June 11, 2014, - 8:58 am

Eric Cantor Lost bc He Pimped Illegal Alien Amnesty; Message for GOP & Tea Party

By Debbie Schlussel

Republican Majority Leader and Congressman Eric Cantor’s resounding defeat, yesterday, at the hands of Dave Brat, should be a message to the GOP . . . AND to the Tea Party: if you are soft on immigration and smile upon open borders, your job is in jeopardy. The less-tanned, less-crying John Boehner clone from Richmond learned the hard way when voters fired him, yesterday.

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And, yes, I mean the Tea Party, which frequently embraces open borders Republicans In Name Only (RINOs), despite professing otherwise. See Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Jihad Darrell Issa, yadda, yadda, yadda. Eric Cantor pimped amnesty everywhere he went, including to Jewish groups, with whose liberal views he seemed quite comfortable. And Cantor pushed his own DREAM Act, which was the impetus for Obama to issue an executive order for the one we now have. All those illegal alien “youths” now streaming into our Southern border? Eric Cantor contributed to that. So, how long ’til FOX News hires the newly-fired Cantor to its expanded RINO line-up? 3-2-1 . . . .












Just last week, the Wall Street Journal propagandists ran a piece on how immigration and support for amnesty doesn’t hurt GOP candidates in primaries. Well, Dave Brat–who spent only $100,000 on his campaign–just proved the lie of that article. Candidates who make an issue of secure borders and the preservation of jobs, language, and culture of this country for U.S. citizens, can win elections and beat established, well-funded Republican incumbents. Look at so many other Tea Party insurgent candidates who lost to GOP barnacles. They didn’t make immigration and amnesty a hallmark of their campaigns.

Nor did they focus on Eric Cantor’s complicity with ObamaCare, something he initially pretended to be against, but then gave lip service to accepting as the law of the land, while continuing to play both sides of the issue.

Eric Cantor frequently employed comparisons between Jewish immigrants escaping anti-Semitic persecution (who came here legally) and today’s illegal aliens. That comparison was disgusting. The two groups have nothing in common. My grandparents on one side came here to escape the Nazis and their ancestors, and on the other side, after they survived the Holocaust. Today’s illegal aliens come here to steal jobs, rape, drink-and-drive, and, yes, commit terrorism and/or add more bodies to the Islamic invasion.

I never liked Eric Cantor and was annoyed anytime anyone bragged to me, “yay, Eric Cantor, a Jewish Republican!” PUH-LEEZE, just because I’m a proud Jewish American conservative, I’m supposed to like this guy? Frankly, as a proud American and a proud Jew, I found the guy embarrassing.

I couldn’t care less what religion this guy nominally pretends to have. I care about the views he’s unfortunately proud to broadcast and try to impose upon America. And those views were dangerous to all of us–whether Jew or Catholic, Protestant or Hindu. Frankly, I’m not sure how Eric Cantor is all that different from the liberal Democrat Jews on the other side of the aisle in Congress. To me, he’s just another embarrassing Jewish liberal I could do without. And, now, thankfully, he’s off the national stage . . . until he begins his FOX News career.

A year ago, I wrote on this site:

If we instantly give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens–even just the ones they call “kids” (who are now in their early to mid-30s), it’s a disaster. And pimping my religion in the name of destroying America forever is something Eric Cantor can write his epitaph with.

Well, he just did. And the dirge at his political funeral should be, “Mr. Big Stuff.” Who do you think you are?

At this point, what he is, is unemployed. Thanks to his support for immigration policy that will ensure many Americans are unemployed and paying the tab for long-term idiocy and destruction visited upon America.

The Tea Party must take down other amnesty pimps like Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Jihad Darrell (Issa), and the rest. But it won’t. Doesn’t have the guts.

And, so, while the Tea Party isn’t dead yet, unless it heeds the message of Eric Cantor’s defeat, its rigor mortis will arrive not long after Cantor’s.

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48 Responses

This win for the TEA Party candidate reveals another media fallacy. The TEA Party is dead. That’s right up there with Al Qaeda is decimated & on the run and if you like your medical plan and your doctor, you can keep them. Steam roller time!

