by The Daily Republic
June 13, 2013 at 2:34 pm in The Daily Republic
68 percent of respondents said they strongly or somewhat support bipartisan immigration reform legislation being debated in Washington.
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Pat Buchanan is RIGHT! We must stop this “darkening” of our America! Both USA Today and the Wall Street Journal are shouting the alarm with these headlines: “White numbers shrink” and “More Whites Dying Than Being Born”! I also found out from Pat Buchanan that last year the child was born that in 18 years will tip the scale to majority voters of color! Then white folks will come to understand the true meaning of living in a minority world! Then our America as we now know it will NOT exist. America will be made up of a mixture of languages that even basic communication will be difficult! And our America will have so many blacks, browns and yellows that I don’t know how a white person is going to make it in their America! We are no longer going to be the once Great U.S.A. We must immediately stop all these welfare benefits if we are going to save our America. Just like Mr. Buchanan said, “When you keep feeding stray animals they reproduce a lot more and become totally dependent and bring their friends.” If you stop feeding the animals that will take care of the issue! We TeaPublicans will take back our America in 2014 and 2016. And we will take back the “darkening” of our America too! Palin/Bachmann 2016! It’s going to happen!
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I don’t think anyone on this blog takes you as seriously as you appear to take yourself. Your views are extreme and, honestly the most hateful I’ve seen and believe me, I have been called some pretty hateful things on this blog for my views, but yours cross the line.
Equating God’s creations as “stray animals” is horrible. If Mr buchanan actually said such as thing, this man should never consider himself a Christian. Now, I am not saying God doesn’t love him because I believe God does nor am I saying God will send him to eternal damnation. What I am pointing out is that a true follow of the Jesus way would not place one race as superior over another. There is no Jesus example of this and if we really want to be honest JESUS WAS NOT WHITE! He was a Hebrew and most likely resembled what we see as a Middle Easter nomadic sheep herder. Dirty feet and all.
Moreover, this is not “our America.” That is a manifest destiny framework and manifest destiny is a superior illusion. While America should be held accountable for many things, it is not allowing immigrants to come here. Rather it is the exploitation that our policies have done to other countries, it is being one of the wealthiest countries with one of the widest incomes gaps, it is not taking care of children, the disabled, the hungry, the sick, the widows, (does this sound familiar?)…It is the continued racial prejudice of mass incarceration that is now targeting also the poor. It is making a commodity out of those with illness, those of racial differences, those who are poor, etc as human service agencies become for profit institutions which takes the human out of the equation and makes the mighty dollar the most important. It is our justice system that is unequal when charging two people with the same crime and based on “community reputation or personal wealth” one person goes to prison for 5 years and the other person gets two years probation.
These are the things that the bible speaks of when we read the stories of Jesus: the man who spoke against the great inequalities and injustices of his world.
To be honest, I hope America does change. I hope the white extremism and the republican right is snuffed right out as more and more beautiful ethnicities come here. I do not think we are or should be a “melting pot” for I see beauty in the challenges of our differences and our learning one another’s cultures while celebrating our own. You see that is diversity at its finest! When all come to the table and share their foods each from their own culture. We don’t blend, we don’t overpower, we offer with generosity and see the wonder of each. Becoming homogenous isn’t the goal for seeing the unity in the midst of our differences and being in love with it all is.
I hope teapublican that whomever you truly are you will sit with yourself in silence and let your deepest heart speak to you. You will see brokenness and you will see beauty if you sit long enough. The brokenness may you work to transform, the beauty may you build up.
