@RealDonaldTrump Winning Immigration Plan In 3 Words: Enforce The Law!

Update II: Here we go: Marco Rubio opposes repeal of birthright citizenship, contra Trump. Yup, Marco Rubio walked himself into the Trump trap. Jeb Bush also walked into the Trump trap. Result? In the Florida winner take all primary Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio will split the amnesty for illegal immigration vote. Donald J. Trump takes it all as the winner.

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Update: Scott Walker on Trump’s immigration plan: I oppose birthright citizenship for children of illegals too, you know. Bobby Jindal says “me too.” It’s “follow the leader” and Trump is the leader in more ways than one.

Jindal’s “me too” must hurt Ben Domenech (whom we cite in our article below) the most because Domenech race-baited Trump’s illegal immigration plan using Bobby Jindal as his foil (a photo of Trump in full Seig Heil salute is included for subtlety). Now it’s back to the race-baiting board for Domenech as Bobby Jindal follows the leader – Donald J. Trump.

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Before you pass new laws you won’t enforce, enforce the law already on the books.

Marco Rubio and the political class wrote and tried to pass their “Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan”. The Rubio political class “Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan” was more millions of words added to the legislative and regulatory library, unread and entirely without meaning. All the millions of new words had no meaning because they would not have been enforced.

This past Sunday Donald Trump unveiled his Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan. In three words, all of which have meaning, the plan would “enforce the law.”

There is no point in passing a new law if it will not be enforced. There is no point in having a law if it is not enforced. A law that is not enforced is not a law, it is not even a suggestion. A law that is not enforced is a bunch of words devoid of meaning. That is to say, Barack Obama is the embodiment of the concept – a collection of words without meaning other than self-absorption.

Donald Trump’s detailed Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan is mostly about illegal immigration. For a candidate that has been mocked as personality “without policy details” the release of the Trump plan has rocked the political class.

Scott Walker reacted to the Trump plan. Scott Walker essentially tried to get into a custody dispute with The Donald. Scott Walker tried to claim he is the mother of Trump’s comprehensive immigration reform plan:

Gov. Scott Walker offered support for Donald Trump’s new immigration plan, comparing it favorably to policies that he has backed as Wisconsin governor.

It’s similar to what I brought up about four or five months ago,” the GOP presidential candidate said Monday on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” when asked about Trump’s plan.

Walker wouldn’t explicitly endorse the plan when asked by host Steve Doocy if he would give it a “thumbs up,” but compared it to the plan he outlined on a March appearance on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace.

“I haven’t looked at all the details of his but the things I’ve heard are very similar to the things I mentioned to Chris Wallace on the show earlier this year,” he said.

He noted that his three major goals are to secure the border, enforce existing law and have “no amnesty” for the millions of people in the country illegally.

Walker is taking the smart route to Donald Trump. Like Ted Cruz, Scott Walker understands that the sure road to Perry Palookaville is to attack Trump and the constituency that supports Trump.

Others in the establishment political class are apoplectic with Trump. Ben Domenech calls it Donald Trump’s Clown Immigration Plan. Domenech’s critique is mostly an attack against Donald Trump personally with lots of Obama style race-baiting thrown in. Likewise Noah Rothman’s article Trump’s War on Legal Immigration a Tipping Point for the GOP is a spittle flecked paper assault against Trump “nativism” with all the embellishments from Obama style race-baiting along with pearl-clutching undie wetting cries about the destruction of the GOP brand.

Rothman’s fury includes charges that Trump would deport the Statue of Liberty back to France without the Emma Lazarus poem attached. Senator Lindsey Graham echoes Rothman with a whine, “I just hope we don’t go down that road as a party. So our leading contender, Mr. Trump, is going backward on immigration. And I think he’s going to take all of us with him if we don’t watch it.”

The political class establishment wing of the GOP agrees with Rothman when he attacks Trump:

If the GOP’s slate of 2016 candidates fails to attack this propagandist soapbox agitation masquerading as a platform, it will mark the moment when Trump finally began to rub off on the GOP. This “plan” is a road to electoral ruin. The GOP’s viable and responsible candidates would be best advised to call this inhumane and unrealistic approach to immigration reform what it is in stark terms, even at the risk of their standing in the polls and the alienation of the conservative movement’s talker class. The GOP is at risk of losing the general before it even begins.

Rothman, Graham, and the GOP establishment wing of the political class are a tad hysterical as is the entire political class that wants to export jobs abroad and lower wages at home. Byron York, asks the question the political class does not want asked, Are Trump’s immigration views out of the mainstream?:

Donald Trump set off yet another wave of anguish and frustration among Republican political elites Sunday with more provocative statements about immigration, along with the release of a Trump immigration plan influenced by the Senate’s leading immigration hawk. But there are indications Trump’s positions on immigration are more in line with the views of the public — not just GOP voters, but the public at large — than those of his critics. [snip]

Are they out of the mainstream at all? A recent academic paper, by Stanford professor David Broockman and Berkeley Ph.D candidate Douglas Ahler, suggests a majority of the public’s views on immigration are closer to Trump’s than to the advocates of comprehensive immigration reform. [snip]

“Many citizens support policies that seem to fall outside of the range of policy options considered in elite discourse,” Broockman and Ahler conclude. [snip]

It’s probably fair to say that, if Broockman and Ahler are correct, a majority of Americans — not just Republican voters, but all Americans — hold views that are consistent with Trump’s position, or are even more restrictive. Opponents like Graham portray Trump’s immigration position as far out of the mainstream, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

“Enforce the law” say Americans. “Before you pass new laws you won’t enforce, enforce the law already on the books.”

In an article about how Scott Walker is “being Trumped” by Donald Trump in Iowa we find this nugget which explains why Scott Walker wants to claim some of the parentage DNA of the Trump Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan:

Like most every other candidate in the historically crowded field, the Wisconsin governor’s standing in state and national polls has been hurt by the summer surge of billionaire Donald Trump, the party’s front-runner. [snip]

“I run into people who support him, but I think the polls reflect the fact that everyone is just struggling to get traction, outside of the three non-politicians,” said John Bloom, Republican Party treasurer in Polk County, the state’s largest.

Bloom, who is undecided in the race, was referring to Trump, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.

He’s not ruling out the possibility of a Trump win in Iowa.

“If you had asked me a month ago, I would have said no,” he said. “But I think there is more commitment there to something. I don’t know if it’s for Trump, or this rebellion against our leadership.”

That’s so American you can bottle it and sell it at prime prices, “this rebellion against our leadership.”

“This rebellion against our leadership” is one we here at Big Pink understood immediately. Unlike the clumsy “analysis,” dare we say “stupid loser” claptrap from most other websites, we saw what was happening from the outset. And we were mocked as was Trump. Trump was also…, hey, what’s that “first they laugh at you” quote? They’re not laughing now.

As we’ve written, Trump is ahead in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and Florida. If Trump wins Florida then Jeb Bush is vanquished and the nomination race is over with Trump as the nominee. No one else matters. It’s either Trump or Bush. No one else matters. The establishment plan to crown Bush is undone by Trump. And now the ditzes say it indeed can be Trump:

Halperin: Trump Reached ‘Turning Point,’ ‘Most’ Estab Cands Think He Can Win Nomination

Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin stated that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has “reached a turning point” where the “establishment candidates” think he can win Iowa, “most” believe he can win the nomination, and “a significant number think he could win the White House” on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Halperin was asked his writing that “Most importantly, we’ve reached a turning point with Trump, the major establishment campaigns of both parties now think Trump could win Iowa, and most of them think he could win the nomination, and a significant number think he could win the White House.” And that the campaigns were in “full freak out mode.”

He said, “Trump may not end up as the nominee, but right now, he’s changed the race, not just leading in the Fox poll, but coming to the fair. I’ve been to the fair with Barack Obama at his peak, Sarah Palin at her peak, with other candidates, George Bush. The reception Trump got here was not just about celebrity. I walked with him for 45 minutes after the helicopter ride, he came to the fair, and people were yelling things to him with passion. ‘Save us,’ ‘You’re the only one who can stop Hillary,’ ‘Thank you for making America great again.’ The other campaigns — the other leading Republican campaigns, monitored Trump’s behavior here. And that was part, along with the Fox poll, and along with the developments of the last couple of weeks, of them saying, as you just quoted, they now believe Trump can win Iowa.”

Host Joe Scarborough then remarked, “that really changes everything in this campaign about how they react to him.” Halperin agreed with this point.



Donald Trump says “enforce the law”. In addition Trump has additional proposals such as ending birthright citizenship. With Trump those additional laws will not be meaningless political mush talk. That’s what frightens the political class that only communicates in mush talk, not Trump English.

