Certain Similarities

Posted in Politics on August 7th, 2014

There are certain similarities between Obama and the Dems and Hamas
There Are Certain Similarities

There are definitely certain similarities between Hamas’ use of Muslim children as human shields in war and Obama’s use of Hispanic children as human shields in politics. While hardly equivalent at the pragmatic level, both are cynical manipulations of the lives of the children in question.

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Illegal Electioneering?

Posted in 2014 Election on July 19th, 2014

Obama as The Joker - SocialismIs it merely coincidence that the Obama Regime is moving the illegal immigrants flooding through America’s southern “border” to, and only to, areas – if one listens to what his media reports upon – of the country where the Latino vote could swing the results of the upcoming 2014 elections? Or is this a deliberate attempt by the Obama Regime to politically profiteer off of the misery and fear of these illegal aliens, the current majority being unaccompanied children who’ve been sent to the US alone to avoid conflict in Central and South America? We don’t, after all, hear about them being moved to camps in vulnerable Blue states.

This has been billed as a crisis and we all know that the Obama Regime is quasi-religious about not letting a crisis go to waste if they can manipulate the perception of it to their benefit. Then again, it might be nothing more than coincidence based upon available camps to house these people and personnel to deal with them.

Which do you think? Coincidence or a cynical attempt to use these illegals for electioneering purposes?

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Happy Cinco de Mayo

Posted in Society on May 5th, 2014

No! Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day and it’s barely celebrated in Mexico, except in the state of Puebla, where the holiday is called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla. In point of fact, it’s celebrated far more – and far more exuberantly – in America than in Mexico.

Mexican Bar
Happy Cinco de Mayo

It’s really an “immigrant” holiday that has successfully assimilated into- and added to America’s tapestry of holidays. So go out and celebrate it. Have fun! Take a day and night to enjoy the beauties of Mexico. ;-)

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