MuzzCrusher on June 11, 2014 at 9:23 am

DS makes a salient point about Rand Paul’s vulnerability on “Open Borders”. Libertarians/Campaign for Liberty and Chamber of Commerce have common ground on this issue. DS may be ahead of the curve in zeroing in on Rand Pauls Immigation/Amnesty position.

I think Marco Rubio generates less enthusiasm than Ron Paul .

We can, also, note that all Darrell Issa’s grandstanding on IRS has gone nowhere.

bobguzzardi on June 11, 2014 at 9:25 am

Now that Eric Cantor has lost his job he can go on the dole along with all the illegals that he loves.

Jerry G on June 11, 2014 at 9:50 am

Cantor has some options available —

1. He can change that meaningless “R” behind his name to a “D”
2. He can get do a “Murkowski” and get aid from Sotos and unions and run in the November elections,
3. He can use his “lame duck” sessions to stab his constituents in the back some more.

Media is going crazy claiming his loss has nothing to do with the latest WH created child amnesty crisis in the southwest.

Time for the servile silent service (the GOP!) to act! But
they have no plan — no spine! Years of sniveling collaboration have led to no opposition in DC.

Hans Schaden on June 11, 2014 at 10:20 am

Well, if the Republican amnesty pushers are taken on, that means virtually the entire Republican Party.

Almost the entire press, including conservative outlets (I am no longer going to say ‘faux conservatives’ because they are now eal conservatives. The word has changed its political meaning in the last couple of decades — if the word ‘liberal’ can be transformed over time, why not ‘conservative’?) are treating the Cantor defeat as an isolated episode, mostly comparing him with Graham, and McConnell.

I am struck by the paucity of comparisons with the Thad
Cochran situation. There are a few references, but not very many. Very, very few conservative outlets want to see Cochran defeated. But the problems with the bipartisan liberal establishment are not that different from those in Europe, and the last thing the establishment or any media outlets here, liberal or conservative, want to see is something like what is happening in Europe today. (I realize that some of the European dissident parties are anti-semitic, and in some cases even fascist, but the form that departures from the established political system can take are fluid — they don’t necessarily have to take an anti-semitic or fascist direction.)

Having said that, while I agree that immigration and Washington elitism were the main reasons for Cantor’s defeat, anti-semitism was not entirely absent. I am saying that, even though Cantor did win a number of earlier elections in his district.

Ann Coulter is an example, as are other people who concentrated disproportionately on Cantor rather than Cochran, who, up front, has been at least as vulnerable as Cantor. I don’t think proximity to Washington can explain it — the media certainly has the resources to concentrate on Mississippi.

Coulter also disproportionately identifies Sheldon Adelson as one of the evil open-border advocates that was successfully fought against yesterday. Maybe so, at least in one regard, but why not mention the Chamber of Commerce, and all the other billionaires and organizations supporting open borders?

The anti-semitism lurking in the background is not a tangential issue. Look again at Europe, e.g. Hungary. Discontent with established conservatives has taken anti-semitic forms in several European countries, and, even though it is less prominent here, we know from the past that it can project itself into the forefront almost instantly. So we must identify and expose this type of anti-semitism not only in Hungary and Germany, but also in the US when we see it, as here, in the background of the Cantor defeat.

Entries here have discussed this previously with regards to the Tea Party, and the discussion is still relevant today. I am struck by the almost complete absence of this issue in the accounts of Cantor’s defeat.

Little Al on June 11, 2014 at 10:24 am

    The sad fact of the matter is that in the cases of parties like “Golden Dawn” you’re right.
    But unfortunately by backing left leaning immigration parties many Jews have voted themselves out of existence in Europe.
    It is almost certainly the case in France.

    This is not a happy thing to say but unfortunately this is how it stands at the moment far as I can see.

    Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 10:56 pm

The Tea Party has morphed into the “Establishment.” The main Tea Party organizations have become just another money raising entity whose expenses, salaries, etc., far outweigh their financial support of candidates. Mr. Bratt was NOT elected by the “Tea party,” who did zero in support, he was elected by the people. The people have spoken, not the Tea Party. I no longer have any faith in the Tea Party, but I do have faith in the people, (Not the “Sheeple”) of our country.

