This sums it up pretty well:
Watching Nazis speak Haddish is da bomb.
Run me dat! Run me dat right dere!
Sean Spicer is an idiot, but you knew that:
Time for a history lesson:
Gas is a chemical weapon, Sean. (Fucking moron!)
This is a bad idea (from Jezebel):
The Department of Homeland Security is considering a measure that would separate women and children crossing illegally into the United States from Mexico, according to three government officials who spoke to Reuters.
The change in policy would allow the government to keep parents in detention while awaiting asylum hearings, while their children would be put into protective custody with the Department of Health and Human Services (a form of detention the department refers to as the “least restrictive setting,” whatever that means). Prolonged detention of children is currently forbidden by a federal appeals court ruling, and families are generally released from detention as they await the results of the asylum process.
Where have I heard this before?
I’m asking again, 50 years from now, do DHS and ICE agents want their grandchildren and great-grandchildren to vilify them as if they were the German soldier in this clip.
I know Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has a difficult job, and for the most part is made up of good people, but at some point, someone in the agency will have to think seriously about how he or she as an individual wants to be remembered.
Muhammad Ali Jr. had just returned to Florida from Jamaica, where he had accompanied his mother, Khalilah Camacho-Ali, who was there giving a speech about black history. After arriving at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport, Ali Jr. — son of one of the greatest boxers of all time — was detained and asked at least twice about his religion, according to family friend and attorney Chris Mancini. Ali — born in Philadelphia in 1972 — and his mother are both Muslim.
“To the Ali family, it’s crystal clear that this is directly linked to [President] Trump’s efforts to ban Muslims from the United States,” Mancini told the Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.) on Friday about the alleged incident, which occurred on Feb. 7.
About 75 years ago, this was tyranny:
Eighty years from now, when photos like the one below are viewed …
… do ICE agents want their grandchildren and great-grandchildren to vilified them as if they were the German soldiers in the World War II photo?
Your weekly dose of evil from Lugenduck’s America:
Passengers of a domestic Delta flight from San Francisco to New York were told to show their identity documents to uniformed agents of the Customs and Border Protection agency upon their arrival at John F. Kennedy airport on Wednesday evening.
CBP officers are border agents, whose statutory authority is generally limited to international arrivals.
CBP agents inspected passenger identifications on the jetbridge by the door of the aircraft. A CBP spokesman insisted toRolling Stone that this action is “nothing new” and that there is “no new policy.” But the unusual – and legally questionable – search of domestic travelers comes days after the Department of Homeland Security outlined its plans to implement President Trump’s sweeping executive order targeting millions of “removable aliens” for deportation.
Border patrol agents are supposed to patrol the border. San Francisco to New York is within the U.S. border. They have no business doing this. This is an outrage.
But stupid pump truppets are wallowing in the pigshit filled sty they’ve created with smiles on their faces and getting off on how great Amurrka is now.
The Trump administration considered a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.
Staffers in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said they had been told by colleagues in two DHS departments that the proposal was still being considered as recently as Feb. 10. A DHS official described the document as a very early draft that was not seriously considered and never brought to Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly for approval.
The 11-page document calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana. The document can be accessed at http://apne.ws/2l1Dj0k
So let’s be clear on this. The Lügenduck wants to use the military to run rampant across America to round up people and ship them in mass to another location, even it it will tear up families and possibly lead to suffering and death.
What kind of monsters would do something like that?
Let’s not go there. Americans aren’t Nazis. We’d never do anything like that, would we?
But that’s just an aberration, right?
We must have known then that it’s wrong to ship people from their homes to a place they have no connection to?
Pump truppets swear they believe in God and have Christian values. They are loathsome and evil liars, and there’s a circle of hell reserved for them.
History shows that we as a country are not better than that. But we can and must resist to end this legacy of evil and oppression.
Any similarities to present-day persons, living or brain dead, is purely coincidental.
Yes, yes, yes! I cannot agree with this more!
I lived in Europe for seven years, and the first thing I noticed when I got back to America — besides the outrageous enormity of American vehicles — was that slow people wouldn’t get out of the damn passing lane. It is absolutely inexcusable.
And, NO!!! Just because the speed limit is 55 doesn’t mean you can drive in the left lane and delay the rest of the world because you’re driving 55, and you’re legal and screw the 100 cars behind you filled with people who ACTUALLY HAVE PLACES TO GO!!!
Yes. I speed. And when I’m caught, I just take the ticket because I know I speed. And if I wasn’t speeding, I’ll take the ticket anyway, because I know I was speeding somewhere along the way.
But those of you who block traffic by driving the limit aren’t cops and aren’t doing the world a favor. You’re disasters waiting to happen. That’s the reason there are so many people in graves with headstones marked, “I was driving the limit.”
That reference to the Autobahn in Germany: absolutely true. I’ve taken the Autobahn on many trips between Belgium and Germany, and when I hit the German border, I absolutely gunned it. Great roads, perfect driving conditions.
I remember numerous times going 110 miles per hour (Yes, mph, not kph, even though the speedometers in Europe are in kilometers), or more in my little Volkswagen Polo, and I had to move out of the fast lane, BECAUSE SOMEONE BEHIND ME IN A MERCEDES WAS DOING 130!!! And it was perfectly normal, and traffic flowed fine. Because people understand what a passing lane is in Europe.
You do 110 or 130 in America, you’re going to die …
… BECAUSE SOME IDIOT IS DRIVING 55 IN THE FAST LANE.
You really can’t imagine how annoyed I get when I’m on the road. Especially when there’s a car in the fast lane doing 55, while the cars in the slow lane are doing 54. If you’re in the passing lane, PASS FOR CHRIST’S SAKE!!! The longer you linger, the greater the possibility you’re going to cause a 50 car pileup.
And this is why, since I’ve been back in America, I avoid driving whenever possible.
Maybe Nazis fly it because they’re fully committed to states rights?
Here’s a list of other reasons from Historymaniacmegan’s post “Worst Excuses for Keeping a Confederate Flag“:
- The Confederate Flag is a symbol of Southern heritage and pride.
- The Confederate Flag is a symbol of freedom and states’ rights.
- My ancestors fought under that flag.
- Even if it is racist, the meaning of words and symbols is relative to the individual.
- Taking down the Confederate Flag will rewrite history.
- Even if it is racist, meanings of words and symbols can change over time.
- Just because I keep a Confederate Flag doesn’t mean I’m racist.
- The Confederate Flag has nothing to do with racism.
- The Confederate Flag doesn’t represent hate and violence.
- The Confederate Flag is a symbol of the proud, distinctive heritage and gentility of the Old South.
- The cry to take the Confederate Flag down is unjustified.
- If the Confederate Flag was used as a national flag, then how could it represent slavery and racism?
- The Confederate Flag is a quaint historical artifact and a memorial to those who’ve fought gallantly and bravely (even in a service of a cause no longer considered virtuous).
- Slavery and racism wasn’t just limited to the Old South.
- But slavery existed in America long before the Confederate Flag.
- But the Confederate Flag is on the state flag of Mississippi.
- The Confederate Flag is a symbol of resistance against an oppressive authority.
- But you see many black people with a Confederate Flag. So how can it be racist?
- But various Southern Rock groups used the Confederate Flag like Lynyrd Skynyrd.
- The Civil War’s been over for 150 years so why waste our time over arguing about the Confederate Flag?
Those are the excuses, but go to the post for see full explanations on why they’re lame excuses. One image though really sums the matter up: