Special Snowflakes on Parade

Stolen from Ace’s ONT:

Please stop this, millennials.

Or we’ll have to rethink our position on abortion and write out a check that we can’t really afford to Planned Parenthood.



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    Ironbear growls and barks:

    Or we’ll have to rethink our position on abortion and write out a check that we can’t really afford to Planned Parenthood.

    Only if involuntary post-birth abortion becomes legal for Leftists up to the 68th trimester.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    Ironbear says:

    Only if involuntary post-birth abortion becomes legal for Leftists up to the 68th trimester.

    The way they’re behaving right now, it’s about to become mandatory.

    We wish we were kidding.

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    BTW I want to apologise to my US compatriots for our fuckwit of a Prime Minister.

    He made a deal with Obama that he KNEW would go down like a lead balloon when President Trump was elected, he then presented your head of state with a fait accompli..understandably the President is livid.

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    Delftsman3 growls and barks:

    I really liked the way the LEO used his mind and never overreacted in the idiocy he faced with by; just used a short burst with his pepper spray and backed back. :em01: The way the little Special Snowflake reacted…she couldn’t think that she couldn’t have had any kind of thing could be used against to her; you’d would have thought that what she was receiving was really police brutality, great to see she her getting good. lesson :em01: :em05: :em05: :em05: :em05:

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    Delftsman3 growls and barks:

    By the way you Majesty, I would to REALLY thank you the help you gave me to get back onto the site. :em01: :em01:

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LCBrendan @ #:
    I saw that headline a few minutes ago, but haven’t read through the story yet. I think there might be a blog post in there.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Delftsman3 @ #:

    I really liked the way the LEO used his mind and never overreacted in the idiocy he faced with by; just used a short burst with his pepper spray and backed back

    I missed the pepper spray on the first run though. I thought the snowflake was breaking into tears because he took her toy stick away from her.

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:


    MALCOLM Turnbull thought he could outsmart Donald Trump and trap him into taking 1250 of our boat people.

    Huge mistake, and now he’s been humiliated.

    There is no surprise that an angry Trump attacked Turnbull in their call at the weekend and hung up halfway through, after just 25 minutes.

    What did Turnbull expect?

    This political disaster was always on the cards from the moment Turnbull announced, on November 13 last year, that he’d signed a deal with then US president Barack Obama to take our boat people detained on Nauru and Manus Island. That was very dumb because just five days earlier Trump had been unexpectedly elected the next president, having campaigned hard against exactly this kind of thing.

    Trump had made it perfectly clear that he was against taking in alleged refugees from jihadist countries without at least “extreme vetting”. Turnbull knew this. In fact, he’d planned to announce his Obama arrangement early this year, but after Trump’s win rushed it forward in an apparent attempt to present Trump with a fait accompli — a done-deal the new President would not dare undo.

    There is no surprise that an angry Trump attacked Turnbull in their call at the weekend and hung up halfway through.

    This was always a high-risk gamble. Turnbull, asked last November whether he’d first checked with Trump, brushed the question aside: “We deal with one administration at the time. There is only one president of the United States at a time.” Bad call, and now Trump has called his bluff.

    Edit: i dont know if the new President was told or not. Please note that: I dont know. So best to leave that alone

    Yes, Trump did tell ­Turnbull on Sunday that while he hated the Obama deal, his “intention” was to honour it, but once details of their conversation were leaked to the hostile Washington Post, he was under pressure to dump it instead. (The Post reporter who got the leak, Greg Miller, insisted to me that it did not come from Trump, or with his agreement.) this political disaster was always on the cards from the moment Turnbull announced the deal.

    Trump had no choice but to back off. The Post had reported him accusing Turnbull of wanting to send him more “Boston bombers”, and he could hardly now tell the American voters he was happy to take them. So Trump instead tweeted: “Do you believe it? The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia. Why? I will study this dumb deal!”

    Turnbull has a very nervous wait now to see if his boat people “solution” will survive. He’s also learned a very hard lesson: don’t try messing with Trump.

    There is , of course, a lot I dont know on how this went down, so I am not going to try and draw any conclusions. My guess is that this has gone sour, and President Trump has now been placed in a bad position. Again, I DO NOT KNOW if he was advised of this earlier.