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Of course Mr. Buchanan said those statements! And I believe what he says. After all, Mr. Buchanan has a higher favorability rating then that guy Obama! You know Kristi, if you ever decide to travel outside of south Dakota, you would soon see that these feelings are shared by a majority of Americans! Our Tea Party, and you should know that ur House Rep. Kristi Noem has been a spokesperson for, has the majority of it’s members believing in this. And so do a lot of people in south Dakota. Fred said at coffee that we Americans used to burn white crosses in those people’s yards to get them to leave and he is wondering if it’s going to come to that again? Who knows? I hope not. People just have to realize that Japan is for the Japanese, China for the Chinese, Korea for the Koreans, Africa for the Africans and so on. So why do we Americans take any third world vermin that wants to come here? We TeaPublicans think the door to immigration should have been slammed shut right after our grandparents got off the boat! We true American Patriots aren’t happy at all with the “browning of our America”….and we r going to do everything we can to stop it. I suggest you start following the immigration debate going on in Washington. You will soon realize that we TeaPublicans are NOT going to support any immigration reform. Unless that reform is to round up those 11 million illegals in the U.S. and ship them out of here….and slam the door shut! Shut off CNN and turn on fair and balanced FoxNews and you get the truth….the truth!
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Enough already. Keep your white hooded rants to the confines of the 10,000 notebooks you keep in the small windowless room with the scribbling on the walls you spend all day in.
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I wonder what TeaPublican puts in his/her tea….
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This country was built by less developed country “vermin” as you call them. That would include your family also.
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You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth. Why is it so hard for you people in Mitchell to understand that we Republicans don’t want those minority people to vote? Republican Rep. Kenny Marchant (Texas) told the AP that he doesn’t support immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship because it might get him voted out of office! “If you give the legal right to vote to 10 Hispanics in my district, seven to eight of them are going to vote Democrat” Said Rep. Marchant. And in a speech made to a gathering of Texas Republicans last month, tea party activist Ken Emanuelson claimed that Republicans do not want black people to vote unless they do so for Republican candidates. “I’m going to be real honest with you, the Republican Party doesn’t want black people to vote if they’re going to vote 9-to-1 for Democrats,” Emanuelson said according to the Houston Chronicle. Let’s just talk the truth here folks. White Southern males and religious fundamentalism, along with our NRA, IS the base our modern Republican Party! Since Reagan we TeaPublicans won elections by demonizing everyone but our base. As most of you already know, we Republicans are NOT racists, we just don’t really like blacks, Latinos, women, gays and all non-Christians simply because the majority of them ALWAYS VOTE FOR THOSE DEMOCTATS! Yes, our Republican Party IS different now then back in Regan’s and Dole’s days….and Thank GOD it is! Palin/Bachman 2016! It’s going to happen!
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Most racism is based in ignorance. Yours is based on politics….that makes you and people that think like you dangerous.
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Gosh….I hope so.
It will make American politics *fun* again. Of course, there will be ridicule and mockery from the rest of the world to deal with, but hey….that’s a small price to pay for front-row seats to the Palin/Bachmann show.
I think some campaign slogan proposals are in order.
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“America needs answers and doesn’t have time for facts” -Palin/Bachman ’16
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Okay you “dislikers”, what is there to dislike about that? Surely you cannot believe that a Palin/Bachmann ticket would positively address ANY of the real issues facing this country…or do you?
I like Don Corleone’s campaign slogan suggestion, and here’s one of my own…giving a nod to the often-used “empty suit” term as it’s applies to someone who’s obviously in over their head:
“Empty (pant)suits: Buy one/get one free!
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Mr. Tea: You state, “You know Kristi, if you ever decide to travel outside of south Dakota…” Might I let you know that I am not a South Dakota native. As a child of nomadic hippies, I have lived in multiple places with the majority of my life in Southern California, a place of many ethnicities including Asians, Hispanics, and Indians for many many years. I find all ethnicities wonderful and value the personal transformation that can happen when I learn different cultures and was of being human.
Moreover I did not vote for Ms. Noem as I find her, while she might be nice personally, a rather inept person to be in government. I personally like my government representatives to be above average intelligence.
You’re way off, Mr. Tea and the more you write the less credibility you hold. But you are rather amusing!
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