It’s either Trump and law enforcement, or Bush and illegal immigration non-enforcement amnesty. That’s the border fight the GOP is in.

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145 thoughts on “@RealDonaldTrump Winning Immigration Plan In 3 Words: Enforce The Law!

  1. Donald Trump reported for jury duty today. It was a Big Media frenzy. At the end of the day, Trump has been dismissed from jury duty and will not have to serve on a jury.

    Big Media noted that Trump had some Tic-tacs as he waited to be called or dismissed. Tic-tacs are made in Mexico Big Media noted. Then they laughed.

  2. and let’s not forget this gem from Greg Sargent…

    (me)the whole point from the Left is to make Americans feel guilty because they want to hold onto what is left of the disappearing middle class American Dream…because they want to take care of their families, keep them safe, send them to school, etc

    …and as far as ‘birthright citizenship’ goes…that might have been ok years and years ago…but now it has become a RACKET…and it is not only Mexican and South Americans who are taking advantage of it…it is the Chinese and other Asians who actually have junkets organized so they can come here to have their babies and claim US citzenship…

    Donald is exposing that everyone is taking advantage of the kindness and generosity of the American taxpayer…at the expense of their own families…

    Our country is in debt for $19 TRILLION DOLLARS…we have to make sure homebase is taken care of before taking care of millions of illegal immigrants that walk across our border and slip into the shadows…

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2015/08/17/morning-plum-you-should-take-donald-trumps-immigration-plan-seriously-heres-why/?hpid=z2

    Morning Plum: You should take Donald Trump’s immigration plan seriously. Here’s why.

    By Greg Sargent August 17 at 9:21 AM 

    The sight of Donald Trump rolling out a new, and highly specific, immigration plan has been more than a little unsettling: It shows that Trump is now genuinely playing in the GOP primaries to win, and reveals in stark relief how exactly he intends to go about doing that.

    Trump’s plan to combat illegal immigration — unveiled yesterday — may make it harder to avoid reckoning with the real source of Trump’s appeal to his supporters. If his lead among GOP primary voters continues, it will challenge the platitudes about how it is rooted in their desire to see “disruptions” or in their general dissatisfaction with the political establishment.

    Trump’s plan, which is detailed on his website, calls for construction of a wall along the Mexican border, vowing to “make Mexico pay” for it; an end to birthright citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants; the defunding of sanctuary cities; the strengthening of immigration enforcement; and more. In an interview on NBC News, Trump added that he would rescind President Obama’s executive actions shielding millions from deportation, and deport all illegal immigrants: “They have to go.”

    One crucial component of his plan is the justification for it. He is absolutely clear in blaming the suffering of American workers on immigration policies:

    Decades of disastrous trade deals and immigration policies have destroyed our middle class…The influx of foreign workers holds down salaries, keeps unemployment high, and makes it difficult for poor and working class Americans – including immigrants themselves and their children – to earn a middle class wage…

    We need to control the admission of new low-earning workers in order to: help wages grow, get teenagers back to work, aid minorities’ rise into the middle class, help schools and communities falling behind, and to ensure our immigrant members of the national family become part of the American dream.

    According to Simon Rosenberg, the president of NDN and a longtime watcher of Republican positioning on immigration, Trump has given voice to a narrative that most other Republicans avoid sounding quite as openly or loudly.

    “No leading candidate for President in the last generation of U.S. politics has been so explicit about blaming Mexico, Mexican immigrants and our recent high rates of immigration for America’s economic troubles as Trump,”

    Rosenberg tells me. “He is the most significant champion of the restrictionist approach to immigration the country has seen in this era of American politics.”

    Trump has laid down a hard marker. The questions now: Will the story Trump is telling on immigration enhance his appeal to GOP primary voters, as is plainly his goal? (I have argued that GOP primary voters have far more nuanced views, and I hope that holds true).

    What will the other GOP candidates — such as Jeb Bush, who has called for legalization, and argued that illegal immigrants have something positive to contribute to American life — say in response? Will other candidates feel obliged to echo that narrative, thus potentially boxing the eventual nominee into a place that’s arguably to the right of Mitt Romney’s self-deportation stance? Will any of them push back on it?

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  3. again…we are talking about ‘illegal immigration’…not legal immigration

    Whose side is Greg Sargent and the Left on? Do they give any consideration…any at all…to the hard working Americans who are struggling?

    Do Americans even count anymore in their own country?

    WTH?

  4. S, Harry Reid once proposed legislation to end birth right citizenship. Saint Bernard thinks illegal immigration lowers wages so he is against it. Greg Sargent must think they are racists.

  5. S
    August 17, 2015 at 4:35 pm
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    The reaction of the GOP establishment, the left and Big Media just confirms that they don’t care about American citizens, just illegal immigrants.

  6. maybe we need a movement called “American Lives Matter”

    or ‘Struggling American Middle Class Lives Matter”

    …it’s crazy…Sargent and his illegal immigration defenders need to speak to Americans who have not only lost their jobs but with insult added to injury had to train the ‘visa’ workers who took over their jobs…

    Is that ok with you Greg Sargent and your illegal immigrant supporters? because that is the reality that is happening to your fellow American citizens…

    why doesn’t Sargent and his crew spend one quarter of their time showing concern for unemployed americans, teenagers, seniors…everyone living paycheck to paycheck…our own homeless…on and on…

    worry about them…then we will be better able to help others…

    the whole system is turned upside down…and working against your average struggling american taxpayer…as usual…

  7. S
    August 17, 2015 at 7:09 pm
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    It is frightening how Americans have been propagandized into self destruction.

    TRUMP! TRUMP! TRUMP!

  8. …just thinking…we hear a lot about how all our infrastructure is falling apart…our roads, bridges, airports, etc

    …talk about a jobs program…can you imagine the fantastic job DT could do at reconstructing and rebuilding our infrastructure…we could build our way into the 21st century and put so many people to work…

    Donald likes to take pride in getting his projects done “properly” (a favorite word of his) and on time and under budget…

    He would take such a hands on approach to making sure there was no shenaghins and it would be very hard for contractors to pull a fast one on DT…(as opposed to the continually distracted BO who only knows what goes on in our country by reading it in the news)

    they would never be able to get away with ‘the big dig’ like they did in Boston…took 9 years and 12 Billion over budget…not expected to be paid up until 2038 and with interest will have cost 22 Billion

  9. Update: Scott Walker on Trump’s immigration plan: I oppose birthright citizenship for children of illegals too, you know. Bobby Jindal says “me too.” It’s “follow the leader” and Trump is the leader in more ways than one.

    Jindal’s “me too” must hurt Ben Domenech (whom we cite in our article below) the most because Domenech race-baited Trump’s illegal immigration plan using Bobby Jindal as his foil (a photo of Trump in full Seig Heil salute is included for subtlety). Now it’s back to the race-baiting board for Domenech as Bobby Jindal follows the leader – Donald J. Trump.

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  10. FWIW – I believe DJT has a VERY good chance of winning the Big Enchalada. First, Americans a sick to death of the political class and insider’s game. Second, HRC has got BIG troubles for both the Obama Administration’s Justice Dept & FBI and third, Trump is not a loser. He and his surrounds MUST KNOW he is in too deep now to quit OR to loose “the Deal”. He would be a laughingstock – EVEN if he made it to the final season! HE WON’T LOSE because he DOESN’T LOSE.

    It’s early, but I have a hunch we will be seeing a “President Trump” in the years ahead.

    Unless TPTB kill him or make him have an “accident” or he “get sick”, (remember Stephanie Tubbs Jones?)

  11. Admin – I heard that today on the radio. It was cute! But, I have to say, the media is really digging when they ACTUALLY ASK a Trump campaign person if he can comment on that! LOL

    The MSM REALLY SUCKS!

  12. Yes, Norma, and remember Bill Gwaltney in Arkansas who just happened to get shot as he was planning a walk out at the upcoming convention. And the stranger who shot him just happened to be shot by the police.

  13. From last thread:
    The media is already asking Trump if he is going to “deport” US citizen kids with their illegal alien parents. He needs to get out in front of this. US citizen children living with non citizen parents are not deported. They are in the legal custody of non-resident parent. A federal court and the US State Department have already said this.

    Mormaer – I’m pretty sure he means he’s going to deport all together, because he said he’s going to keep the families together, but “they have to go”. I’m not sure the Obama State Dept. (he’d have his *own* State Dept) would have anything to say. I don’t know about the federal court, but perhaps someone will challenge that in court, as the 14th amendment was about former slaves, not illegals, but has been misappropriated for the illegals.

    Anyway, I’m pretty sure that’s what he said, so I’m not sure he can “get in front of it”, without saying something different now…?

  14. Mormaer – I was reading the end of the last thread from bottom up – so now I’ve read your earlier post on the subject above. You’re saying that Trump needs to make clear that everyone being sent back wouldn’t be “deporting” the childen – it would be deporting the mom, with the kids going with her because they are in her custody. I think I have it now!

  15. lorac
    August 17, 2015 at 10:20 pm

    US citizen children leaving the US with non citizen parents are not being deported. Their parents have custody and the children reside with them in a country that the parents have a legal right to live in. Children born in the US of Mexican citizen parents are dual citizens. I think Central American children are also dual citizens if born in the US to Central American citizens.

    The media is describing US citizen children leaving the US to live with their non-citizen parents as being deported. They aren’t. I guess that is all I will say about it. The media is twisting the legal definition of custody.

  16. The Mexican government wants people driving, swimming and walking in at will both directions. Of course they cracked down hard on their own southern border when they belatedly figured out that Obama and his globalist pals were using Central and South Americans to gobble up resources and drive down wages of illegal MEXICANS.

    My understanding was that they were always tight on *their* southern border – even rather draconian punishments. I’ve read (T/F?) that Obama consulted with them in coordination with the flood of people south of MX, so MX allowed them to cross, didn’t stop them at the border, didn’t stop them when they were riding en masse on top of trains, etc.

    I don’t know if you ever saw that job posting on the administration job website, but they started looking for people in the US to get hired on to escort them into the country to where they would go. They also offered big monthly bucks per head to take one or more into your own home. So, 6 months before the big invasion, the O administration was getting ready – so they knew about it, probably had a hand in it.

    I don’t believe the MX southern border is closed yet, because I heard on the news last week that there’s a new huge mass of people working their way up here.

  17. Oh, I forgot to mention, those job openings were posted in January of 2014 – the flood of South American illegals arrived summer 2014.

  18. Scott Walker on Trump’s immigration plan: I oppose birthright citizenship for children of illegals too, you know. Bobby Jindal says “me too.” It’s “follow the leader” and Trump is the leader in more ways than one.

    Yup, they’re pulling Obama’s 2008 routine of “yeah, what SHE said!”

    There were people on some site encouraging the other republicans to address these issues that are bringing Trump attention. My first thought was, no! Then we have the usual, which is politicians just saying what they think will get elected, just lying to us..

  19. admin
    August 17, 2015 at 9:46 pm

    Trump unmasked:

    ROTFLMBAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Not only is the post spot on, the joke is hilarious as well!! Point of fact, Batman’s real life embodiment was Teddy Roosevelt. He would ride through the streets on his bike at night fighting crime. He became one the the 20th Century’s best presidents.

    Could this be the prelude to change?

    Hillary 2016?

  20. lol gonzo, people are using initials now for everyone, and with so many candidates, some of them I don’t really know their names, let alone their initials. I was looking at you post, racking my brain to think that was, for some reason I was just thinking candidates lol

  21. Mormaer – I misunderstood your first post (actually, 2nd on last thread as I was reading up), but when I got to the second post (actually your first post), you went into more detail, and I understood then. My second post on this thread was my attempt to tell you that I misunderstood at first, but now understand.. perhaps I’m not communicating well today, it’s been a long day! 🙂

  22. The media is describing US citizen children leaving the US to live with their non-citizen parents as being deported. They aren’t. I guess that is all I will say about it.

    I think you *should* say more about it, on other websites you go to, or your social media… I’ve never heard that before, and I bet most others haven’t either. All we ever here is that an anchor baby is an anchor, so the parents can’t be deported, but definitely the KIDS can’t be deported. So, what you’re letting people know is GOOD news! Spread the word!

  23. Speaking of Batman, the usually dull Mike Barnicle achieves a level of sharpness with his assessment of the GOP field:

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/08/16/sorry-folks-donald-trump-is-for-real.html

    And when he shows up one of the big differences between Trump and the rest of the field is obvious. All the others arrive with a title and people ask questions that start with “Senator” or “Governor,” but with Trump it’s simply, “Hey, Donald.”

    Donald is accessible. He isn’t surrounded by a flying squadron of handlers and public relations hacks. He will answer any question posed to him and his replies are offered without fear of controversy because a big part of being Trump means you simply do not care what people think about what you just said.

    Donald is not boring. Half the rest of the Republican field, other than John Kasich, behave like store mannequins. The other half resemble people badly in need of professional help.

    There is Cruz from Texas who could easily be cast as the villain in any Bond or Batman film. There is Rand Paul, clearly unaware that he is a dead man walking. There is Scott Walker, who, odds on, two years from now will be a greeter at the Oshkosh Home Depot. And there are just so many others on the massive GOP presidential stage who appear to be unable to do simple tasks like boiling water or plugging in a lamp without the risk of self-electrocution. Sad people.

  24. Big Media noted that Trump had some Tic-tacs as he waited to be called or dismissed. Tic-tacs are made in Mexico Big Media noted. Then they laughed.

    Their mistake at laughing. He was performing for them, acting out a metaphor for what he’s going to do to MX. He’s going to get them in the palm of his hand so they’ll cooperate and play fairly. If that doesn’t work, he’s going to eat them up. lol

  25. There is Cruz from Texas who could easily be cast as the villain in any Bond or Batman film.

    ….or in a prequel movie to the Munsters tv show, playing a younger Grandpa…..

  26. Seriously Admin, the laws were already on the books and all that is left is enforcing those damn laws!!!!

    The rest of us have to follow the laws or we get punished, so……………..

    Build the fence

    Toss out illegals

    Incarcerate the criminals

    Hold back money flowing out of our country by people that think they are above the law.

    Jail the American punks that are hiring and teaching these illegals how to feed off of our safety net and leaving our citizens homeless and dumpster diving.

    Enough bullshit is enough!

  27. How did we ever get here?

    …even the repub establishment is sounding like Lefties when it comes to deportion…omg…I cannot see how their base is going to be happy listening to the likes of Lindsey Graham, and the elites going on about how it is impossible to deport, we can’t do it, this is hurting the GOP and taking us backwards…bla, bla, bla.

    What? so the repub establishment really is all talk and no action…

    tonight Hannity had Jorge Ramos on and to listen to him the USA has no right to stop all the illegals that want to come into the USA…and if they are illegal it is too bad because it is the fault of people hiring them…so one illegal activity should cancel out another illegal activity and the illegals should stay…and besides they give us billions of dollars in taxes…

    and if they commit crimes it doesn’t really matter because Americans commit more crimes in their own country

    and if the American taxpayer has had to pay enormous amounts of money to care for these illegal immigrants…it is ok because that is what America is all about…

    …it does not matter that Mexico and Australia and most other countries would deport you immediately or put you in jail…but the good old USA can always be counted on to be suckers that will foot all the bills…and just let all the illegals that want to just walk across our borders…according to Ramos, what’s the big deal?

    …and if a few of the illegals kill Americans well it really isn’t that bad…Americans kill Americans too…the fact that just this weekend another illegal immigrant from Belize murdered 3…that is three…Americans in a very brutal way…eh, so what…we won’t miss a few Americans

    …on a much lower, reduced scale this reminds me of say a Townhome/Condo Association that is comprised of mainly owners and then a few renters are allowed in…and then the renters want to break all the rules…make their own rules…and when you tell them they are breaking the rules they want to argue with the Association Board and tell them they don’t like the rules and they will continue to do what they want…

    this is basically what Jorge Ramos is telling the American taxpayer…with a big middle finger…and he is indignant that we should even want to discuss it any other way…he is going to tell us what we have to do…and what we cannot do…

    Donald needs to be fully prepared for this fight…he needs explicit stories and slice of life people’s stories to back up the crime…I hope he has videos of the illegal border crossing for his ads…he should pull up those investigative reports that showed the Chinese and other Asians coming to the USA specifically for the birth of their child for citizenship…all the planned trips…it is a big business…

    He needs to show the schools that are overcrowded and how American kids are being deprived of an education that has to adjust to illegal immigrants that cannot speak the language or have the same apptitude for their classes

    and Donald needs to spell out what this is costing us….thousands of dollars a day to house everyone etc…hospital costs, diseases, on and on…

    He has to expose this so there is no question…no doubt…at all…about how our country is being taken advantage of

    and then he has to explain his solutions so people are aware of this insanity and convinced that…YES…YES… something can be done to change this mess for the betterment of all…particularly the forgotten LEGAL IMMIGRANTS…who get no respect for their honorable actions…

    He should ask…if we allow LEGAL immigration…why should there be any illegal immigration that is breaking our laws…

    I hope DT has some really good tv ad producers to capture the real story…

    and I hope he plans on doing some of those half hour tutorials..they might go a long, long way…

  28. What you will not hear much in the news about is the massive explosion in China that included a cyanide release. The rain will become poison. There are rumors that there are over a thousand dead and thousands in jeopardy. This put the even on the scale of the World Trade Center attack, escalating their deteriorating economic condition. Today we see another major drop in their stock markets, despite massive government intervention.

