“The salient fact of American politics is that there are fifty to seventy million voters each of who will volunteer to live, with his family, in a cardboard box under an overpass, and cook sparrows on an old curtain rod, if someone would only guarantee that the
black, gay, Hispanic, liberal, whatever, in the next box over doesn’t even have a curtain rod, or a sparrow to put on it Ni-CLANG in the White House gets put in his place.”
OK then. Civil War II it is.
In the immigration wars, there is none braver than Brave Sir #RANPaul:
The sad part is, he STILL looked better than his lunch mate, Rep. Steve King (R-Pakled), who marvels at the English of a DREAMER who’s been in the country FOR MOST OF HER LIFE.
Actually, this happened yesterday:
Arizona state congressman (and national congressional candidate) Adam Kwasman intercepted a bus full of migrant children in Phoenix Tuesday, tweeting, “Bus coming in. This is not compassion. This is the abrogation of the rule of law.”
Or so he thought. Kwasman was caught short when Arizona Central reporter Brahm Resnik informed him the bus he lamented was actually full of YMCA campers, who another reporter said were “laughing and taking pictures of the media.”
“I was actually able to see some of the children in the buses. The fear on their faces…. This is not compassion,” Kwasman was telling the reporter when Resnik broke the news to him.
“You know that was a bus with YMCA kids?” Resnik asked.
“Well, they were sad too,” Kwasman said. A moment later, he conceded, “That was a mistake,” and deleted the tweet.
His opponent should run this clip from now till Election Day:
OK, so it’s with golf clubs – you get the idea.
As for how absurd the decision was, I’ll outsource this one to John Oliver:
Got to love that GOTea outreach!
From TPM, would-be US senator Thom Tillis, waxing philosophic (and sophomoric) on North Carolina’s “traditional” population:
His campaign was quick to clarify:
“”Traditional” North Carolinians refers to North Carolinians who have been here for a few generations,” Tillis campaign Communications Director Daniel Keylin told TPM. “A lot of the state’s recent population growth is from people who move from other states to live, work, and settle down in North Carolina. Thom Tillis for example.”
He’s giving you fair warning, folks…