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Bottom line: Turnbull pushed this through John Kerry (ugh) AFTER Pres. Trump was elected, knowing full well what the new administration would think..presenting Pres. Trump with a fait accompli he had no way to get out of.

    It was underhanded, mean, and the fact he did it in this manner says that he knew Pres. Trump would never have agreed to it.

    Which is why he did it. Turnbull is a lefty, and I am sure SCOAMF was more than happy to be given an opportunity to make life harder for the new President.

    Pres. Trump will get hammered for this..and Turnbull knew it.

    Im sorry people….we’re stuck with this clown. Foir now anyway.

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    Azygos growls and barks:


    One must be very careful assuming anything about what President Trump said or did not say. Just this morning it was being reported that President Trump told the President of Mexico that he would send the Army to deal with “Bad Hombres” if the Mexican President didn’t do something. What President Trump actually told the Mexican President was we would support him any way we could including sending troops to help if we were asked. to assist with the “bad Hombres” they have been dealing with south of the border. The Mexican President even issued his own press release clarifying that what was being reported was grossly negligent and wrong.

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Understood, The media is, as usual, in a frenzy, and my disgust for them never ceases to grow.

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Brendan, it has gone far beyond the “usual” level of media bias since Trump assumed the presidency.

    The news here has reached full blown fabrication level and is being distributed to all media outlets at the same time, which now makes it obvious to even the most obtuse that there is a concerted, coordinated effort to destroy the president. It has become so bad that it is turning off a great many former democrat party supporters.

    The Soros funded agitators are the main source of property destruction and disruption, a few useful idiot students are always thrown into the mix for cover. They too are now standing out in stark contrast to the reality before our eyes.

    In my view, the longer this keeps up, the deeper the rift between the media/ruling class and the rest of the nation becomes. In a way I hope they go full bat guano leftard crazy then double down (already happening), the end result will be the total repudiation of the liberal/socialist/union triangle.

    I have high expectations that Mr. Trump will indeed fire state department entrenched progressives and eliminate a number of 3 letter domestic agencies that have outlived their purpose for being.

    If he moves quickly with reduction in taxes on corporations and removing piles of left wing regulations, the economy can generate new jobs at a pace to absorb the surplus public sector employees. The problem really becoming the high percentage of public employees that have few marketable skills outside of their present environment. The smarter one will adapt but it is going to be interesting to see the shift of labor to the private sector and what results.

    Then there is border control and ejection of welfare state refugees. Persons who will not assimilate and bring no marketable skills are not an asset to the nation and should not be allowed in. Heck, OZ rejected my application to emigrate in 1979, even with a degree in engineering they wanted persons with 10 o rmore years work experience back then. No hard feelings, have done well enough here to have traveled extensively, including OZ and 63 other nations :em01: .

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    It took a hammer to get through to my thick skull, but a commenter on an Aussie blog hit on what had been nagging at me about this whole thing but I couldnt figure out.

    Son of a bitch, how could I have been so stupid….Turnbull EXPECTED HER TO WIN. Thats how this fell apart.

    And now he has egg on his face , an angry President who is pissed that this “deal” puts him on the wrong side of his base who will NOT be happy he is going ahead with this.

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    Delftsman3 growls and barks:

    Angrywebmaster @7: watch it again and focus on the LEO’s right hand, you will see that he grabbed the toy diddle stick with the left hand (maybe as a feint to distract her ?) : and if not, the very special (as in as a rider of the short bus) Snowflake was even more immature than as a Snowflake. Having had her little Diddling toy grabbed from her made her fall down while crying her eyes out: maybe she was had a nervous down break knowing that she couldn’t be able to give herself with a thrill with her toy after getting back to her basement after “standing up ‘to The Man’ ” …. :em03: But either way it was, it was great watch to see ! :em05:

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    On another note: this is what passes for news from our fair, impartial and balanced media.

    I will link it and the next few lines….you are welcome to go read the rest for yourself. If yoiu have a strong stomach.

    And lots of patience.


    IS WHAT we’re witnessing in the US a slow-motion downhill slide into a coup?

    A fascinating and scary article has been doing the rounds in recent days, which suggests that Donald Trump’s ban on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries was an attempt to see how far he can push his power, as the first step to mounting an all-out coup. A Google engineer named Yonatan Zunger has suggested that the way the White House has repeatedly gone around long standing conventions shows it is testing to see whether a coup is possible.

