Time Is Proof

28 08 2015

Austin, Texas

In the first Republican Presidential debate, one of the moderators tried to nail Trump on his contention that the Mexican government is actively encouraging its people to migrate northward, asking him for proof.  He couldn’t think of any at the moment; meanwhile, I and someone else at the debate viewing party I semi-crashed yelled to the TV, “The comic book!”  Referring to “Guia del Migrante Mexicano.” Since then, Trump has released the immigration proposals, and as you can see, that does mention the “pamphlets” and links to a NYT article about them.  This means that some time between the two, he either remembered it on his own or someone showed it to him.

Here’s more proof that emigration is official Mexican government policy.  Let me put it to you this way:  It’s the best logical explanation for Mexico even filing this brief.  If it wasn’t the case, I don’t see any motivation for them doing so. The state of Texas is trying to do an end run around birthwrong citizenship, so why would the Mexican government file the brief in an already existing lawsuit to force Texas into issuing Texas birth certificates for newborn children who are already Mexican citizens at Mexican law? Answer: It’s because the Mexican government also wants them to be American citizens.





How to Solve a Problem

27 08 2015

Vienna

Quit calling it a problem.

If fake refugees (economic migrants) are risking life and limb to make it to the promised land full of evil oppressive crackers/infidels, then just go to their home countries, give ’em papers and fly ’em to Berlin or London.

Remember last summer’s Central American “children’s” crusade?  Yes, that’s what we were all talking about before a gentle giant went out one afternoon to steal cigarillos.  The very same proposal was made:  Go to Guatemala or wherever, process them there, give them papers, then fly them to whatever American airport they wanted to go.

“But blogmeister, it still means all these all these white cities will still have all these new problematic non-white people.”

Yeah, so?  Because diversity.  And quit noticing things.  What are you, some kind of Nazi?

 





Unforced Error

26 08 2015

Dubuque, Iowa

For once, he’s substantively wrong.

St. Louis is not a metropolitan area that is conducive to the kind of immigration that is associated with immigrant-heavy gangs.  In fact, it’s not much conducive to much immigration to begin with.

Therefore, St. Louis’s gangs are almost entirely black thangs, you better understand.

An unforced error which he could have avoided if he only read this space.





Rushing Yards

25 08 2015

FYR Macedonia

For some reason, this video reminds me of this video:

And also this video:





Is This Your Way of Dropping Out and Endorsing Trump?

21 08 2015

Washington, D.C.

If so, then A+ to you.

Best of all:

Rick Santorum blasted his fellow GOP presidential hopefuls on Thursday, attacking Scott Walker and Ted Cruz for what he suggested were weak-kneed positions on curbing immigration.

He ripped Walker, the Wisconsin governor, for being “the first to change his position” on immigration, and criticized Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s proposal to increase the number of visas for highly skilled workers — saying he “seeks to increase H1Bs five-fold.”

Not only does this happen to be the truth, if Santorum is essentially leaving the race and endorsing Trump, then he has just done his first political act as a Trump campaign surrogate, that is, trying to keep Cruz and Walker away from the Trump immigration mantle such that either one could benefit if Trump falls.





Another Problem for the Metooers

18 08 2015

Me, two days ago:

If they match him word for word, it’s going to seem like copying and bandwagonning, and anyone else who puts him or her self at par with Trump on policy details will mean that Trump wins because of Trump’s alpha male personality, whoever is at eye level with him on detail is going to seem like a dwarf on personality.

Here’s another problem for the metooers:  They’ll run afoul of their donors.





The Art of the Immigration Deal

16 08 2015

Manhattan

Yeah, that book again.

Trump_the_art_of_the_deal

I have already opined about the raw politics of the actual proposals.  But I think that analyzing this as purely a policy proposal document is a mistake.  I think it’s more chess board positioning and negotiating than it is policy.

Trump just put himself in a position where it’s impossible for other Republican candidates to outfox him on immigration.  Sure, as V-Dare tweeted, this is going to force the others to do detail.  But to what avail?  If they match him word for word, it’s going to seem like copying and bandwagonning, and anyone else who puts him or her self at par with Trump on policy details will mean that Trump wins because of Trump’s alpha male personality, whoever is at eye level with him on detail is going to seem like a dwarf on personality.  If they come out not as hard line, then all they’re going to be doing is competing for the 15-20% of the Republican universe that wants open borders, and those people are already in the tank for Jeb!, they want the full amnesty and open borders that Jeb! is proposing, not some half amnesty mush proposed by a candidate trying to triangulate between Trump and Jeb!, so they’ll get no support, meaning Trump wins.  The only way to beat Trump in theory is to do policies that are even more hard line than his, and the only way that’s possible, after having read Trump’s proposals, is to oppose his pandering to black voters.  But we all know and also Trump knows that the other candidates will not actually go there, none of them want to come off as anti-black.

Checkmate Trump.

 








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