What is the Democrats’ Solution To the Immigration Crisis?

Yesterday some drunken/drugged old hag was seen rambling semi-incoherently:

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Monday questioned “the point” of having scheduled deportations and immigration raids. Her statement was a clear reference to the massive operation that was scheduled to take place in 10 cities on Sunday but was put on hold at the last minute.

Pelosi told a group of people in New York that President Donald Trump’s raids were “appalling,” TheBlaze reported.

“When I saw that the president was going to have these raids—I mean it was so appalling; it’s outside the circle of civilized human behavior to just be kicking down doors, splitting up families, and the rest of that, in addition to the injustices that are happening at the border,” Pelosi said. “We have legislation to go forward to address those needs, but in terms of interior enforcement, what’s the – what’s the point?”

According to Pelosi “a violation of status is not a reason for deportation.”

Is she serious?

This woman is running the House of Representatives. She’s the third in line to take control of our country, should things go really, really south. And she doesn’t understand that breaking an immigration law is reason for deportation?

It’s really not that complex or hard to understand. We have immigration laws. Our immigration laws say people who want to live and reside in the United States need permission to come to our nation. They need to fill out paperwork, pay a fee, go through the interview process and prove themselves worthy of becoming American citizens. We have a right to know who is coming to our country and why. We have a vested interest in who decides to come here. It’s a matter of national security.

We are in the middle of an illegal immigration crisis. Millions of foreigners are currently living in this country illegally. Bizarrely, Democrats tried to claim there was no immigration crisis earlier this year when Trump declared that illegal immigration was a national emergency.

Trump campaigned on the issue of illegal immigration. His promise to build a wall was repeated at every campaign rally. The Democrats were shocked by Trump winning and shocked again when he tried to keep his promise. They have opposed anything and everything Trump has tried to fix the problem. But their opposition to immigration reform predates Trump taking office. For at least 20 years the Democrats have been declaring that the cities they control are sanctuaries for illegal aliens.

Democrats claim they are opposed to open borders. So what do they want? Assuming we can get them to admit there is a crisis on our southern border, what solution(s) do they propose?

Democrats oppose building a wall. They have made it clear that they will not agree to a single penny to build a wall. They claim it would be a waste of money and it would not work. While it is true that a wall would not be a panacea for all our immigration problems, wasting money on things that don’t work has never bothered Democrats before.

Democrats oppose all forms of prevention. To hear them tell it, everyone on the planet has a right to come to America. When Trump tried to temporarily ban people from certain countries, the Democrats flew to Hawaii to get a friendly judge to issue a nationwide injunction. Democrats had a hissy fit when Trump ordered the military to go help the Border Patrol.

Democrats oppose holding children in detention with their parents while their asylum claims are adjudicated. But they object to separating families too. And they object to deporting any immigrants, including those convicted of crimes.

Last but not least, the Democrats object to anyone disagreeing with them. If you object to millions of poor, illiterate Central Americans flooding into our communities, you are a racist.

The Democrats object to Trump stopping immigrants from coming here or sending back the ones already here. Is there anything the Democrats will agree to?

Sure. The Democrats will agree to amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens who are already here. They will agree to a path to citizenship as long as that path is short and unobstructed. And they will agree to Trump resigning.

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178 Responses to What is the Democrats’ Solution To the Immigration Crisis?

  1. DandyTIger says:

    The Dem party is effectively a drunk, crazy lady party. So Nancy is the perfect leader for them. What’s crazy is how anyone takes them seriously.

  2. Dora says:

    I had a feeling that this driver was an illegal.

  3. lyn says:

    Nancy’s spark of divinity raped the disabled woman twice and then went back to kill her.

    • taw46 says:

      I read that earlier, disgusting. Court let him go, now he’s on the loose. Free to rape again.

      • Constance says:

        I have always thought that there is a brand of Democrat man who likes women being terrorized by free rapists.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    A little music to go with the Pelosi theme. I found it hard to understand some of the lyrics, still cute.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Is there anything Democrats are pro-American on besides giving away free sh*t to freeloaders, most of them non-citizens too.

  6. John Denney says:

    Pelosi thought it was fine to pass a bill to see what was in it.

    We have to build the wall to see what it keeps out.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Even though Stossel takes a small snip at Trump, he skewers the rest of them, gleefully….

