Hi, all – I had way too many Christmastime activities this week to assemble one of my three-hour-to-compose Obsessions, but here’s a quickie for you – Dolchstosslegende redux !
GOP lawmakers preparing changes to immigration system (the smell of betrayal is in the air)
Fox News ^ | December 27, 2014
Posted on 12/27/2014 7:59:52 PM by E. Pluribus Unum
Interest in reforming the immigration law remains high as Republican lawmakers prepare bills that would make changes to the current system.
President Obama received harsh criticism after proposing an executive action steering clear from congressional approval to halt deportation for nearly four million immigrants. However, Republicans remain up to the task to enact their own proposals into the bill.
To: E. Pluribus Unum
To: E. Pluribus Unum
To: jsanders2001We won’t forget their betrayal.Who’s “we”?This time next year, there will be a strong FReeper chorus starting with that golden oldie, “ANY R is better than a D!”
To: CitizenUSAI’m a FReeper going on about 10 years now, and I can’t remember anyone posting that we should keep voting for the RINOs no matter what they do.Well, obviously you missed all those ABO posts from 2012, and then again during this last election cycle.
You’ve hit on a sore subject here…
This site is FULL of “burn it down” “conservatives”. This is a great place to pi$$ and moan about how crappy the Uniparty is but that’s where it ends… I’m SURE many are working hard in their LOCAL governments to make the changes necessary to move the GOP back in a conservative direction… It’s damn HARD WORK… but hey… it’s easier to come here and complain…
No one with a brain advocates voting R at all costs… no one with a brain advocates a 3rd party (How’s that Libertarian thing working out?)…
It’s going to take 10 to 20 YEARS to move it back in the right direction…
Is it possible all that so-called “nonsense” talk so many of us had about the Democrats infiltrating our ranks all the way from the grassroots to the RNC wasn’t just talk after all? Or maybe we’ve always had far too many moderates in our ranks than we cared to admit.
Interesting mix of metaphors there.
Either way the GOP is about to take a winning advantage and blow it all in just a few years.