Wednesday, someone had the poor taste by using the word Antifa to comment on Endtown. I guess it’s my turn to show even more poor taste by trying to respond to that comment. //
I do not have a history for the word, Antifa, nor do I care. I do know that, until Charlottesville, I had never heard the word. And now, it appears to have grown and taken on a life of its own. //
The problem is perception. And the perception is, to be Antifa is every bit as bad, even more so, than those we oppose. You know, folks like Nazis, the KKK, and even Communists, if you think about it. That somehow, to take a stand, however feeble, against these so very anti-American people and ideas, makes us worse than the very people we oppose. //
And rightly ought to oppose. //
My father-in-law fought in World War II. He fought the very people that we are talking about. I guess that makes him Antifa. //
God bless him. //
Four generations in New Mexico, yet, my father-in-law’s children will still get challenged from time to time, “Where are your green cards?” His family didn’t cross the border legally or illegally; the United States border crossed over them in one of our many Mexican wars. //
But too many don’t know the difference. //
Since a natural born citizen doesn’t get a green card, what’s a Spanish looking, Spanish speaking person supposed to carry? Birth certificates? Sheriffs will claim that they’re forged. National citizenship card? We already know that state drivers’ licenses and identification cards won’t do. //
And if Hispanics have to carry a national ID card, shouldn’t the rest of us have to, as well? I mean, how do we know if an English speaking Anglo isn’t an illegal immigrant from Canada? //
It saddens me tremendously that to want to fight against racism, one party rule, and supremacy of a
It saddens me tremendously that to want to fight against racism, one party rule, and supremacy of any flavor, as Walt Kelly once famously said, “We have met the enemy, and he is us.”
Humanity outsourced? Nah, only jobs and secret offshore accounts.
No, we import tons of humanity all the time.
Why, Mar-a-lago alone is importing sixty-some foreign workers in addition to those already there. Because America first.
Now, if that’s not swamp draining, I don’t know what is.
And here’s to you, Mr. Tяumpenstein
Putin loves you more than you will know, wo wo wo
Goddamn your sleaze, Mr. Tяumpenstein
яussia holds a place for those who stray, hey hey hey
hey hey hey
We’d like to know a little bit about you for our case
We’d like to help you learn to stop yourself
Look inside you, all you see are sycophantic lies
Swim around the swamp until you feel at home
Hide it in an offshore place where no one ever goes
Treason in your tower with chocolate cake
It’s a not a secret, just the Tяumpensteins’ affair
Most of all, you’ve got to hide it from the Mueller
Cuckoo is you, Mr. Tяumpenstein
Farting on a golf cart on a Sunday afternoon
Singing wrong to the anthem, no debate
Brag about it, tweet about it
When you grab some cooz
Every way we look at it we lose
Where have you gone, Michelle and Barry O?
A nation turns its lonely eyes to you, wo wo wo
What’s that you say, Mr. Tяumpenstein
“Ni***r Boy’ has left and gone away”, hey hey hey
What about Winslow’s Coyoteity??!!
I understand that many may have been offended by my comment above (about antifa). I want to offer an apology, but I also want to pose a question (and I may be restating what I said above): Again, I am not into the history of the word, antifa, but it sure looks like anyone who opposes Nazis is now automatically labeled as antifa. If being against Nazis is to be considered worse than the Nazis, then just what are we supposed to do? Just sit back and let them carry their torches?
Coyotes are not loved or even liked. Yet they are far more flexible and survive so well even the poor wolf is joining them! Including breeding with them.