Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Buzzards of a feather flock together. “I'm sure there's a lot of poor people that like him too. It so happens there's not a lot of poor people in the Hamptons.”

Jeb Bush Snares a Democratic Moneyman on Hamptons Tour


Sean said...

Completely unconnected with both poor and middle class, Jester, (Jeb Bush) will wonder why he never got elected, in spite of all that pretty money. He couldn't excite the electorate if you flanked him with naked show girls everywhere he went.

Uncle Elmo said...

All righty, then. A Bloomberg puff piece on that 'good' Republican Jeb Bush. He's supported by Democrat hedge fund managers from the Hamptons. A real man of the people.

People like Carlos Slim.

Anonymous said...

I hope there exists enough hemp rope and lamp posts when the time comes.

Anonymous said...

With Hilary imploding where else does big government democrats have to put their money, don’t ya know?

Arkindole said...

And, he'll cash that check and say it was an act of compassion. Watch that room-temperature-IQ-prick win in FL. At that point it's over and you'll be a part of the Matrix.

Anonymous said...

Shoulda stopped in Farmingville or some of the other mid island communities that have been over run with "act of love" folks. They keep an iron ring around the Hamptons though, the only act of love contingent there is mowing the lawn or painting the fence.

I will say it again, we have been over run. Our position is Compromised. I think it will take 4-5 years of deportations as a start. Lets see if Donald has the balls to say that shit on TeeVee. They say the average illegal has now been her 10+ years! So lets start there and work backwards. Every illegal within the last 10 years sent the fuck home.

Anonymous said...

" Every illegal within the last 10 years sent the fuck home. "

Per Newt Gingrich on Simpson-Mazzoli (1986):

"In 1986 I voted for the Simpson-Mazzoli immigration bill because we were told it would solve the problem of massive illegal immigration. In his diaries, President Ronald Reagan said he was going to sign the bill because we had to regain control of our borders. The Simpson-Mazzoli bill contained three promises:

1. The government would make a concerted effort to control the borders.
2. An effective employer verification program would ensure that only legal workers were hired.
3. One-time amnesty would be granted for people illegally in the United States.

All three promises were broken. The government has made no serious effort to control our borders. Employers continue knowingly to hire illegal immigrants without any real fear of punishment."

As part of the compromise that was reached allowing the passage of Simpson-Mazzoli, Congress promised the American people that the amnesty declared in 1986 would be the last. In order to keep faith with the American people Congress cannot allow any person who entered the country post 1986 amnesty to remain. Period.

Of course, Congressional promises become the word of the U S Government and are backed by the full faith and credit thereof.

And you can ask any Native American what that's worth.