July 2, 2018

At the Loom Large Café...

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... expatiate.

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78 comments:

Seeing Red said...

I hope the Iranians fall in line. Except those who Obama on the sly gave a presidental pass to. It was a rotten deal.

Chuck said...

lol. Irv Kupcinet, celebrity/gossip columnist for the Sun-Times. It was of course celebrity gossip and reality tv that made Donald Trump.

One of the many architectural charms and ironies of Chicago.

Bay Area Guy said...

Tear down that statue! Oh, wait.... Who is it again?

rehajm said...

Irv Kupcinet, celebrity/gossip columnist for the Sun-Times. It was of course celebrity gossip and reality tv that made Donald Trump.

Given how easy Trump's making it look despite all the opposition it makes one wonder 1) How stupid are the fucking idiots we've been hiring for the job throughout history and 2) how much better a President Rona Barrett would have been than a President Jimmy Carter.

tcrosse said...

Once on Kup's Show Helen Hayes (First Lady of the American Thee-ayter) busted Kup's chops for his Chicago enunciation.

Inga...Allie Oop said...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2018/07/01/man-arrested-after-shouting-womp-womp-and-pulling-a-gun-on-immigration-protesters/?utm_term=.e589ebca83c7

“Man arrested after shouting ‘womp, womp’ and pulling a gun on immigration protesters.”

During a prayer no less.

“It began around noon, as an Episcopal priest delivered a prayer to about 100 protesters gathered around the gazebo and a man marched back and forth in front of her, shouting “womp, womp!”

“Holy and ever-loving God . . .” said the priest, Kerry Holder-Joffrion.

“Womp, womp!” said the man.

“We pray for the children of this nation and all nations . . .”

“WOMP, WOMP!”

A Huntsville police spokesman said the man — identified as 34-year-old Shane Ryan Sealy — pushed one of the protesters, who pushed him back and knocked him to the ground, at which point Sealy allegedly produced the weapon.”

MayBee said...

Whoever seated the Trump Tower in Chicago did a remarkable job. You get a great view of it from so many angles and streets.

Hagar said...

Open borders will eventually lead to some sort of "North American Union." Have the proponents north and south of the US thought through the consequences for their own sovereignties?

Humperdink said...

".... Episcopal priest delivered a prayer to about 100 protesters ..."

Protesters and prayer in the same sentence. Made me chuckle. Who says lefties have no sense of humor?

narciso said...

in squirrel news:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-deutsche-bank-report/deutsche-bank-denies-manager-magazin-report-on-kushner-idUSKBN1FB1SG

MountainMan said...

If you’re not watching Japan-Belgium you are missing the best match of the World Cup so far.

Michael Fitzgerald said...

Jen Rubin announcing to the prog brownshirt cadre that Sarah Huckabee Sanders should be harrassed for the rest of her life. A life sentence, she called it. These same despicable hypocrites were screaming not 24 hours ago that Trump was endangering the lives of "journalists" by his true and fair criticism of their corrupt and deceitful agenda.
Anyone who sees Jen Rubin, Jim Acosta, Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews etc in public and doesn't assailing them out of the public space is allowing evil to breed.

Humperdink said...

One of our beloved contibuters scours the internet for examples of nut cases threatening lefties. "I found one, I found one" she shouts. She is then awarded the red star of merit from the Soros consortium.

Meanwhile, conservatives are threatened countrywide, nearly killed at softball practices, threatened with "muscle" on college campii, chased out of restaurants, accosted as guest speakers at public forums, et al. The list is endless.

Quick quiz:

A man was arrested today for threatening to kill a sitting senator with an axe. The senator was:

A) Chuck Scheemer
B) Leaky Leahy
C) Dick Turben
D) Rand Paul

If you guessed D, you would be right!!!

Rick.T. said...

MayBee said...

"Whoever seated the Trump Tower in Chicago did a remarkable job. You get a great view of it from so many angles and streets."

