“Migrants and Refugees” Welcome, But “Rhetoric” is Not?

Who is the decision maker, who decides what is welcome and what is not? Are racists welcome? How come “migrants and refugees” are welcome, but “conservatives” are not welcome? Kinda makes me wonder how people choose sides, regardless of the hypocrisy, on both sides.

At the same time, those who “welcome”, never do it on their own property or in their own homes. They instead demand that we cater to their demands.

If you want something to happen, maybe you should open your own wallet.

14 thoughts on ““Migrants and Refugees” Welcome, But “Rhetoric” is Not?

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Ha, for sure. Why aren’t we entitled to our own beliefs? Why can’t we say what we want? Then again, are only certain people allowed entry?

      1. I believe in due process. If you claim to be a refugee, yet refuse asylum from another country, and decide to bully (and force with violence) your way into another country, then…

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          I hear ya Goldie. My follow up question is then, who controls due process? Do we trust the system only when it upholds our wants? I only ask, because I think the DOJ and practically every institution both public and private have become decisively polarized and incredibly political.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              Exactly, the person applying for asylum or residency is not privy either. The people with deep pockets, the right affiliation and who made the “best” donations, their employees were probably never denied an H-1B VISA.

              I know the process to request residency. The wait times are forever and the people who process the paperwork are the same lazy dregs of society, like the majority of government employees. Just like at the DMV.

              1. Hey, hey, hey, now… I am a former DMV DL Examiner & I worked my ass off. The people in the field are at the mercy of the political policymakers @ HQ. We were drowning in the same bureaucracy that our customers were.

                S*** rolls downhill. I’ve got 18 years of gov work under my belt across three states and I worked my ass off @ all three. Two of the four jobs was in Law Enforcement. I was effective as I could be with the political nitwits in the corresponding HQs.

                Careful with the generalizations.

                1. bottomlesscoffee007

                  Sorry Victoria. Then again, were you the outlier? I was in government employment for the last 20+ years and I must say, there are a few solid government employees, but the majority are duds.

                  1. My experience…the laziest ones were the ones with biggest paychecks, the political connections or a residence close to HQ.

                    I swear to God, I ACTUALLY had an Inspector (think plainclothes detective) tell me that, if I didn’t slow down, I would work myself out of a job. Really? How do you respond to such nonsense…the stupid, fat f***. And, as long as people spend time playing political games and one-upmanship, NOTHING gets done.

                    1. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Exactly. They mosie on in at the start of their shift. Take a 15-20 break before they turn their computer on. Then basically ignore every single customer, since they’re on FB all day. They will only take care of O5 and above.

              2. I’ve had indirect experiences, too. You are right about it being a tedious process for those who try it the legal way. But that is exactly why I’m so apprehensive about people doing it the easy way.

                1. bottomlesscoffee007

                  Same here. As well as the law makers who only want certain people to come in. They have their druthers as well.

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