  8. DeniseVB says:


  9. elliesmom says:

    Totally off topic. If you order 3 of something, but when the package arrives, it has 4 instead, and you let the company know they sent you one too many, and they don’t respond, how long before you can assume it was a gift?

  10. Dora says:

    It sounds like something Obama would have done.

  11. Dora says:

    Happy Birthday George. Thanks for warning us.


    On George Orwell’s 116th Birthday, Here’s Why the ‘Animal Farm’ Author is Still Relevant
    On the 116th birth anniversary of the great British writer, here are some quotes by George Orwell that remain relevant even in the present time.

  12. Angie says:

  13. Angie says:

    The Dem solution is open borders.
    Only illegals from 3rd world shit holes want to vote for them.

    • Anthony says:

      And my broke down, dumbass, cousin-fucking, whiskey swilling, thievin’ whore of a Governor just sign a law giving them driver’s licenses and voting rights. Now you know why I want to move??

  14. Mothy67 says:

    Anyone going to watch debates? Hard pass from me.

    • Anthony says:

      I’m content to (possibly) watch the morning after clips. Lets keep this real – there will be NO Democrat debates. Rather, there will be a 2 year Trump bashing festival.

      Ever since Trump was elected, all we know about the Democrats is that they hate Trump. thats all we heard from Hillary during her campaign, and thats all we’ve heard from anyone in their broke down party.

      What I’d like to hear are some policy ideas. You hate Trump? Got it. Now what are YOU going to do that’s better? So far, just crickets and 😡range man bad!’

    • DandyTIger says:

      I can’t afford to lose any more IQ points. 🙂

    • taw46 says:

      I don’t even know when they are on, so that would be a “no” from me. Besides, I can only take their batshit crazy in very short clips.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I can’t wait to see the swallowswell clips! I think he should run E. coli (e jean carrol)

      • DeniseVB says:

        It was hard enough watching the GOP debates and I liked most of those guys.

      • Constance says:

        I know. I’ts more like a batshit crazy contest than a debate. They can just select their leader of anti American batshitery and I will ignore it all until I go vote for Trump.

    • blowme0bama says:

      I’m sure there will be plenty of outrageous comments / proposals that will come out in “highlight” clips.

  15. Mothy67 says:

    So how many student loans were taken out to cover room and board. A person who worked, paid rent, bought food for himself over a four year period gets told the government is going to reimburse students, but not the worker???? My niece is attending Pitt she chose not to commute. Her choice. Her debt.

    • 1539days says:

      I bought a car with student loan money.

      • taw46 says:

        Many years ago when I attended college, I had a government loan. But it was ONLY for my tuition. When did they allow students to take massive amounts of money in loans to pay for apartments, cars, partying, travel? I’ve read so many tweets from people who did that. Is there no limit, no tracking of what their actual tuition costs should be? No wonder there is massive student loan debt.

        • lyn says:

          My hubby still bitches about my student debt of $3,800 compared with his $400 ($1,200 of mine went to the quarter I studied in London). We paid it off in four years when I got the first job ($800 a month) and he received a signing bonus with the Air National Guard. I put myself through college with work study, grants and a $500 a year scholarship. Hubby had SS, grants, work study and earnings from good construction jobs that paid his way. (We married after college.)

          • taw46 says:

            Yes, I paid mine back in a few years. Also, my first job was with the school system, so the loan was reduced a certain amount for every year I stayed there. Five years, then I left.

            I had a dream school I wanted to attend, but we couldn’t afford it. Today, they don’t want to sacrifice or make hard choices, want everything given to them. And no, not all are like that. But too many are.

        • 1539days says:

          There’s a certain amount to cover “expenses” you can take out. The reality is, it’s a loan. While the interest rates are a little lower, a “government” loan allows the lender to go after you until the end of time to pay it. It doesn’t even get discharged in a bankruptcy.

  16. Mothy67 says:


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  18. taw46 says:

    If you have any interest, the Daily Mail has quite a few stories on the Obamas. First, all about their luxurious week in France, also spending time with Bono. Now they are in Italy staying with the Clooneys. One of the articles said they flew across the Atlantic in their private plane. I doubt it was theirs, probably someone supplied it. Not bad for a couple who were up to their eyeballs in debt before moving to the WH. 🤑 Treason pays well.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Trump is triggering the snowflakes again.

    “You shall know the truth, and the truth will set your hair on fire.”

  20. taw46 says:

    Let me just get this selfie before I go inside….

