Reviewing Presidential Success

Reviewing Presidential Success…

US-Constitution-Burning-300x150Yeah, a brand new book, one I have been waiting to read. This book is the absolute must for the Presidential historian’s out there and obviously a prepared work because the author does not hold back anything on anyone.

The new book I am reading is so far up on the business of this citizen journalist’s site and fortunately for me, it parallels my own potential best-seller to a larger degree than I would like it too. Nonetheless, when I see a section that even resembles something that I’ve written, those chills are really quite a feeling.

The book is titled, 9 Presidents who Screwed-up America, by Brion McClanahan and of course published by Regnery Publishing (same company who did Culture of  Corruption, by Michelle Malkin, and ¡Adios, America!, by Ann Coulter).  I would like to start from what he terms, The Right Presidential Yardstick.

How do Americans measure presidential success? By popularity? Effective communication? Success in achieving foreign or domestic policy goals? Energy and activity in the office? Leadership? The overall health of the country during and immediately after a president’s administration? Sure, this is a difficult question and one that Americans have pondered for decades.

The real story or a close one is when he mentions Arthur Schlesinger Sr.’s 1948 first Constitutional Conventionacademic poll to rank presidents for an issue of Time Magazine.  This poll found 6 presidents t be “great”: Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, and Andrew Jackson. Schlesinger followed up in 1962 almost two decades later for 75 historians with the same poll including the same presidents. The only difference found Andrew Jackson dropped from the great category otherwise the list remained static, for the New York Times Magazine.

In these two polls Schlesinger found those who were listed as “great” and “above average” shared the same criteria; consequently, the data showed that those historians rating used leadership, vision, and success in achieving their desired foreign or domestic policy goals. Those presidents who had received “below average” and “poor” ratings tended to be those who had forgettable administrations, without achieving policy goals or those who blundered through the beginning of the Great Depression or the Civil War.

Now the rub. According to McClanahan, the problem with these academic polls was not the questions but the perception of the executive office, a perception that has been skewed by the success of the U.S. in the twentieth century; moreover, by the growth of the power of the executive branch as seen by the other branches and levels of government.

The author admits that the historians polled lacked an originalist perspective on the Constitution. Therefore, they ranked the presidents based on the outcome of their policies, not on how they upheld the oath they took when sworn into office, to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.

Ranking a president on that basis would entail that the historian had a knowledge and understanding of the ratification process of the Constitution. You see in 1787 and 1788 most proponents of the Constitution argued that executive powers would be implemented after the Constitution was ratified. The truth was evident, they did not know. McClanahan believes that the greatest minds of the time of ratification including, John Dickinson, Roger Sherman, John Rutledge, Oliver Ellsworth and Edmund Randolph argued that the executive was not to have the power of the King of England.

51unh9cxqwl-_ac_us160_Furthermore, the papers of the day, the Federalist papers as well as the Anti-Federalist papers spoke of this very phenomenon. He further believes that most Americans today – including historians and academics – have a distorted view. We ask what the president should do in office, not what he is constitutionally permitted to do in office. The latter should be the measure of the man.

Potential executive abuse was the fear of a ratified Constitution. The founding generation considered an out of control executive to be the greatest bane of liberty. More tomorrow, k?

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Let’s look at History of Immigration Policy

Let’s look at History of Immigration Policy

the-goooo21This information is a basic history of how immigration law and policy was determined in the United States of America. It is very noteworthy to suggest that the matters of “legal and/or illegal” immigrant do not appear to be apparent in the wording. What does seem very apparent is the notion that each way the immigration acts were contested, issued at a time when various bodies of people were almost escorted into the nation.

As such, I do not feel as though any person who is griping that immigration activities are unfair or limiting to any person. This writing is from the New Section of Wikipedia that has been edited and rewritten. From a person who has studied all of the various acts of Immigration Law, I must say that Wiki has done a great job in clarifying what was normally obscured.

The original United States Naturalization Law of March 26, 1790 (1 Stat. 103) provided the first rules to be followed by the United States in the granting of national citizenship. This law limited naturalization to immigrants who were free white persons of good character. It thus excluded American Indians, indentured servants, slaves, free blacks and later Asians although free blacks were allowed citizenship at the state level in certain states. It also provided for citizenship for the children of U.S. citizens born abroad, stating that such children “shall be considered as natural born citizens,” the only US statute ever to use the term. It specified that the right of citizenship did “not descend to persons whose fathers have never been resident in the United States.”