Victoryman on June 11, 2014 at 10:29 am

    @Victoryman
    The Tea Party is not a list of organisations who claim to be the Tea Party.
    The Tea Party are the people and many of them voted for Bratt.
    If you didn’t get that then you never got the Tea Party to begin with.

    “You can’t prevent disillusionment but you can guard against it.”
    Isn’t it time you started?

    Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 11:00 am

      Bingo.

      waynesteapartyworld on June 11, 2014 at 11:25 am

      When I went to a tea-party meeting for the first time a year ago i asked what i should do to join. Their answer was :nothing just come to the meetings. The tea party is the people, the American grass root. When you give money it is to a good candidate and not to the a party.I will vote for candidates that i have researcher carefully, candidates who support the constitution, are true patriots and love America.

      bonnie loranger on June 11, 2014 at 11:59 am

Reports of the Tea Party’s demise were greatly exaggerated for the simple reason that many want it gone and self fulfilling prophecies have their uses.

Some cable hosts were practically tripping over themselves to ask the question is the Tea Party over. Simply announcing it would have been a bit too obvious and they had their sympathies to express at the funeral.

Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 10:41 am

Amen Debbie! Cantor was another RINO who started drinking the DC Kool Aid which basically means you’re only worried about looking “moderate” (why is it only Republicans seem to worry about that?), or in other words, selling out conservative principles. You start talking amnesty, and why is it a surprise when people flood across the border? Why even talk about immigration reform, when you know Obama won’t enforce any law he doesn’t like?

Sean M on June 11, 2014 at 10:41 am

Rubio is not the Tea Party and he’s never identified himself as such as far as I know. He was happy to come in on the coattails of the Tea Party but he’s a Washington DC player.
Hopefully most people are well aware of that by now.

The same could be said to a degree for Rand Paul’s libertarian isolationism which is making its play now. That is a little more complicated.
It does have many supporters on FOX but I wouldn’t exactly call them Tea Party stalwarts.

Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 10:42 am

Cantor didn’t lose just because of immigration although obviously that’s huge.
He lost because he’s a big government crony capitalist Obama-lite RINO like Jeb Bush – which is why they really support amnesty in the first place.

Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 10:48 am

D.S. is mostly correct, but is behind-the-times, as should have written “the Tea Party, which frequently embracED open borders Republicans..” –We in the T.P. are onto the little bait/switch game played on us by the permanent-political-class in the past, and it doesn’t work so well anymore. Next up for dusting are T. Cochran and L. Alexander. Btw, with Cantor now toast, “the guy-in-the-mirror” says cha-ching, and with multiple more cha-chings on the way :)

W: Complete BS. I’m entirely correct. Tea Partiers remain huge backers of many open borders Republicans, including Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Darrell Issa, etc. I mentioned all of them in the article, but you conveniently chose to ignore them and fail to refute a single thing I’ve said. In fact, Cantor is the ONLY open borders guy Tea Partiers opposed. The only one. DS

waynesteapartyworld on June 11, 2014 at 11:23 am

This is great news! Now if the other RINOs could be sent packing. Traitor sell-outs like McCain, Graham, Boner, and all the rest who have sold their souls to what Corporate Amerika Inc. wants.

BTW, that “pimp” photo is hilarious.

bingo on June 11, 2014 at 11:47 am

Also, this NEEDS to be said — aside from insane, ultra-leftists, like Schumer and his ilk, Jews have been very much a net gain for America! Period. All leftists are the enemy, not just the Jewish ones.

bingo on June 11, 2014 at 11:51 am

I am damn glad that Cantor lost. I wish that McConnell had gone down too.
Obama is following the example of the damn Yankees who made big time profits off of slavery around the Founding of America.
Obama intentionally forgets that the Israelites suffered over 1,000 years of slavery. 430 years of slavery in Egypt alone. Americas slavery greatly pales in comparison to the Israelites slavery. Americas was 200 years.

The Confederacy on June 11, 2014 at 12:50 pm

Last week, Debbie had asked whether Reagan could still beat Carter. I was in the minority saying “yes.” Reagan was bad on immigration–though he repented later, and though his error was before we had much of the evidence we now have regarding illegals. But a Reagan-style winning candidacy is certainly possible. As I said on that other item, immigration would certainly be one of the key issues. So would Islam.

