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September 29, 2011

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gringoman

BTW, in fairness to the Leftniki, for anyone who thought the recent axe job done on Rick Perry with the "slur" that was "scooped" (heh) by the Washington ComPost (Mark Levin's term)....

According to a media insider, Mitt Romneycare has the best Oppo (opposition research) in the business, i.e. the most brutal and best paid.

And Team Perry is obviously new to this level of "competition."

Is Perry smart enough to come back swinging with precision uppercuts and left hooks and hard jabs to the jaw of the Wall Street-backed Romney Machine--at least as smart and articulate as a Cain would be? We'll see. If he's not, the Obots will get to show what they can do with Mormon underwear, a Corporate Charley who is slick enough to convince the herd that he'll repeal Obamneycare, and the fact of Mormons banning blacks from their sect until not so long ago. In other words, the herd will get the Bush II they were instructed was Perry---either that or Obamunism occupies the White House for four more years, this time with no election to temper it.

LongRifle

---either that or Obamunism occupies the White House for four more years, this time with no election to temper it.

Posted by: gringoman | October 02, 2011 at 11:03 PM


...and that is what this next election is all about.

xbjllb

"...and that is what this next election is all about." - longrifle


That's what YOU think.

DJ

DJ, I suspect you're confusing "legal" with "moral," so let me try to help.

You don't really mean that what Texas did was "illegal." It was obviously perfectly legal under the US Constitution.

Posted by: gringoman | October 02, 2011 at 05:02 PM

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WRONG!

Gringoman, the granting of instate tuition is both a moral AND a LEGAL issue.

BTW, I've already covered that on this thread. It's contained in my post@ DJ | October 01, 2011 at 09:17 PM


AGAIN!:

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Rick Perry, In-State Tuition, and Federal Law

September 23, 2011 5:43 P.M. By Heather Mac Donald

Rick Perry defended his support for Texas’s in-state-tuition policy for illegal aliens in last night’s Republican debate: “If you say that we should not educate children who come into our state for no other reason than that they’ve been brought there through no fault of their own, I don’t think you have a heart.”

Perry is right: There are compelling humanitarian arguments for treating illegal minors who did not themselves choose to break the law with far greater leniency than the parents who brought them into the country illegally. How to deal with them is the thorniest problem resulting from our broken borders. But hard cases can make bad law. Giving illegal youth de facto legal status is deeply unfair to those immigrant parents and their children who obeyed the law. And once you start handing out amnesties, you inevitably create more incentives for illegal entry. Moreover, allowing illegal students full access to Texas’s university system while making them pay out-of-state tuition like every other non-legal resident of Texas — such as citizens from Arkansas or Oklahoma — hardly constitutes a denial of education, as Perry implies.

Perry justified Texas’s mini-amnesty on federalism grounds: “This was a state issue. Texas voted on it.”

That might be a minimally colorable argument but for a little problem: Federal law explicitly forbids just what Texas did. “An alien who is not lawfully present in the United States,” declares Section 505 of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA), “shall not be eligible on the basis of residence within a State . . . for any postsecondary education benefit unless a citizen or national of the United States is eligible for such a benefit (in no less an amount, duration, and scope) without regard to whether the citizen or national is such a resident.”

Notwithstanding this federal ban on in-state illegal-alien tuition policies, neither the Bush nor Obama administration has ever objected to such policies on supremacy-clause grounds. Even without this legislative ban, in-state tuition is far more intrusive a grab of federal lawmaking power than Arizona’s maligned SB 1070 (which officially authorizes the state’s police officers to check the immigration status of people they stop on legitimate law-enforcement grounds and whom they reasonably suspect of being in the country illegally). SB 1070 merely enforces existing federal laws. Texas’s law not only contradicts federal law, it creates precisely the patchwork of conflicting state immigration policies (i.e., amnesties in some states, not in others) which the supremacy clause is supposed to prevent.

The Texas attorney general’s effort to justify the state’s amnesty in the face of IIRIRA’s Section 505 almost laughably dodges the preemption issue with the meager argument that the “terms ‘postsecondary education benefit’ and ‘residence’ are not defined in the federal law.” His desperate defense is a reminder that once you start justifying law-breaking, however ostensibly compassionate your intentions (and one needs to ask here what position pro-amnesty Republicans would take on illegal immigration if they weren’t eager to court the Hispanic vote), you are led into further and further betrayals of the rule of law.