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Like I said, the mecia have gone batshit crazy and are heading to the Marianas trench. :em05:

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Erf, MEDIA

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Delftsman3 @ #:4

    There are an awful lot of women below a certain age who seem to think that they are under the protection of sacrosanctitas and can do whatever they wish, to whomever they wish, whenever they wish, with no consequence. They always seem incredibly shocked to find out that that is not the case. Rabid lefty women especially so.

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    Retired Spook growls and barks:

    My granddaughter used to scream like that when she didn’t get her way. Of course, she was two at the time, and couldn’t help it. By the time she was four, she’d learned that screaming didn’t work. Wonder how long it’s gonna take this young lady (and I use that word because I don’t know that she’s not, and Grandpa always said to give folks the benefit of the doubt). Hopefully, she’ll learn before menopause sets in, but I don’t have high hopes.

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    L.O.R. Ankle biter growls and barks:

    I don’t get them.
    1. Why would he need a coup at this point? He’s the president.
    2. Google engineers are considered reliable sources for political strategy now? *snicker*
    3. Some expected Obama to cause some kind of situation where he failed to give up his power when he should have and it didn’t happen, Trump would have even less reason as he’s just getting started.

    Maybe they’re hoping for a coup from their fellow moonbats…

    Whatevers. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. I wasn’t with him and sure as hell wasn’t with her, but he is the president now and I’m not going to spend my days panicking over every little thing he does or doesn’t do. A friend of mine on twitter (an actual friend, not just an online one) posts almost nothing but tweets about how awwwfffulllll Trump’s going to be for LGBT or the disabled or yadayadayada. She didn’t used to be a political fool, but lately it seems like she’s lost it. Meh. I don’t engage. We care about different issues. If anything the LGBT issue, for instance, is a major turn-off for me. I’m from NC, so you all know how huge the media has been on dragging my state through the muck for the last year or so.

    I tried to steer clear of any hyperbole with Obama (admittedly not always successfully) and I’m going to try and do it with Trump, too.

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    DaToad growls and barks:

    I loved the vid. Officer was way too cool.

    Like I said, the mecia have gone batshit crazy and are heading to the Marianas trench.

    I thought you were referring to them as Paramecium. Made perfect :em05: sense to me…. :em05:

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Just saw that story re the District Court…wait..am I getting this wrong or is this bozo saying that the US has NO right to ban anyone?

    That anyone with a visa has a RIGHT to enter the country? That cant be right….

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    In other news, Robert Turd Reich said this on CNN:

    Oh, over on CNN, which is totally against Fake News and Conspiracy Theories, Black Hole Expert Don Lemon asked Twisted Midget Robert Reich if the Democratic rioters [at Berserkley] were actually Conservatives in Disguise, and Reich said he heard “rumors” that they were.

    That must be why the “peaceful protesters” who had been infiltrated by these Right Wing Provocateurs cheered the terrorists and then let them melt in with the crowd to avoid detection by police.

    In NYC, in my neighborhood, a mob of leftwing thugs assaulted Canadian comedian/conservative Gavin McInnes, here to do a show; screaming obscenities and physically attacking people, invading the auditorium and screaming throughout the show (a favorite tactic of the Stormtrooper Left: make a shitshow out of anything you oppose). Cops finally had to arrest people.

    Then this NYU “professor” flipped the hell out and started screaming at the police: this you gotta see. Fast-forward to 10:15.


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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    And this shit went down at Berserkley: Blackshirt goons beating the shit out of people.


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    LC&IB Vulcanrider, MSgt, USAF, Ret growls and barks:

    It appears that the police in Europe are finally tiring of the entitled snowflakes. Imagine what would happen if this was in say, San Francisco?

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    LC Mike in Chi growls and barks:

    This is a fitting start to my president’s shithouse cleaning detail.
    What fun, the Prog-Nazis are, guiding me towards the poorhouse as I seek to keep my popcorn and pizza stash stocked so I don’t miss a minute.
    Congress has not seen this level of disarray since Andrew Jackson got his start in the Demoncratic Paarr-Taa.