The basic rule for a New Reagan would be to find issues that are nonpartisan in Washington in one direction and nonpartisan at the grassroots in a different direction. While Dem masses are less good than Rep masses on immigration, both are far better than either of the sets (Dem/Rep) of Washington party elites. We know less about Islam, but I fully expect that the situation is similar for Islam: the mass is much less sympathetic to Islam than the elite class of either party.

I think it would be fully feasible to get Dem crossover votes for a New Reagan on these and other issues. However, the effect of Washington Rep elites selecting someone like a Jeb is that there are no crossover votes and some Rep voters stay home.

skzion on June 11, 2014 at 12:58 pm

Eric Cantor became obsessed with winning elections and fundraising, while neglecting his base. Goldman Sachs and other financial outfits cannot rescue you when you have turned your back on your constituents.

Worry01 on June 11, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    Eric Cantor also lied repeatedly and pretended to be against amnesty before he was for it before he was against it but not really because he’s for immigration reform even though that includes amnesty except it doesn’t… Get the point? Once Brat started hitting him hard on the amnesty issue and got some traction, the Cantor campaign sent out mailers to his constituents claiming that he is not now nor has he ever been in favor of amnesty for illegals – while at the same time was scheduled to be the keynote speaker at an AMNESTY gathering a couple of days after the election. They don’t invite you to be the keynote speaker if they think you disagree with them.

    I’m happy to see a Michigan guy, Hope College grad, going to Washington. I hope he can make the things he believes in happen.

    MIGirl on June 11, 2014 at 4:54 pm

There is absolutely no other nation on earth which tolerates open borders. In fact, most proudly demand solid skills and education. It is called self-preservation, a trait this land has lost completely.

Kara on June 11, 2014 at 1:48 pm

“My grandparents one side came here to escape the Nazis and their ancestors, and on the other side, after they survived the Holocaust. Today’s illegal aliens come here to steal jobs, rape, drink-and-drive, and, yes, commit terrorism and/or add more bodies to the Islamic invasion.”

That’s an understatement.

DS_ROCKS! on June 11, 2014 at 1:59 pm

Well said Frankz to Victoryman. You don’t sign up to be a TEA Party member. You work to get true Patriots elected to offices throughout our country. RINO’s & DIMwits hate that word “PATRIOTS”! So divisive ;)

MuzzCrusher on June 11, 2014 at 2:09 pm

I hope Rand Paul is paying close attention. He’s increasingly not to popular here in Kentucky becuase of stance on amnesty. At first he opposed it and favored steps to stop illegal immigration. That has now changed.

Paul on June 11, 2014 at 2:09 pm

    Paul, at this stage, someone at a high political level doesn’t change his mind on immigration. Randi is a scum. I’d stay home if he ran as a Republican in the election.

    Indeed, I will not vote for anyone who will not start driving the illegals out (let alone someone for amnesty).

    skzion on June 11, 2014 at 3:19 pm

The Tea Party wasn’t a negiglible factor in this primary, but it wasn’t that important either. The fact that the Tea Party endorsed Brat doesn’t mean that thousands upon thousands of Republicans voted in line with that endorsement. I’m on the Right, but frankly I could care less about a TP seal of approval. Many other conservatives feel the same way.

Brat defeated Cantor because a lot of moderate as well as conservative GOP members felt Cantor was in the pockets of mass immigration enthusiast interest groups and didn’t grasp the looming disaster of a de facto open borders policy. I shed no tears for his defeat, but the Tea Party shouldn’t take credit for it.

Seek on June 11, 2014 at 3:29 pm

    You can personally take credit for it Seek for all I care.
    Fact is though without the momentum created by the Tea Party Brat may not even have been in the running.

    Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 4:51 pm

Only idiots think all Jews are a “them”- Jews are not a monolithic group. There are Jewish conservatives- plenty. Yes, beware when the candidate’s ethnicity/ religion is summarized too simplistically. Cantor is a RINO. In addition, the Tea Party isn’t a party or an organization….if someone is asking you for money check out who is asking and who they are connected to before you give. The words “Tea Party” are often used to refer to people who are fed up with big government, socialism, Democrat party, Islam’s infiltration in our country and government, Obama’s lies and MSM as well as Republican elites. It’s not one group or one thing and it sure isn’t dead.

Crazycatkid on June 11, 2014 at 3:40 pm

The only way we can possibly prevail and take back our country, is to not re-elect the power hungry pricks who constantly ignore OUR wishes. We had an Amnesty in 1986. It didn’t work. Now go the phuck back to ______________ from whence you came.

#1 Vato on June 11, 2014 at 4:27 pm

While Cantor lost, and yes his Sham-nasty gig possibly played a part, I think it has more to do with his Primary being an OPEN Primary period.
Anyone can vote in an open primary. 60:40 the TEA Party fellow loses this fall. Think think think…
No Benghazi follow-up/arrests/investigation of any real consequence. Gunrunning anyone? ALL the Congressional leaders (GOP/Dem) had to of been “read-in.” Why wouldn’t Feinstein “pushed” for a legit investigation?? McConnel (sp?)??
No IRS arrests/resignations etc. etc. Does anyone actually think the GOP/Dem “leaders” do not want any of the information gleened?
Jeb Bush? Puullease.
Hillary Clinton?? puuullease
Chubbsie Ubbsie in NJ?? Puuulease.
Boehner/Ryan/Rubio/Graham/McCain/McConnel/Paul jr./Issa/Cantor/Rogers….Gynocrats.

Sick_Boy on June 11, 2014 at 4:48 pm

a Question For DS or whomever can answer this?
Why would any Republican want to grant amnesty or invite more illegals into this country? They will never vote republican anyways.

sal on June 11, 2014 at 5:48 pm

    You know..Abraham Lincoln, MLK, Jr. & Cesar Chavez were all Republicans.

    #1 VATO on June 11, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    Sal, follow the money
    Chamber of Commerce thinks it would be swell and is backing it big time.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2014/05/chamber-of-commerce-2016-election-immigration-106577.html

    Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 7:01 pm

      I get it now. Still, Something stinks about the whole issue.
      When does immigration end? OK- they let in millions for low paying jobs. Then after a time a worker naturally moves up and on to better paying jobs. With this Logic,(low paid workers) immigration will never end. So it is about big business and money. It can’t be for votes. Heck in the last election all the Illegals voted for Obama anyways….

      sal on June 11, 2014 at 7:11 pm

        Why would it have to end as long as they’re cashing in?
        I don’t think they look that far ahead.
        You’re assuming they have some kind of residual concern for the country.

        Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 7:27 pm

        As long as the middle class pays for all their benefits it’s all good.

        Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 7:35 pm

        And if they don’t want to pay well now they have the executive power to make sure that doesn’t matter so much any more.

        See, it’s a genius plan really isn’t it?

        Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    See they don’t give a monkey’s ass about you and think eventually the market will open up for them politically speaking because many immigrants have some traditional values they can capitalize on.

    Frankz on June 11, 2014 at 7:07 pm

You asked: “Why would any Republican want to grant amnesty or invite more illegals into this country?”

I respond:
1. To make it appear as if they’re immigrant friendly.
2. A delusional belief that if they help the illegal now, he’ll vote Republican later. Nope.
3. Political suicide. Pure and simple.

DD234 on June 11, 2014 at 6:12 pm

Eric Cantor won’t be “unemployed” for long.

1. He’ll be given an appointed post in government.
2. He’ll become a “consultant”

Of the two options, he’s best off becoming a consultant. He’ll make a lot of money.

I for one, wish we’d turn out most incumbent congressmen. I’m sick of the Congressman-for-life syndrome that has stagnated our country and allowed mega-corporations to write our laws to their advantage.

Like him or not, there was no reason for Edward Kennedy remaining in office until he died. In his mind, he was the the “only one who could do the job”. That’s bad attitude!

We see this bad attitude all over Congress. There’s no reason we can’t elect new people who will work hard representing their constituents. The longer someone remains in Congress, the farther removed they become from their constituents.

Ed Cantor won’t be unemployed for long. In fact, he is likely to find happiness outside of Congress; especially if he takes a vacation from government altogether. There are many ways to serve this country. Serving in Congress is one of them, but staying too long in that job becomes counter-productive over time.