    At home, the drop in oil prices, that is being manipulated by the Saudi, will become worse as Iran put oil on the market. This is driving the Frackers here out of business. Their debt, all ZIRP money, is much more substantial than the sub-prime mortgage mess.

    We are headed to economic meltdown and a struggle between the global and national factions. It is time to take back our country.

  29. S
    August 18, 2015 at 2:48 am
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    I want to see Trump have them thrown off the stage by security instead of putting up with their nonsense.

  30. I see where that fucktard in the White House is now insisting that flights begin to Cuba by the end of the year. Insisting? Why this time table? What difference does it make?

    For anyone who believes that Obama is the one doing these things, they will say it is about legacy. His, not ours. And that is what the dull witted paid to lie pundits will tell you. And that is because they are stupid and they want you to be stupid like they are.

    In other words, to see everything through the eyes of political theater, rather than economics. He is no Caesar. He is more like the wizard of oz, doing the bidding of the global elites who want a global marketplace, and the eradication of the middle class, and the free movement of goods and labor across nation state lines.

    What is the connection between what are seen by most people as unrelated actions, i.e. 1) the collapse of our borders, ii) the flying in of central americans at taxpayer expense, iii) the opening of plants in mexico, iv) the eventual elimination of our earned entitlement programs for the elderly, v) death panels, vii) NAFTA, viii) the transpacific trade agreement and fast track authority, ix) the confiscation of guns and removal of the confederate flag, x) revisionist history, xi) the movement away from traditional legal education at the elite institutions and the concommitant emphasis on the bureacratic model and international law, as noted by former asst US attorney Christian Adams, xii) the accelerated normalization of relations with Cuba and creation of economic ties, and xiv) the formation of the Bloomberg group to advocate for democratic institutions (a lie) and open borders?

    First of all, I hate to tell you there is no tooth fairy, or that Obama is not the initiator by merely the instrument of these changes.

    Second, these are not random acts, but part of a blue print to erase sovereigty and create a new structure around which civilizations are organized–namely a move from soverignty to trading blocks to world government eventually.

    Third, this transition will create a whole new group of winners and losers. The winners will be those described in Friedmans book the world is flat, who establish world class skills, master technology and attach themselves to global interests. The losers will be the American middle class who, according to Soros consume too much of the world’s resources.

    Fourth, the elites have induced black people to ignore the source of the problem which affects them more than others and to blame whitey. They use big media to conjure up images of slavery, reparations, entitlement and racial chavinism. They install a black president, a known sociopath, and use him to stir the racial pot. Unfortunately, most black people do not see the game being played on them.

  31. The left are unwitting dupes in this thing to. The elites sell the sizzle not the steak. Like the magician, their left hand paints a picture of slavery and the left pays no attention to the picture of global government which the right hand is enacting. The left are unwitting dupes and useful idiots in this whole plan, and even now, they cannot get their brains around the idea that Obama is not the one they have been waiting for, but the one who will smile and stab them in the back when it suits his purposes.

  32. I mention the foregoing merely to illustrate the megapolitical importance of the Trump campaign. It is the last chance of the American People to avoid becoming the human sacrifice to the god of globalism. Not the next to the last–the last. Not for nothing did Murdock object violently to Trump entering the race, and make the power play through that ambitious idiot Kelly to drive him off the stage. Murdock is a globalist, and if you doubt this, read what I posted about him yesterday, or just read wiki.

  33. The final nail in the coffin of the argument “Trump lost the debate and it is lights out for him”:

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/18/politics/donald-trump-presidential-poll-debate/index.html

    Post-debate, Trump pulls clear of competition

    Washington (CNN)Donald Trump has won his party’s trust on top issues more than any other Republican presidential candidate, and now stands as the clear leader in the race for the GOP nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.

    The survey finds Trump with the support of 24% of Republican registered voters. His nearest competitor, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, stands 11 points behind at 13%. Just behind Bush, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has 9%, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker 8%, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul 6%, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former tech CEO Carly Fiorina and Ohio Gov. John Kasich all land at 5%, with former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee rounding out the top 10 at 4%.

    Trump is the biggest gainer in the poll, up 6 points since July according to the first nationwide CNN/ORC poll since the top candidates debated in Cleveland on Aug. 6. Carson gained 5 points and Fiorina 4 points. Trump has also boosted his favorability numbers among Republicans and Republican-leaning voters, 58% have a favorable view of Trump now, that figure stood at 50% in the July survey.

    These nationwide findings follow recent polling in Iowa and New Hampshire showing Trump also leads the Republican field in those two key early states.

    All the polls, scientific and otherwise, indicate Trump is tops. The debate/Megyn Kelly argument is over: Trump won.

    The next series of polls will be Trump post immigration plans. Will be interesting to see if Trump grows, loses, or remains steady in his level of support from GOP voters and all other voters.

    Anyone care to bet on what happens to Trump’s numbers?

  34. Hitler has had it with Donald Trump!!! A meeting has been scheduled with Reince Pribus and Karl Rove! Hitler is very angry, almost unhinged. We’ve never seen him this distraught:

  35. Lu4PUMA
    August 18, 2015 at 6:14 am

    Donald Trump, the Obola antidote.

    _______________________________
    Just in the nick of time.
    We are on life support and fading fast 🙁

  36. Jorge Ramos

    I HATE that guy. He is one of the mouthpieces of the illegal aliens.

    They feel they have more rights in OUR country than American citizens do. They think we should work ourselves to the damn bone to support THEM.

    Eff that, we should put our own people first.

    Period.

    This makes me nuts.

    Rant over.

  37. S
    August 18, 2015 at 2:48 am

    Black Life Matters go after Hillary

    ———
    I only watched one video and I am glad that Hillary didn’t cower but got out her pointy finger and stood her ground with these nitwits.

  38. Trump bags a fat one:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/fox-luntz-blasted-trump-donald-koch-seminar-121466.html?hp=t3_r

    Fox’s Luntz blasted Trump at Koch seminar

    In a fresh exchange of accusations, Donald Trump says Fox should fire its focus-group moderator.

    Donald Trump’s feud with GOP pollster Frank Luntz escalated Monday – with Trump calling on Fox News to fire Luntz from overseeing its post-debate focus groups, and Luntz launching a profanity-laden tirade to describe the real estate showman turned renegade presidential candidate.

    In an interview with POLITICO, Luntz said Trump — and Democratic presidential insurgent Bernie Sanders — are “delivering a big ‘f—- you’ to the elites in America.

    “And that resonates on both sides,” Luntz said. “But ‘f—- you’ doesn’t solve anything. ‘F—- you’ doesn’t make life any better. ‘F—- you’ makes you feel good, but it doesn’t get you where you need to go. ‘F—- you’ doesn’t make America strong. ‘F—- you’ doesn’t solve anything.”

    Trump responded by accusing Luntz of harboring a long-held vendetta because Trump refused to do business with Luntz’s polling firm.

    I caught him cold,” Trump told POLITICO. “And frankly, if I was [Fox News President] Roger Ailes, I’d fire that guy so fast for what he did that his head would spin.

    Monday’s war of words, another chapter in a series of Trump vs. Luntz moments, was touched off when POLITICO asked Luntz about private comments that seem to call into question his objectivity as the man who facilitates the focus groups that appear on Fox News.

    Luntz has insisted in an interview with Business Insider he has nothing against Trump and is only interested in accurately assessing the race.

    But sources told POLITICO that, in the days before the Aug. 6 Fox News presidential debate where a Luntz-run focus group panned Trump’s performance, the pollster told a closed-door gathering of major conservative donors in Southern California that Trump was dangerous to Republicans and was “turning what we believe into a joke.”

    People present at the gathering, which was organized by the political network helmed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, said Luntz argued that Trump is not a true conservative, but is “addicted” to the limelight and is likely to become increasingly enticed by the prospect of launching a third party presidential bid the longer he stays in the race.

    Asked Monday about his private comments in Southern California, Luntz declined to directly address what he said at the donor confab, though he did not back away from the substance of his critique. [snip]

    Three days after the session, Fox News hosted the first GOP presidential debate, followed immediately by a focus group conducted by Luntz, the members of which roundly criticized Trump’s performance as “angry,” repulsive and “bombastic.”

    Trump responded by branding the focus group a “dumb panel” and calling Luntz “a low-class slob” and “a clown” and suggesting his polling is shaped by his failure to win polling work from Trump.