RafeMasters_76

As a fellow New Yorker, I would like to know what Monica's thoughts are on tge Wall Street protests. She should know that some Tea Party members have joined the revolution.

gringoman

///Moreover, allowing illegal students full access to Texas’s university system while making them pay out-of-state tuition like every other non-legal resident of Texas — such as citizens from Arkansas or Oklahoma — hardly constitutes a denial of education, as Perry implies.///

DJ,

Heather Macdonald is a pretty smart gal. I don't see why she had to bollox up this statement. i.e. "Every other non-legal resident of Texas" is NOT required to pay out-of=state tuition. She is wrong on the fact. There is a residency requirement. Three years. That requirement applies ALSO to any Mexican. If you reside in Texas for three years, you can get in-state tuition, no matter where you're from. That's the law. You can't just come in to Texas and automatically get it, no matter where you're from. This happens to be Texas law, whether non-Texans like it or not, or whether they want to take it up with Texas or not instead of doing a Romney and promoting it as PERRY's EXECUTIVE ORDER. I'll look at the rest her screed later.

RafeMasters_76

Be forewarned Americans. October is scheduled for violence. “progressive” violence. Do not be fooled. The violence in the streets will be largely as it was back in the 1960s. Perpetrated by fringe radical anti-American elements devoted to the destruction of the United States. The difference this time will be, instead of standing up for America, the White House will be siding with the radicals.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2011/10/01/progressives-prepare-to-riot/


Posted by: mjfell | October 01, 2011 at 01:39 AM

You must be completely ignorant or just not bright at all. Although I would agree there are some elements of radicalism in terms of the actions taken but the fundamental message is clear. The middle-class and the poor have had enough of the politics from both parties and being nickled & dimed by businesses i.e. BOA recent checking account monthly fees. Enough is enough and if Obama isn't strong enough to bring change to this country then actions must be taken by the middle-class and the poor.

Revolution - an overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed.

RafeMasters_76

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cgbJ-Fs1ikA

Reagan was for ending the tax loopholes.


END THE GOP MADNESS 2012

RafeMasters_76

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1hbOeaKRj0&feature=player_embedded#!

OCCUPY UNTIL REAL CHANGE HAPPENS 2011-2012

http://www.occupytogether.org/

thebuckstopshere

one small pt for DJ, IF there was any descretionary money in my state, why would I travel for a half day to get it in Texas?

I like Perry cause I like how his state looks, how it operates & yes the fact there are happy people there with descretionary money, willing to still spend it...........

GOD BLESS TEXAS, GOVERNOR RICK PERRY & DJ too......

RafeMasters_76

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6yrT-0Xbrn4

An intelligent, rational American Citizen giving his peace (and then some) to FAUX News.

DJ

one small pt for DJ, IF there was any descretionary money in my state, why would I travel for a half day to get it in Texas?

I like Perry cause I like how his state looks, how it operates & yes the fact there are happy people there with descretionary money, willing to still spend it...........

GOD BLESS TEXAS, GOVERNOR RICK PERRY & DJ too......

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | October 03, 2011 at 11:47 AM

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Buck,

It sounds to me like you live in a one-horse town. If so, then I can sympathise with you having to travel great distances in order to find work. In any event, best of luck to you.

Adapt, innovate, overcome!

DJ

It looks like Herman Cain may have jumped the shark when he got duped by SLIME vis-a-vis the Rick Perry Ni**gerhead non-issue.

http://michellemalkin.com/2011/10/03/rick-perry-and-the-macaca-media/

DJ

The Mad Jewess wrote:

Cain: Another RACE-HUSTLING Tyrant

RACE CARD, RACE CARD–gotta have my race card!!
I AM SICK of this S-HIT. Look at this. Now, its Cain. Seems to be the only way to get elected is to pretend that black people are going through a bunch of reverse racism.


I HAVE HAD IT with race-hustling politics. I have had it with feminist-bitches from hell. NO TO CAIN, too.

You can bet money on this; OUR BLOG will NOT be endorsing ANYONE for prez.

Cain Calls Perry Hunting Camp Former Name ‘Racially Insensitive’

thebuckstopshere

I am telling ya now, the gooper machine is making way for another annoiting.......magic pants vs fradulent SS#..........

HOPE I am wrong...............

Steve Morgan

Cain Calls Perry Hunting Camp Former Name ‘Racially Insensitive’
POSTED BY: DJ | OCTOBER 03, 2011 AT 02:22 PM

Cain is being needlessly polite.

Steve Morgan

I speak from years of experience in the Orient.- GRINGOMAN


'A half-century ago I was a cub reporter in Vietnam. Since then I've been back a few time to drink beer and reminisce. I never pulled a rickshaw but I've worked as a cabbie in NY. So I must know more about asia than you. I use the word "Orient" to convey a sense of mysticism, nothing more. In fact, I just opened a fortune cookie with (in addition to six numbers for the lotto) the words: "It wasn't chicken".

Jay

'A half-century ago I was a cub reporter in Vietnam. Since then I've been back a few time to drink beer and reminisce. I never pulled a rickshaw but I've worked as a cabbie in NY. So I must know more about asia than you. I use the word "Orient" to convey a sense of mysticism, nothing more. In fact, I just opened a fortune cookie with (in addition to six numbers for the lotto) the words: "It wasn't chicken".

Posted by: Steve Morgan | October 03, 2011 at 03:10 PM

And, I was a Navy man on the boats.

SAT CONG!

Jay

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6yrT-0Xbrn4

An intelligent, rational American Citizen giving his peace (and then some) to FAUX News.

Posted by: RafeMasters_76 | October 03, 2011 at 01:44 PM


FAKENEWS FOX is Murdoch's propaganda machine for the right. PERIOD! The irregulars speak of SLIME media With FOX, the word SLIME fits! Never seen so many lies from ONE news? network!

Have posted several on the memo.

No wonder the right is so screwed up!

RafeMasters_76

Another bad day on the market but who's to blame for that, hmmm?

xbjllb

Let's see, the majority of stock holders are right wing GOP, so there's your blame. They're basically taking their ball and going home until they get what they want, EVEN THOUGH THEY'VE GOTTEN EVERYTHING THEY WANTED ALL ALONG.

It's never enough for Nazis; they have to have it ALL, even in mere name. Even if they've had the substance all along under the guise of "socialism". Because, unfortunately, despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary, they believe the utter bullshit spewn by Big RIGHTWINGNUT Propaganda.

I don't know. I sense big trouble heading for the finance sector. If I was a wall street millionaire, I'd cash in my chips, leave the country, and retire.

Heck, I'd have done that a long time ago if I could have afforded to.

But then, I don't particularly care for guillotines. Or revolutions. Messy.

And whether it's started by the rabble for real, or by cointelpro instigators who can't be controlled by the crowd, IT'S GOING TO END BADLY.

VERY badly.

xbjllb

A message to the rich: Keep your bags packed, your tickets handy, and pick up a small dirty used car for your driver to drive you and yours to the nearest airport.

And ship as much as you can beforehand.

And have the butler pick up an assortment of thrift shop touristy looking clothing.

Steve Morgan

Ummah, think vampire.

Jay

Another bad day on the market but who's to blame for that, hmmm?

Posted by: RafeMasters_76 | October 03, 2011 at 04:26 PM

Sure the irregulars will blame the liberals.

To them, the conservative party is the PERFECT party that does no wrong.
And, whenever a conservative politician does so.
Then, it's the typical copout.

"HE'S A RHINO!"

DJ

Cain Calls Perry Hunting Camp Former Name ‘Racially Insensitive’
POSTED BY: DJ | OCTOBER 03, 2011 AT 02:22 PM

Cain is being needlessly polite.


Posted by: Steve Morgan | October 03, 2011 at 03:00 PM

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Yes, I agree, but the "anti-racist" media (read: anti-white bigoted media) is overplaying that particular story. They're blowing it all out of proportion.

I wonder why that is? (Of course I know the answer.)

Do you?

Steve Morgan

Gringorgasmatic Rick Perry will be packin' it in soon. Niggerhead Ranch is just the tip of the iceberg. It's what went on at Niggerhead that will send Good Ol' Rick on the proverbial Fred Train leading away from the nomination and most likely the governorship as well.

Seems that a weekend at Niggerhead cost about $5k. With that you got to hunt quaill, a the burbon you could drink... and, oh yeah, facetime (not in the Harry Wittington sense) with the gov'.

On top of that Niggerhead was well known to Austin lobbyists, many of them who took a shine to the nappy ranch.

One of the joys of the Primary is that ordinary people get to vote their preference in spite of the fact that Wall St keeps trotting out a stable of candidates that are acceptable to the banks in the hopes that one will be copesthetic with you too. Here I might remind you of that infamous vote taken to bail out Wall St: those who voted for (Goper Central) and those who did not (true populists from the left and right).

It's that easy.

thebuckstopshere

Levin speaks out on the infamous Perry rock vs the won's hanging with the black panthers......

http://www.breitbart.tv/mark-levin-obamas-appearance-with-new-black-panthers-destroys-medias-perry-rock-story/

GIG 'EM RICK

thebuckstopshere

Speaking of an "in the know, douche" goopers choisen weighs in on Perry's rock............

http://weaselzippers.us/2011/10/03/romney-rick-perrys-hunting-camp-is-offensive/

GIG 'EM RICK!

thebuckstopshere

While Texas democrats defend their governor regarding charge of being racist........

http://weaselzippers.us/2011/10/03/texas-democrats-forcefully-defend-perry-from-wapo-hatchet-job-he-doesnt-have-a-racist-bone-in-his-body/

GIG 'EM RICK!

Jay

Levin speaks out on the infamous Perry rock vs the won's hanging with the black panthers......

http://www.breitbart.tv/mark-levin-obamas-appearance-with-new-black-panthers-destroys-medias-perry-rock-story/

GIG 'EM RICK

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | October 03, 2011 at 11:20 PM


http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2011/10/03/right-wing-continues-to-try-to-tie-barack-obama-to-black-panthers

Jay

Levin, who has high regards for Truman. Even though Truman said if you want to live like a Republican, vote Democrat!

Wonder if anyone ever told Mark levin that?

Jay

In 2008 Obama just barely won North carolina.Even though McCain had the most election day votes. How did Obama win? He had far more votes from early voters. There has in throughout the country. The GOP has looked at what groups voted against them. They are in the process of doing what they can to make those people have a more difficult time to vote in 2012. The more you learn about the GOP. The more there is to dislike.

gringoman

We would expect progs and Marxlings to try to maximize the painted=out 'Niggerhead' at Perry property while playng deaf mutes to their LBJ and Senator Byrd using 'nigger' like rappers, let alone their Big Bubba demeaning Obama with a nakedly racist remark. That's what weasels do.

Little wonder they'll go almost spastic trying to deny fascist Mussolini's history as a radical socialist.

Imagine how they'll react to revelations of communist Karl Marx and socialist Adolf Hitler in synch on a very major issue in Europe.

Further proof that socialism and fascism are siblings. Who knew?

xbjllb

"We would expect progs and Marxlings to try to maximize the painted=out 'Niggerhead' at Perry property while playng deaf mutes to their LBJ and Senator Byrd using 'nigger' like rappers," - Gringowhore


That was more than thirty YEARS ago, you archaic relic.

I know you want to live in 1938 Berlin, but the rest of us DON'T.

Jay

Little wonder they'll go almost spastic trying to deny fascist Mussolini's history as a radical socialist.

Imagine how they'll react to revelations of communist Karl Marx and socialist Adolf Hitler in synch on a very major issue in Europe.

Further proof that socialism and fascism are siblings. Who knew?

Posted by: gringoman | October 04, 2011 at 12:43 AM

And, fascism is right wing!

The world knows!

Jay

Funny how conservatives ALWAYS proclaim that racism is a liberal mentality. When, they ignore it amongts themselves. Shows a desperate mindset.

Who is being attacked the most by the conservatives in that Perry's rock issue? Cain!

Jay

Cheney says Obama should apologize to Bush administration after al-Awlaki killing

Typical Republican response.

Cheney doesn't know the difference between a Drone attack and interogating Prisoners.

But, Bush never cared about getting Bin Laden.
He just wanted to finish his dad's war.

DJ

Racist attacks on white people should carry the same weight as far as penalties go -- both legal and social -- as the reverse. Anti-white racism has gone on too long. Moreover, false charges of racism MUST be socially stigmatised to the fullest extent possible. The people who make such charges MUST be held accountable. The sick twisted game of calling people "racists" or inferring racism where none exists is a sign of a society/culture exploding on itself. A good place to start is fire the implicit anti-white, white-guilt peddling, race mongers such as Chris Matthews and Lawrence O'Donnell. Then go after the overt s-hit stirrers such as Al Sharpton, Tavis Smiley and Jesse Jackson whilst going into the universities to clean out those rat-nests of Marxist professors (e.g. Cornell West and Noel Ignatiev). Furthermore, make it perfectly clear as to why they are being fired. That would go along way in putting a stop to the vicious anti-white orgy that has been taking place for the last 40+ years.

DJ

Further proof that socialism and fascism are siblings. Who knew?

Posted by: gringoman | October 04, 2011 at 12:43 AM

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The dumbazz brainwashed libs confuse the the racial aspects of Hitler's National Socialism and the nationalistic aspect of Mussolini's Fascism for the LEFT-WING ECONOMIC SYSTEMS that they actually were ... and still are.

DJ

Another reason why I think a third party is necessary:

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Krauthammer and Kristol were "unreservedly positive" about homosexualization of the military

Last January 10, Paul Gottfried wrote at The American Conservative:

A journalist [sic], Lawrence Auster, has noted that movement conservatives have been conspicuously silent on having openly gay soldiers serve in the military or else, like FOX commentators, have been ardently behind the change. Charles Krauthammer and Bill Kristol were so unreservedly positive on FOX that their fellow-news commentator Juan Williams, a black Democrat, stared at them in disbelief. Williams asked them whether the change they wanted could be carried out as easily as they suggested.

See my articles on the conservative surrender to and support for the homosexualization of the military.
And the next step, after openly homosexual soldiers, is "transgendered" soldiers.

- end of initial entry -

Timothy A. writes:


The attitude of conservatives towards allowing homosexual military members seems to be following the same trajectory as their attitude towards allowing women to serve in combat--opposition followed by acquiescence followed by celebration. For a recent example of the celebration of women in combat see Michael Potemra, and most of the commenters on his post, at NRO.)
In 2020 we will probably have an openly homosexual soldier speaking at the Republican convention to rapturous applause.


LA replies:

Which among other things convinces liberals that they, the liberals, are right on all these issues and that conservative opposition amounts to nothing but prejudice, anger, discomfort with what is new, and footdragging, all of which will eventually be overcome.
Whereas if Republicans/conservatives did NOT follow the usual conservative pattern of opposing some liberal innovation, then supporting it once it has won, but continued opposing it AFTER it had won (which is what VFR stands for--see my Traditionalist's Credo), then the liberals would be forced to recognize that there are serious human beings who have principled opposition to the liberal program and who will never accept it. This would bring the liberals up short. Some of them might even start listening to the conservative arguments. But so long as conservatism consists of nothing but "kvetch and retreat" (Rabbi Mayer Schiller's phrase), liberals have no reason to take conservatism seriously.

To repeat: by embracing liberal measures and beliefs after they have won politically and socially, conservatives are showing themselves to be, not just opponents of liberalism who have been defeated, but indispensable allies of liberalism--allies sending the message that opposition to liberalism has no validity or rational basis, and therefore that liberals are right to despise conservatives. Such conservatives put the seal on the rightness of liberalism and the wrongness of conservatism.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 03, 2011 09:54 AM |

DJ

Many on the left are calling Herman Cain an "oreo"- meaning black on the outside; white on the inside.

This implies to be white is a bad thing. Furthermore, it also implies Herman Cain is a race traitor.

Does anyone here see the ugly anti-white racism dripping from that?

DJ

Speaking of Sharpton, why isn't he sharing a jail cell with Charlie Manson? After all, he was the proximate cause/instigator of innocent people being murderd at Freddy's Fashion Mart. Just as Manson was the instigator of the murders carried out by his followers. Both Sharpton and Manson used incendiary rhetoric that resulted in people murdering others on their behalf.

Instead the anti-white media at MSNBC rewards him with his own show.

Steve Morgan

Instead the anti-white media at MSNBC rewards him with his own show.

POSTED BY: DJ | OCTOBER 04, 2011 AT 08:58 AM

Yeah DJ, they have been advocating that whites go to their own schools, live in their own neighborhoods, ride on their on rail cars and be forced to sit at the front of the bus, play in their own sports leagues, drink from their own fountains, and to remain in small towns after sundown.
Thank God there are organizations like VDARE dedicated to putting the shoe on the right foot:)

DJ

Thank God there are organizations like VDARE dedicated to putting the shoe on the right foot:)

Posted by: Steve Morgan | October 04, 2011 at 11:47 AM

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Indeed. Glad you agree. ;)

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