In order to address one’s good character, the law required two years of residence in the United States and one year in the state of residence, prior to applying for citizenship. When those requirements were met, an immigrant could file a Petition for Naturalization with “any common law court of record” having jurisdiction over his residence. Once convinced of the applicant’s good moral character, the court would administer an oath of allegiance to support the Constitution of the United States. The clerk of the court was to make a record of these proceedings, and “thereupon such person shall be considered as a citizen of the United States.”

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The Act also establishes the United States citizenship of certain children of citizens, born abroad, without the need for naturalization: “the children of citizens of the United States that may be born beyond Sea, or out of the limits of the United States, shall be considered as natural-born Citizens: Provided, That the right of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers have never been resident in the United States”.

The Act of 1790 was repealed by the Naturalization Act of 1795, which extended the residency requirement to five years, and by the Naturalization Act of 1798, which extended it to 14 years. The 1798 act was repealed by the Naturalization Law of 1802.

Major changes to the definition of citizenship were ratified in the nineteenth century following the American Civil War. The Fourteenth Amendment in 1868 granted citizenship to people born within the United States and subject to its jurisdiction, but it excluded untaxed Indians (those living on reservations). The Naturalization Act of 1870 extended “the naturalization laws” to “aliens of African nativity and to persons of African descent.” In 1898 the Supreme Court decision in United States v. Wong Kim Ark granted citizenship to an American-born child of Chinese parents who had a permanent domicile and residence in the United States, and who were there carrying on business, and are not employed in any diplomatic or official capacity under the Emperor of China. All persons born in the United States since United States v. Wong Kim Ark has been granted citizenship although the Supreme Court has never explicitly ruled on the matter of children born to parents who are not legal residents of the United States.

All Native Americans were finally granted citizenship by the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, whether or not they belonged to a federally recognized tribe; by that date two-thirds of Native Americans were already U.S. citizens. Further changes to racial eligibility for naturalized citizenship were ratified after 1940 when eligibility was also extended to “descendants of races indigenous to the Western Hemisphere,” “Filipino persons or persons of Filipino descent,” “Chinese persons or persons of Chinese descent,” and “persons of races indigenous to India.” The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 prohibits racial and gender discrimination in naturalization.

It furthermore is noted that the safety of immigrants just happened to be one of the complaints listed in the Declaration of Independence written on June 28, 1776.

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It happened! Some empirical research with a Millennial!

It happened! Some empirical research with a Millennial!

 Devon2 editedOkay, let’s say we all have been waiting for that special time – you know where it’s you and of all ethnicities and races around you get a 19-year-old Asian lady who is very calm, very considerate of your time and questions, seriously, at first, I thought it was some kind of feminine joke on me when all things considered this lady is hot! Actually, I wrote that last line for my editor who constantly reminds me to keep it short! No extra words, not even to describe this woman’s skin tone, her light-hearted demeanor, and well, super long blond hair.

You know, she’s decked out to the nines with her plaid flannel shirt used as a jacket just covering her Asian-ness, sort of a white with lace Victorian blouse buttoned up to the top with just the top button loosened for comfort and of course some kind of denim, jeans type, heck I don’t know custom designer wear pants that were vaguely covering her c.f.m. small pumps. I mean she had to know it, but then again, she was hanging with me, ∩∩∩«!

So, the venue is Starbuck’s sitting minding our own business; me, finishing up some editing on my soon to be a best-seller (joke!) and she, working in Word looked like an essay of sorts. With the news on in the background immediately our conversation turns to DACA and the majority of her friends at school who are illegal, full of angst, totally freaking out because of they as well as she thinks they’re going to be deported.

