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Monday, February 20, 2017

Lucky Europe To Be Enriched By Another Blotch Of Diversity

What you are looking at is cultural enrichment. Average families  fleeing the storm, seeking their first welfare check and a better life. Seeing it makes you want to embrace these poor women, children and elderly migrants looking for a better neighborhood, yours.

If the mean and nasty Poles and Hungarians resist, Canada can easily afford to take them. Ten, fifteen or twenty million, whatever,  to fill the empty Canadian spaces and enrich the culture.

Surely, they  should also  have a 9th Circuit Right to cross the Canadian/US border and  apply for American visas to enrich  us, make us more diverse and reinvigorate the culture.

What decent Christian and European  society would be so insensitive as not to give these fine young men of fighting age shelter and free stuff?

If your local community does not get in on this humane diverse cultural experience early, be patient. Surely there are a billion or two more not too far behind them.






THE FUTURE - GUARANTEED - TAKING IT BACK:

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  1. A million here , a million there, no problem. We are all human beings, all six, to soon be, seven billion of us.

    I am sure that when five or ten percent of them enrich us, they, all seven hundred million of them, will treat your descendants far more humanely than your nasty and bigoted fathers did to them.

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    1. Some bitter cynics would call this an invasion. Not us.

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    2. Europe did this to themselves...

      Maybe they shouldn't have genocided 6 million Jews....

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  2. And it is a blotch, a blotch on our sanity and survival.

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  3. Hmmmm....some of those folks look like the kind of folks that might say:

    FIRST WE SHOW THE POLES THEN EVERYBODY ELSE

    I don't think I want anything to do with them.

    I start to think of India, for instance, and its 80,000,000 million dead fighting these savages in one 250 year period alone.

    And that was back in the days before firearms.

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    'Be afraid. Be very afraid.'

    How many times have we heard those words throughout our country's history?

    Germans. Irish. Catholics. Chinese. Poles. Eastern Europeans. Jews. Arabs and Persians. Spanish. Muslims.

    There is always an excuse. They take our jobs. They are not white enough. They dilute our culture. They are terrorists. They are the other.

    The US has a long history of this bigotry. It's unlikely to change.

    Blaming the other for what we have done to ourselves. In the EU, because of more than a century of war and a march to the PC totalitarianism of the left interrupted ever so often by periodic reversals to the totalitarianism of the right and culminating in the unworkable concept of open borders and an insane immigration problem. In the US, by the various 'revolutions' of the sixties and seventies which are the real factor in our changing culture combined with a slow decline in prospects and expectations among a large part of the population who see the post war prosperity here disappearing for the many as we get further away from a period of likely never to be repeated circumstances and events, technological and productivity advances that will be difficult if not impossible to duplicate, and social changes that have changed our culture in significant and irreversible ways. Add to that the government's normal reaction to a crisis, to consolidate power and restrict individual rights as a means of achieving any bureaucracies raison d'etre, to grow and gain control and power over the only thing that can slow their growth, the people.

    But do we fight it, no the sheeple embrace it...

    "Do what you have to do. Give up a few rights? No problem. Just keep us safe."

    "Those 800 people murdered in Chicago last year? Not now. Tell us again about the $ Billions you are spending each year to protect us against the Boston Bombers and other lone wolves."

    Do away with the judicial system? No problem. Sounds like a great idea.

    Things are moving a little too slow in Congress? Heck, just change the constitution.

    If people complain? Find a scapegoat. Blame it on the media. What was the term? Oh, yea, trust bust them.

    We have met the enemy, and he is us.

    How true.

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      ...and insane immigration policies...


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    2. The majority, overwhelming majority of killings in Chicago last year were gang related.

      Maybe there is a policy correction that is needed with dealing with inner city violence?

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    3. No need to toss the Constitution. Maybe an common sense look at illegal gun possessions?

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    4. Try not to claw at your face and pull your hair out.

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      You are the boys frothing at the mouth, Mome.

      Look at the posts leading up to mine.

      Rather than a color coded warning system as a Pavlov trigger to keep you guys on edge, Trump uses tweets and pep rallies. Same principle different tool.

      It was not me suggesting we get rid of the judges.

      It was not me suggesting making changes to the Constitution.

      It was not me suggesting we 'trust bust' the press whatever that means.

      I think you are looking into that carnival mirror again.

      Your view seems a little distorted.

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    6. If you do not see a common problem in Belgium, France, Germany, Sweden, France, England, Sicily, Greece and Holland, clean your glasses Dr. Pangloss.

