Barako I, El Rey de los Criminales y Estupidos

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  1. votermom says:

    Remember to burn choom in front of a poster of the Omperor today. #ItsATax

  2. votermom says:

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Josh “Baghdad Bob” Ernst was on Fox this morning with a huge sh*t eating grin and lobbing softball answers to hardball questions from Elizabeth. Everything’s wonderful y’know because Obama !! He was reciting talking points like a 3rd grader who had to memorize a poem for class.

    Meanwhile his boss, Dear Leader, is headed to Vegas for what looks like a long weekend since there’s no return to WH on the itinerary. I hope the NV Tea Party can rally up a lovely welcoming committee 🙂

  4. DeniseVB says:

    For F**k’s sake…….

    ST. LOUIS ( – The Ferguson protesters have emerged as contenders for Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year.”
    Other candidates for Time’s “Person of the Year” includes doctors treating Ebola patients in Africa, Pope Francis and Malala Yousafzai.
    In the past, Time Magazine has chosen both heroes and villains for “Person of the Year” but the common element is the impact the selected person has on the world.
    Time will announce its “Person of the Year” in Dec.

    Read more:

  5. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Obama didn’t really think this through, other than punishing the GOP for #winning, like the little baby-go-bye-bye that he is. He just put lawbreakers ahead of his citizens, military vets, legal immigrants …. because he can. Meanwhile the Obamas personal wealth continues to grow and Al Sharpton’s allowed to owe 4 million in back taxes while destroying an American city.

      I think Hillary just disqualified herself by agreeing with Obama. She should have waited, but she’ll need the Obama supporters to win, and she needed to be on record for agreeing before Warren does. Other Dems are expressing “concern”, but that’s because they’re in trouble in their states or districts. Politics before Country !

      • Anthony says:

        “Obama didn’t really think this through, other than punishing the GOP for #winning, like the little baby-go-bye-bye that he is.”

        OR… he decide to punish ALL of us for rejecting his policies in this past election. I’d say he’s shallow, narcissistic and spiteful enough to do that.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Do you ever wonder if Obama makes decisions on what’s best for the country or himself ? He does “owe” a lot of donors payback, no way he could fundraise billions on his own ‘gifts’ , because he has none. So yes, he’s a jerk and the GOP lets him get away with it.

          • Anthony says:

            Its clear that what’s best for the country isn’t part of the equation. This is a thin skinned, spiteful narcissist whose only interest is in besting his adversaries; even to the extent of ruining the country. By either not showing up at the polls or voting against his policies in this last election, we (the people) have been added to his list of adversaries, so fuck us.

            I wouldn’t be too quick to judge the GOP as enablers – I’m patiently waiting until January, and I will be watching them like a hawk before I make any determination about their efficacy. I hope they’re smart enough and disciplined enough to do the right thing, but my expectations are low – they too have disappointed me too many times for me to have blind faith in their ability to govern.

            I think most of us here have a similar history – being completely OVER the Dems after 2008’s grand theft at the R&B Committee’s first (of many) offenses, but that doesn’t mean that we suddenly trust the Republicans. It means that we took the only means available to stop the Progressive agenda in the most timely fashion allowed by the 2 party process. But know this: if the Republicans screw up after the new Congress is sworn in, I will vote straight D to disempower them too.

          • HELENK3 says:

            he has and never had any care for this country. He was raised to despise this country and do what ever he could to transform her into a marxist state.

          • lyn says:

            Progressive is a liberal who has gone fascist.

        • swanspirit says:

          Exactly ^THIS^
          He showed up with his 14 year old ” I will show you attitude ” . He is unfit to be in the office he holds . He is acting out , and being oppositional defiant . It was absolutely clear as soon as I saw him make that speech , what his juvenile attitude was/is.
          When he was elected I had a such a deep intuitive feeling that he was going to be SO BAD , that he would make Shrub look good . It felt BAD . Now I feel most of the worst is behind us , things will change for the better once this congress is in and especially once he out of office ,but he will continue to act out ; and also I cannot shake the feeling that he will “go off the rails ” mentally while still in office or soon after he is out . Seriously , off the rails . To the point where people will wonder if he shouldn’t get psychiatric help . I just have that unshakeable feeling, that that will happen .

