Wizblab Open Thread Starter: Obama’s Best Effort to Erase U.S. Borders Succeeding

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Thousands of young teens from Mexico and Central and South America are streaming across our southern border because Obama has signaled with his pandering to the growing Hispanic population here in the U.S. that amnesty is just on the verge of being doled out to criminals and lawbreakers everywhere.

Most of these jobless, skill-free kids with no education, no prospects, and rife with disease are coming here without any parents, too, expecting that as soon as King Barack decrees them to be sudden “Americans” they can then bring in their dozens of family members here.

This President is surging ahead with his goal to destroy this country because he realizes he only has a few years left to do so. This is just one more weapon at his disposal and he’s deploying it with gusto.

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Posted by on June 14, 2014.
Filed under Asshats, Barack Obama, Big government, Constitutional Issues, corruption, Culture, Culture Of Corruption, Democrats, Immigration, Liberals, Open Thread.
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  • LiberalNightmare

    I guess we should be glad that the SEIU isnt busing them in, but its too soon to say that wont happen.

    • jim_m

      If you use Chico’s logic, we can conclude that the SEIU already is because someone somewhere thinks that it is likely.

      • Jwb10001

        Chico’s logic…. hummm an new oxymoron.

    • http://www.rustedsky.net JLawson

      I don’t think so – the SEIU has no interest in adding a labor pool that’d work for cheaper than union wages – and be glad to do so.

  • twolaneflash

    Ah, Chico. He’s become a star of the Left. Do you think he looks more like Alan Colmes, James Carville, or Helen Thomas?

  • twolaneflash

    Borders? We don’t need no stinkin’ borders. Rule the world!

  • twolaneflash

    I suggest we mass on the southern border and clean house all the way to Patagonia: annexation Putin-style. It will make Canadians quake in their snowshoes.

    • jim_m

      We’re already paying so many of them Welfare we might as well.

  • JWH

    Since it’s an open thread, I’d like to offer up this story:

    http://www.goshennews.com/local/x1927799187/Fired-German-teacher-files-EEOC-complaint-against-Middlebury-Community-Schools

    My initial opinion: A public-school principal shouldn’t email his staff and tell them to “get down on their knees and pray” for weather. It’s inappropriate. But a teacher should not “reply all” with comments about a “mystical sky daddy.” If atheism were an organized religion, I’d call for Mr. Park to be excommunicated.

    • warnertoddhuston

      I am reluctant to believe that report because it is 100% reported from the militant atheists’s perspective.

      • JWH

        Not 100 percent from the militant atheist’s perspective. If you read further into the article, it becomes clear that if the report is accurate, the atheist was kind of a dick.

        • jim_m

          Kind of? “Get down on your knees and prey” is a colloquial expression. If you wanted to complain about anything it is the dreadful grammar in the Principal’s communications.

          • JWH

            Jim M, you are completely wrong, as usual.

            In my analysis, the ATHEIST TEACHER had the lousier grammar.

          • jim_m

            LOL,

            Yeah, but they fired him.

          • JWH

            In seriousness, if the teacher thought that the principal had gone over the line, he should have addressed it privately with the principal, preferably over email, and without the “mystical sky god” language. It’s sufficient to say, “I’m not religious, and I feel like some of your conduct is coercive and inappropriate, here’s why … blah blah blah.”

            I can’t speak to whether “get down on your knees and pray” is a colloquialism, but even I know there’s a difference between an over-the-top metaphor in an email and the boss opening a meeting by saying, “Get down on your knees and pray.”

          • jim_m

            If saying “get down on your/my knees and pray” is proselytizing, then Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend should be classified as clergy (Don’t get fooled again).

            While I understand that some Christians can be boorish (boy can they) with their references to God, they should still be free to be that way.

          • JWH

            So this little T with a pinball on top isn’t a valid religious icon?

          • JWH

            To me, it all turns on context and the pattern of behavior. If an atheist is getting bent out of shape because a co-worker says, “Merry Christmas,” I’d stuff that atheist in a rocket along with everybody who gets offended that people say “Happy holidays,” and I’d send them all to Pluto.

            But if you’ve got a situation where a supervisor is actively trying to coerce his employees into religious activities, that’s going to run afoul of antidiscrimination law. On the flip side, the same goes for an atheist who denigrates a Christian co-worker’s religious beliefs. If your Christian co-worker says a little prayer over lunch, it’s not cool to sneer at the co-worker about a “mystical sky god.”

            In any case, if you think you’re facing religious harassment, your first step shouldn’t be to make a public comment like the teacher did, but to take the matter up privately through your employer’s dispute-resolution process.

          • Jwb10001

            There’s no specific religion implied it could be get down on your knees and pray to Satan for rain. It’s like saying, “good lord could it just please rain” or “when are we going to get (S)ome God Damn rain.” Some people are looking for anything at all to be pissed off about. Before it’s over no one will be allowed to say anything. If you say good morning to someone who’s having a bad morning they will ask for your job for being intentionally offensive.

          • JWH

            There was actually a scene in Undercover Brother about the phrase “good morning.”