    “[Luntz is] a clown. He’s got absolutely no talent whatsoever. He came to my office looking for money. He wanted to represent me in a corporate capacity which I had no interest in whatsover. The last thing I need is focus groups from Frank Luntz who can’t get himself arrested,” Trump said. “When I had no interest in hiring him, he went on to do some negative focus groups on television and frankly, he shouldn’t be working for Fox because he’s a total conflict of interest.”

  39. admin
    August 18, 2015 at 11:43 am

    Hitler has had it with Donald Trump!!!

    ——
    These meetings are great!

    Trump has really drove Hitler to the edge.

    “We thought Jeb was the SMART Bush.”

  40. admin
    August 18, 2015 at 11:35 am
    ————
    Things are seldom what they seem.

    Skim milk masquerades as creme.

    And sometimes, it is the other way around.

    They used to warn us about country lawyers.

    The same applies to Trump.

    Its the style that baffles them.

    They are used to people who tip toe through the tulips.

    They are taken aback by someone who thrashes through them.

    They fail to realize that the shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line.

    They fail to understand that the supports the SUBSTANCE of what Trump is saying.

    They fail to understand that the public wants leaders who do not mince words.

    One of the things you learn in life, and appreciate even more if you are a negotiator.

    The difference between STYLE and SUBSTANCE.

    Obama is the personification of that ignorance.

    Sell the sizzle. Not the steak–because if you sell only the stake they won’t buy it.

    “If the democratic party openly embraced the ideas I advocate, they could not be elected”–Soros.

    Here is the real rub however.

    When you are in a negotiation where you really need to move the other side.

    You will pursue a strategy of BRINKSMANSHIP.

    Most people associate that will bad faith, etc. but it is a time honored strategy.

    You see it most often in the world of investment banker.

    Thus, it is hardly surprising that an investment banker wrote an article on this in Harvard Business Review in 1967 which was my bible. Also, the mafia teamster local at jfk airport was adept at it.

    In essence, brinksmanship is the tactic of “calculated unreasonableness” which is pursued right up to the point where it is about to elicit a response in kind—and not a whit further.

    Donald Trump comes from that world–the world of investment banking etc. He knows the art of brinksmanship—better than anyone.

    And that is why I have made reference previously to “the art that conceals the art”. By the way jbstonesfan, I stole that phrase from Judge Stern.

    Watch out for that amiable easy going country lawyer. He will charm the pants off you

  41. What Trump sees is what the world sees.

    An elite class in this country, who have lost touch with reality, and have a soft underbelly.

    We need a new elite class. One that cares about the future of this nation.

    But the current group will not surrender without a fight.

    The world sees them as a joke.

    But domestically, they have the levers of power.

  42. admin
    August 18, 2015 at 12:43 pm
    Trump bags a fat one:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/fox-luntz-blasted-trump-donald-koch-seminar-121466.html?hp=t3_r

    Fox’s Luntz blasted Trump at Koch seminar

    In a fresh exchange of accusations, Donald Trump says Fox should fire its focus-group moderator.

    Donald Trump’s feud with GOP pollster Frank Luntz escalated Monday – with Trump calling on Fox News to fire Luntz from overseeing its post-debate focus groups, and Luntz launching a profanity-laden tirade to describe the real estate showman turned renegade presidential candidate.

    In an interview with POLITICO, Luntz said Trump — and Democratic presidential insurgent Bernie Sanders — are “delivering a big ‘f—- you’ to the elites in America.
    ——
    Luntz.

    Not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

    Did he really say that—delivering a fuck you to the elites

    And we are supposed to be outraged–about THAT?

    Talk about blaming the victim.

    We need to take a national poll on whether Luntz should keep his job.

    He is a fucking head case.

  43. What he is saying is Trump and Sander have reversed the burden of proof.

    Previously, it was incumbent upon anyone adversely affected by the policies of the elites to prove that the elites were harming the nation, only to have their complaint ignored and it that did not work then to kill the messenger. Big media wholly owned by the elites was judge, jury and executioner.

    Now, the elites so not enjoy this presumption of legitimacy. Now their bona fides, their competence, and their serial rape of the middle class are open to challenge.

  44. Wbboei, this joke is making the rounds:

    So, I was walking through Chicago and I saw that there was a “Muslim Book Store.” I was wondering what exactly was in a Muslim bookstore, so I went in.

    As I was wandering around taking a look, the clerk stopped me and asked if he could help me. I imagine I didn’t look like his normal clientele, so I asked, “Do you have a copy of Donald Trump’s book on his U.S. Immigration Policy regarding Muslims and illegal Mexicans?”

    The clerk said, “F*ck off, get out and stay out!” I said, “Yes, that’s the one. Do you have it in paperback?”

  45. admin
    August 18, 2015 at 1:21 pm
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    Nice.

    The alternative title might be: “The Rule of Law: Obey it. Enforce it. Legal immigrants Only.”

    Here’s a thought: If national boundaries mean nothing then real property rights in the country mean nothing either. It cannot be otherwise.

  46. Light in the loafers Lindsey.

    The Scarlet Pimpernel.

    Here’s here, he’s there, he’s everywhere.

    He condemns Trump for condemning Mexico, then Trump outs him and he destroys his cell phone, then he condemns Fox, now he condemns Trump on immigration–this former member of the insidious Gang of 8.

    The word in the grapevine is that Rubio is the “personal senator” of Zuckerberg.

    This Noah Rothman is a douchebag. Why HotAir hired this young prick is a mystery. His analysis lacks depth, understanding, etc. He is a dullard.

  47. Shadowfax
    August 18, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    Jorge Ramos

    I HATE that guy. He is one of the mouthpieces of the illegal aliens.

    Ramos is really the mouthpiece of the Mexican elite who want the US to pay for their social problems, prevent a revolution, and let them continue living high off the hog while the US middle class pays for all of it. He could care less about the poor of either Mexico or the US.

  48. A breath of fresh air for 2016 PA

    Pennsylvania no longer ‘leaning left’ in Presidential race
    BY SALENA ZITO 14 August 2015
    The Cook Political Report upgraded Republicans’ chances in Pennsylvania today, shifting the state from “Leans Democratic” to “Toss-up” in their latest 2016 Electoral Scorecard.
    The Democrats have dominated in presidential politics in the Keystone State since 1992, winning every Presidential race since Bill Clinton’s first run. They will hold their convention in Philadelphia next July.
    The Republicans have never given up their quest to win the state back, investing cash and infrastructure in an effort to secure Pennsylvania’s all important electoral votes. This June the national Republicans held their first ever Northeast Republican Leadership Conference in Philadelphia, during which RNC chairman Reince Priebus pledged to win the state in 2016.

    Listen to Priebus’ speech here: [ caveat: he’s not kind to either Clinton ] http://blog.triblive.com/orp/2015/08/14/pennsylvania-no-longer-leaning-left-in-presidential-race/

  49. Shadowfax, Mormaer, we would like someone to race-bait Jorge Ramos.

    Ramos needs to be confronted with the racial bigotry of Mexico and Mexican elites. Ramos and the “white” Mexican elites are a minority in Mexico but they get the good jobs and the money. “White” Mexicans like Ramos are the ones seen in the telenovelas on TV and the ones who win elections and the ones who run the country.

    Indigenous Mexicans of Indian heritage are the majority of Mexicans but they are an underclass. Indigenous Mexicans of Indian heritage, the natives of Mexico, from the great civilizations of Mexico are not seen and heard in Mexico. The racial disparity and prejudice against these poor and oppressed Mexicans is in stark contrast to the privileges and opportunities “white” Mexicans enjoy.

    Someone needs to confront Jorge Ramos for his “white privilege” and the oppression of native Mexican peoples.

    Bring back Benito Juarez and Zapata.

  50. ADMIN: Wall Street Democrats and Wall Street Republicans are now in charge. The populists in both parties have been marginalized, and the parties have been ethnically cleansed.

    This is a good article entitled My Party Has Lost Its Soul. It’s Bill Curry who was White House counselor for WJC–and obviously a supporter of the now defunct DLC.

    The closing paragraphs are particularly good. Trump, a scion of the Wall Street class, has aligned himself with the populists. That is part of what makes him unique, and compelling.
    ——
    A populist revolt among Democrats is unlikely absent their reappraisal of Obama, which itself seems unlikely. Not since Robert Kennedy have Democrats been so personally invested in a public figure.

    Liberals fell hardest so it’s especially hard for them to admit HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO THEM. If they could walk away they might resume their relationship with Nader. Of course that won’t be easy.

    Populism isn’t just liberalism on steroids; it too demands compromise. After any defeat, a party’s base consoles itself with the notion that if its candidates were pure they’d have won. It’s never true; most voters differ with both parties. Still, liberals dream of retaking Congress as the Tea Party dreams of retaking the White House: by being pure.

