Any Conservative with a heart – probably keeps it in the freezer next to old slices of fruitcake

Actually, over the years I’ve known a few conservatives with big hearts and a small “c”. Some were even Republicans in a different day, a different country. They certainly wouldn’t be Republicans, today.

Thanks, gocomics.org

6 thoughts on “Any Conservative with a heart – probably keeps it in the freezer next to old slices of fruitcake

  1. Stable Genius® says:

    “Great to see how hard Republicans are fighting for our Military and Safety at the Border. The Dems just want illegal immigrants to pour into our nation unchecked. If stalemate continues, Republicans should go to 51% (Nuclear Option) and vote on real, long term budget, no C.R.’s!” Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 4:35 AM – 21 Jan 2018 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/955056249925750784
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Sunday expressed opposition to using the “nuclear option” to allow the Senate to pass a long-term budget with 51 votes. “The Republican Conference opposes changing the rules on legislation,” a spokesman for McConnell said.

  2. Abschiebung says:

    Trump takes ‘shackles’ off ICE https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-takes-shackles-off-ice-which-is-slapping-them-on-immigrants-who-thought-they-were-safe/2018/02/11/4bd5c164-083a-11e8-b48c-b07fea957bd5_story.html?utm_term=.b10f7999fe50 “…Former acting ICE director John Sandweg, who helped draft the 2014 memo that prioritized arrests based on the severity of immigrants’ criminal offenses, said the agency has resources to deport only about 200,000 cases a year from the interior of the United States.
    “The problem is, when you remove all priorities, it’s like a fisherman who could just get his quota anywhere,” Sandweg said. “It diminishes the incentives on the agents to go get the bad criminals. Now their job is to fill the beds.” …“It’s true that all these people are deportable, but that doesn’t mean they should all have equal value,” said Cecilia Muñoz, a former policy adviser to Obama who helped shape the administration’s tiered enforcement approach.
    “By crowding the courts with all kinds of people, you’re creating a resource problem,” Muñoz said. “If you apply that logic to local police forces, you’re saying that every robber and rapist is the same as a jaywalker. And then you’re clogging your courts with jaywalkers.”

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