I Am A Lonesome Hobo Without Family Or Friends…

…but at least in Illinois I have my own Homeless Bill Rights that gives me the right to a job and to vote—even without a fixed address.

Such a deal, and really what could possibly go wrong except for maybe unions bussing in loads of “homeless” to vote the Democrat way.

Speaking of the Democrat Way, Mike Jacobs, Mike Smiddy and Pat Verschoore all voted for this abomination—-are any of them getting GOP challenges in ’14?

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Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

10 thoughts on “I Am A Lonesome Hobo Without Family Or Friends…”

  1. Wow, I’m sorta (but not too) sorry I moved out of the 71st—it would be cool to vote for an openly gay guy—and have him win!

    Anyway, thanks for the info—as I’ve said, I’m really out of the loop in QC politics, so I count on my commenters to set me straight—when needed. πŸ˜‰

  2. Just thought of something else ricogop: are you saying the GOP is not challenging either Jacobs or Verschoore?

    If so that means the ricogop is reverting to pre’12 status where they just sit on the sidelines with their thumbs up their keesters keening about how awesome that Gianulius is.

    Pathetic. You deserve to be a minority party if you can’t even put up token resistance to the Politburo.

    Shame!

  3. I can’t set you straight, but conservative Americans are being replaced with Mexicans that can have two dui’s, and still qualify for Obama’s dreamy amnesty by fiat. His dream from his father is to crush all us “colonialists”, apparently not recognizing that we actually defeated those Great Brits and their kingdom. But our whiteness betrays us, apparently.

    Mexicans are used to socialism and corruption and cartels, and will not struggle against Obama’s transformation/destruction of traditional America. So while every illegal alien vote must be counted at least once, Obama uses public unions to leak info and launch phony IRS investigations, hence eliminating legit conservatives.

  4. I mostly get your point. Here in Texas where those of Hispanic descent (and what the heck, actually Hispanics) are the natives, the GOP has done fairly well. In the ’10 election cycle, the GOP elected more people of Hispanic backgrounds to state offices than the Dems did.

    Texas GOPers know how to govern with a minority majority and the DREAM Act here passed with wide bipartisan majorities and with the backing of the majority of the public.

    Of course that hasn’t stopped that odious partisan hack Eric Holder from trying to overturn the SCOTUS ruling on voter ID, etc,, mostly with cries of “racist” rather than any logical or legal reasoning, which is why I’m hoping my AG Greg Abbott will be victorious in his battle against this brazen attempt to use the Justice Dept. for Democrat partisan advantage.

    As for the Mexicans I know here in Texas, they are here because of the opportunity afforded to them in this state with no taxes, limited regulations and a pro-business mentality. It is so much easier to start a business here than in the socialist, corrupt State Of Illinois. The Mexicans who like socialism and corruption are probably in your state, not mine. πŸ˜€

  5. I lived in Dallas 3.5 years a few decades ago … “coordinated” a branch of home fellowships, and half were Spanish or black. But I knew nothing of politics way back then in my more idealistic past. I appreciate Hispanics as individuals. πŸ™‚

    The Hispanics starting business there and voting are legal, mostly. The “in the shadows” part is what I’m speaking of. I welcome all that are honest and hard working, they will add to our economy.

    But Obama/Holder’s war on any that stop illegals from penetrating and voting is the problem. Cartels are building power in the US, and border agents claim they have mob like “protection” from politicians. I worry that these are just a branch of the Chicago machine.

    There are certainly Hispanic Americans that offer a lot of hope. The governor of New Mexico is a potential presidential candidate. But Obama allies with the La Raza faction (The Race). Jeb Bush’s son claims you have to stand for your race … by which he means Hispanic … as his mommy advocates.

    So despite good folks like Governor Martinez, Obama is playing the race card again … any race except us old white folks. Yet white or even black tea partiers are automatically deemed racist and bigots. But Texans have had more time to work on this than us hicks in Illinois. πŸ™‚ Except for me, cuz I just returned “recently”. ha

  6. Thanks for clearing that up—I thought you were painting with a pretty broad brush and was hoping you would clarify—which you did!

    But really—did George P. Bush actually say “you have to stand for your race”? Um, in his case, which race would that be?

    OK, just joking!

    In any event, that’s a pretty provocative thing to say for someone who is running for Land Commissioner, which is a powerful position in Texas government.

  7. Thanks πŸ™‚ I’m not always clear, but it is clear to me that it is Obama that paints with broad brush … anyone that opposes him can be called racist or bigot. It is just a tool that has worked for him at least since the days of his racist Chicago church, where Farrakhan is praised. He sees a way to use illegals from Mexico as Democrats use/abuse blacks, as evidenced in Detroit or Chicago.

    Here is the link to Jeb’s boy …

    “At a Republican rally he again explained in Spanish that his mother had instilled in him the values of Cesar Chavez, who organized Mexican farm workers. β€œShe told me we have to fight for our race, we have to find the leaders who represent us,” he said. About his uncle the candidate, he said, β€œThis is a president who represents the diversity of our society, who we can count on to change the Republican Party to represent our views.” Needless to say, β€œour race” was la raza, and β€œour” views were those of Hispanics. ”

    http://www.amren.com/ar/2007/04/index.html

    I just found it by Bing, but it agrees with what I recall from a ways back.

  8. Thanks for the link, although I don’t see GPB’s quote quite the same way—he is touting his uncle (GWB) as someone “who represents the diversity in our society, who we can count on to change the Republican Party to represent out views”, which is true, since Hispanic support for the GOP has plummeted since the time of GWB.

    As for the rest of your comment, I guess it must be true: Illegal Immigrant=Undocumented Democrat Voter. πŸ˜€

  9. well, my broad brush is just Team Obama’s view of the demographics, not my view of every individual. But even legals from Mexico tend to be Democrat, with notable exceptions. And I don’t see any way to clean up GPB’s hero Cesar Chavez as a conservative.

    Unfortunately, hate works, as portrayed in Orwell’s 1984. So we have suicide bombers hating the west, and Obama’s Democrats still hating Republicans for conservative western values, at least those that have endured college indoctrination. But it is Democrats that destroy cities like Detroit, despite massive funding and quota hiring and admissions. The race card still plays well, except for white conservatives.

    Young Bush speak of promoting his race is a problem. We’ve had immigration breaks before. But now it is all open borders, with an intent of conquering, more than becoming American. At least that is the top down view for Democrats. Young Bush may have slightly tempered his remarks for Daddy and Uncle, but I don’t expect Chavez t-shirt wearers to vote Republican.

    And despite some that go legit, many/most are drawn by the offering of free stuff, or the drug gangs, or working off the books while collecting “entitlements”. Texas has perhaps done a better job than California, but America wants and needs closed borders, which the left fights at every level. They want the votes, but also the chance to call conservatives racists for not opening the borders. Making whites a minority is openly applauded, in many circles. I tend to not brush that aside, just because it’s not PC. πŸ™‚

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