          • Anthony says:

            I promise to cheerlead the public de-railing, but in a controlled fashion. I don’t want to see him impeached. I’m so disgusted by his behavior that I would like to see him confidently overstepping his legal boundaries until his legacy is nothing more than a text book example of what happens when you elect (appoint?) someone unprepared and unsuited for management. His legacy is all he cares about, and I would be delighted to see it diminished by his own hand with no help from the GOP. That would be better than Christmas.

            Also, you’re right about the 14 year old boy. When I was listening to clips of his speech last night, his tone reminded me of my nephew, Steven, when he was at his most obnoxious (you got it right – age 14)

          • 49erDweet says:

            For many reasons I agree with no impeachment, but have to say that’s also a little paternalistic………. not holding him accountable BECAUSE he’s black? Talk about lowered expectations!

          • swanspirit says:

            Anthony, he will not be impeached . The first A.A. Potus will not be impeached . Unfortunately , that is part of the problem . He knows he will not be impeached. So he is like the snotty entitled 14 year old boy who has no limits to be set for him, sneering at authority ; saying “You can’t tell me what to do ” . It brings out that want to slap someone response in most adults , because the “adolescent ” is so disrespectful ad over the line .

          • The Klown says:

            Obama is like the snotty rich kid nobody wants to be around but no matter what he does he won’t get punished.

        • foxyladi14 says:


      • He wasn’t punishing the GOP. He was provoking them. He was punishing the white working class, because they didn’t vote the way he wanted them to and they haven’t in 3 election cycles. His action was tantamount to saying, “I’ll put you in the fucking poor house and THEN you’ll be my constituency, bitches!”

  6. Somebody says:

    Well this is interesting, it’s about TPS granted by POTUS and how it is abused. Perhaps we need to revise this allowing POTUS to only grant TPS once, beyond that requires a vote of Congress.

  7. votermom says:

  8. HELENK3 says:

    backtrack just released another 5 gitmo detainees. sent them to Europe. should be an isis recruit by thanksgiving

    • DeniseVB says:

      They should combine with the Sheriff’s march on Dec 10 to support them too. Ever since the Tea Party got “organized” (FreedomWorks, et al) there have really been no organized plans. They were even quiet during the IRS targeting of smaller TP groups.

  9. The Klown says:

    Last night I had the weirdest dream. There was a football game, and the Raiders WON!!

    Is that crazy or what?

    • 49erDweet says:

      I’m hoping my PC isn’t damaged too much.
      Thought it was broke again and showing games from decades ago, so threw it on the trash heap in the middle of a huge mist storm.
      Aren’t earthquakes and Raider wins signs of the end of the earth or something?

    • The Klown says:

      Latavius Murray 90 Yard TD run:

      • 49erDweet says:

        It was sweet. I had just turned to that channel and saw it live. That run reminded me of a high school classmate of mine named Hugh McElhenny. Really fast for a big man.

  10. votermom says:

    Twitchy rounds up the King Barack photoshops

  11. HELENK3 says:


    we have good northern neighbors

  12. The Klown says:

    This gets really good about halfway thru:

  13. votermom says:

    • elliesmom says:

      Women’s Studies?

      • votermom says:

        Must be. Even Underwater Basketweaving students could find a research job at the PhD level.

      • Lulu says:

        Employers tend not to want to hire criminals, liars, cheats, and mooches. They have to follow rules so they tend to want their employees to do the same. Always wanting to come first also is a clue to probable personnel problems. I’d say she is screwed by her own behavior.

      • SHV says:

        “Education” has turned into another scam. “You need to borrow money to get that ‘piece of paper’ inorder to be successful”, etc., etc. Of course, the proper “Social Justice” education that considers math, science, language skills, etc. as products of the “patriarchal, racist, Euro-centric” educational system, isn’t worth much when looking for a job. But not to worry, Obama is going to triple the H-1B visas so graduates of the “evil” Euro-Centric school systems in South-West and East Asia can fill the jobs that Americans aren’t qualified to do.

        • Constance says:

          We have plenty of citizen kids who are educated and can’t find full time work in their STEM fields. I want to see some real statistics on how employment is going for our STEM graduates.

          • SHV says:

            A major advantage of hiring a person on H-1B visa is that they can be paid less (-20-50%) and are usually tied to the job (handcuffed) for 2-3 years. Makes it hard for an American with $100ks in educational debt to compete.

