[Ads-l] legacy Americans

Jonathan Lighter wuxxmupp2000 at GMAIL.COM
Sat Sep 25 20:36:05 EDT 2021


Whoever the "legacy Americans" are (and I think I can guess), they're
living here now by definition.

To "replace" them is to exile or otherwise eliminate them. (And I think I
get the picture.)

Does Tuck's audience believe that's the "Demonrat" agenda? He certainly
wants them to.

JL

On Sat, Sep 25, 2021 at 7:27 PM Stanton McCandlish <smccandlish at gmail.com>
wrote:

> > more obedient people from far-away countries
>
> Totally inconsistent with the Republican Party line.  The GOP is the
> law-and-order party, i.e. the obedient party, and they're clearly obedient
> to god-and-country propaganda if nothing else.  Their complaint for
> generations is that liberals are a bunch of loose-living scofflaws
> (disobedient); and among the more strident Republican complaints about
> immigrants is a wacky belief that most of them are criminals, i.e.
> disobedient.  Carlson never made much sense, but his cognitive dissonance
> keeps rising in pitch and volume.  When will his head pop?
>
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> which are brought about by rulers mostly knaves, and soldiers mostly
> fools."
> —Ambrose Bierce, *The Devil's Dictionary* (1911)
> "When you're born in this world, you're given a ticket to the freak show.
> And when you're born in America, you're given a front row seat.
> And some of us get to sit there with notebooks."
> —George Carlin, *Archive of American Television* interview (2008)
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