    Democratic elites are always up for compromise, but on the wrong issues. Rather than back GOP culture wars, as some do, or foreign wars, as many do, or big business, as nearly all do, they should back libertarians on privacy, small business on credit and middle-class families on taxes.

    If Democrats can’t break up with Obama or make up with Nader, they should do what they do best: take a poll. They would find that beneath all our conflicts lies a hidden consensus. It prizes higher ethics, lower taxes and better governance; community and privacy; family values and the First Amendment; economic as well as cultural diversity.

    Its potential coalition includes unions, small business, nonprofits, the professions, the economically embattled and all the marginalized and excluded.

    Such a coalition could reshape our politics, even our nation.

    http://www.salon.com/2014/07/27/my_party_has_lost_its_soul_bill_clinton_barack_obama_and_the_victory_of_wall_street_democrats/

  51. Ramos needs to be confronted with the racial bigotry of Mexico and Mexican elites. Ramos and the “white” Mexican elites are a minority in Mexico but they get the good jobs and the money.
    ———
    I played golf at the Dominion in San Antonio with one of those elites. He drove to that course in his Rolls Royce. He owned 500,000 acres of land in Mexico which he traced back to Juan a Soldier of Spain, 1509. He told me there are 8 million of us, i.e. Spaniards in Mexico, and the rest are Indios! That is the wedge–or cudgel that someone needs to pick up and hammer that little douchebag Ramos with.

  52. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/roger-stone-blasts-frank-luntz-donald-trump-121486.html?hp=rc1_4

    Roger Stone calls Frank Luntz a ‘pathetic turd’

    Roger Stone, a former top adviser with Donald Trump’s campaign, took to Twitter on Tuesday to blast Republican pollster Frank Luntz for his profanity-laced tirade against the presidential candidate.

    “Pathetic turd FrankLuntz begged @realDonaldTrump for corporate polling work – trashes Trump only after Trump declines,” Stone tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

    Stone also challenged members of the media to find any Republican pollster who would say on the record that Luntz is “competent.”

  53. At that time, he also made reference to the number of people who were living off the garbage dump in or around Mexico City. The number was in the seven figures, according to him. But like the rest of the elites in Mexico, they see these people as inferior. That question should be thrown back in the face of Ramos: Sir, how many Mexicans are living off the garbage dump in your capital city? And what obligation, moral, legal or otherwise, does that confer on the elites you represent to address that problem, rather than pushing it north and making it our problem??

  54. Administration

    My husband is a great great great nephew of Zapata, on his mothers side.
    His mother was of indian/Mexican blood, his father was Spaniard. .His father’s side all 6’3 and up, he is 6’4..The indios, all little people, his grandmother, was 4’8…A spitfire. My son was told he looked like Zapata and he does resemble him some, but more defined from the European in him. My daughter, all 6 feet of her, now she could led a revolution!

  55. Oh, we are hearing all the wonderful things these children that their mothers crossed the Rio grande, to birthacate…actually a puddle in most parts.., all the great things they have accomplished…why, probably more than Anglo- American children..
    Shame on Trump, that horrible man, for wanting to enforce the actual laws of the land…
    Shame
    They must be going crazy with Bernie feeling the same..lol

  56. Please Donald, let her go! 🙂

    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/08/18/rosie-odonnell-daughter-missing/

    Rosie O’Donnell’s 17-Year-Old Daughter Chelsea Reported Missing

    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Rosie O’Donnell’s daughter has been reported missing.

    Chelsea O’Donnell, 17, was last seen Tuesday, August 11, the actress and comedian said in a message on her website.

    Police in Nyack have been searching for her in Rockland County since Sunday.

    Chelsea was last seen wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt, dark, ripped blue jeans, grey Converse sneakers and a black backpack.

    Chelsea O’Donnell has a tattoo of a dream catcher on her right side with the word “Breathe.”

    She left with her 6-month-old therapy dog Bear, who is a brown and black terrier that weighs about 9 pounds.

    According to Rosie O’Donnell’s website, Chelsea has stopped taking her medicine and is in need of medical attention.

    In all seriousness, we hope this turns out well and that the young woman is fine. But this does sound as if she’s a runaway.

  57. admin
    August 18, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Shadowfax, Mormaer, we would like someone to race-bait Jorge Ramos.

    —–
    Absolutely Admin

    Many of those elite Mexicans are teaching in America’s colleges and helping illegals learn how to game the American system. The not only get financial help with housing and food, but many get ‘minority’ fellowships to attend our best Universities, while our own children have to go into eternal hock with student loans.

    The illegals are pushed forward, just like all the elites that helped our doofus in the WhiteHouse.

  58. admin

    August 18, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Shadowfax, Mormaer, we would like someone to race-bait Jorge Ramos.

    Ramos needs to be confronted with the racial bigotry of Mexico and Mexican elites. Ramos and the “white” Mexican elites are a minority in Mexico but they get the good jobs and the money. “White” Mexicans like Ramos are the ones seen in the telenovelas on TV and the ones who win elections and the ones who run the country.

    Indigenous Mexicans of Indian heritage are the majority of Mexicans but they are an underclass. Indigenous Mexicans of Indian heritage, the natives of Mexico, from the great civilizations of Mexico are not seen and heard in Mexico. The racial disparity and prejudice against these poor and oppressed Mexicans is in stark contrast to the privileges and opportunities “white” Mexicans enjoy.

    Someone needs to confront Jorge Ramos for his “white privilege” and the oppression of native Mexican peoples.

    Bring back Benito Juarez and Zapata.

    ************************************************************

    This is an example of what Donald Trump is talking about…the elite Mexicans want to keep all the good stuff for themselves in Mexico and open the borders to let all “those other Mexicans” free reign to escape and try to go find job or welfare in the USA…why should mexicans have to take care of mexicans in their own country when they can flee to the USA…because as Ramos says…that is what America does take care of all the poor and needy in the world…

    as Jorge Ramos demanded on Hannity last night

    S

    August 18, 2015 at 2:21 am

  59. gonzotx

    August 18, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    The hospital’s on the borders are packed with illegals, packed, giving birth non stop.

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    this is an example of the kind of expose DT has to put into TV ads, etc…whent he time is right…he does not have to give all his ammo now…but start putting his tv storyboards together that tell the story…

    Americans are going to be horrified when they actually see what is going on and being withheld from them because the media does not report any of this and instead tries to make anyone who questions illegal immigration feel guilty and seen as a cold hearted racist…

  60. The hospital’s on the borders are packed with illegals, packed, giving birth non stop.

    Lol Admin..She wonders what Montezuma thinks of them…pretty white and wow, where did you get that English from?

    Love the song, my daughter is going to have it sung at the reception of her wedding. .

  61. Great discussion. Glad to know racists are everywhere….

    I wonder if the following is a credible analysis:

    Villaraigosa hosts Hillary Clinton fundraiser amid quiet preparations to run for governor Tue Aug 18 02:12:55 EDT 2015 | Los Angeles Times
    Antonio Villaraigosa has kept out of the news in the six months since he opted to skip the race for U.S. Senate. But a reception at his Hollywood Hills home on Monday to raise money for Hillary Rodham Clinton was the latest of many signs the former Los Angeles mayor is preparing quietly to run for governor of California in 2018.

  62. I have a friend who is flight nurse and his area is the border. They get calls from across the border, usually gun/ gang related, and they don’t take them to their hospitals they dump them on our side and call and we have to pick them up at costs of thousands upon thousands of dollars to US taxpayers.

  63. Tony Stark

    August 18, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    This black woman looks like she fully agrees with Trump regarding illegal aliens:

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    Tony, right on…people are angry and they are not going to take it anymore…

    the silent majority DT is talking about is going to be heard…and they are smart people speaking out…

  64. wbboei

    August 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm

    Here’s a thought: If national boundaries mean nothing then real property rights in the country mean nothing either. It cannot be otherwise.

    *************************************************
    ***************************************************

    wbboei…you can count on the democrats to ignore ‘property rights’…just look at who has supported eminent domain and taken homes and property from people for commerical projects that never even got built…land stolen from people that now stands as barren after the real estate crash…

    that’s right…the democrats on the Supreme Court…i would never have believed it but it is true…

    …and now with a self described Socialist rising in the polls in the Democratic primary…all bets are off…

    next, the will take your property to give it to illegal immigrants and you won’t have any way to stop it…

    hell, they even seize people’s money thru the IRS and Police Depts without any reason and don’t return it unless the media really jumps on them…

    the Leftie Democratic Party we have now is frightening when it comes to individuality…and our individual rights…unless you are of a special interest group they identify with

  65. I really don’t get the two women where the one with the blond poof on top says “yeah” when ever the other woman takes a breath.