    • taw46 says:

      I think a couch flew by. 😳

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        That was an intersectional feminist.

        She was riding on a broom.

        • Mothy67 says:

          Have you ever heard of a terf? Discovered it on Titania’s feed today.
          “TERF is an acronym for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist. Sometimes, “exclusionary” is expanded as “eliminationist” or “exterminationist” instead to more accurately convey the degree to which TERFs advocate for harm towards trans people, specifically trans people who were coercively assigned male at birth. Some TERFs call themselves “gender-critical feminists”, a term which is synonymous with “TERF”.”
          Yep they want us to pay for education that leads to this quackery.

          • Miranda says:

            TERF is basically ‘anyone who doesn’t thing the trans movement is the best thing ever’. If you believe women and girls deserve man-free locker rooms and bathrooms and that maybe giving pre-pubescent kids hormones to prevent puberty, you’re a terf.

          • votermom says:

            Yeah, I srlf- identify as TERF
            Trans – Embargoing Rationak Female

  21. Mothy67 says:

    Comments from the tolerant left are pro-spittimg.

  22. taw46 says:

  23. taw46 says:

    I retweeted, as did over 11,000 people so far.

  24. taw46 says:

    Read the post article. Majority of students do not owe $100,000 plus in debt. That’s what those in charge want you to believe.

    • taw46 says:

      I get sick of listening to AOC whine about her student debt. She went from making about $27,000 to $174,000. If she can’t pay off her student debt on that salary, then she has bigger problems.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Che OC is also renting a ritzy Capitol Hill apt and has a car she drives to “work” with. The Hill is only a 12 minute walk from her apt. Ms. New Green Deal is a load of crap.

    • Miranda says:

      Things I did to avoid student debt:

      Worked hard in high school and got scholarships.
      Lived at home for the 4 years of attending my local college.
      Graduated in 4 years, due to sticking with my major (I moved from Chemical Engineering to Chemistry in Freshman year, but that didn’t change anything), not taking extraneous classes, and took classes in Summer.

      Several years later, when I went back for my masters, I took the classes at night, while working during the day. For the last year, Mom gave me a chunk of money, so I could wind everything up but as she said ‘You’ll inherit it anyway’, and I was always willing to pay it back.

      mr.mir had a student loan, but he worked all the way through college as well.

    • Somebody says:

      I have no sympathy for people with 6 figure student loan debt, well maybe an MD student. If you chose to go into $100,000 or more debt for a degree in gender studies or puppetry arts, then you’re a dumbass and deserve what you got. Can’t find a job? Oh geez I’m shocked, shocked I tell ya 🙄

      I see no difference in idiots like that and people that mortgage their house to the nines and lose it in Vegas. Why should hard working people give a damn or a dime to help you out. You make bad choices you live with the consequences. Oh my did that statement trigger you? Good!

      Paying off student loans, reparations, all of the bullshit the D candidates are promising is pandering at it’s worse. Newsflash snowflakes, it’s not free you’ll still be paying for it just in a different way. The tooth fairy and Santa are not real, grow up already.

      • Constance says:

        I feel the same way. I had around $2000. in student loans in 1975 when I graduated and paid them off within 5 years. Now that I have retired (except for my Airbnb activities) I’m mostly around retired people. I am just shocked at the number of people who haven’t made any provisions for retirement. Nothing! Average social security payment is $1,400. a month for men and $1,200. a month for women. Also something like 60% take their social security at age 62 which lowers the amount you get for the rest of your life. I don’t have a lot of sympathy. I have a lot of people tell me “I couldn’t have strangers on my property so, no, to Airbnb” Well fine folks but I lock the Airbnb rooms off from the rest of the house and make a $30,000. a year at it so I can live comfortably. It’s better than being poor.

  25. Dora says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Tyler Perry ain’t leaving Atlanta either. He built his studios on an old Confederate base site and creating tons of jobs for locals. He’s been very successful and not going to poke Georgia in the eye.

      • elliesmom says:

        Kathy Bates, Olivia Wilde, Jon Hamm, and Sam Rockwell to star? Any of them going to turn down the role?

        • Somebody says:

          More celebs to add to my list 🙄 Is Kathy Bates going to play Hillary or more likely Melania 🙄 Most of Hollywood has serious TDS. They’re too stupid to realize they are alienating half their audience

  26. Mothy67 says:

    I know I’m terrible, but this made me laugh

  27. Mothy67 says:

    • Somebody says:

      😂😂 Mine too 😂😂

    • elliesmom says:

      When my daughter graduated from college, her friends asked her if her parents were giving her a car for graduation. She said we had given her something better. She was graduating debt-free. Maybe we should have bought her a car instead.