Just in case you are new to this particular site, one of my big issue that I cover is the outdated, raunchy, more than hideous immigration policy that our nation does not have. And I really thought that engaging a conversation with this young Asian quite intelligent bombshell was going to do me some good, I had to learn the hard way that there are a couple of matters that are true,  Devon3

First, not all Asian ladies that remind one of Devon Aoki to possess the magnificent brains or intelligence that Ms. Aoki does. And then again, secondly, kids will be kids – no matter what discernable information they are given deluxe with the original source documentation, they still think like children, don’t listen, debate like flopping fish and heck, could care like a millennial person that by assuming the overwhelming problems of an illegal alien, then allowing their parents who abandoned them and sent them up north for an early migration process, that these parents are not bad or negligent with their children but suffice it to say that Ms. Glamorous believes that US taxpayers should pay to reunite them between Mexico, Central, and South America and here?

And friends I tried! Did I ever try! Just to allow this little lady a look into wisdom! Fortunately for her, she had her laptop at Starbuck’s and I introduced her to The Contemplative Thinker.com where she proceeded to embark on the more than ten years of ridiculous immigration syndicated articles. I showed her the Category selection menu from my site and couldn’t make it to the bathroom fast enough! So, I was thinking…I exited the bathroom with my cell to my ear hoping to avoid any further nonsensical communication with her.

So, I leave you with this one. Earlier in the conversation, she told me about her Spanish class she elected to take this year. Having spent a long portion of my life in Central America and Mexico I started a little conversational Spanish with her. She emphatically told me that they did not speak Spanish in her class…call me stupid I don’t care. In her Spanish class once a week they have Immigration Day whereby the illegals tell the class how great it is to be from Mexico and surprisingly she explained to me that she’d rather learn about Mexico from those who were from there. So, naturally, I asked about how much Spanish had she learned in case she happened to visit Mexico one day. She started with, “well my teacher believes…” and my cell phone rang thank the Lord!

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How much more does the “American” take?

How much more does the “American” take?

Illegal_Immigration_UnderstandIt2OTesticles. I really believe that when an author or television commentator refers to having “balls” what they are really saying and/or meaning is gumption, gall, fortitude, honesty, and the matter of holding to what one is saying and/or believing.

The way of the American politician is a disgrace. Allow me if you will to say this type of dishonor,  humiliation, and egregious behavior is also at a premium at all levels of education, go crazy in the press, as well as tarnishing the respect of this nation and is beyond reproach.

3ringcircus(1)For any United States Senator who willfully took a vacation during the recent August recess there should be a squad of police or other-named officials to take your little bull squat badges and anything else that supports that you are indeed the person who you say you are, and what you do for a living and just like an ancient traitor to their country be put to hard labor or death whichever comes first.

You fraudulent human beings who wish to think you do a function for this country – and who still vacations after a measly 8 percent approval rating there is something wrong with you. Not just one or two of you, I mean all of you.

Listen up everyone: The exact same language that former President Obama used in order to initiate DACA is now being used by President Trump to wake up every human being in this nation to resend the initiative. And have you heard the academics, lawyers, judges, and other members of the supposed intelligentsia arguing about this? 300px-capitol_building_full_view(1)

And Congressional officials both of the House and of the Senate you should be ashamed of the way this is being handled. Do I think you people such as McCain, Graham, Pelosi, Rich, et al., are going to be any different – In this instance, I am directly addressing the alleged Representative Cummings of Maryland.

For well over 20 years I have been promised a wall. Where is that wall that has been bought and paid for? President Reagan and his infamous Dream Act, so where are the scholars, patriots, military men/women?

Why do we continue to put up with Dreamer’s who are 31 years of age? Hey, listen up you. You got here, by hook or crook or otherwise, you got here, right. You are better educated, make more money, killed a few more, so what’s next? Family reunification? For what? Health care for what? Cherry picking in soccer got its name somehow? All you are doing illegals is Cherry picking.

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This is where Congress will have problems…!

This is where Congress will have problems…!

 

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The poor “No fault of their own” brigade

As far as the American people are concerned: First a joke – the American Congress, being both the House of Representatives and the so-called “upper house” which we will aptly refer to as the Senate the joke is…” they probably won’t like either of the ways that President Trump will decide to go regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals aka (DACA) because they will have to go to work on something…”

 

And please have no doubt whatsoever, when one elicits the USA Congress to operate in any way just sit back and count the number of problems they’ll create. Before the Deferred Action…DACA is over and the decision made, there will be any number of issues surrounding a more than generous program offered by the American taxpayers.

