin or end with him. Though he was undoubtedly the most effective and powerful of its leaders. The spirit of this day is the celebration of America's civil rights advances, and as such I am certain Reverend King would agree such a day should honor all of those who ignited and forwarded the civil rights cause.

I'm also quite certain Reverend King would be disgusted by many of the modern pretenders who have disgraced his legacy by claiming to carry the banner of MLK (Jackson, Sharpton, etc.)...He would be especially disgusted by the white, race-baiting clowns who use race as a tool to forward Leftism.

For those who don't know, some of the other great civil rights leaders are: Rosa ParksJackie RobinsonMartin Luther King Jr., Frederick DouglasGeorge Washington CarverSojournor Truth. (click the links to read about each)


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Dr. King's dream today a nightmare
By Mychal Massie
Originally Posted @ World Net Daily

(Jan. 15, 2018), is the annual commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Signs, posters, radio/TV ads and the all-inclusive holiday sale will remind us that it's time for America, as a nation, to remember the injustices he fought.

Preachers will preach special sermons, teachers will have special lesson plans, and politicians, coupled with the usual colliers of immiseration, will pose for photo-ops. All will reference how he fought for the freedom, equality and dignity of blacks. There will be marches, chants and choruses of "we shall overcome" – all of which will be carefully designed and presented to omit the fact that we have "overcame" [sic].

Sadly, but certainly not unexpectedly, Dr. King's day of national commemoration has devolved into a day of misrepresentation of what he actually stood for: "blame the white capitalistic system" in general, "white conservatives" specifically, and "immiseration rallies" ad nauseum. I submit it is time to honor his memory in truth and honesty. I am long since wearied of the dissociative falsities surrounding his life and words.

Speaking of his life – it is enough to say he put it on the line, literally, every day. He didn't retreat – he didn't apologize. He didn't distort the truth – he instead offered it up for America and the world to see. Presentation of the undiluted truth was a sulfuric colonic to the racist elements of his day. It was reality TV before islands, desperate wives and trying to impress casino owners.

Dr. King didn't need to invent injustice – being denied the right to vote, eat, purchase and live where he chose didn't need inventing. Same was the zeitgeist of his environs. Beatings, fire hoses and attack dogs in the hands of the hate-filled didn't need embellishing – it needed only to be seen every night on the evening news for the conscience of America to demand change.

Truth can be denied by the darkness of hatred and by the recalcitrant, but it can never be disproved, nor can it ultimately be diminished. But some forms of truth are less transpicuous than others, thus the reason uninformed and uneducated people are so easily misled.

While there are any number of scholarly positions that would be open to cogent and reasoned debate were Dr. King still alive, what is not open for debate are his position on segregation, be it codified or self-imposed, or his position on drinking from the cup of bitterness and resentment that so many blissfully imbibe from today. And when we read:

"In the process of gaining our rightful place, we must not be guilty of wrongful deeds. Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred.

"We must forever conduct our struggles on the high plane of dignity and discipline. We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence...The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers…realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny and their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedoms..."

It gives us some indication of what he may have thought or said to the Jacksons, Sharptons, Farrakhans or Julian Bonds of today. Who cares to speculate per his opinion of the National Urban League president, Mark Morial, who praised Planned Parenthood as a "good organization," even though the Ugandan parasite, Idi Amin, murdered fewer Africans during his entire bloodthirsty reign than the number of black babies Planned Parenthood casually murders annually with the blessing of so-called black leadership.

What would he say of his dream today – when we examine the devastating effect personal and social irresponsibility has had on the black family? We can but wonder how he would feel about black gangs, drugs, educational largesse, generational welfare and the damning results of the Great Society Initiative.

Perhaps instead of preening for photo-ops, the feckless fantasia called liberal politicians and black leadership would better spend their time trying to remember exactly what Dr. King's dream was – because their version of same more closely resembles the nightmare of nocturnal occlusion.

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