      • DeniseVB says:

        We bought our son a old Datsun “beater” for his h.s. graduation since he had a full time summer job lined up. (actually, beach life guard by day, pizza delivery at night). It worked well for me, since I’d never see my car again. He kept that car through college. Nissan should have never stopped building that model, son proved it could actually run a few hundred miles without oil.

        • Constance says:

          I gave both my kids beaters when they turned 16, They were both swimmers and had to be at the pool, in the water by 5 am. I drove one day. That was the end of that and I got them their own car.

  28. taw46 says:

    “To be honest with you, I don’t think most of that money is actually being properly used in our country, mainly in Guatemala,” Duarte told me. “A lot of that money goes to NGOs who spend it on mostly doing analysis and white papers sent studies. The money’s not really going towards the people. There’s no significant projects that really help us along those lines.”

  29. DeniseVB says:


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  31. Somebody says:

    So I have a question for everybody, be honest.

    If you were outside and there was a loud crash sound at your neighbor’s, followed by screams and cursing through obvious tears. I’ll add you can see your neighbor in their driveway.

    Would you ignore your neighbor?
    Would you stand and stare?
    Would you hurry inside your house?
    Would you walk over and see if your neighbor needs help?

    I’m the kind of person that is always willing to lend a hand, but that’s me. I’m just trying to figure out if I’m unrealistic, am I that odd. People are different these days.

    Obviously I had a situation yesterday. Got to spend some QT with my son at the local ER. It just really bothers me what assholes my neighbors were. I know, just let it go and I will, but I just couldn’t stand and stare at someone I thought was hurt. I’m just wondering if I’m weird and behind the times or is my assessment that I’ve had for years that my neighbors are all assholes correct. Doesn’t matter, won’t change anything…..I’ll just file it away for like say the next hurricane……sorry can’t spare a morsel 😛

    • DandyTIger says:

      I’d go over and see if they’re OK. Even if it were the evil neighbor that every neighborhood seems to have. 🙂

    • Mothy67 says:

      I think it would depend on a few factors. If there was no way I could be of help I’d go inside. Definitely not stare.

    • Anthony says:

      I’d check on them. If they raised a fuss about that, I’d give them something to realky scream and curse about; might even go back home to get the wooden spoon lol (my mom’s weapon of choice)

    • elliesmom says:

      In my neighborhood everybody checks on everybody. If you don’t need help, you thank them for their concern, but tell them you’re fine. Fortunately for me. they don’t always take that for an answer. But no one is what I could call nosey. If everything really is OK, they just smile and move on. My neighbor, Diane, will give you a hug because she needs one. It took me, Miss Don’t Touch Me, to catch on to that, but now it’s all good. She can have a hug when she thinks I need one. ❤

      • Somebody says:

        My old neighborhood was like that, this one not so much. If I ever move out of this house I will never, ever buy another house in a golf club McMansion neighborhood. It is a collection of absolute assholes. They’re nosey, busy bodies too via the HOA.

        If I won the lottery most likely I’d choose to live isolated in the piney woods, but if I bought in a neighborhood I’d choose a modest middle class neighborhood with decent people.

        My teen “helped me” last weekend and moved some boards. I didn’t pay much mind to what she did with them. They were precariously balanced near the end of the garage. I cut the grass, grabbed the weedeater, knocked the boards and they both landed on my right foot, one bounced onto my left for good measure 🙄

        I’m fine, hurt like hell😖 I immediately had a huge, black goose egg on top of my right foot, right where the bones intersect, we all have a ridge there. I estimated last night each board weighed 20 pounds. I researched this morning and found out they each weighed about 45 pounds 🙄 Luckily I did NOT break anything, so I look at the incident as a self administered bone density test 😛

        I’ve lived in this area my entire life. Most of my extended family is here. I’ve got friends going back to childhood, plenty of people to call to help me. I just thought it was exceptionally rude of my neighbors 4 houses with people outside, just staring like I was acting out the movie of the week 🙄 Guy next door was out with his dog, he scurried inside quickly. God forbid I might ask for the fucking time of day 🙄

        Like I said, filed away……big file of crap like this, HUGE. Meh, at least I know they’ll all avoid me even harder as long as I’m hobbled 😂 Hubby comes home next week, if he gives any of them the time of day I’ll go ballistic. These were all men on the street I’m speaking of. When hubby comes home he has a penis so they talk to him. He would be well advised to ignore them. I can’t figure out if these men reverted to childhood in their senior years and girls have cooties, if they’re afraid I’ll ask for their help or if they’re afraid I want to jump their bones because I somehow find them irresistible🙄 They all hang together, gossip, drink, etc. I call them the jackass club 😂

        • elliesmom says:

          Elliesdad is mostly invisible in the neighborhood. I keep the car in the garage, and the garage is accessible from inside the house. I added a porch across the front of the house, but he prefers to sit on the deck in the back. We moved in just before Christmas so while I was out and about walking Ellie and dealing with the snow, no one saw him. There’s a group of guys in the neighborhood, mostly retired from the post office, who take their coffee down to the beach and let their dogs run around there even when it’s cold weather. The beach is on my walking route with Ellie, and she and I were made very welcome. Like most guys, they talked about sports, what was going on in town politically, and the amount of snow we did or didn’t have. Nothing very personal. When spring came, the guy across the street caught sight of Elliesdad getting in our car. The next day he told me there had been a lot of speculation about whether I was widowed or divorced and whether one of the guys was going to be brave and ask. I asked him if being married was going to get me kicked out of the club. He said no, but at least one of the guys was going to be disappointed. We had a good laugh. When Elliesdad took a nasty spill on our driveway, they were all there to help, one of them had already called the EMTs, and they came back later to make sure he was OK. I’ve always got along better with guys than I do with most women. Maybe it’s having 3 brothers and no sisters.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Girl cooties are the worst.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I misread your original comment, while I was typing, you were sharing what happened 🙂

        • DeniseVB says:

          The reason we stay in VB, I want to move to an inner city historic district, dh wants the country club atomosphere. Therefore, we stay 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’d go over and see if they need help, unless I saw half the block already there helping and 911 has already been called, then I’d stay out of the way. We heard a crash from inside our house one Thanksgiving night. A drunk driver took a turn too fast, lost control and ended up t-boning a car parked on the street next door so hard it knocked the parked car into the neighbors yard and the drunk and his car ended up in the yard across the street. Nobody was hurt, but two houses down were having a party (where the owner of the t-boned car was), so there were more drunks on the street “helping”. We watched from our front porch after Marty checked it out and EMS was on the way. It was quite an amusing night. The driver didn’t have a scratch on him but they put him in the ambulance anyhow, still so drunk he couldn’t walk on his own.

      So, what happened? Is your son okay?

    • lateblum says:

      I’d go see if I could help – unless people were already helping. I’ve taken people to the ER, called the PD, and notified others in my building if there was a problem that might affect others. But that’s just me.
      I hope everything is okay today. ❤️

    • votermom says:

      I’d walk over with cell, locking my door behind me, to see what’s up and if I can help

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      In my neighborhood, if they see someone being loaded in an ambulance or stuffed in the back of a police car everyone will rush over to their house to make sure their belongings are safe. Then, just to be sure, they carry off anything that isn’t nailed down and take it home with them to keep it safe.

    • Ann says:

      In my neighborhood, if someone were home they would run over… BUT, my street is full of doctors. When we moved in we were one of only two households that wasn’t some sort of MD (it is now up to six houses, but there are still more doctors than not on the street). It is simply in their nature.

      I hope you are better soon, Somebody.

      • Somebody says:

        I’m fine. I’m a tough old bitty. My kids were freaked out and wanted me to go to ER. Teen daughter immediately called her brother. I wanted to sleep on it and decide today if it warranted medical attention. Kids called hubby, nag, nag I finally agreed to go to ER.

        I thought I was getting a little ego boost, but apparently it was just a diss on my son 🙄 Staff was like no way he’s your son. Why yes he is, I had him at 12, such a slut my parents should have locked me up. Really 12? 🙄 Doctor, “No shame in being a teen mother, he seems to have turned out well” ……It’s a joke, I was 22🙄 Sheesh 🙄

        Then later…..doctor “Well with our seniors we worry about fall risk, we don’t want to add to your already higher fall risk. So, no crutches. We’d prefer you use a cane or walker for better balance. No boot either, don’t want an uneven gait” 🙄 “You’d be best to just take it easy and keep your foot elevated and ice every 2 hours, maybe watch some movies or do some crosswords or knitting”

        I so wanted to reply AYFKM? What part of I was grabbing the weedeater escaped you bitch? They held me 2 hours because my blood pressure was high. They put me on full monitors, can’t wait for that bill 🙄 My BP kept getting higher the more annoyed I got. 😁 Finally, figured out had to calm my ass down to get out of there and did deep breathing. Also, shift change brought a new nurse who changed the cuff to one that actually fit….boom massive drop in BP……went from 177/97 to 131/67, monitors off, released! Didn’t argue over wheelchair ride…….at my age you can’t be too careful there are so many chairs in the waiting room……I smile and say, OK that would be lovely, son get the 🚗

        Very young fresh out of med school doctor. I’m sure she’s competent but perhaps she’s better suited to pediatrics 🙄

    • blowme0bama says:

      I’m not sure I’m understanding the circumstances. If you’re talking about a domestic quarrel – I’m not getting involved in that unless it sounds like someone is really getting hurt and it’s going on for a while, then I’ll call the cops. If you’re talking about some accident and someone is hurt, of course I’ll go check on them, even though there’s only minimal interaction between us.

      • Somebody says:

        Understand about domestic violence, this wasn’t that type of thing at all. My husband is working out of town, everybody on the street knows that so domestic violence never should have entered the equation.

      • Constance says:

        With domestic violence I go up to the house and yell, in a motherizing voice, “Hey I’m calling the cops dude, you need to switch into the “baby I’ll never do it again phase or prepare to be arrested”.
        If I hear what I think is an accident I reluctantly walk over to see what happened but I’m always afraid of what sort of broken person I’ll find so it’s hard for me to do.

        • lateblum says:

          That reminds me of last year and the 12 times my neighbors and I called the PD because thencouple living on the 2nd floor was so verbally abusive toward each other. And did I mention LOUD ? They were so loud and angry that they didn’t respond to the knock on their front door even though it was after midnight. Even when the police came, they didn’t respond. By the fourth time, the husband left out the back door and the wife answered the door saying, “ Why hello officer. Wrong? There’s nothing wrong. As you can see, I’m all alone here.” By the 6th time, the police sent 4 men; 2 for the front, and 2 for the back exit from the building.
          One Saturday morning, the started at noon instead of their usual 10 p.m. I texted the wife and said if they didn’t stop RIGHT NOW I would call the police. Oddly enough, she texted me back and said “okay”. They were quiet that weekend.
          There was never any physical abuse, but the verbal content was not only abusive, but destroyed nearly the entire year. They were fined by the HOA and at one point, the GOA
          attorneywrote s cease and desist letter and warned them they would have to move even though they owned the unit. It was an ugly time.

  32. DeniseVB says:

    I always watch this channel when I visit NYC. Of course NYC provides enough local news to support their own 24/7 news channel 😀 Found this interesting……

    • Mothy67 says:

      I used to live with NY1 on. Loved the New York Minute.

      • DeniseVB says:

        It’s a must watch for tourists, very helpful information on weather, subways and local events for the day. Plus Pat Keirnan reading the local papers in the morning was my favorite thing with hotel room coffee. 🙂

  33. Angie says:

    In case this simple bitch’s bad emoting wasn’t enough to tell you these photos were fake:

    • DeniseVB says:

      That’s so bizarre. Her reactions remind me of the even more bizarre show “The Swan” and how contestants would react to their post-plastic surgery new faces and bodies.

  34. Angie says:

    And in case her obvious nuttiness didn’t tell you she was lying about the rape in an *empty* Bergdorf Goodman

  35. taw46 says:

    “But there is another group, more toxic to the body politic than most: the haughty, self-described “Undocumented and Unafraid” clique. I mean the “undocumented” activists, organizers, and political operatives who have reaped the generosity of this country, only to spit in its face.

    There is, to start, Lizbeth Mateo, an illegal alien appointed to state office in California. Her inaugural tweet was kindly directed at former Attorney General Jeff Sessions: “Fuck you @jeffsessions!! You coward piece of shit. You think this is going to change the resolve of these families? You don’t know the strength and courage of my community.”


  36. helenk3 says:


    the dems do not want illegal immigrants to have any price to pay for the crime of coming here illegally and for American citizens not to have any benefits for being a legal citizen of this country

  37. Dora says:

    This is wonderful to watch. I love it.

    • taw46 says:

      Thanks for posting. I enjoy seeing videos of everyday life from the past.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I follow a couple of historic NY FB pages full of these old movies. I’m addicted to them 🙂

    • Somebody says:

      That was really cool Dora. Everybody in suits, dresses and the hats! Loved the cars mingled with the horse drawn wagons. I wonder if any of them imagined the gridlock to come on the streets they were traversing? Thanks for sharing!

    • SHV says:

      I always enjoy watching those videos. Seems like all of the men dressed in shirt/tie and suits + hat. Reminds me of a photo of my Grandfather and two friends from early 1920s; they had gone fishing and were standing behind about a dozen large striped bass and were holding fishing rods. All were dress in white shirts/ties, three piece suits and Homburg hats.

    • lateblum says:

      That was wonderful to watch. I loved seeing the summer clothing of those days.

  38. taw46 says:

    “Yuri Bezmenov, a Soviet journalist and former PGU KGB informant who defected to Canada, once used the term “useful idiots” to describe leftists who “serve a purpose only at the stage of destabilization of a nation.” He added, “For example, your leftists in the United States: all these professors and all these beautiful civil rights defenders. They are instrumental in the process of the subversion only to destabilize a nation. When their job is completed, they are not needed any more.”


    • DeniseVB says:

      It’s funny, the left always had a fringe left wing full of anarchists and commies. When I did anti-war marches during GWB, it was mostly grassroots, moderate Dems like myself, but we’d have to sit through 2 hours of speeches from the wingnut groups, all bleating their grievances about something we didn’t understand. I just remember them being very angry and thinking they were in the wrong country.

      These same groups rose in numbers under Obama, like OWS and BLM, most of those are in Antifa now. Useful idiots is a very good description of them, they “think” they’re changing the world, lol.

      These all come under the umbrella of United for Peace and Justice :


  39. taw46 says:

    This is the house where Joe lives. Just renting it for now. Look at the video, it supposedly rents for $20,000 per month, although I doubt he has to pay that much.


    “This isn’t the home that Biden owns though. This is.

    Since leaving the vice presidency, Biden has rented the McLean home and purchased a $2.7 million, 4,800-square-foot vacation house near the water in Rehoboth Beach, Del., to go along with his primary residence, the nearly 7,000-square-foot lakeside home he built more than two decades ago in Wilmington, Del.

    And they say Democrats don’t do anything for the little guy.”

  40. Dora says:

    Alan Dershowitz says Mueller faces grilling over claims FBI spied on Trump campaign and that the Democrats have ‘shot themselves in the foot’ in demanding his testimony


    • DandyTIger says:

      I suspect Mueller either won’t answer those questions or will lie.

    • taw46 says:

      I doubt the Republicans will even get to ask those questions. It appears the Dems are restricting what can be discussed. Mueller said he would only appear to talk about his report, nothing else. Dems agreed.

  41. Dora says:

    It’s true.

  42. lateblum says:

    I hope I’m wrong, but I’d lay odds the pro-life ad will be cut before it can ever be seen on MSNBC or any other network.

  43. taw46 says:

  44. lyn says:

    • taw46 says:

      The left will say it is all lies. They won’t even bother to look up any of those facts. Last night I came across a thread talking about Carroll’s accusations. More than one person said it was ridiculous what the right said about Biden putting his hands on the shoulders of ONE woman. The C-SPAN clips were everywhere last year, Joe with his hands all over women and children. Don’t let facts get in the way. Today MJ was repeating “Trump lets children sleep on concrete floors”, no mention of the fact that the photos were from 2015. I doubt we will ever see MSM tell any truths about the Obama administration.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    I have no words that would make these actors think a propagandized “play” would help our country. My “entertainment” list gets shorter every day 😦

  46. taw46 says:

    Off to Japan today.

  47. taw46 says:

    So true.

  48. Dora says:

  49. Mothy67 says:

    Andy funny and so are comments.
    I hadn’t thought about it , but gingers definitely deserve reparations.

    • Constance says:

      Hey! What about women. We were second class non voting citizens for 50 years after black men could vote. We deserve reparations. And of course I am awaiting my check as a descendant of an indentured servant who was indentured for longer than the life expectancy at the time.

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  51. taw46 says:

  52. DeniseVB says:

    Nancy Mace just announced she’s running for Congress ! We need more Nancys in Congress 😀

  53. lyn says:


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