Pomp & Protests For Britain’s Native Son: Trump’s State Visit To His Motherland

OK.. It’s really good to see you guys stepping out there and telling it like it really is with emotion; I mean don’t get me wrong, I am definitely a humble student of your expertise in Journalism but when I see in your print real ‘in yo face’ writing. It’s like Henny Youngman’s “TAKE MY WIFE, PLEASE! GET ‘Queen Sissy-DumbAss Doofus💩🐷’ THE HELL OUTTA HERE, PLEASE!!

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  1. Thanks for the reblog! I’m not sure if you are saying that you like it or not? My one-liner is that Trump is such a recent immigrant that he’s still in New York! But, based on my estimates, around 40% or more of Americans were born abroad or born to parents born abroad, so it’s not funny to everyone. I’ve recycled a version of this post at least five times – each time they say they will protest. I don’t want them to welcome him warmly but welcome him as their own and put him into line. Ideally they can put him on his maternal island without transport. However, he might bribe someone to get him off of it. I can understand, a bit, that they might want to disclaim those of us whose ancestors revolted against the Crown, but to disclaim someone whose mother was born there is just mind-boggling. The other thing that blows my mind is that the UK supposedly cut off immigration from India/the colonies in the 1960s becaused they didn’t want those from India who had been living in Uganda. I think that is one reason why we started getting so many (and Canada). They made some rule that you can move between colonies but not go to the UK. I know of someone who fought for the UK in WWII with the understanding that they could move to the UK as their reward, but were told – no you can go to Canada or Australia but not to the UK. I also used to know people who lived in Canada whose mother was British and the father was not. The father was not welcomed to the UK. To keep the family together they had to move to Canada or Australia, but not to the UK. So, I have to wonder how this Sadiq Khan guy’s parents got to move to the UK in 1968 around the time that they were rejecting these other people. I don’t understand why Italian Americans whose ancestors immigrated over 150 years ago can move to the UK or Ireland, but British Americans and Irish Americans cannot after their grandparents generation. If your grandparents weren’t born in Australia, they don’t allow you to be in government because there is a supposition that you might be a dual national with divided loyalties, I am told.

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