"There were no illegal immigrants at that time. If you could make it here, you could stay here."I think the Native Americans might disagree with your comment, O'Lieley...
It's likely the historians will do this. Can't count on today's irresponsible, profit-driven media to do it.
It is not dead unless you've become a deaf mute and even then...
Republicons are fleeing their party. There's this guy, Republicon US Attorney Marcos Daniel Jimenez who posted;”I’ve had the privilege and honor to see my brother work for Governor Jeb Bush, to be appointed to a Senate-confirmed office by President George W. Bush, and see my brother also appointed to a Senate-confirmed office by the same president.But I have decided that I will no longer be associated in any way with a party that is led by a bigoted, dangerous demagogue and that has become a party dominated by fear, anger and hate. Republicans should make no mistake about this. You now clearly belong to the party of hate … you are supporting a strongman who believes all of that.”
And there's George Will, who said plainly, "This is not my party,"
And Republicon Mayor of Charleston, West Virginia who said, “I will not stand silent if the party of Lincoln and the end of slavery buckles under the racial bias of a bigot,”
And Iowa State Senator David Johnson, who said, “I haven’t supported Mr Drumpf at any point along the way,” Johnson explained to The Guardian. “But what I am calling his racist remarks and judicial jihad is the last straw.” He went on to compare Drumpf to Hitler, saying “certainly the fascists took control of Germany under the same types of strategies.”
I'm a grumpy old man too and anyone who tries to tackle the oligarchy running $hit in this country, I couldn't care less how f-ing grumpy they are. And he said what he could to his supporters but they probably felt the same way I do.