If I had a crystal ball and could PUFF! Out of thin air the name of a stock that would make anyone a billionaire and showed a track record of being correct, I think there are some readers out there that would say “hey, what’s the name of the stock?” Am I correct? Sure, as anything I am.  download

So rather than me explain what entitlements that DACA recipients get – here it is according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service delivered by the Department of Homeland Security.

“Persons who request DACA status must have been younger than 31 years old as of June 15, 2012, the date the policy first was announced by the Director of Homeland Security, according to the USCIS. Additional age requirements mandate that DACA applicants be at least 15 years old at the time of the request and that they migrated to the United States before the age of 16.

 

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The DACA policy requires applicants to have continuously lived in the United States at least from June 15, 2007, until the present, notes the USCIS. They also must have been physically present in the country as of June 15, 2012, as well as at the time they make their request for deferred action.

 

To request DACA, applicants must either be currently enrolled in school, graduated from high school, obtained a GED certificate or have been honorably discharged from the U.S. Coast Guard or other Armed Forces, explains USCIS. Also, applicants must not have any felony convictions or significant misdemeanors.”

Therefore, younger than 31 and older than 15 years of age as long as one was younger than 16 years of age. So, in the attempt to make this rubbish conform to The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 let’s say that they must have lived here continuously for 5 years. And just to be as complicated as possible let’s say that one must be currently enrolled in high school or obtained a GED, or spent time in the US military. Yes, that is

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true and has been since the earliest of illegal immigrant amnesty programs, just ask President Reagan, President Bush, President Clinton, President George W. Bush and the one who created this mess, President Barack Obama, including the respective congresses that went along with these non-accountable people.

 

With all of my inner adult mind I would swear (in a nice way) that before any person is done with this program, especially Congress, we won’t be asked but they’ll gain citizenship, voting rights, and then let’s just wait until all of their relatives, loved ones, trans whatever partners, and so on are here, right next door.

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Sanctuary city advocates are at it Again

  Sanctuary city advocates are at it Again

young-ucA federal judge has temporarily blocked most of Texas’ tough new “sanctuary cities” law allowing police to inquire about people’s immigration status during routine interactions such as traffic stops.

My turn – why would anyone who has not broken the law mind being asked these details? I do have difficulty with this entire set of circumstances, especially after the Obama administration’s Justice Department sued the state of Arizona for ICE officials asking during an infringement of the law! If one wants to vote, drive, or just about do anything in this nation, why not including one’s immigration status if asked of course.

Opponents call the measure, which sailed through the Republican-controlled Legislature, a “show your papers” law. They sued, and the ruling by U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia in San Antonio keeps it from taking effect Friday, allowing the case time to proceed. I find it interesting that the Judge’s party affiliation was not indicated.

Conservatives say the crackdown on illegal immigration enforces the rule of law. If one

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were to really examine this ruling as well as some other issues that have come to light in the past, I must agree with the sentence about conservatives.

Seems to me that most of the people who are at this point of the law are against it simply because they say it brings forth the notion of “profiling.” And allow me please, it does not bring out any profiling issues whatsoever; what it certainly brings forth is the notion of recognizing reality. A typical tribesman from Africa will not bring this up in Ireland. Simply because it is real.

Under the law, Texas could fine police and counties that don’t honor federal requests to hold people jailed on nonimmigration offenses longer for possible deportation. It also ensures that police chiefs and sheriffs could face removal from office and criminal charges for not complying with federal “detainer” requests.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

web17-shreddedpaper-redouImmigration and Customs Enforcement recently asked the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), which instructs federal agencies on how to maintain records, to approve its timetable for retaining or destroying records related to its detention operations. This may seem like a run-of-the-mill government request for record-keeping efficiency. It isn’t. An entire paper trail for a system rife with human rights and constitutional abuses is at stake.

ICE has asked for permission to begin routinely destroying 11 kinds of records, including those related to sexual assaults, solitary confinement and even deaths of people in its custody. Other records subject to destruction include alternatives to detention programs; regular detention monitoring reports, logs about the people detained in ICE facilities and communications from the public reporting detention abuses. ICE proposed various timelines for the destruction of these records ranging from 20 years for sexual assault and death records to three years for reports about solitary confinement.