    It started driving me nuts and I was so distracted I couldn’t keep listening.

    I know this is a typical way to rap or whatever the style is, but the second woman just needs a tambourine sound or little drum and the silent facial expressions would work better.

    Just sayin’e

  66. I love the Stump for Trump girls…that’s their style

    I read that they are actually, really sisters…

    and also that they have gotten death threats … but you are not going to silence them…no way, Jose…

  67. btw…Shadow…did you feel that quake you all had out there yesterday?

    I’m heading to LA in the FAll…love, love LA…but the one thing I do not miss at all are the quakes…

  68. S

    Yes, I felt the quake just as I was headed out to work. It was pretty frightening. It’s really close to where I commute to work.

    Only a 4.0, but they predict a huge one somewhere on that fault in the near future. Not fun to think of.

    I’ve been though two really big quakes, one in Southern and one in Northern Calif.

  69. backup sister

    She is funny, but I had a difficult time paying attention to what the other sister was saying.

  70. Luntz a pathetic turd’
    ———-
    No need to litigate that issue.

    It is a known fact that Lunz is a turd.

    We can ask the judge to take judicial notice.

    Otherwise we can stipulate to it.

    The only real question is this:

    Is he flushable?

  71. We can only hope Luntz is being “flushed” soon and I don’t think any of us will shed a tear. It’ll be hard to keep the cheering down. If so, maybe this will shake up the media and bring them down many notches. But there are a legion of pundits and media people just waiting to take the place of the fallen. Megyn Kelly is on a “ten day vacation” after tangling with Trump and now Luntz. Go, Donald! And Eric Erickson will most likely not be brought out to be a spokesman for the GOP this election cycle you can bet. 😉

  72. There is some whistling past the graveyard in this piece from The Hill:

    Jeb Bush’s donors aren’t sounding the alarm — yet.

    The former Florida governor had been labeled the GOP’s front-runner, but polls show he’s trailing Donald Trump by a wide margin. Even some supporters say he turned in a shaky performance at the first Republican debate earlier this month.

    The son of one former president and brother of another also seems out of step with GOP voters who, at least according to polls, appear to be craving voices from outside conventional politics.
    Some Bush supporters note that the rise of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and businesswoman Carly Fiorina, who along with Trump are enjoying a post-debate bounce, appears to be fueled by a general discontent with establishment politicians.

    The problem for Bush has always been who, exactly, is going to bother crawling out of bed to vote for him. Sure he excites the K Street guys and he excites the Chamber of Commerce executive suite but you can’t point to any section of the GOP primary electorate or the general population who thinks President Jeb Bush sounds worth voting for. His strategy has been to lock up the big donors, starve the competitors for cash, and then, Mitt-Romney-like, wait for them to exhaust their resources and fade.But in the Bush camp, hope is, indeed, a method:

    Bush donors have been surprised by Trump’s strength and the durability of his poll numbers, which have kept him at the top of the GOP heap for about a month despite controversy after controversy.

    Still, they believe Trump will stumble in the end and that their man will be a more acceptable second choice for many Republican voters.

    “In short, Jeb is right on track!” Bush backer David Beightol said in a brief email responding to questions from The Hill.

    The northeastern donor noted that the field now numbers 17 prominent Republican candidates, all splitting the vote.

    “How many people do we think we will have in February 2016? Will there be more than four in New Hampshire? If there are, it won’t be many more than four. So that means 13 are not going to be there anymore. You have 40-odd percent that is going to go some place.

    “Does it go to The Donald? The Donald has his fans, he may get some. But I think the majority are going to go to Jeb Bush. As people leave the field, voters are going to say, ‘My number two choice is Jeb Bush.’ ”

    This is lunacy. As my colleague, and hardcore Donald Trump supporter, Neil Stevens noted earlier today, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92% is the preferred second choice for most voters. Conduct this thought experiment. Rank order the 17 candidates and start peeling off the weak gazelles at the water hole. Fiorina. Do her supporters go to Bush? I don’t see it. Rick Perry? No way. Pataki. Yes. Graham. Yes. Huckabee? A few but I suspect most of those go to Cruz or, every man’s second choice, Rubio. Kasich. Probably benefits Scott Walker but probably some Bush voters there. It is at that point that your model collapses on Bush. When/If Trump finally folds do you think his people go to an establishment tool like Jeb Bush? Me, neither.

    Bush’s path to the White House is going to be no more a coronation than Hillary’s. He may have been a very conservative governor, but his style doesn’t match the mood of the American people and his big-government-solution conservatism foundered along with his brother’s ‘compassionate conservatism.’

    The fact that the question is being asked and his donor base is making such ridiculous happy talk shows the seriousness of Bush’s dilemma. Under his original plan he should have frightened virtually all serious candidates from the race by his fundraising. He hasn’t. That shows everyone knows that the only way Bush wins the nomination is if the other 16 guys chain themselves together and set themselves on fire.

  73. Lunacy. It is here. These some of the elite freaks are going to be pushing for negative interest rates. The global economy is failing. WE NEED A BIG STICK!!! The snakes are going to get even more vicious.

    U.S. Lacks Ammo for Next Economic Crisis
    Policy makers worry fiscal and monetary tools to battle a recession are in short supply
    By Jon Hilsenrath and
    Nick Timiraos
    Aug. 17, 2015 10:37 p.m. ET

    ‘As the U.S. economic expansion ages and clouds gather overseas, policy makers worry about recession. Their concern isn’t that a downturn is imminent but whether they will have firepower to fight back when one does arrive. Interest rates are near zero, and fiscal stimulus plans could be hampered by high levels of government debt and the prospect of growing budget deficits to cover entitlement spending on retired baby boomers.’

    ‘Mr. Bernanke said he was struck by how central banks in Europe recently pushed short-term interest rates into negative territory, essentially charging banks for depositing cash rather than lending it to businesses and households. The Swiss National Bank, for example, charges commercial banks 0.75% interest for money they park, an incentive to lend it elsewhere.’

    ‘Economic theory suggests negative rates prompt businesses and households to hoard cash—essentially, stuff it in a mattress. “It does look like rates can go more negative than conventional wisdom has held,” Mr. Bernanke said.’

    ‘Others, including Sen. Bob Corker (R.,Tenn.), see only the Fed’s limits. “They have, like, zero juice left,” he said.’

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-lacks-ammo-for-next-economic-crisis-1439865442

  74. I’d imagine one of the reasons Carly’s numbers are going up is because she is NOT being vetted, there aren’t negative news stories about her and the media are carrying her around on pillows so that she can supposedly attack Hillary since she is a woman. If media hit her 24/7 as they do Hillary, dear Carly’s numbers would drop like a rock. The media still has the power to make or break some candidates or most.

  75. I wish “The Democrats” would just officially change their party name to “The Progressives” or “The Socialists” or something. There IS NO Democratic Party any more.

  76. Have you noticed how wierd the focus groups are that fat Frank puts together, and the way he odd way conducts the panel interviews to always get the result he wants. It is good to watch him let it all hang out, because it confirms what we suspected namely that he is phony and has an agenda–the Murdock agenda to vindicate. When he comes on, its time to switch channels. He has nothing to offer but brain rot.

  77. wbboei
    August 18, 2015 at 7:49 pm
    There is some whistling past the graveyard in this piece from The Hill:

    Sunk costs. No one likes to admit they threw money down a rat hole.

  78. Norma Desmond

    August 18, 2015 at 9:31 pm
    I wish “The Democrats” would just officially change their party name to “The Progressives” or “The Socialists” or something. There IS NO Democratic Party any more.
    ______________________________________________________________________________

    People look at me kind of odd when I tell them “there USED to be Democrats that had a bit of common sense”, but then nod their head when I follow it with, “but the party is nothing but GD communists now”.

  79. Southern Born
    August 18, 2015 at 9:23 pm
    I’d imagine one of the reasons Carly’s numbers are going up is because she is NOT being vetted, there aren’t negative news stories about her and the media are carrying her around on pillows so that she can supposedly attack Hillary since she is a woman. If media hit her 24/7 as they do Hillary, dear Carly’s numbers would drop like a rock. The media still has the power to make or break some candidates or most.
    ____________

    Right, SB. And, if they media go after Carly, it might weaken her slime campaign against Hillary. MSM doesn’t want that. Anyone who goes after Hillary is just fine with MSM.

  80. Mormaer
    August 18, 2015 at 9:50 pm
    wbboei
    August 18, 2015 at 7:49 pm
    There is some whistling past the graveyard in this piece from The Hill:

    Sunk costs. No one likes to admit they threw money down a rat hole.
    ——
    Yup.