From the Ain't Life Funny files:

"On October 16, 2004, Donald Trump and Hollinger International, the parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times, completed the $73 million sale of the former home of the newspaper a week after it relocated. On October 28, 2004, Trump held a ceremony to begin the demolition of the former Sun-Times Building. The demolition and construction were financed by a 650-million-dollar loan from Deutsche Bank and a trio of hedge fund, one of which George Soros backed."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump_International_Hotel_and_Tower_(Chicago)#Development

Bwahahahahaha!!!

FullMoon said...

Trump tweet from one year ago. Funny replies

m stone said...
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m stone said...

"One of our beloved contibuters scours the internet for examples of nut cases threatening lefties. "I found one, I found one" she shouts. She is then awarded the red star of merit from the Soros consortium."

LOL Isn't that the truth. My day wouldn't be complete without bizarro world "fair and balanced."

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walter said...

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/prosecutors-appeal-sentence-man-who-attacked-sen-rand-paul-n888256

Fernandinande said...

Crying children separated from their parents -

The nation’s prisons held approximately 744,200 fathers and 65,600 mothers at midyear 2007. Fathers in prison reported having 1,559,200 children; mothers reported 147,400

On the other hand:

"at least 2,500 children have already been taken from their parents and sent to shelters in at least 15 states."

Bilwick said...

"If you’re not watching Japan-Belgium you are missing the best match of the World Cup so far."

Are Americans really that wild about soccer now? I'm not a sports guy in general (my sport, fencing, isn't exactly something you'd see on Wild World of Sports), although I do try to follow horseracing when it's on television. But for what seems like the past month the local Fox affliliate has been broadcasting some soccer championships almost (or so it seems) round the clock. Is there such soccer-mania abroad in the land to warrant cancelling all other programming to cover a soccer championship? Just wondering.

Sebastian said...

Following up on Humperdink:

"A man is accused of threatening to chop up U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and his family with an ax.

The man has been arrested. He allegedly called in the threats to Paul's Bowling Green office.

Paul mentioned the attack publicly at an event in Litchfield, Kentucky, on Monday.

"Capitol Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man who threatened to kill me and chop up my family with an axe," Paul said. "It's just horrendous that we have to deal with things like this.""

That's three attacks on just one GOP senator.

walter said...

Gunshots, sucker jumped..Axe Violence.
That's what he gets for being such an unwavering Trump sycophant ;)

Mattman26 said...

Back when Trump's candidacy was still a joke, I was taking the Chicago water taxi that runs along the Chicago River from the Ogilvie train station to Michigan Avenue. Sitting in the front of the boat with me was a dad and two young sons (8-10 yoa), visiting from Kentucky, and the dad's sister, who lives here. As we turned the bend in the river and Trump Tower came into view, the sister said to her nephews, "Look, boys, Trump Tower."

Both boys, in unison, began chanting "Donald Trump, Donald Trump . . . ." Like he was a sports hero or something.

I've often thought back to that day, and maybe I should have figured out right then that something was going on.

rcocean said...

Japan, Japan, Japan.

Up 2-0.

Sad.

rcocean said...

World Cup is more than just "Soccer" because it Nations going mano y mano.

It only happens every 4 years, and all the professional want to win for their country.

Brazil, England, and France look like they might take it all.

walter said...

http://www.wdrb.com/story/38532145/neighbor-of-us-sen-rand-paul-files-lawsuit-over-lawn-debris

The man who attacked U.S. Senator Rand Paul isn't giving up his fight.

According to WBKO in Bowling Green, Rene Boucher is now suing Paul over the lawn debris that sparked the attack. He's also suing Paul's wife and their Homeowners Association in Bowling Green.

To view the original WBKO story, CLICK HERE.

Boucher says the couple violated the neighborhood's bylaws by repeatedly piling up unsightly debris and trash.

Sebastian said...

In fairness, it's not just progs terrorizing people:

"An Ohio man who had expressed support for Al Qaeda and a desire to kill American soldiers and told an undercover agent that he wanted to attack a Fourth of July parade in Cleveland was arrested on Sunday, the authorities said.

F.B.I. agents began investigating the man, Demetrius N. Pitts, 48, more than a year ago, after they discovered messages he sent on Facebook espousing anti-American views and a belief that Muslims “should always be prepared to fight.”"

Hagar said...

How about the new Chinese 15mm caliber laser firing AK-47?

Kevin said...

Mon Dieu! #MeToo

"Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has denied allegations that he groped a reporter at a festival in 2000.

According to the editorial, Mr Trudeau apologised for his behaviour and said: "If I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I never would have been so forward."

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-44687654

Tank said...

And down goes Japan.

MountainMan said...

"Are Americans really that wild about soccer now?"

Quite a few are. My younger daughter played for over 12 years, was 2-time all state in high school, and for a while played in the Olympic Development Program. In many parts of the US it has very high participation rates. I was a youth soccer referee for 10 years, until I could no longer keep up with 16 year-old boys. and developed a real appreciation for the game. I had played a little intramural in college in the early 70s.

The World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world outside the US and is growing here because of youth participation and a growing number of immigrants who bring an appreciation with them. MLS is growing in the US, the new team in Atlanta has been breaking attendance records since it started last season. Most of their matches in the new Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta draw bigger crowds than the Braves and last Saturday they had 72,000 for a match with Orlando, which is far greater attendance than any match at the World Cup in Russia so far, I think.

MountainMan said...

If there is a statue of Kup outside the Trump Hotel is there a monument anywhere in Chicago to Mike Royko? He was probably my all-time favorite columnist, outside of Lewis Grizzard.

Jim at said...

If you’re not watching Japan-Belgium you are missing the best match of the World Cup so far.

Indeed. And there've been some great matches.

Jim at said...

Are Americans really that wild about soccer now?

I can't speak for all Americans, but it is the World Cup and it only comes once every four years.

Soccer will always be a niche sport here, but since the NFL no longer exists, I find myself watching more diverse sports when I can.

Hagar said...

I think I remember years ago reading about an oil company being fined x billion dollars for its role in some environmental disaster and the EPA offered to forgive y billion dollars of the fine for every z billion dollars the oil company would spend on advertising extolling the virtues of wind and solar energy.

Seems like a very corrupt bargain to me, but I never read any more about it.

exiledonmainstreet, green-eyed devil said...


Wesley Yang
‏ @wesyang
Jun 28

Remarkable 23 percent shift away from D to R among white millennial men since 2016. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jun/24/democrats-losing-millennial-vote-change-message …

Genuinely curious what role viral hate-read clickbait has played in that shift. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/why-cant-we-hate-men/2018/06/08/f1a3a8e0-6451-11e8-a69c-b944de66d9e7_story.html?noredirect=on …

Leftists, keep on telling white men that they are responsible for all the world's evils. That's an excellent strategy!

Michael K said...

"I never read any more about it."

It was reversed and the plaintiffs got a huge adverse judgement.

Chevron got $38 million is damages from Ecuador and the law firm that ran the scam.

The Supreme Court of Gibraltar awarded the oil company Chevron $38 million Friday for damages related to charges alleging the company contaminated the Amazon region of Ecuador.

An Ecuador court issued an $18 billion judgement against Chevron in February 2011 for environmental and social harm the company allegedly caused to the Amazon. The amount was later reduced to $9.5 billion, but a U.S. district court in New York nullified the judgement due to fraudulent and illegal activities by Steven Donziger, the lead American lawyer behind the lawsuit, according to the district court ruling.

Donziger had set up a company in Gibraltar, Amazonia Recovery Ltd., through which to funnel the funds he and others thought they would win from the Chevron case. The Gibraltar court rendered judgment on Donziger’s associates and Amazonia while issuing a permanent injunction between them and the case, stopping them from participating any further.


Crime doesn;t always pay. Most of the time but not always.

Michael K said...

"On October 16, 2004, Donald Trump and Hollinger International, the parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times, completed the $73 million sale of the former home of the newspaper a week after it relocated.

That deal is the basis for Conrad Black's friendship with Trump. He has written he expected trouble but everything was open and honest and above board.

tim in vermont said...

If you’re not watching Japan-Belgium you are missing the best match of the World Cup so far.

Then my plan is moving along nicely,

Michael Fitzgerald said...

No, Americans really aren't into soccer. It is the World Cup, which most Americans don't give a fart about, and there is a slightly higher percentage of Americans playing it as children, but still an insignificant number compared to football, baseball and other American past times, and it doesn't draw flies professionally here. But, as someone pointed out above, it is the sport of choice for 30+ million non-Americans living here illegally. And FOX in particular has in the last 10 years attempted to corner the American market, and has relentlessly promoted the FOX channel dedicated to that effort. They did the same thing with NASCAR, and I had the same reaction to that as to soccer. Is NASCAR really that popular?(No). Why is FOX pushing this niche "sport" of car racing? (Trying to corner the market for their own dedicated television channel). Both sports are equally boring and uninteresting to most Americans, but at least NASCAR drivers aren't throwing themselves on the ground and crying like overtired 5 year olds whenever someone brushes against them.

MountainMan said...

Among youth sports, attendance at weekend youth soccer games is the biggest family activity in America. Over the last 30 or so years, participation in organized baseball is down by a large percentage, while soccer has grown.

Anyone who doesn't think soccer is big at the youth and high school level in America doesn't get out much. In Atlanta, the Atlanta United soccer club is drawing almost as many people to each home game as the Atlanta Falcons NFL team does, in the same stadium. Arthur Blank, who owns the Falcons, also owns United, and the stadium was built to accommodate both. And the crowds are not just immigrants, I have lots of friends and family who go regularly. At my suburban home outside Atlanta we have 3 big soccer venues in parks near my house and on the weekends in the fall and spring they are packed with families all day on Saturday. And the same thing plays out in the suburbs of almost every major city in America. Even in my little town of 50,000 here in East TN where I also live we have a big soccer complex and high school soccer is a major sport (fall for girls, spring for boys). Back when my daughter played 15 years ago we drew just as many for a soccer match as softball and baseball, sometimes more if it was a big rivalry game.

madAsHell said...

"Are Americans really that wild about soccer now?"

I think lots of women like to look at men in shorts. This set does not include our hostess.

Michael K said...

Anyone who doesn't think soccer is big at the youth and high school level in America doesn't get out much.

Soccer has benefited from the rejection of football by a lot of middle class families.

The NFL has not yet figured this out.

Hagar said...

No Dr. K; your case has nothing to do with the US and the EPA.

What I am remembering may be BP and its deepwater well outside New Orleans and it involved larger numbers - 10 billion for 5 billion worth of ads, I think, and we still see sunshiny BP ads touting the wonders of alternative energy development.

rcocean said...

The World Cup is great to watch.

Soccer is fun to play when you're small.

But no real blooded American Boy would play "futbal" in HS, when he could play real football or even Rugby.

I'm only half=-trolling, but there's something wimpy about soccer when compared to Football and Rugby.

rcocean said...

Its rather humorous that the American bougoise is rejecting Football for safety reasons when it was adopted by them in the 1890-1910 time frame precisely because it was so dangerous.

T.R. & the reformers had a hell of a time getting everyone to ban things like the "flying wedge", wear helmets, and accept the forward pass.

Peeps back then thought making it safer was for mollycoddles. Hey, so what if 20 people died every year?

Now, if you have 1 chance in 10000 of CTE, its "Unsafe".

rcocean said...

Most of the CTE injuries affect the Pros.

Maybe your brain isn't meant to play College/ Pro Football for 10 years.

I don't see why that should stop HS Football, since 90% never play afterwards.

madAsHell said...

I don't see why that should stop HS Football, since 90% never play afterwards.

I think its closer to 96%. College football is fun to watch, but the NFL is a freak show!!

Michael K said...
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Michael K said...

I think its closer to 96%. College football is fun to watch, but the NFL is a freak show!!

MY grandson has decided he wants to play.
I think CTE is a product of class I college and the pros and is the size of players. A 400 pound player going at 40 second dash rate is a lot of foot pounds. When I was in college, back when dinosaurs ruled the earth, the starting center for USC was about 190 pounds and won theOrder of the Palm for the highest GPA in the U.

He and Jon Arnett were All Americans.

Those days are long gone. Now we have 400 pounders who never graduate.

Lucien said...

