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A Gay Republican on Pays Trous-de-Merde

Posted by V the K at 1:01 pm - January 14, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Conservatives (Homocons)

Language advisory. But… why can’t we be honest and admit that many foreign countries as well as Democrat-run American cities are trous-de-merde? In a country run by sane and rational people, the central pillar of immigration policy would be “Who will benefit the country? Let them in. Who will be a problem? Keep them out.”

Follow him on Twitter if you want. Twitter is also a trou-de-merde.

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  1. I really wish Pres. Trump had simply said he said it, and that they are… They are, and that’s why they’re residents were eligible Temporary Protected Status and other “special” entry-rights. They always have been; poverty, pestilence, corruption, conflict, natural and man-made disasters. Does ANYONE emigrate to them in any significant numbers, other than from even worse holes-in-the-ground as refugees and displaced-persons? And what part of “temporary” was misunderstood? There may be a case for letting some of them stay, but their homeland was and in most cases is still a hole.

    And historically large proportions of the Swedish, Danish, Finnish and Norwegian populations emigrated to the US and Canada. Over 12-million Americans are of Scandinavian-descent. Five-million are of Norwegian-descent.

    Let the Ambassadors complain — in their fine handmade suits, with their ‘elite’ Western educations paid-for by their corrupt relatives, representing dictators, despots and President-for Life literal or actual.

    Diplomacy is the art of saying ‘Nice doggie’ until you can find a rock.
    – Will Rogers

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 14, 2018 @ 1:33 pm - January 14, 2018

  2. @1 – I also like Lester Pearson’s definition: diplomacy is the art of letting the other guy have your way.

    Trump is certainly right about Haiti. In John Derbyshire’s current podcast, he mentions an NPR article about the sewage problems in Haiti — Port-au-Prince being one of the largest cities on the planet without a sewerage system. It is, literally, an outhouse-country.

    Haiti has been a sovereign nation since 1804 and, in over 200 years, hasn’t figured out how to treat sewage despite untold billions in foreign aid and the technology for treating sewage being in the public domain.

    Derb also discusses the sewerage systems (absence of) in many African nations (again, decades and billions in foreign aid). Let’s just say that you want to take your shoes off before setting foot on the Axminster.

    Call me a racist if you will but I’d say that the human capital in those nations is lacking.

    Without doubt, there are some brilliant people in those nations and if we are in need of more brilliant people, I’ll be there to hold the door and welcome them. But wouldn’t it be more humane to encourage and enable these smart people to bring their homelands into the present?

    But that’s not what the open-borders types are talking about. They’re talking about allowing anyone that can make it across the border. Would some open-borders believer please tell me what’s in it for us to import the world’s problems?

    * Foreign aid: the process by which money is taken from poor people in rich countries and giving it to rich people in poor countries.

    Comment by KCRob — January 14, 2018 @ 2:33 pm - January 14, 2018

  3. For the Democrats, the controversy over Trump’s crude language is a much-needed distraction from the real issue of merit-based immigration.

    Trump may or may not have said the s-word. If he did, it was in a private meeting, where the other people present were all adults. The MSM are using the story as an excuse to say the word over and over on prime time TV.

    CNN’s Chris Cuomo was outraged. “It’s a bad word. My kids are watching. I don’t want to teach my kids and your kids a bad word.” He then wrote it on a whiteboard, so it could be seen by his kids. Well, his kids, and the other half dozen people who still watch CNN.

    After eight years of fawning over Obama, the guy who constantly flipped birds while pretending to scratch his chin, the MSM suddenly want propriety and etiquette.

    And they are more concerned over Trump’s “bad word” than they ever were about the Clintons embezzling funds that had been donated for Haitian disaster relief.

    Comment by Tom — January 14, 2018 @ 3:49 pm - January 14, 2018

  4. Democrat-run California is also full of third world shitholes.

    Comment by V the K — January 14, 2018 @ 6:43 pm - January 14, 2018

  5. Did that lookup for myself out of curiosity, a while back:

    San Francisco, 1955

    Market St footage starts at 16:15

    San Francisco’s (ever renewed) “projects” today:

    I suggest they start throwing billions $$$ at it in a decade, and a trillion or so in 50 years.

    You gotta “keep working hard on these societal issues”, ya know!

    Comment by Cyril — January 14, 2018 @ 10:31 pm - January 14, 2018

  6. @5 wrong link #2 meant this one, instead:

    Comment by Cyril — January 14, 2018 @ 10:37 pm - January 14, 2018

  7. @6 freaking morons

    Comment by Cyril — January 14, 2018 @ 10:38 pm - January 14, 2018

  8. The demonrats only want them for votes, so they will vote to make the United States much like their home countries. The establishment Republicans only want them for the cheap grunt work labor that their donors want.
    All President Potty Mouth did was ask a question that we the people have been asking our ruling class for decades. Why these people,not those people? At one time Japan had a surplus of skilled workers, why didn’t we want to scoop them up? ( P.S. English is a common second language in Japan, they find it fairly easy to learn.) Could it be the Japanese assimilate easily?
    Just for fun , I went to the various freedom indices online, guess which countries come in lowest? What is amazing is the worst property rights are, the worst toilet a country is.What it even more amazing is the number of these that started out (and many still are)democratic republics. The problem isn’t us. If the people of a nation chose to turn their country into a dumpster fire, we are not to blame. I feel bad for those countries subjects, and they are subjects,but they should fight for their freedom. Maybe we can donate Hi Points and two way radios!

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — January 14, 2018 @ 10:46 pm - January 14, 2018

  9. Thank God, we’re not doing as bad as Europe, yet, and God forbid.

    That’s what they keep breeding in academia and getting as a result in the streets over there:

    The Dumbest “Liberal” Ever

    Comment by Cyril — January 14, 2018 @ 11:27 pm - January 14, 2018

  10. Political Correctness is a cancer in our society and if we allow it to grow it will kill US. A friend is a missionary in Haiti and says the same thing but in less sent laced words.

    Comment by fortdixmike — January 15, 2018 @ 5:51 am - January 15, 2018

  11. A thought that occurred to me in the midst of this “if you don’t like a country, you don’t like the people!” canard. For years, the Left have defended their attacks on Israel with the logic, “Just because you disagree with a country’s policy or think a country is a bad place, doesn’t mean you hate the people who live there.”

    So either the Leftist lying about their hatred of Israel not extending to its populace and are actually anti-Semites, or they are lying about being offended by Trump calling countries that lack sanitation systems cesspools and are only doing it to virtue signal and to try and score political points against him.

    Comment by Sean L — January 15, 2018 @ 7:30 am - January 15, 2018

  12. My dad is from one of these countries the Democrats are calling a shithole.

    And they are 100% correct.

    Comment by BigJ — January 15, 2018 @ 7:50 am - January 15, 2018

  13. So, now the only things that can’t be said on network and cable TV are the “f” and “n” words?

    And, Senator Durbin is despicable. If frank language can not be used in meetings to discuss a situation without being blabbed to the whole world, how are complex problems to be resolved?

    Comment by TheQuietMan — January 15, 2018 @ 9:59 am - January 15, 2018

  14. I am offended…” has become the most trivialized, banal and meaningless phrase in American socio-political life for 2018. It’s been over-used, improperly used, and oft-repeated to the point of meaning nothing, nada, zilch.

    No-one cares, snowflake…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 15, 2018 @ 11:35 am - January 15, 2018

  15. Whether President Trump said it or not, once again the truth is stated and “progressive” heads explode. It has become quite evident that the real problem with lefty/liberal/progressivism is the nearly total rejection of reality for the Socialist PC utopia that exists only in their heads.

    Comment by Rex — January 15, 2018 @ 11:36 am - January 15, 2018

  16. I might be misquoting Nixon, but:

    Has ANYONE ELSE read history, or been alive for those days in history, when:

    1] President Nixon was known to say, at least off camera, every dirty word known to the world(?)…in almost every sentence?,

    or 2] When President LBJ / President Johnson said, :” I never trust a man unless I’ve got his _____ in my pocket (?),

    or 3] When Vice President Dick Cheney, during his days as Vice President, got into an argument…while at his job, and said, “You know what? F*CK YOU!”,

    and then, with a bold smile, and triumphant attitude, right after saying F__ YOU, Cheney did not apologize for his words, and said they were completely appropriate for the very, heated debate that he was in?

    It’s the wrong time to pretend that you’re [shocked], darling, darling, Democrat-leaning reporters.

    American politics is not- clean-mouthed and 100% polite, in our Federal Government.

    It could be, that it never was.

    [Disclaimer- I’m not saying that all USA reporters are Democrat-leaning. And- If you want to find out all of President LBJ’s quote, Please look it up on your own. Sometimes, I DO get kind of uneasy, about the topic of salty language].

    Comment by TR — January 16, 2018 @ 1:18 am - January 16, 2018

  17. He is on gab also

    Comment by Steve — January 16, 2018 @ 4:08 pm - January 16, 2018

  18. @11

    So either the Leftist lying about their hatred of Israel not extending to its populace and are actually anti-Semites, or they are lying about being offended by Trump calling countries that lack sanitation systems cesspools and are only doing it to virtue signal and to try and score political points against him.

    You are the one who nailed it, AFAICT.


    Now go and try to have any of those doorknob heads on the left get anywhere close to your point — good luck!

    Comment by Cyril — January 16, 2018 @ 6:38 pm - January 16, 2018

  19. The problem is that the legacy media is so uncomprehending of social justice that they believe that Trump actually said “shithole”; a failing brought about by their private school education. They are losing touch with the common vernacular.

    What the president said was “Xithole”, pronounced “Zh Tho Lee”, which indicates a nation ruled by kleptocracy, kakistocracy, kratocracy or some other form of socialism as opposed to our current form of socialism where faceless bureaucrats plunder the taxpayer and contribute to the re-election of pliable politicians to hire more bureaucrats and increase benefits for politicians and bureaucrats.

    Comment by Jay Dee — January 16, 2018 @ 6:50 pm - January 16, 2018

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