January 24, 2018
tfw the goyim win again
The Schumer failure is glorious af.
Basically, this Jew is a dumbass. He could have just not done a shutdown and not gotten any serious backlash. Instead he did the shutdown, apparently believing that Trump would crack on DACA, and then he got a massive backlash both for shutting the government down for non-citizens AND for ending the shutdown.
I’ll tell ya what: 2018 Trump is looking a whole helluva lot like 2016 Trump.
House Democrats went into the post-shutdown recess this week voicing bitter feelings about their party’s Senate leadership, sowing new tensions between the chambers at a crucial juncture in the budget and immigration debates.
Members of the liberal-heavy House Democratic Caucus are furious that Senate leaders, after forcing a government shutdown, agreed to reopen it without a firm commitment from the GOP to enact legislation protecting recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
The friction threatens to weaken the Democrats’ hand heading into the next shutdown deadline, Feb. 8; undermine their bid to win protections for DACA recipients; and complicate their efforts to rally behind a unified message ahead of November’s midterm elections, when both chambers are in play.
“If there were ever a case for the undemocratic nature of the Senate, this confirms it. They are out of touch with where the grass roots of this party is,” said Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), a liberal freshman.
“I don’t see what we got out of this.”
You got SHAME out of it!
The debate has reopened fractures prominent in the 2016 election cycle, when there was fierce debate over whether the party should adopt a more centrist message in a bid to win heartland voters or shift hard to the left to energize their liberal base — a debate thrust into the spotlight by the surprising ascension of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the Democratic presidential primary.
There is no more “liberal base” beyond Jews, brown people and sluts!
And you can’t get brown people to vote if you go centrist, so the only plausible solution is to add more brown people and full-speed ahead into Blade Runner!
Here’s the catch: if you don’t get your brown people, the whole thing falls apart!
Pressed by immigrant-rights advocates in and out of Congress, Democratic leaders have insisted that any government spending bill must include protections for DACA recipients, a group of nearly 800,000 immigrants brought to the country illegally as children often referred to as “Dreamers.”
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) fought to the end of last week’s shutdown deadline to secure such a commitment, among a list of other budget priorities the Democrats are demanding. At the eleventh hour, Schumer went so far as to offer President Trump a down payment on new border wall construction — the signature message of Trump’s campaign that has, until now, been a non-starter for Democratic leaders.
No dice, JEW!
We’re getting the wall either way! Right now, we’re stopping potential voters from being given the right to vote!
After Friday’s shutdown, the sides hit a seemingly intractable impasse: Republicans refused to negotiate on immigration before Democrats helped reopen the government, and Democrats refused to reopen the government before a deal was struck on DACA. Breaking the stalemate required one party to capitulate. Schumer, pressed by centrists worried that Democrats would be blamed for the shutdown, did so on Monday —and liberals have been attacking ever since.
Now you’ve angered your brown people, JEW!
Should have just kept going with that shutdown! Or, you know, not done in the first place!
NEVER BET AGAINST HE WHO CANNOT BE STUMPED!
“I thought they were going to stand tall and firm,” said a dejected Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.), among Capitol Hill’s most vocal immigration reformers. “They blink, they just do.”
Rep. Filemon Vela, a Texas Democrat representing a border district, went after those Democrats who conceded new border wall construction — a list that includes Schumer, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Gutiérrez — for thinking “so little of border residents” that they’d “disregard of the impact on border communities.”
“Beyond the stupidity of offering unmatched concessions and negotiating against themselves, my colleagues have begun to refer to the border wall in the same way Trump’s base speak about Dreamers and undocumented people,” Vela said.
Khanna, noting the thousands who marched across the country to protest Trump over the weekend, warned that Democratic leaders ignore those voices at their own political peril.
While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has promised to take up a DACA bill after Feb. 8 if no deal is reached beforehand, there’s been no similar commitment from Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) in the House. And lower-chamber conservatives, encouraged by what they consider a clear victory in the shutdown fight, are pressing harder than ever for consideration of a Republican DACA bill that includes a long list of tough enforcement measures anathema to both Democrats and moderate lawmakers in the GOP conference.
Without that commitment from GOP leaders in both chambers, House Democrats are vowing to hold their ground in opposition to any new government spending bill, setting the stage for another shutdown standoff.
No one who doesn’t want to get primaried is going to support DACA.
McConnell is deranged. This faggot’s dick is as limp as the skin drooping from his neck.
He’s on the way out. The GOP will not tolerate this sort of cuckoldry any longer.
We IDENTITY POLITICS NOW, MUFFUGGUH!
The Democrats are falling apart. They don’t have enough brown people to vote for them and they have to go full-brown person to get them to vote at all.
I believe we are in the process of securing GOP rule long-past the 8 years Trump will reign.
We are headed to a one-party type state.