The great thing about soccer is that you don’t have to be freakishly large or freakishly tall to play it well/professionally. Indeed, being too big is a disadvantage. LeBron would be a lousy soccer player, though depending on his reaction time and instincts he might have a shot at playing goalie at some level (maybe semi-pro).

Roughcoat said...

My dad played football at Northwestern, on scholarship. His roommate and best friend was Otto Graham. Dad was a running back at 190 pounds which was considered big for a back. In fact he was as big as some of his linemen. Of course he and everyone else wore leather helmets with no face masks which meant that they didn't use their heads as weapons. Hence concussions were rare. Lot of broken noses, however, and my dad said that he and all his teammates had black eyes for the entire season.

Incidentally his college football career was ended by the events of 7 December 1941. He was washing the lunch dishes in the kitchen of his fraternity and listening to the bears game on the radio when the announcer interrupted his playing calling with a special news bulletin. Time was about 1:30 pm, and his world changed forever. Not too long after that he was in the navy, headed for the Pacific.

Roughcoat said...

I remember Jon Arnett playing for the Chicago Bears. "Jaguar Jon". He was past his prime when he came to the Bears but he was still one of the best. I looked up his stats. He was 5'11" and 197 lbs. That was huge for a running back in the 50s. And he was very fast, blond, movie-star handsome, a California golden boy.

Michael K said...

Time was about 1:30 pm, and his world changed forever. Not too long after that he was in the navy, headed for the Pacific.

A good friend, the father of a former girlfriend, was a lineman at Rutgers in the days of "Seven Blocks of Granite" and was later a Corsair pilot flying off Guadalcanal.

He also, like Ted Willams, flew Corsairs in Korea.

His son is a friend of mine in Tucson and flew F 18s in the first Gulf War.

Michael K said...

And he was very fast, blond, movie-star handsome, a California golden boy.

I used to play golf with him. He was a gymnast and had incredible balance.

He could run the ball and, if an attempt at a tackle was made, he could put his hand on the ground and turn faster than any D back.

He decided he wanted to play golf, started from zero knowledge, and was shooting in the 70s in a year.

Great guy. I did not know he ever played for the Bears. He did play for the Rams,

Roughcoat said...

Cool story, Michael.

Yes, Chicago was Arnett''s last stop in his football career. As mentioned, he was past his prime but still an excellent running back, exciting to watch. His successor at RB was the great Willie Galimore. When Galimore was killed in a car accident near the Bears' training camp Chicago drafted Gale Sayers. Three great running backs in a row.

walter said...

madAsHell said...
"Are Americans really that wild about soccer now?"
I think lots of women like to look at men in shorts. This set does not include our hostess.
_
She's ok with them if the legs are to her liking.

Hil's heading onward: www.onwardtogether.org
..sort of:
Our Mission
Onward Together is dedicated to advancing the vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election.

Seeing Red said...

Via Rantburg:

Breitbart] The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) spent a total of $4 billion on improper food stamp payments to those receiving benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the USDA confirmed with Breitbart News on Friday.

The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service announced this week that improper payments made up 6.3 percent of SNAP money in the fiscal year (FY) 2017‐the latest data available from the agency.

Breitbart News analyzed the USDA’s data on food stamp spending and found that $4,007,026,532 of the $63,603,595,754 the agency spent on SNAP in FY 2017 went to improper payments.

The USDA told Breitbart News that "it is important to note that improper payments include both overpayments and underpayments," meaning that households on SNAP that received less than what they were supposed to receive for the month are also inc

walter said...

https://www.washingtonian.com/2018/07/02/mother-with-her-2-year-old-confronts-scott-pruitt-at-a-dc-restaurant/

Kristin Mink saw protesters confront Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at a DC Mexican restaurant. She read about the owner of a Virginia restaurant owner who kicked out White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. And she heard Congresswoman Maxine Waters call on citizens to “push back” on Trump Cabinet members they encounter in their daily lives.

So when Mink, a sixth-grade teacher in the DC area, spotted Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt at lunch on Monday, she knew she had to say something.
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Holding her son in her arms, Mink approached the basement table where Pruitt was dining with one other person. Her husband filmed.