      Explain to us after you allow the first ten million to break and enter sovereign countries, on what basis are you going to deny the next ten million and the hundreds of millions after that.

      And yes, you will have to recognize it has to be stopped, but at that time, it may be too late.

      Who is going to pay for the social welfare costs?

      Who will educate their children?

      You cite Germans. Irish. Catholics. Chinese. Poles. Eastern Europeans. Jews as if they came here as gang bangers. Their names are listed on government ledgers at Ellis Island. They were processed legally.

      They dug mines, built factories, forged steel, developed farms, brought skills, and didn’t ask anyone else to pay for their obligations. They formed banks, schools, businesses and served in the military by the millions.

      They were families, learned the language, including going as far as anglicization of names. they obeyed the laws.

      Disagree with us but do try and notch it up over smug supercilious condescension.

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      If you do not see a common problem in Belgium, France, Germany, Sweden, France, England, Sicily, Greece and Holland, clean your glasses Dr. Pangloss.

      I don't deny there is a problem in Europe. If you actually read what I've said you would know that. What I have been arguing against are the attempts to equate the European situation to that of the US against all evidence to the contrary.

      Explain to us after you allow the first ten million to break and enter sovereign countries, on what basis are you going to deny the next ten million and the hundreds of millions after that.

      That's Europe's problem not the US'. IMO, their open borders policies make it impossible to track the flood of immigrants that didn't just happen but was welcomed. You want to stop it. Simple change the policies

      Now, if Trump wants to tighten up the vetting process good on him. However, when he says we are unable to vet these people, he is blowing it out his ass. We have been doing it for years.

      You cite Germans. Irish. Catholics. Chinese. Poles. Eastern Europeans. Jews as if they came here as gang bangers.

      Bullshit. That's the exact opposite of how I cite them. I cite them as examples of groups of people who were coming to this country to start a new life and escape wars and persecution in the countries of their birth only met bigoted rejection by a large population of nativists in this country.

      And who the fuck is saying I am arguing for illegal immigrants. Please let me know where I have mistakenly said that. I'm talking about legal immigration whether you want to talk about it in those terms or not.

      They dug mines, built factories, forged steel, developed farms, brought skills, and didn’t ask anyone else to pay for their obligations. They formed banks, schools, businesses and served in the military by the millions.

      Yeh, try visiting Dearborn, MI instead of reading about it in jihadwatch, pamgeller.com, Infowars, and Breithbart.


      They were families, learned the language, including going as far as anglicization of names they obeyed the laws.

      I repeat, try visiting Dearborn, MI instead of reading about it in jihadwatch, pamgeller.com, Infowars, and Breithbart


      Smug supercilious condescension?

      It's what I do.

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    8. Pangloss. Good description

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    9. Haven't seen that name since college.

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  5. Like I said, try not to claw your face and pull your hair out, old man. Pace yourself, it's going to be a long 8 years.

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      I doubt that. He'll be lucky to make it through 4.

      It's one thing to be criticized but when you begin to be mocked as he was over the last few days in Sweden you know you are in trouble.

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    2. 8 Years? I do find it remarkable that Trump has already started campaigning and some, like you, are reveling in it.

      POTUS prema-campaign - all politics all they time, red vs blue, a no holds barred epic battle, entertainment for the masses, the sheeple rejoice!

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      I've said it here before, the man is too old to be playing the game he is playing, 70+ years old, overweight, little exercise except the occasional round of golf, reportedly gets very little sleep, spends his time channeling Alex Jones and watching TV to see who is talking about him now, thin skinned, likely stressed, etc. Etc.

      Not exactly a healthy lifestyles.

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      ...I do find it remarkable that Trump has already started campaigning...

      Nothing surprises me. Campaigning is what got him here. If gives him a chance to throw out his next conspiracy theory. Rather than question anything he says the Trumpettes applaud it, in fact they eat it up. Well, with the exception of a few who still have the capacity to be embarrassed and who try to excuse it, rationalize it, explain what he 'really meant', or blame it on the press (or anyone else that's close).

      The campaigning replaces having to do anything because when the results of what he actually 'does' becomes clear to a certain percentage of his base, when they see that what he has promised turns out to be all bubblegum and bullshit, that they have once again been suckered in by another populist carny barker, when they end up in the same hopeless situation they were in before electing him or worse, there will be a lot fewer Trumpettes.

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      “I love the poorly educated!” — Donald Trump


      We know you do, sir.

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    6. See, he loves you and Ash too !

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  6. Ole, Ash, sitting up there on his potato sack, ready to pounce. Touche!! That was painful.

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      Don't be so sensitive, Mome. Next, you'll be clawing your face and pulling your hair out, old man.


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    2. I assume you two boys are at a "not my President's Day" march and bash??

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      Naw. I have to get a hair cut today.


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    4. I'm off to the Aquarium with my family today. It's 'Family day' here in Ontario dontcha know?

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    5. Enjoy. I get to be in Houston today (for my sins).

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    6. Y'all be careful out there- might be a terrorist lurking!

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    7. Make sure the boys at Ye Olde Mafia Barber Shoppe get any remaining tomato parts out of you hair, Quirk.

      Really have them wash it good.

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    8. Take a dip in the shark tank, Ash.

      :0)

      Heh heh heh

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  7. They need to be careful in Houston. It's an armed society 😀

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  8. Some lefty politician makes a comment and Quirk draws a cartoon picture of Swedes protesting in the streets all over Sweden.

    What a gas bag Quirk can be !

    Ya gotta luv the guy !

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    1. It's well known that the Swedish government and police are covering up the stats on immigrant crime in Sweden.

      They've gotten themselves in a very bad place, the idiots.

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    2. Try and think of Quirk this way, Doug.....Quirk is totally harmless, a babe in the woods.....well intended....at least try to work up a little sympathy for the poor lost soul....hard to do, I realize....but he does have a great sense of humor....

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      It's well known that the Swedish government and police are covering up the stats on immigrant crime in Sweden.


      Right. Pam Geller told him so.

      You yokels are priceless.

      :o)


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  9. February 20, 2017
    Popularizing the meme of Trump-as-fascist
    By Thomas Lifson

    There is an all-out campaign to plant the words "fascist" and "Trump" together in the public mind. Josef Goebbels and the advertising industry both know that if people hear or read a pair words together often enough, the brain starts associating them automatically. This is the theory behind The Big Lie and is also the theory behind advertising that puts the concepts of "Coke" and "refreshing" together so often.

    Thus, we have David Brooks, of the New York Times and PBS, expounding on taxpayer-subsidized airways and invoking the f-word for our president. The entire 12-minute segment is embedded below for those who enjoy being condescended to, but the nut of his rant was excerpted by our friends at Breitbart:

    [T]he attack on the press, highlighted by the tweets today saying, that my newspaper, NBC, all these organizations are enemies of the people. Well, if you want to draw rhetoric straight out of the fascist playbook, we're enemies of the vote, the people, that is like – that has so many historical echoes.

    If Brooks wants to ring up echoes, he ought to consider the blue bubble echo chamber, where nobody for a moment considers Trump an acceptable president, and that goes for his followers, too. Within the assumptions already accepted as gospel, almost everything Trump could do would have fascist echoes. That's because the word "fascist" is constantly echoing in their minds. They think Trump obviously is fascist. To think otherwise would imply that they wrongly dismissed a legitimate political movement and missed a historic inflection point.

    So if President Trump were to announce new interstate highways as part of his infrastructure program, how long would it take for Hitler's autobahns to be brought up?

    Here is the video:....

    VIDEO




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    1. http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/02/popularizing_the_meme_of_trumpasfascist.html

      Josef Goebbels and the advertising industry

      Heh, good line. Reminds me of something but can't place it.

      :0)

      Jeez, that old fart Mark Shields is still breathing !

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    2. Trump is like a cold iced Coke on a hot summer's day - refreshing !

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  10. Quirk will claim they're all gonna be like this, no matter where they come from, nor how many Federal Checks they cash.


    The People Behind the Trump Cafe in Bellville Aren’t Who You Think They Are

    Eddie and Sue Hawa are immigrants, Muslims—and staunch Trump supporters.

    https://www.houstoniamag.com/articles/2016/11/4/trump-cafe-bellville-texas-interview-behind-the-scenes

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    1. Since they're Trump supporters, will Quirk have to call them xenophobes?

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      They sound like good people though I would have hoped they were a little more intellectually acute in their political choices.

      I will give them a little slack on that front since they come from Israel and they likely have lived under Bibi for a while so it may just be a matter of them feeling comfortable with the familiar.

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    3. I read your last sentence as a compliment to Israel and Bibi, Quirk.

      Like as....having lived in Israel under Bibi, some of the trappings of civilization have actually rubbed off on them.....

      This may be a major misreading on my part though.

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      Don't worry about it, it wouldn't be the first time, old timer.


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    5. There is one major difference between moslems and all other immigrant groups coming to the USA.

