Monday, May 9, 2016

Monday, May 9, 2016 Study: Average Immigrant Household Costs Taxpayers $6,200 in Welfare Benefits


As the late, great gospel singer Jake Hess used to croon, “We have this moment to hold in our hands and watch as it slips through our fingers like sand.”

Right now someone ought to be humming it in the ivory palaces of the GOP, where campaigning has given way to cannibalism, devouring its front-runner’s momentum while spitting out any shot at recapturing the White House.

And there’s Mitt Romney right in the thick of it, proving either that he didn’t learn a blessed thing when this same crowd ambushed him four years ago, or else he’s still so bitter that he cannot harness his resentment.

So now he eviscerates Donald Trump the same way Rick Perry, Rick Santorum and the rest of that GOP field went after him, ripping into his viability as a presidential candidate.

One can only imagine the enormous delight that must have been to Barack Obama, just as Hillary Clinton has to be reveling over the Republicans’ current internecine battle. The more they focus on each other, the less attention they’re going to pay to all of the flaws that might make her unfit to be our commander in chief.

Instead, Romney, once hunted, has become the hunter. It’s pathetic.



  1. Just another low life POS! The more these RINO's run their mouth, the more people will support Trump. The true color of these RINO's finally comes out. And to think they cared for the people who put them in office....what a joke!

    Lock and Load

    1. It's hilarious, everything they throw at him doesn't stick!!

  2. Teflon Don!!!!!

    Lock and Load

  3. indyjonesouthereMay 9, 2016 at 4:39 PM

    The best way for Trump to combat the idea that he is not a conservative is to ask the conservatives what the hell they have conserved over the last 4 presidents. The answer, of course, is not a damn thing. We are buried in debt, illegal immigrants and muslim "refugees", and now perverts. The only way out of this is to hope Trump can end the constant chaos when he gets in office. Voting for a Dole, McCain, Romney, or, heaven forbid, another Bush is just more of the same.