“That’s an offensive term! People find that hurtful,” he said.
“You mean it’s not politically correct, and yet everybody uses it,”replied Trump, who apparently must include at least one unethical rationalization in every sentence.
The fact, you idiot, that “everybody uses it” doesn’t make it right.
“Look it up in the dictionary,” Llamas yelled. “It’s offensive!” Gee, I’m sorry, Tom, I don’t let the dictionary tell me how I can express myself, and neither should Trump. The dictionaries reflect the fact that pro-illegal immigration forces have warped the use of language. I assume pretty soon the dictionary will declare any term for illegal immigrants that distinguishes them from law-abiding, wait-in-line, pay-the-fees, legal immigrants is similarly “offensive.”
“I’ll use the word anchor baby. Excuse me! I’ll use the word anchor baby!” Trump said.
So will I.
Today, Jeb Bush correctly—and without using a rationalization!—defended the use of “anchor baby.”
“Do you have a better term? You give me a better term and I’ll use it,” he said to a reporter who challenged him.
No, there isn’t a better term, and “a child born to a noncitizen mother in US for the purpose of providing an advantage to family members seeking to secure citizenship or legal residency” takes too long to say. The term is accurate and descriptive, and the reason it is being called “offensive” is because it makes a dishonest, exploitive and evasive tactic sound like exactly what it is. It’s a terrific term, in fact. Sorry that the truth hurts.
Right on cue, Hillary’s hired Twitterer answered Jeb’s challenge with this:
“How about “babies,” “children,” or “American citizens.”
Perfect! A perfect example of how pro-illegal immigration advocates want to blur language so the issue is incomprehensible! Does “baby” communicate the unethical device of using the U.S. birthright laws to get entire illegal families into the country for good? When I say “American citizens,” do you think, “Oh! You mean those babies that illegal immigrants try to have in the U.S. so they won’t be deported?” It’s also a perfect example of how cynical and openly dishonest Hillary Clinton (are her agents and lackeys) are. She knows “babies,” “children,” or “American citizens” don’t mean the same thing as “anchor babies,” but assumes that her corrupted, ethically-rotted supporters don’t care. The point is to muzzle anyone who accurately calls illegal immigration what it is: