The Afternoon Quote

It's Santorum, coming from behind!

It’s Santorum, coming from behind!

Frothy tells us:

“When we say we need to send people back, I mean we send people back. Let me just make one point. I was in Storm Lake, Iowa, the other day near a Tyson’s plant. Ninety-one percent of the kids that go to the elementary school there are minority kids. And they said, ‘Well, what are you gonna do with all these people, their families, they’ve lived here a long time.’ I said I’m gonna give ’em a gift. I’m gonna give them the gift of being able to help the country they were born in, and we’re gonna export America. The education they were able to receive, they learned about the English language, they learned about capitalism, they learned about democracy. You want to stop the flow of immigrants? Let’s send 6 million Mexicans, Hondurans, Guatemalans, El Salvadorans back into their country so they can start a renaissance in their country so they won’t be coming here anymore!”

Worst. Foreign. Exchange. Program. Ever.

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4 Responses to The Afternoon Quote

  1. M. Bouffant says:

    Frothy needs math help; where I come from, 91% is a majority!


  2. Bruce388 says:

    Does Frothy remember how, when Alabama and Georgia passed strong anti-immigrant laws, crops were rotting in the fields? Is he ready for the smell of rotting chickens?


  3. evillemike says:

    1st – thanks for keeping an eye on this jagoff so I don’t have to.
    2nd – that’s the best graphic/caption I’ve seen in a long damn time.


  4. C Montgomery Burns says:

    Love that he uses Tyson, a right wing (no chicken pun intended) fucking nut job who is anti immigrant can only stay in business using ‘undocumented visitors’ who, by the way, pay taxes and used public services and….Ah, the chicken circle of life that Frothy knows so well.


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