He keeps talking, as if as long as words keep coming out of his mouth, Jack will stay.
What’s Santa Fe got that New York ain’t? Tarantulas? Tumbleweeds? A little bit of empty space you can’t do anything with? And he keeps talking. He keeps stalling.
He knows he’s fighting a battle that’s already been lost, from the look on Jack’s face, the guilt in his eyes as he dodges Davey’s gaze.
He continues, as if maybe if he mentions banners and unions one more time, he can change a dream that’s been years in the making. As if maybe if he says just one more thing about making headlines, about David and Goliath and the New York moon, Jack will be here this time tomorrow.
Kelly Osbourne’s “toilet cleaning” remark is the perfect example of how the progressive lefty is at their most racist when they think they’re proving how not racist they are.
You could hear the (feigned or real?) outrage in her voice and the contempt she had for the ‘racist’ and evil Donald Trump. But when we examine the two remarks we find that her condemnation of Trump was much more prejudiced than his original comment.
Trump’s original statement was to the the effect that the people coming to American from Mexico represent the worst of Mexican society–the criminal elements. This is certainly unfair and prejudiced against that particular segment of Mexicans he was referring to (’illegal immigrants’), but he wasn’t saying anything about “all” Mexicans or even Mexicans (or immigrants) in general.
Yet Kelly Osbourne, in her attempt to attack Trump for his “racism” let it slip that (to her mind) all ‘latinos’ are immigrants, that all immigrants are latinos, and that all of these people clean toilets for a living. Yikes.