      The moslems subscribe to a religio/philosophic outlook that commands them to conquer everyone else, in one way or other, and impose their ways on the rest of us.

      This is what you perpetually refuse to admit, Quirk.

      And what the rest of us find abhorrent.

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      You haven't got a fucking clue as to what "The Muslims" believe in or adhere to.

      You might as well say Catholic women don't use birth control because the Pope tells them not to.

      Nitwit.

      Go get your daily fix of venom over at jihadwatch. It's been a while. Have you started to shake yet? Try checking out Pam Geller. You can't go too long before the shakes start.

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  11. The Poles etc came before the rise of the behemoth welfare state.

    Open borders plus the welfare state brings disaster.

    Add Muslims, equals bloody disaster.

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    1. Open borders + welfare state + Moslems = bloody disaster

      Yep, that's the correct formula.

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      No. 17

      In Doug's Big Book of Excuses


      Have you cashed this month's social security check yet, Doug?

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    3. Doug was born here, isn't a Moslem and worked all his life, served in the Army, doesn't advocate mayhem....

      He deserves whatever he might be getting back, if he is getting anything back, which he should be.

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    4. No, I refuse to let the Feds return a fraction of the money that we paid them.

      Idiot

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      Then quit whining. It's estimated that 45% to 50% of Americans receive some type of government assistance with white guys like you and me getting most of it. You seem to be implying that the immigrant population, 13% of the US population, pays no taxes which is bullshit.

      You can make the case for illegal immigrants who get back more in services than they pay in taxes but even they pay taxes. But then, you didn't say illegal aliens, you said Muslims.

      Clear enough.

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    6. You can make the case for illegal immigrants who get back more in services than they pay in taxes

      That's clear enough.

      Would that we were all so fortunate.

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      If you want to whine about the illegals, go for it.

      But don't pull a Trump (or a Doug or a Deuce) and somehow suffer under the impression I have ever excused or agued for illegal immigrants. I know that's a favorite tactic of you guys but it's bullshit.

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      To nativist *****s legal, illegal, its all the same.


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  12. CBS: Breaking: Trump names H.R. McMaster new national security advisor

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    1. It's back to Fox for John Bolton.

      Couldn't break the moustache barrier.

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    2. Neither Drudge nor Fox has confirmed this yet....

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  13. So if I withdraw money from my bank account, I am getting "bank assistance?"

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    1. Absolutely.

      You didn't earn it.

      Society earned it for you, you grifter, chiseler, defrauder, gouger, scammer, swindler, and flim-flam man !

      Get THAT through your noggin for once....

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      So if I withdraw money from my bank account, I am getting "bank assistance?"


      I believe the word was idiot. When you have time, I'll explain to you how the social security system works.

      Any money you get from the SSA is not paying back 'your' money. It's a gift from your government, son. They may have a political obligation to pay you but they sure as hell have no legal obligation. The money you paid has entered the rabbit hole and disappeared years ago and now exist in a worthless internal chit buried somewhere in the desk drawer of some bureaucrat in D.C. Any physical manifestation of its existence is likely in a cluster bomb being dropped in Yemen or in the fuel Trump wastes flying Air Force One down to Mar a Lago.

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    3. Exactly.

      Pretzel logic encased in a rant.

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      Are you saying you actually believe the government has a legal obligation to pay you SS?

      Do you think there is some 'lockbox' somewhere with Doug's money in?

      The Supreme Court disabused us of that fanciful belief decades ago.

      The money you paid in went into the general account and disappeared thanks to LBJ. The money you collect each month comes out of the general fund like any other welfare program such as food stamps.

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    5. Gee, none of us knew that.

      "Proving" your "point," apparently,

      In your mind.

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  14. This McMaster fellow doesn't have a hair on his heady head head.

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  15. Wow: Trump names Gen. H.R. McMaster new national security advisor

    POSTED AT 4:01 PM ON FEBRUARY 20, 2017 BY ALLAHPUNDIT

    Hats off to him on a strong and surprising pick. Every time you worry that he’s going to throw another Flynn at you, he turns around and gives you a Mattis or Gorsuch. McMaster’s in that class.

    President Trump picked Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, a widely respected military strategist, as his new national security adviser on Monday, calling him “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.”…

    General McMaster is seen as one of the Army’s leading intellectuals, first making a name for himself with a searing critique of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for their performance during the Vietnam War and later criticizing the way President George W. Bush’s administration went to war in Iraq.

    As a commander, he was credited with demonstrating how a different counterterrorism strategy could defeat insurgents in Iraq, providing the basis for the change in approach that Gen. David H. Petraeus adopted to shift momentum in a war that the United States was on the verge of losing.

    McMaster’s known to the public primarily for two things. One, as noted by the Times, was the success of his counterinsurgency strategy in Tal Afar in Iraq at a moment when most of the rest of the military was flailing. McMaster’s insight at the time was that shows of might wouldn’t pacify the Iraqi population; respecting the local culture and establishing permanent bases in cities to reassure residents that Americans would be there around the clock to protect them were key....

    ....Which brings us to the second thing he’s known for, and what makes his appointment by Trump even more of a surprise. Petraeus favored scholars among his top advisors and McMaster was no exception, having earned a Ph.D in history with a dissertation about the management of the Vietnam War. That dissertation became the book “Dereliction of Duty,” noteworthy for the extent to which McMaster, a military officer, laid the blame for failure in Vietnam at the feet of the military leadership at the time, not the Washington bureaucrats who supposedly wouldn’t let the armed forces fight the war they needed to in order to win....

    ....Put that together with McMaster’s Tal Afar strategy and what you have is an officer who’s the opposite of a “yes man.” He’s a “no man,” someone who seems to enjoy questioning the bureaucracy’s conventional wisdom and who’s done well for himself and his country in doing so. This is … not the sort of character you’d expect Trump to install in a position of major influence, especially with reports floating around about Team Trump insisting on micromanaging the NSA’s staffing decisions and Steve Bannon setting up a “shadow National Security Council” in the West Wing. McMaster’s the sort of officer you install if you want an advisor who’ll challenge the people around him. I thought Trump was interviewing him for the position largely as PR, because his staff recognized that having McMaster’s name on the short list would make Trump look smart and serious, and that the position would go to John Bolton or Keith Kellogg. Instead, here we are. Full credit to the president on a good choice and a major upgrade over Flynn....

    .... As for Bolton, Trump claimed that he’s “going to be working with us in a somewhat different capacity.” Maybe … in this role? Weeding out leakers from the Obama administration is a job I can imagine Bolton enjoying thoroughly....

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/02/20/wow-trump-names-gen-h-r-mcmaster-new-national-security-advisor/

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  16. Man gives ex a D minus:

    http://bakersfieldnow.com/news/offbeat/man-grades-exs-apology-letter-posts-on-twitter

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    1. Good question.

      I'd also ask everyone:

      How do we know Quirk is an Earthling, and not from Earth Proxima, where up is down. left is right, and odd is always even ?

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  18. Trumpism is taking the world....Poland is next....Quirk cringes....


    NEWS FEB 18 2017, 12:44 PM ET
    Trump Party: Italian Politician Borrows President’s Name
    by CLAUDIO LAVANGA

    ROME — Donald Trump may be working to make America great again, but Gianni Musetti is hoping the president will help do the same for Italy.

    The right-wing mayoral hopeful has gone so far as to launch the "Trump Party" in ancient Tuscan town of Carrara.

    Image: Donald Trump and WWE Divas in 2009
    Donald Trump and WWE Divas at a press conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on June 22, 2009. Mark A. Wallenfang / Getty Images, file

    "I have known who Trump is for a long time because I am a big fan of wrestling," said Musetti, referring to Trump's links to the WWE. "Then, when I watched his rise to power, I saw in him the leader that we in Italy haven't had for years."

    The 31-year-old said "Trump" was an obvious name for his new party because he sees the president as the heir to Italy's last strong conservative leader — Silvio Berlusconi, the billionaire who was elected prime minister four times before being ousted in 2011.

    "They are very similar," said Musetti, who is also the leader of the right-wing "Gioventu' italiana" youth movement.

    "They are both successful businessmen who gave up a comfortable life to get into politics at the service of the people," he added. "And they are both attacked by the media and the judiciary, who don't like their politically incorrect way of doing things."....

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/trump-party-italian-politician-borrows-president-s-name-n721631

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      "I have known who Trump is for a long time because I am a big fan of wrestling," said Musetti, referring to Trump's links to the WWE. "Then, when I watched his rise to power, I saw in him the leader that we in Italy haven't had for years...

      ...heck, not since the war years."



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  19. Quirk

    How do you know Doug is white? Or a guy for that matter?

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  20. Texans said the most important problems facing the country today, in order, are political corruption/leadership, immigration, national security/terrorism, health care, the economy and moral decline. No other response attracted more than 6 percent of the respondents.

    On the state side of things, only three problems topped that threshold: border security, immigration and political corruption/leadership.
    Education ranked 11th on their list of national concerns, fourth on the state list.

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