    “Jackson ran for president in 1824. Although he got a plurality in both electoral and popular vote against three major candidates, Jackson failed to get a majority and lost in the House of Representatives to John Quincy Adams. Jackson claimed that he lost by a “corrupt bargain” between Adams and Speaker of the House Henry Clay, who was also a candidate, to give Clay the office of Secretary of State in exchange for Adams winning the presidency. Jackson’s supporters then founded what became the Democratic Party. He ran again for president in 1828 against Adams. Building on his base in the West and with new support from Virginia and New York, he won by a landslide. He blamed the death of his wife, Rachel, which occurred just after the election, on the Adams campaigners, who called her a “bigamist”.

    As president, Jackson faced a threat of secession by South Carolina over the “Tariff of Abominations”, which Congress had enacted under Adams. In contrast to several of his immediate successors, he denied the right of a state to secede from the union or to nullify federal law. The Nullification Crisis was defused when the tariff was amended and Jackson threatened the use of military force if South Carolina attempted to secede.

    In anticipation of the 1832 election, Congress, led by Clay, attempted to reauthorize the Second Bank of the United States four years before the expiration of its charter. In keeping with his platform of economic decentralization, Jackson vetoed the renewal of its charter, thereby seemingly putting his chances for re-election in jeopardy. However, by portraying himself as the defender of the common person against wealthy bankers, he was able to defeat Clay in the election that year. He thoroughly dismantled the bank by the time its charter expired in 1836. His struggles with Congress were personified in his personal rivalry with Clay, whom Jackson deeply disliked and who led the opposition of the emerging Whig Party. Jackson’s presidency marked the beginning of the ascendancy of the “spoils system” in American politics. He is also known for having signed the Indian Removal Act in 1830, which forcibly relocated a number of Native American tribes in the South to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).

    Jackson supported his vice president Martin Van Buren’s successful presidential campaign in 1836. He worked to bolster the Democratic Party and helped his friend James K. Polk win the 1844 presidential election.

    There it is, pups, the birth pangs of our Two Leading Pick-a-Phobia Paaarr-Taazzz™
    Oh! Baby!
    What’s it gonna be, boys?
    Another battle of power brokers?
    President Trump is the wild card in this clown cluster-FUBAR
    Trump…Trump…Trump…Trump…Trump…Trump...Here comes the Trump Train®!
    He’ll toss you off,’cept he ain’t stoppin’.
    Hell, he ain’t even slowing down.


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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    L.O.R. Ankle biter@21:

    2. Google engineers are considered reliable sources for political strategy now? *snicker*

    What you said.

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    Retired Spook growls and barks:

    Well, dammit! Played that video while the dogs were in the house, and now they’re barking and carrying on like lunatics! Don’t know if they don’t like the noise, or they think it’s something dying, and they need to help it along!

    (May record it, and play it the next time I go hog hunting, just to see what shows up!)

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    People at the Belmont Club are talking about the tipping point of this Kulturkampf the Left is waging against the free people of the West. It made me think of Patrick Henry’s famous speech.

    In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation. There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free—if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending—if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained—we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of hosts is all that is left us!

    This is as good as it gets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHo-3LEcgQE

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    L.O.R. Ankle biter says:

    1. Why would he need a coup at this point? He’s the president.

    Because of the heavy level of entrenched Ovomite sorts still there. :em03: Not so much a coup as a purge.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LC Sir Clambake, Imperial Black Ops Technician, K.o.E. @ #:

    Not so much a coup as a purge

    Can we have a Stalinist style purge? Please? Pretty Please with sugar on top?

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Tim Blair, one of our conservative commentators, made these comments.


    According to Republican strategist Evan Siegfried, about one million young voters simply didn’t bother to turn up last November. “They decided to stay home, and that’s what really hurt Hillary Clinton,” he told the ABC.

    Great work, kids.


    Donald Trump was a viable celebrity candidate because his policies are of a piece with his circumstances. He’s a rich guy who wants others to get rich.

    By contrast, millionaire leftist actors pretending to have something in common with people who really do work for a living tend to only look foolish and fraudulent.

    :em07: :em01: :em05: :em05:

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Going to be interesting to see what that 9th circus judge puts forth as his legal basis for placing a stay on the immigration hiatus and stronger vetting of persons from the 7 cited nations EO. Especially since these same countries were already named as terrorist breeding grounds and bans on travel have been imposed before, by SCOAMF Obungles and for that matter, by others such as Jummah Carter in the not too distant past.