        • threewickets says:


  14. votermom says:

  15. foxyladi14 says:

    Great Post VM.
    My views
    Enforce the Laws we already have.
    Close those Borders.
    Stop the Anchor Babies!!!!
    Deport eery Illegal in sight!! 🙂

    • 49erDweet says:

      We could solve our economy and unemployment problem in less than a year if we temporarily augmented the Border Patrol with returning veterans and began a no-exceptions deportation sweep. We should begin in every state with the known-to-be-phony SS numbers on file with DMV’s. There are sometimes a thousand people on file with the same known fraud number. Then go to the Fed files of known frauds.
      Within 12 months the average wage paid a beginning worker would be up a dollar an hour.

      • votermom says:

      • angienc says:

        Remember that movie The Untouchables where Sean Connery’s character the old beat cop tells Kevin Costner’s Elliot Ness that everyone knows where the booze is, it’s just a question of who wants to be the one to take on Capone?
        Kind of the same thing here with the illegals — everyone knows what we need to do, it’s just a question of who wants to be the one to do it/take on TPTB (in this case, instead of Capone, it’s the EMPLOYERS who are saving a lot of money hiring illegals — and they give to both the left and the right; only difference is the leftie voters are stupid enough to think its for “humanitarian” reasons; the righty voters are smart enough to see it will hurt the country, but are stupid enough to think the GOP establishment actually wants to stop it).

        • WMCB says:

          In my observation, conservatives are very pragmatic and eyes-open about the corporatist corruption in their party. They don’t blindly trust, just make the best of what they got. Progs are like babes in the woods where the Dems are concerned, completely emotionally invested in maintaining the illusion that Dems are on some moral mission.

          There are a fuckload more clear-eyed cynics about pols on the right than on the left.

  16. foxyladi14 says:

    Come to America the right legal way or stay OUT!! 😡

  17. lyn says:

    America is no longer the world’s melting pot; it’s become the world’s trash can. Heckuvajob, Barack.

  18. The Klown says:

  19. HELENK3 says:

    the longer backtrack is in office the more I remember this

  20. Anthony says:

    BREAKING – according to the news crawl on both FOX and MSNBC, the Ferguson grand jury will weigh in this afternoon in an attempt to distract us from Emperor Obama’s latest decree. I fully expect rioting to carry on through the weekend, so we can all forget about the REAL scandals.

    Elsewhere, Jonathan Gruber is still fucked. Big time. I’m so happy! 🙂

  21. votermom says:

  22. DeniseVB says:

    How about a nice holiday mood break and cuteness overload ? Too late, I’m postin’ …..

  23. HELENK3 says:

    what part don’t I understand. backtrack just made blacks expendable and their leaders say that is a good thing?

  24. HELENK3 says:

    oh oh liars figure, but figures don’t lie
    number of jobs, number of illegal aliens

  25. votermom says:


  26. votermom says:

  27. HELENK3 says:

    ACLU of Missouri wins federal court orders on right to film police in Ferguson, St. Louis County – @aclu_mo

  28. HELENK3 says:

    circle the rioters in an area. let them loot and burn but not leave. do not rebuild what they destroy.
    how many times over the years have we seen this? How many times have taxpayers had to pay to rebuild. No More. let them reap what they sow

  29. HELENK3 says:

    St. Louis County prosecuting attorney’s office says grand jury on Ferguson, Mo., shooting case ‘is still in session’ – @alexiszotos

  30. 49erDweet says:

    Sad, is what it is. And he rings the death knell to the Harvard education superiority myth. Six years on the job, already, and he hasn’t clue one how to do it.

  31. HELENK3 says:

    rules of engagement press conference.
    of course only the police have to abide by them

    • leslie says:

      Really, Holder!!!! What a dick. What a racist dick.
      Why doesn’t put him and us out of our misery now?

      • leslie says:

        He wants trouble. And so does TehWon. They want to see cities burn and people suffer. Just as long as it isn’t they who hurt. I’m beside myself with anger at the way this administration has manipulated people and divided races and desecrated the common ground that we share as human beings. There are other ways to achieve goals and greatness. But devastating and transforming this nation into one filled with hate and fear. That is simply wrong.

    • WMCB says:

      You know what I’d love to see? The police all lined up, the protestors trying to provoke, and for the entire police force to give them the finger and walk away. En masse. Quit. All of them.

  32. WMCB says:

  33. HELENK3 says:

    short break to lower my blood pressure

  34. Anthony says:
    • Lulu says:

      I wonder if he will act like a cocky asshole for Gowdy. He said Gruber was an “‘Insomniac with Tourette’s Syndrome’.

      • leslie says:

        I wonder if he will even respond to this. It would be just like the arrogant and impudent adolescents that comprise the bronco administration to ignore the letter calling them to appear.

        • The Klown says:

          Don’t be surprised if Obama asserts executive privilege.

          • Lulu says:

            But he wasn’t even part of the administration! I don’t think executive privilege applies to “some guy”. OT: Have you read the Turley filing yet? It is amazing how stupid the Obama-ites are. Dumber than dirt. I don’t think the Treasury expected to be accused of theft.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Yeah, he will wish he could. But Lulu is right. He would suddenly need to recover his “memory”, and that ain’t gonna happen.

          • Lulu says:

            Lying about lying catches up. If you do this this happens, or if you do that that happens. Harvard lawyers incapable of gaming out or thinking two steps ahead is pathetic. In the Turley filing the fabulous Sylvia Burwell admits in a letter to Sen Cruz and Lee that there was no money to pay off the insurance companies so they would just take some from another fund. Then Burwell switched up the appropriations requests to cover it up. Crude accounting fraud like this is easy to find. HHS is “bribing” the insurers to keep this turkey afloat. pages 10-13. This is all part and parcel of Hairy Reid’s omnibus bills to hide fraud. This is also why Bronco is threatening veto if he gets individual bills for funding for departments. The budget has been Grubered for six years.

  35. WMCB says:

    Hubs telling me today that there is a very thin thread holding the conscientious, law-abiding citizen to the forms of civilization right now. After all, if one is going to live in a lawless society, being the only one observing the forms and trying hard to “do the right thing” is a sucker’s game.

    No, he’s not speaking of violence. But it may reach a point where enough taxpayers, etc, say “fuck the system” and go their own way. Withdraw, stop engaging, pull their kids from public schools, go black market, cease paying taxes, etc.

    Some of us are sick and fucking tired of being the gullible patsies holding it all together while everyone else gets to threaten and riot and ignore law and demand their exceptions, etc.

    The left and the selfish children DEPEND on us being the adults in the room. They count on it. They count on us being there to pick up the pieces of their tantrums. If I were a police officer in any of these “troubled” areas like Ferguson, for instance, I’d resign and walk away today. Let it burn. Your ashes, not mine.

    • HELENK3 says:

      Atlas Shrugged may come true

      • HELENK3 says:

        Part three of atlas shrugged release date January 6 2015

      • WMCB says:

        Rand’s objectivism is a badly flawed world view on many levels. Seriously so. But she was dead-on accurate describing the unearned preening superiority of the looters and parasites.

    • Lulu says:

      People are already doing it. Mostly in small ways but it will grow. If leaders don’t follow the law no one does. They literally can’t catch everyone. They can’t audit everyone, can’t spy on everyone, can’t stop us doing all kinds of things that people will figure out fairly quickly. When governments loose the consent of the governed they fail and fall. I have been reading a history on the fall of Rome though the lens of London. When it could no longer control the borders it fell fast. Smaller countries replaced it. Sound familiar? And this is why the Obama-ites are so obviously history illiterate.

      • WMCB says:

        My husband’s family is Sicilian. In the old country, they dealt with abusive govt by basically ignoring and frustrating them, creating their own “community” outside govt reach. Is partly why in Italy to this day, tax evasion is a national pastime.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Once the game is up, the pretense of a government of laws that at least tries to be fair and reasonable is gone, then people will naturally move away from it. Perhaps moving more towards agonism in one form or another. And yes, when they no longer buy into the pretense of civilization, people tend to not only not play along any more, but they’ll find ways to at least passively disrupt the system.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Your hubs is right. Have never seen so much disregard of common courtesy – rule of law as is going on now. There are five traffic lights going downtown. Today, one round trip, saw three red lights BLOWN. No enforcement, no compliance. Getting very dangerous out there.

  36. The Klown says:

  37. HELENK3 says:

    what the hell the kids don’t need no stinkin education

    • elliesmom says:

      Federal laws for “Time on Learning” mean schools have to be in session for 185 days. The number of minutes per day is also prescribed. If they close schools for 2 days next week that were not in the school calendar already, then the teachers and the kids will have to go an extra 2 days at the end of the year. I enjoyed a “snow day” as much as the kids did, but it was essentially an unpaid day off. If there are so many days off from school it would make the school year extend into the next fiscal year, which for most cities and towns begins on July 1st, the school district can petition for a waiver. That has to do more with paying for services and other costs with next year’s budget than with educating the kids. I have had a last day of school as late as June 29th, but we never had enough unexpected days off to hit July.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Yeah, but in reality it’s just two days BC of Turkey day. You know that Wed would be pretty much wasted, anyway, right?

  38. HELENK3 says:

    had to turn off my tv
    backtrack spewing again at a high school in Las Vegas. in the mean time HIgh School in Ferguson will be closed due to his BFFS

  39. foxyladi14 says:


  40. WMCB says:

    Reason # 465 why Hillary is no better than the rest of them. She lied. Didn’t mean a word of it, and that’s blindingly evident at this point.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’m secretly watching the Jim Webb 2016 “exploratory” movement. Dems are begging him to take back the party. LOL, though I volunteered for his VA ’06 Senate run, I really didn’t think he had a chance then until George Allen’s “Macaca”, so Webb won by a thread. Webb hates politics, has switched parties, hated the Senate and quit. He may just be the one we’re looking for /sarc. Oh yeah, he took good care of his ground team back in the day, and I was treated to a lovely 5-star (Kingsmill, Williamsburg) evening with Teh Stars ‘apalooza. Amazing night, thank you Virginia Dems for picking up the tab with your leftover money.

  41. DeniseVB says:

    Was going to use this post as a Friday Night Open Thread, but chickened out and put it on my slumblog.

    Still no Ferguson Verdict?

  42. SHV says:

    “As part of his executive order, President Obama suspended the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Secure Communities program. Secure Communities required the FBI to automatically send the fingerprints of anyone arrested by state or local police to DHS for a cross check; DHS could then screen the arrestee to see if the person was either a criminal alien, or someone who fell under civil immigration enforcement priorities.

    The program was responsible for identifying and deporting hundreds of thousands of dangerous criminals who are here illegally and already in custody is no more.”

  43. Constance says:

    What is with these Democrat Presidential hopefuls?
    Hillary Clinton age 69 in 2016
    James Webb age 70 in 2016
    Joe Biden age 74 in 2016
    Elizabeth Warren age 67 in 2016
    Jerry Brown age 78 in 2016
    Obama is 53, so do they think any of these old farts will appeal to young vapid Obots? Jerry Brown is the only one with experience running anything.

  44. SHV says:

    Friday News Dump:
    “Up to 30,000 missing emails sent by former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner have been recovered by the IRS inspector general, five months after they were deemed lost forever.”

    • Lulu says:

      Friday dump after bait and switch speechifying. Same old crap. One trick ponies. Cascading disaster is their modus operandi. I hope Lois will now stay inside and hire a dog walker.

    • Constance says:

      YEA! I can’t wait to read what they find in those E-mails. I hope the media are as dedicated to sniffing out any improper behavior in the Lerner e-mails as they were looking for dirt in Palins official e-mails.

    • HELENK3 says:

      stole it

  45. WMCB says:

    This is how delusional the left is. Ed Schultz thinks voters voting for R’s means they owe Obama loyalty somehow. Because Faith.

    • WMCB says:

    • WMCB says:

      • mothy6767 says:

        Dead on. Over the last 6 years I have found new respect for my religious upbringing. Catholics are consistently attacked on tv and film. I am not a zealot but my history is of value to me. I spent most of my life in progressive circles and taking no personal responsibility is a major tenet. Mocking Catholics is just dandy.
        Islam not so much.
        Was pushed into the corner to defend and found it very interesting that most of FOX news is Catholic(Kimberlu Guilfoye, Elizabet Hasselbeck, Eric Bollig and others)
        I am gay but that doesn’t exempt me from questioning. I sometimes think it is all mythology but then I try to think about how the universe can have an end and if so what is beyond it. My tiny brain is overwhelmed.
        To have my childhood mocked is insulting.
        Progs seem to want a pass on guilt. Guilt is not shame. You learn actions have consequences. You take responsibility for who you are and how you behave. To me ownership of my actions is a big part of religion. I have screwed up. Spent time getting bottom so I could get laid. Other people may think sex without consequences is fine. Not how I was raised. I had to hide from myself.
        You do not get a pass on bad behavior because the world is not just. Ferguson is a perfect example.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Yep, nail on head.

    • swanspirit says:

      The people at MSNBC are living in their own reality , I watched today for a few minutes , and they are just not connected to the same reality we live in .

  46. HELENK3 says:

    holder’s dept of crime sending FBI to ferguson . guess they are there to watch the cops

  47. lyn says:

    Re: Ferguson. I think they are trying to get an indictment.

    • mothy6767 says:

      Seems to me this is one of those for the greater good scenarios. Let in millions of kids carrying a lethal virus but it is for the greater good. Ebola. Risk a few lives but the greater good. Never offend muslims the greater good. Translate to the wives, kids, parents who have lost an integral piece of their lives because some elitist says the anguish you feel is justified because the gang banger grew up in that society. Justify Suckaburger donating 100 million to open borders and him buying all the property around his house and building a fence.
      Working as a community organizer is not charity. He was paid. Justify Meecheele wanting to say every kid who gets any aid for school will do government ordered volunteer work.
      To echo the Catholic bit when what have the ebolas done shit. I am no hero but I have taught a few people to read. Easy for me I just had to see what they were saying. I spent my own time and money on bus. The brats dance school which takes place in a Lutheren church asks for canned food as payment to see the show. All goes to the food bank.
      Costs me 55/month for jazz/hip hop/ modern/ ballet and jazz. So cheap. I still smoke but I went to the 1.25 a pack cigars. I Save 5 dollars per day buying cheap smokes. My savings pay for dance and half of Tae Kwon Do. I stopped buying coffee and saved 30. I pack a lunch. I moved in with my parents to give this girl everything I can. I have really good parents even though they dislike homosexuals. They are retired so I pay for all the extracurricular stuff. I CANNOT write them off because I am gay.
      They are the best. My father is working as a driver for the railroad my mother who is a retired nurse is looking at home health care work. She is my grand niece her little arms wrapped around in daycare. NO going back. What was the alternative she become a state supported kid. Playpen lined along a wall. The
      She did not go back. I did not return to NYC my mom my dad gave everything to enrich her life. I am supposed to be embarrassed that I live in my parents basement. Whatever. There exists a little girl with hope and potential. She is not poor me. I have invested 7 years in her life to pray she sees the bigger world. I am so sad that so many kids are going to grow up with limited imaginations.

    • WMCB says:

      I think so too. I think they had a “no indictment” leaning grand jury, and all sorts of pressure is being brought to bear.

  48. WMCB says:

    Tell me again how the left’s supposed “multiculturalism” isn’t just a back door way to destroy actual Western culture.

    • WMCB says:

      It’s not about “diversity” or “let’s all appreciate each other” (most of us actually have no problem with that.) It’s about tearing down and destroying anything and everything that “old European white men” ever built, by any means necessary.

        • WMCB says:

          Thank you. It does give more context. I still think she’s wrong and naive, and here’s why: She’s insisting that Norwegian women need to adapt/be aware of these attitudes to be safe (which advice may well be true as a practical matter), but is avoiding like an elephant in the room the underlying question of WHY IS NORWAY IMPORTING THESE SAVAGES IN THE FIRST PLACE.

          Since when did “diversity” become a primary goal that is not to be questioned under any circumstances? Why is it just assumed as a “given” that it’s a good thing, therefore we have to adapt to it? Why? Who said? Why is “diversity” an unquestioned good, and the only argument is how they’re going to deal with it? Why are Norwegian women even being put in that position to have to make those choices?

          • lyn says:

            Exactly. Why do Norwegian women have to adapt to Muslim men in their country?
            The Muslims should be the ones adapting to Western culture.

          • The Klown says:

            If I moved to Mexico I would adopt their language and customs. I’d still be a foreigner, but I wouldn’t expect them to adapt to me.

          • WMCB says:

            YES. If they can adapt and assimilate, fine – but they’ve demonstrated they can’t/won’t.

            That’s the thing that bugs me, even with the “more context”. Okay, maybe she was mostly just offering practical safety advice, not endorsing the behavior. But she accepts as a given that women must be put in that position for the greater good of diversity. NO.

    • Constance says:

      So women should carry loaded guns.

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  50. 1539days says:

    Does WordPress have to screw with the interface on a daily basis? Now, they got rid of the menu button for add new post so I have to use the banner.

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