“This is my son. He loves animals. He loves clean air. He loves clean water,” she told Pruitt. “Meanwhile, you’re slashing strong fuel standards for cars and trucks for the benefit of big corporations. You’ve been paying about $50 a night to stay in a DC condo that’s connected to an energy lobbying firm while approving their dirty sands pipeline.”

Pruitt looked Mink in the eyes as she spoke, occasionally summoning a grimace. He did not say anything in response.

“We deserve to have somebody at the EPA who actually does protect our environment, somebody who believes in climate change and takes it seriously for the benefit of all of us, including our children,” Mink told Pruitt. “So I would urge you to resign before your scandals push you out.”

walter said...

Is Pruitt really that recognizable?

Ralph L said...

She's ok with them if the legs are to her liking.

Also sports and high heat environments.

Achilles said...

Help elizabeth warren name her new puppy!


It is open to the internet.

It is going about as you would expect.

Ralph L said...

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Michael Fitzgerald said...

Walter@10:38 ....Lulz. Onward Together, but walking backwards.

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Saint Croix said...

Would Jennifer Rubin stop pretending to be a right-winger, please?

Hello, Washington Post, do some investigating of your opinion page. It's ridiculous. You might start by asking her, straight up, "Are you a right-winger?"

I mean, listen to yourself on MSNBC.

"Sarah Huckabee has no right to live a life of no fuss, no muss, after lying to the press — after inciting against the press. These people should be made uncomfortable, and, I think that’s a life sentence frankly.”

Saint Croix said...

Probably, when you were a little girl, somebody taught you that Republicans are thugs. And then you grew up and realized, "hey, I"m a thug!"

But I promise you, Jen, you can be a thug on the left. Plenty of thugs on the left. Look into it. I'm sure you'll feel right at home.

Saint Croix said...

We'll trade you straight up for Scoop Jackson. Who has been dead for 35 years. But he's still more right-wing than you are!

Saint Croix said...

You're a Blue Dog, Jennifer Rubin. That's what you should call your column. Jennifer Rubin, Blue Dog. Isn't that cool?

Much better than, The Right U-Turn.

I don't want to say you're a bad woman driver or anything. But you are going in circles, baby. Circles!

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tim in vermont said...

Bernie Sanders now too right wing.

When CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Bernie Sanders on Sunday if he wants to abolish the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, the senator was uncharacteristically vague. “I think that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way. And a rational way is not locking children up in detention centers or separating them from their mothers,” he said. “What we need is Trump to sit down with members of Congress and work on a rational program which deals with this serious issue.”

https://newrepublic.com/article/149378/bernie-sanders-not-left

Clyde said...

Michael K said...
Anyone who doesn't think soccer is big at the youth and high school level in America doesn't get out much.

Soccer has benefited from the rejection of football by a lot of middle class families.

The NFL has not yet figured this out.


Yeah, your son is a lot less likely to get a concussion playing soccer than football. If anything eventually brings down the NFL, it's more likely to be kids playing soccer instead of football and not moving up through the feeder chain to the pros than players going all SJW and alienating fans.

Narayanan said...

Merit visas, foreign recruitment

Narayanan said...

Enhanced prosthetic robotics.

walter said...

"uncharacteristically vague"?
To be fair, Bernie's been plenty vague on many things. But yeah..even he knows this "abolish ICE" issue is a loser.

Seeing Red said...

When CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Bernie Sanders on Sunday if he wants to abolish the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, the senator was uncharacteristically vague. “I think that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way. And a rational way is not locking children up in detention centers or separating them from their mothers,” he said. “What we need is Trump to sit down with members of Congress and work on a rational program which deals with this serious issue.”


What’s Bernie been doing since the ‘86 immigration reform?

Seeing Red said...

This is my son. He loves animals. He loves clean air. He loves clean water,” says the mom who uses her child as a pawn.

The last I read, Water isn’t clean. They can’t filter out all the hormones especially from birth control. They're working on it. If she wants clean air, she should move out if the filthy city.


Bilwick said...

“I think," said Bolshie Bernie, "that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way." Lefties, creating policies based on reason? That'll be the day.