Give Me Your White Masses Who Have Good Credit Scores

I don’t know why any of this still shocks me, but it does:

and the later…

And that really settles the question of what Hair Füror and his pocket Nazis want.

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7 Responses to Give Me Your White Masses Who Have Good Credit Scores

  1. Sirius Lunacy says:

    “Ken Cuccinelli saying on NPR this morning that the Statue of Liberty plaque should be changed”

    Since we are talking about changing things I would prefer to just change the administration.

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  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    He doesn’t work for the private sector, so he’s a public charge.

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  3. roket says:

    Although one can assume that slave labor is not part of the “public charge” I guarantee that if it still existed today it would be tax-deductible. I see nothing but eugenics at the end of this unwise path that he has chosen. Then, of course, culminating with a final solution in a forced birth world.

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  4. YellowDog says:

    This is more of this administration’s gaslighting/ignorance/bullshit (take your pick). Emma Lazarus, the author of the poem on the plaque, was a Sephardic Jew. I doubt she would have written the poem to exclude her own family. Untersturmführer Miller has said the plaque was added after the statue was erected. Technically, he is correct, but wrong in his implication that the statue is not a beacon to immigrants. Lazarus was asked to write the poem as part of the fundraising effort to build the foundation upon which the statue would sit. The plaque was added later, to commemorate Lazurus and her poem.

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Liberty herself came here penniless. Thousands of New Yorkers responded to the appeal by Joseph Pulitzer (another immigrant) to build her a base. Some contributions were only a nickel. Suckers.

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  6. Pyed says:

    The torch arm was erected on a base in Madison Square, where it renamed from 1876 to 1882, as a long-standing advertisement for the statue, while a place and the funds for erecting the statue were accumulated.

    Boston. Philadelphia, and even Central Park were some of the locations considered.

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