For years, advocates and communities across the country have denounced human rights abuses in the detention system. Many of the records that ICE proposes for destruction offer proof of the mistreatment endured by people in detention. Given the Trump administration’s plans to increase the size and scope of the system substantially, it is all the more disturbing that the agency wants to reduce transparency and accountability.

NARA has provisionally approved ICE’s proposal and its explanations for doing so areICE1282014_0 troubling. In cases of sexual assault and death, for example, NARA states that these records “do not document significant actions of Federal officials.” It’s hard to believe that the actions of a federal official are not significant in the death or sexual assault of an individual who is in federal immigration custody. NARA also posited that in cases of sexual assault, that the “information is highly sensitive and does not warrant retention.”

Recent reports by advocacy groups document sexual assaults in detention without adequate investigation or remedy, substandard medical care, the overuse of solitary confinement as well as threats and physical assault by custody staff. Since October 2016, there have been 10 deaths in immigration detention. Many of the records used in these reports and analyses would not have been made available without sustained public pressure to force ICE to maintain and divulge this information.

It is absolutely essential for each case to be investigated properly. Just reading the above paragraph leads to suspicion insofar as why would someone receiving healthcare have the gall to substantiate whether or not it is standard? Furthermore, it is rather common for inmates to complain about mistreatment by guards or custody staffs.

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Put an entirely different way, and to all inmates will gripe about their treatment by any and/or every detention officer. People have been doing this kind of reporting in as much as any response whatsoever normally is a good one.

The best of everything that could happen is that those who are in custody are not there because they were law abiding citizens. However, the fact remains that they are precisely the opposite. This, of course, does entitle them to any preferential treatment or otherwise. It is difficult for me to presuppose that this treatment does exist.

Furthermore, there must be a statute that governs how long records must be kept. Now if this measure does not have a statute, then it is unconstitutional at best and statutes must be set immediately. The premise of this article was written by an ACLU lawyer so what else to expect?

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A legal Amnesty…by whom?

 

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When one looks closely at this photograph, most of the protesters are holding signs that state “Family Reunification” as well as no more deportations.

 

Illegal immigrants who took advantage of President Obama’s deportation amnesty for “Dreamers” were able to boost their pay, get driver’s licenses and more firmly ensconce themselves in the American economy and society, according to a new report Monday.

The survey of thousands of recipients of the amnesty, known in government-speak as DACA, comes at a time when President Trump is under pressure to decide whether to scrap the program or to mount an uphill legal fight to preserve it.

This is where I have my own personal problem. According to the U.S. Constitution, and every immigration memorabilia I can get my hands on, what Barack Obama did as far as amnesty is concerned was in fact, illegal. No person, president, or congressional official has the right to circumvent the United States Immigration and Citizenship Program without the consent of the Congress or the people. I may be wrong, but I do not think that Barrack Hussein Obama had either of these requirements. It was done by executive order, which as is known, can be halted by a new President’s executive order.

The average salary of DACA recipients in the story went from $21,000 to $36,000, and for DACA recipients over age 25 it was an even bigger jump, from $22,000 to roughly $42,000.

Nearly two-thirds said they’ve been able to pursue educational opportunities that would have been denied them if they hadn’t been granted the tentative legal status, which in most states makes them eligible for public college, entitles them to driver’s licenses, and even qualifies them for some federal tax benefits.

Tom K. Wong of the University of California, San Diego, conducted the survey for the National Immigration Law Center, the Center for American Progress and United We Dream.

Mr. Wong has tracked Dreamers over the years and says they are fully invested in society, with 97 percent either holding a job or in school, 5 percent starting their own businesses, and 16 percent buying a home.

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We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long…

We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long

st domenico 2An independent Catholic school in San Anselmo, California, has sparked the ire of some parents after officials removed and relocated a large number of religious statues, reportedly including those of Jesus and Mary, in order not to alienate children of other faiths.

