Dem’s Shithole Fishing

Dems Fishing At The Shithole
Dem’s Shithole Fishing For Votes & Tax Dollars

Be assured of one thing, My Fellow Americans; the Democrat politicians at both state and federal levels are not so enamored with immigration, legal or otherwise, out of any sense of compassion for these foreigners – especially the ones from the world’s shitholes. No, they’re just fishing for votes and tax dollars just as they always are.

It’s Not About Voter Fraud

This is not to say that these Dems are trying to- or expecting to get noncitizens to vote for them. No, thankfully, that sort of voter fraud is statistically nonexistent.

No, the primary sort of votes the Dems are fishing for is Electoral College votes and seatshence, votes – in the US House of Representatives. Truthfully, if they want to stay even marginally relevant in the post-2020 future, they have to keep fishing for immigrants. Americans and long-term foreign residents are fleeing the Blue States. The only thing allowing these states to mitigate the effects of this is through foreign immigrants like New York and California do.

But, of course, these Dem politicians are also looking for votes for themselves from their Liberal and Progressive constituencies, constituencies that have proven to be both rabidly fanatical on non-White immigration and prone to extreme responses to perceived waffling on this issue at all.

Well, this is true of White Democrats at least. The Congressional Black Caucus is a bit more specific in their support for immigration from shithole countries.

And, of course, Tax Money

It’s really just simple math – arithmetic really – much of the taxpayers’ monies distributed to the several states is done so based upon population either directly or indirectly. Given that the Dems’ bailiwicks would be in a rather steep population decline, they need immigrants, legal or otherwise, to bolster those numbers, lest they lose out.

And, lest we either forget or simply turn a blind eye, immigrants, mostly illegals, provide the labor force for many businesses that thrive in the urban zones where Democrats also flourish. That brings in state level tax dollars and resultant clout into these Democrat politicians grasp. A perfect example of this being the plethora of nail salons in and around NYC which are owned by Asian legal immigrants who, in turn, “hire” illegal immigrants – some of whom are victims of human trafficking – and keep them essentially enslaved and living in squalid conditions. Another example would be the various sweatshops that proliferate in urban, i.e., Democrat, zones such as NYC or Chicago.

These industries, some of whom can only be competitive against foreign companies through enacting the same horrid conditions as the sweatshops in the Third World, all provide taxes to the states. Frankly, given that, it’s not even surprising that Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL 23), former Chair of the DNC, said that illegal immigrants were the backbone of the economy.

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Yes, do always remember that, whenever a Democrat politician makes a strong statement in favor of increased immigration, it’s not about compassion; it’s about and only about, self-interest and the interests of the Democrat Party professionals.

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Of Pots And Kettles

Of Pots and Kettles calling each other black
Of Pots And Kettles Calling Each Other Black

One admittedly problematical point in the GOP’s tax reform bill is that it increases the national debt by, at the most pessimistic estimate, $1.5 trillion – yes, with a “T” or $1,500,000,000,000 – over the next 10 years. It’s a point that Congressional Democrats and their Liberal and Progressive followers have ranting about since the bill’s inception.

Of course, given the Democrats’ love of deficit spending, this is the rankest hypocrisy. Hence, it is exactly what the American people have come to expect from our domestic enemies.

One further point of note, however – This is today. At any time in the future that the Republicans choose to rant about increasing the deficit for immediate economic gain – and they will, they’ll have gone from kettle to pot and be just as bad as the Democrats today.

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It’s Not Real Money Now

It's Not Real Money Now, Is It?
It’s Not Real Money Now, Is It?

Democrats in Congress – all of whom voted “Bah Humbug” on the tax cut bill which President Trump described as a Christmas gift to the American taxpayers – and various of their more strident constituencies have boldly stated that a $1000 – $2000 tax cut wasn’t real money to poor and middle-class American families.

The funny thing is that $1,000 a year, or about $40 a paycheck, was real money back in 2011 when Obama lambasted House Republicans for refusing to extend the payroll tax cut.

Ending the payroll tax cut will cost the typical family making $50,000 a year about $1,000 a year, which is a lot of money for struggling families. President Obama explained today:

Our failure to do this could have effects not just on families but on the economy as a whole. It’s not a game for the average family, who doesn’t have an extra 1,000 bucks to lose. It’s not a game for somebody who’s out there looking for work right now, and might lose his house if unemployment insurance doesn’t come through. It’s not a game for the millions of Americans who will take a hit when the entire economy grows more slowly because these proposals aren’t extended.

That $1,000 a year works out to about $40 a paycheck that families won’t have to spend or save. Although opponents of the payroll tax cut might say $40 isn’t much, we know that’s not the case.

— Barack Obama
What Does $40 Mean to You?

It sure seems that $1000 – $2000 a year was really real money when Obama was President. Back then, it seemed to mean a whole lot to a lot of people in every state in our country. It’s just not real money now when it’s the GOP giving it back to the people, at least not in the minds of the Left and their politicians.

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