    Especially when they pride themselves on being smart, shrewd, savvy, sophisticated and just plain special. Oh they are so fucking special. Just like their counterparts on the democrat side. Wall Street republicans and Wall Street democrats–may they rot in hell.

    This is where Donald has thrown a grenade into their little heaven. Who’d have thunk one of them would call them traitors? Incompetents?? They don’t mind being called traitors–because they can always counterclaim that they are citizens of the world. Its the incompetent part that frosts their ass. It is simply unthinkable that someone who went to Harvard is incompetent. Perish the thought that for once in their lives they would be held accountable. That is the unkindest cut of all.

  81. hwc
    August 18, 2015 at 11:19 pm

    ________________

    You know what? As disappointed as I am in Hillary right now, I have to come to her defense. Listening to her answer in regards to the email server, she was concise, but complete. Assuming that she is telling the truth (and I have no reason to believe that she is not), there really isn’t anything else that she can do. She is 100% correct to say that any emails of a personal nature are not the business of the government, and she is exactly correct to protect her privacy.

    We also need to face facts about this whole email mess. It is becoming more and more and more and more obvious that the usual suspects are behind this ‘-gate.’ The real question they should should be asking is how to dampen this issue. Being bombastic only works if you are bombastic. Hillary is not bombastic. Hillary has never been bombastic. Hillary will never be bombastic. While she may need to stick her finger in a few more faces, her real problems MUST be dealt with – Bumbles the unfortunate and Big Media the gargantuan.

    Two things are standing out that mirror 2008. 1)A trumped up charge levied and then ultimately controlled by the Obingo apparatus (circa Hillary is a racist), and 2)an all out effort by big Media to make it the sole focus of the American public. Hillary’s problem in the last election was the sheer weight of force the MSM and Obingo came after her and how unprepared they were to deal with it. And now? 1)A trumped up charge of a lack of trustworthiness (circa hidden emails), and 2)an all out effort by big Media to make it the focus of the American public. (One of my coaches once told me that if a play works, run it until the other team figures out how to stop it.) Her problem this go round is twofold. First, she isn’t the fighter she was then. Second, and much more important, Trump.

    The more you peel back the layers that constitute the man, the more he demonstrates a connection with the American spirit. That is what Obingo captured in 2008. The American people FINALLY got wise to the treachery of the media as Trump came to the forefront. Bombastic won’t solve all of America’s problems, but it will solve MOST of them. Also, he has the stuff that people are looking for in a leader right now.

    So what’s the rub? As the Joker said in ‘The Dark Knight” (best movie ever!!), we have to take care of the real problem, Batman, or in this case Obingo and the MSM. The solution is a marriage between her great capacity for policy, and some good old fashion dirty politics. Quit being the nice clean politician, and get dirty. Maybe we will see some fire and brimstone.

    Here’s hoping….

    Hillary 2016?

  82. I cannot help by say again, that Admin was wayyyyyyyy ahead of all the pundits in seeing the potential of the Donald Trump run. It is a waste of time to listen to these pundits. Anyone who wants to know what is happening and will happen really needs to come here and read what admin writes.

    That said, Mark Steyn who was behind admin, but is still way ahead of all the others on the subject of Donald Trump, and why he has traction. The Republican Party is now poodles for the chamber of commerce and their rank and file know it. They fooled them in 2010 and again in 2014 and are in no mind to be fooled again. There is a lack of job security, upward mobility and opportunity which rank and file republicans have no plan to address, and even if they did they are not TRUSTED. Trump has filled that vacuum and he addresses the questions, and insecurities the electorate has that party leadership simply ignores. The RINO can no longer move the needle. Which is why it is so curious that red state continues to demonize trump. Erickson may be another Luntz.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/4431013332001/mark-steyn-explains-donald-trumps-appeal-to-voters/?intcmp=hphz02#sp=show-clips

  83. Whenever a RINO stands up to speak the audience should chant “POODLE! POODLE!! POODLE!!!”–because that is what they are: POODLES for the Chamber of Commerce. That is exactly what Rubio is. Marco the red.

  84. Corker, a.k.a. Old Spice, the William Wellman of Failure Theater, is a fine french poodle.

    If I had a dog it would not be a poodle, but if I had a poodle, his name would be corker, and I would send a note to the great man telling him that my dog reminded me of him, except for the fact that unlike Corker, my dog is not owned by the Chamber of Commerce and he is not partial to old spice.

    Here’s Corker:

    https://youtu.be/ftH5zncnYlU

  85. TheRock
    August 19, 2015 at 12:35 am
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    Hillary’s real mistake was to mix private emails with work related stuff on the same email account and computer. That’s something that we’ve been warned against in the different hospitals that I’ve worked in. If you use your organization’s computers or email accounts for private, non-work related correspondence, you pretty much lose your privacy rights to them.

  86. I don’t know what she was hiding in her emails or who she was hiding it from (FOIA, Congress, Obama?). I suspect that she was hiding Clinton Foundation – State Department associations.

    It requires a willful suspension of disbelief that she would take the risk of a non-gov email system unless she was hiding something and that she turned over all the emails she was hiding.

    Be that as it may, her more immediate problem is the possession of classified information removed from secure government control.

  87. Washington Examiner now on board and they have been sent a tweet of this big pink post.

    Trump isn’t all hot air on immigration …The blunt simplicity of Trump’s plan will strip bare the myth that the Obama administration is enforcing immigration laws in the slightest and its hypocrisy in claiming that it is… Who’s crazy? Trump and his supporters, or a senator who ignores facts and court decisions?
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/article/2570334

  88. Tony Stark

    August 19, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Another fraud, just like Obola?
    ————————————————–
    Tony, I’ve been following the Shaun King story for some time. In some ways it is much worse than the Rachel Dolezal story. I’m not sure it will be as easy for him to squeak by when the truth comes out. He specifically joined and then milked the BLM crowd. As much as I detest him I do not want to be in his shoes when certain parties find out and come calling.

  89. On another note, I’ve turned on several people to this blog who now visit often. I always describe it as “the finest political commentary and insight on the web.” Admin especially, but the regular posters offer incredibly fine links, insight and opinion too. Wbboei in particular is someone I often quote.

    Thanks to everyone for making this such a great place to visit and learn.

    I’ll go back to my corner now.

    2016: Hell Toupee Tour

  90. Is this the right web site?

    All those in favor of renaming it, “Trump is 45”, please raise your hands.

  91. Speculating that Hillary is a criminal from the whole email scandal is a snipe hunt to ruin her credibility with the American voter, nothing more.

    If there was proof that Hillary emailed something that was ohhhh so evil and terrible, then by crackie, it would be plastered all over FoxNews, Brietbart and be sure hwc would post it on Big Pink, 24/7.

    If Hillary was so damn evil, bring it!

    I am so sick of all this bullshit, and they know if they find something ‘evil’ on Hillary’s emails, they will say they can’t disclose it to the pubic for ‘National Security’ reasons, and so the taint on Hillary is left to the haters imagination.

    BTW, loved to see Hillary back in her bright orange outfit.

  92. A tweet rolled by this afternoon saying that as POTUS, Hillary would would receive the same pay as a man. We all have to think, no way any pay will make up for the criticism tossed her way. Why is she more reviled that BO? For that alone, I would vote to have this site forever be HillaryIs44.

    But there is a more important reason. Big Pink’s roots are inexorably linked to her, and IMO it should so remain.

  93. pm317
    August 19, 2015 at 3:03 pm
    Perfect, this is the Hillary we want!

    —-

    Thank you pm317 for that longer version of the video. You are right, THAT is the Hillary we have always supported.

    So, Hillary hasn’t changed…she is still the same intelligent, stong woman.

    Her having to defend Obama must be really difficult on a lot of issues that she knows she would have handled differently, but she must really want to be President bad enough to try and balance both ends of the Democratic party.

  94. But there is a more important reason. Big Pink’s roots are inexorably linked to her, and IMO it should so remain.

    Well said, Hold’um!

    Even keeping the ’44’ in the blog name has significance to most of us. Maybe it could be: hillaryis44and45

  95. Rosie and her super liberal friends owe the police a big thank you! Glad her daughter was found safe.

  96. rgb44hrc
    August 19, 2015 at 2:27 pm
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    We are excited about Trump because he is doing what we want Hillary to do. I still do not know if I could vote for him, but I sure will stand by him and what he is doing by speaking out on the issues. The thing is, most people here are not about the Party or the Candidate, they are about the Country. Trump is serving his country in ways that, for some reason or another, Hillary just cannot right now.

    So I am with The Sisters and I Stump for the Trump.

    But my heart still belongs to Hillary.

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