I cannot speak for any generalization of public individuals, but this much I can say, I knew that this entire ‘hook around history’ with the old Confederate monuments being taken down, people born with certain names not being allowed to do their year in advance paid for speaking engagements, now everybody’s looking at Sara Lee’s products for a name change and/or the MacDonald’s corporation. However, again to the people with critical thinking skills; furthermore, I would suspect that a person either studying finance or those making a living in finance could have figured that this pressure would converge on Catholicism.     4429_strength

San Domenico School’s board of trustees, said at least 18 of the 180 religious icons still remain at the school as part of a plan approved unanimously by the board last year, the Marin Independent Journal reported. Who cares that they left 0.1% this is an embarrassment to Catholics around the world!

Supporting the notion of political correctness, Ms. Skewes-Cox said the timing of the statues’ removals and the national statue debate spurring from the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, is an unfortunate coincidence and have “absolutely no connection other than it is changing, and people have a hard time with change.”

“If you walk on the campus and the first thing you confront is three or four statues of St. Dominic or St. Francis, it could be alienating for that other religion, and we didn’t want to further that feeling,” she said.

Sister Maureen McInerney, the prioress general of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, said the plan is to make the K-12 school more inviting to students of all faiths.

Here is my suggestion for whatever it is worth. If people are doing this activity to religiously oriented schools – why not include the church that is perhaps the school’s number one donor? If you are going to hide the reason it is there why not take it all down including the name?

“San Domenico is a Catholic school; it also welcomes people of all faiths,” she told the Marin Independent Journal. “It is making an effort to be inclusive of all faiths.”

Another parent, Shannon Fitzpatrick, recently sent an email to school officials accusing them of trying to erase the school’s 167-year tradition of celebrating the Dominican Catholic faith.

“In our time here, the word ‘Catholic’ has been removed from the mission statement, sacraments were removed from the curriculum, the lower school curriculum was changed to world religions, the logo and colors were changed to be ‘less Catholic,’ and the uniform was changed to be less Catholic,” she wrote.

BibleBlurCheryl Newell, a mother of four San Domenico graduates, told the Marin Independent Journal, “I am extremely disappointed in the school and the direction they’ve been going. This isn’t a new thing that they’ve been intentionally eroding their Catholic heritage. They’re trying to be something for everyone and they’re making no one happy.”

Two quick issues of concern. One, I believe overall that this article is loaded with anti-Catholic rhetoric. Remember, my first disclosure of political correctness is about the elitists changing the language and subsequent meaning. Admittedly, this is what is occurring.

Number two, the history of the Catholic Church is not a good history by any means. Simply predicated upon Luther’s 95 Theses, or even the Protestant Reformation the history of the Catholic church is not good. Especially regarding the oppression and enslavement of other people.

We All Knew it wouldn’t be too long…

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The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is…

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is…

Schumer cryingThe top Democrat in the U.S. Senate demanded Thursday that President Trump disband his commission designed to investigate voter fraud, saying it stems from the same hateful ideology that spurred neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville earlier this month.

Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, said that if Mr. Trump won’t cancel the Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, he will force a fight over an amendment to shut down the commission when Congress returns in September.

First, vacationing senators and/or legislators should keep their mouths shut until theythe-kings-court return to work. Why is it that whenever “voter fraud” comes up only the Democrats quack? What are they hiding? Just try to clean-up your deceased voter registration rolls, right!

Someone, please answer these two basic questions of frivolity. One, do you think there would be a sane white supremacist out for a protest if they weren’t called out? One b. Would there be a white supremacist if people of other races and color weren’t making them out to be something? Ready?

Two, why is it that historical memorabilia is coming down because “Black Lives Matter”? Why do people of the peculiar institution of which there really is none, continue to go on in a fashion worse than their ancestors did? Two b. Do you think that people of color are creating their own problems? I do – in a minuscule way.

Mr. Schumer said he believes Mr. Trump’s commission — ostensibly to look at fraudulent voters and bloated voting rolls — is really an effort to keep minorities from the polls. He called the commission “wolves in sheep’s clothing.” Schumer, just shut up. Colin 49ersKaepernick still can’t believe he hasn’t been offered a job. What already? One good season that he didn’t win. Otherwise, he still sat the bench. He just plain is not good enough for any sane football organization to invest the kind of money he wants or feels he is entitled to.

Football fans around the world, would you hire him?

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