Immigration is one of many issues Congress is messing up. We are badly messing up energy policy which cascades into extremely bad foreign policy. Both parties are overly concerned with taking money from person A and giving it to person B while allowing our nation’s infrastructure to rot.

We need MORE incumbents to be defeated. Nobody should be serving in Congress past their 76th birthday.

Sadly, poll after poll shows Americans dissatisfied with Congress and satisfied with THEIR congressman. We can’t have it both ways. We need to be brave and let some new people have a chance to do the job whether Democrats or Republicans.

One last opinion I’d like to offer: There is NO “Tea Party”. It is a creation of the news media. There has always been a conservative wing of the GOP that asserts itself from time-to-time. Sometimes the GOP conservatives are successful and do some good. Sometimes, they mess up and get trounced at the polls. That’s just the way it is.

Let’s hope we get some “new blood” in Congress this next session. We need new Congressmen questioning why things are the way they are and correcting some of the broken portions of our government.

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on June 12, 2014 at 7:58 am

“With more than 14 million Hispanic residents, California has the nation’s largest Hispanic population. But only in California and New Mexico will Hispanics be the largest racial or ethnic population (in New Mexico, Hispanics make up 47% of the state’s population).

Texas may be next. According to Pew Research Center tabulations from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, in 2012 there were 10 million Latinos and 11.6 million non-Hispanic whites living in Texas, making up 38.2% and 44.4%, respectively, of the state’s 26.1 million residents. By contrast, in 2000, Latinos made up 31.9% and white non-Hispanics made up 52.4% of the state’s 20.8 million residents. These numbers indicate the Hispanic population is growing more quickly than the non-Hispanic white population—since 2000 Hispanics have made up 63.5% of the Lone Star state’s population growth.

After Texas, though, it’s unlikely any other state will follow any time soon. Florida’s 4.5 million Hispanics—the third largest Hispanic state population—make up just 23.2% of all Floridians, while white non-Hispanics make up 56.8%. In Arizona, Hispanics make up 30.2% of the state’s population, and non-Hispanic whites make up 56.9%. And in Nevada, the state’s 753,000 Hispanics make up 27.3% of the state’s population compared with white non-Hispanics’ 52.8%.”
In my opinion, the big business argument is secondary at best; yet it is billed as a primary excuse. It is a simple Judo move for the Marxo-Communist racists-yep, racists-within the global communist movement period. Think; which land/states were considered “Spanish” settlements since time in memoriam? Which of the aforementioned is experiencing “immigrant” [illegal alien] surge? In the chemical decontamination world, if a chemical cannot be neutralized- dilution is the solution. Eventually, the chemical will approach acceptable ppm dilution and subsequently reach OSHA/EPA standards.
A Third World Latino will NEVER vote for a U.S. form of constitutional republicanism period. Now, Pope Frances-a known supporter of the coup in Argentina, and his newspeak regarding the Gospels, is an immense hero to the Americanos de Sud.
How, exactly, did all the “poor children” make it allll the way through Mexico to arrive north of the Rio Grande?? In ’05/’06 we [U.S.A.] sent a billion bucks or so to “assist the Mexican government” to “secure” their southern border with Guatemala. Mexican “authorities” were/are NOTORIOUS for abuse of aliens in their country.
It’s called the “Reconquista” of “native” land. Besides, way down deep, in the recesses of the corrupted, it’s not about maintaining a constitutional republic, it is about pure democracy- Mob rule. It is revenge, “equality,” “justice” et al etc. It is actually occurring world wide…
North Africans in Norway and Denmark??
Somalis in Montreal and Toronto, Minneapolis, Seattle, Maine??
Chinese “immigrants” in Vancouver??
For the logical, it is absolute truth. For others who believe in color of skin vice character, I am the “racist.”
Turning the other cheek has NEVER meant to stand there and take it.

Sick_Boy on June 12, 2014 at 8:24 am

Interesting; Jewish Republicans are not exotic

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2014/06/12/jewish-republicans-are-not-exotic/

sal on June 12, 2014 at 10:06 am

one more thing we all need to read:

http://www.wnd.com/2014/06/congressmen-obama-using-cloward-piven-maneuver/

sal on June 12, 2014 at 11:53 am

I’m glad that Eric(Gonzo)Cantor lost. The reason that he was given the boot is because of his ridiculous views on amnesty for the illegal alien vermin that continue to plague our great nation. His arrogance and sense of entitlement for his seat were also contributing factors. It should be noted to RINO clowns like Rubio, Ryan and Paul that if you come down hard on the side of people who come in to this country ILLEGALLY you will be dispatched. We the people are way passed tired of how our contry is being by hardcore leftist nutcases like Obama, Reed and Pelosi. Along with RINO cowards like McConnell, Boehner, McCain and Graham. Hopefully Cantor being sent packing will make the “establishment” think twice but I doubt it.

Ken b on June 12, 2014 at 12:14 pm

I’m still very interested to hear the DS ‘take’ on the possible re-taking of Iraq by Sunnis, considering her past posts on the subject of the Iraq war? …Since this looks to weaken Iran’s influence, should we be cheering for a)ISIS to take over Iraq? b)Al Maliki’s forces to repel ISIS? c)Ongoing civil war where Sharia fascists wipe each other out?

waynesteapartyworld on June 13, 2014 at 10:01 am

Dear Debbie,

I am not an American but I did stay in America for many many years

I went to America for university education. Initially I planned to go back home once I graduated, but in my Junior (3rd) year in college an American company contacted me and told me that they wanted to hire me (I didn’t even graduate then) and told me that they could get me a green card if I would just sign the forms they handed to me

I was very young back then, only 19 year old, and I didn’t know better so I put my John Hancock on the forms

To make the story short, they got me the green card and in exchange I had to work for them for 5 years (of course they paid me the market price wage rate, unlike the current H1-B slave workers), which means, my initial plan of going back home had to be delayed

One thing after another, after the 5 years I worked for them I learned enough ropes in the industry to start my companies and my plan of going home was delayed further

At that time I could have applied for American citizenship but I didn’t because deep in my heart I still wanted to go home

My stay in America ended when I witnessed what America had turned into — the Operation Desert Storm was essentially something that disgusted me totally — not because America attacked another country, but America has turned into a country which supplies mercenaries (yes, the American Boys and Girls in the American military turned into mercenaries) while the Saudis and the Kuwaitis became the pay-masters

At that point in time I had 6 companies under my name, and I had over 400 people (all of them Americans) working for me.

I sold all the six companies, got rewarded with huge sums of money, gave 40% of the money to those working in the companies and I took my 60% with me and go back to my home country

Unlike those from the south of the border, I did not even once take advantage of any social security benefit, nor any other social welfare that were available to me

I grew up in a very strict Catholic family, I was taught to not be greedy, to not take what isn’t belonged to me, to not steal / cheat those who are poor, who are weak, who needs help

In my stay in the United States of America I went to the Ghetoos, the Barriaos.

To better understand the condition of those from the lowest level of the society, I volunteered in soup kitchens, in Salvation Army shelters, in halfway houses

To get a feel on the hidden societies I mixed with people from those rather unknown societies. I mixed with the Muslims, and discovered the vast interlinked network of Islamic communities all through America. I also mixed with the American Indians (or so-called “Native Americans”), went to their reservations, mixed in with their urban pow-wows, listen to the stories told by their elders

For my own experience, most of the Americans that I have met along the way were very friendly, but rather naive and ignorant. Most of them did not even know of the existences of he nation-wide network of the Muslims, and did not understand what Islam is and how dangerous Islam can be

The day I left America all I could do was to offer my most sincerest blessing to the United States of America because I know something very bad will eventually happen there because they had imported too many wrong type of people

Now I am living in a country where 99.9% of the population are Muslims. I do not like it here, but at least it is home

I liked America, but I know full well one day a very great tragedy would happen, much more worse than what happened to the WTC in NYC

It had been decades I have left America, but I kept myself up to date with the happenings in U. S. of A., and more and more I see how the liberals have sold out America and more and more I am afraid that the my prediction that America will be hit with a major catastrophy would come true

All I can do is pray – that is all I can do, for the Americans, most of them, do not even know what has been going on in their own society

Potato on June 15, 2014 at 1:27 am

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