    If there ever was a justification needed to purge socialists from government, the judiciary has a high percentage of poster children in it, along with the bloated federal governing apparatus.

    May Trump keep up the tempo and onslaught while waking up to the need to get rid of all top and mid level bureaucratic management.

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Nuff said: https://youtu.be/WaV2zS7oR9I

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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    Going to be interesting to see what that 9th circus judge puts forth as his legal basis for placing a stay on the immigration hiatus and stronger vetting of persons from the 7 cited nations EO

    He cant. The judge overreached, and IMO he is well aware that his decision will be overturned on appeal. This was never a case of legality, more of “taking a stand”, and to an extent “legislating from the bench”. IMO the judge has exeeded his authority, and on review by Federal Appellate court, will be found to be invalid, and the stay vacated.

    It must, of force, go through the courts, but my guess is the EO will be upheld.

    Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) (8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.)

    says the President has the authority.

    Immigrants, non residents and other aliens do NOT have any rights to entry under the US Constitution.

    If this were to go as far as the USSC, legal precedent will mandate that the Executive Order is legal, valid and enforceable.

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher growls and barks:

    All those judges that ruled a stay need to be fired and disbarred for gross incompetence. Section 212(f) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1182(f) explicitly gives the president the power to issue the EO that Trump did.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    In other news: the Super Bowl crowd just BOOED THE SHIT out of Roger Goodell in the trophy ceremony!

    [still wish the Falcons had won; what a crazy game]

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Tallulah @ #:

    In other news: the Super Bowl crowd just BOOED THE SHIT out of Roger Goodell in the trophy ceremony!

    Interesting coincidence. November 8th 2016, It looks like Felonia is going to win, so I turn in expecting to be wondering when she will declare herself queen. I wake up in the middle of the night to see she LOST!!
    I turned off the game when the Pats were down 14-3 figuring “Yeah, they blew it.” Woke up in the middle of the night, got curious how badly they lost and found that they had pulled an upset.
    Now I’m wondering. If things are looking bad for our side, and I turn in for the night. Does that mean we will actually pull a victory from the jaws of defeat?

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster says:

    Now I’m wondering. If things are looking bad for our side, and I turn in for the night. Does that mean we will actually pull a victory from the jaws of defeat?

    No. That’s my curse! Every single time I’ve watched my beloved Rangers, they have a horrid night. To the point where I thought about writing their management to ask them just how much it would be worth to them to have me not watch a single game all season 😉

    Then again, I did watch all of election night in spite of myself. I actually, seriously thought about not doing so because, well, the curse, but I just couldn’t not watch it. And now I’m glad I did. I got every single last glorious, schadenboneriffic drop of goodness out of it!

    My schadenboner is now showing signs of collapsing on itself and going nova.


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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    On the news

    The Washington State lawsuit says Trump’s ban violates the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of religion and the Fifth Amendment guarantee of due process.

    Wait…visa holders have Constitutinal rights? Um no i dont think so.

    Washington State University also filed in support of the suit, detailing problems that the ban is causing its students and faculty.

    Libtards have been inconvenienced…

    Amazon and Expedia have joined a legal challenge to President Trump’s travel ban.

    The companies argue it will hurt their employees and their business. They filed motions in a federal lawsuit brought Monday by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Both companies are based in Washington.

    Amazon says it has 49 employees born in the seven Muslim-majority countries included in the ban who are legally working for the company in the United States or elsewhere. Amazon says their work and travel could be disrupted

    Their employees can work anywhere else then. Thats the theme I am seeing folks: this idea that people have a “right” to enter the US.


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    LCBrendan growls and barks:

    From “The Australian”

    Coalition voters back Trump’s Muslim ban

    A majority of coalition voters would back Australia following Donald Trump’s lead and make it harder for Muslim citizens to travel down under, Newspoll shows. More than 50 per cent of Liberal and Nationals voters surveyed in the poll, published by The Australian, are in favour of copying the president’s plan to suspend visas from Muslim-majority countries.

    Overall voters are split on the issue, with the poll of more than 1700 showing 44 per cent supporting similar measures and 45 per cent opposing such action.

    Well well….isnt THAT interesting….

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    While listening to the Henry speech (& noticing the unlikely view out the set’s window), I got a notification for this amusing article.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Hmm–the link misfires, & the editor’s still nonfunctional. :em04: