The Thrasher Coffee team is excited to introduce our most controversial coffee ever: Border Blend. Protecting our southern border is a serious issue, so we’ve roasted a serious coffee to help raise money to build the wall. This blend is strong and dark with notes of chocolate and spice, fortified with American grit and determination. A wall is firm. A wall is strong. You will be, too, with a delicious cup of Border Blend! Build yourself up along with the Border Wall: brick by brick, mug by mug.
While you are waiting on your delicious bag of Border Blend to be roasted and shipped, please take a moment to read our thoughts on the immigration crisis and the need for a border wall…
America is made of immigrants from many nations and cultural backgrounds. These immigrants came to America to become members of “one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” It was their love for American ideals and a pursuit of the American Dream that united them together to form what we like to call a melting pot.
Sadly, the Left has been exploiting our differences for their own political and economic gain. They desperately drive us to divide us into separate groups based on our skin color or our gender to further their own political careers. They’ve been playing the race card so often that it’s beginning to lose its effect. I am waiting for them come up with a new label for those who cry foul.
Even worse, Democrats want to replace America’s Republican voters with new Democrat voters from third world countries. It all began with Ted Kennedy’s Immigration Act of 1965. Ann Coulter exposed their frightening agenda when she said,
Conservatives aren’t completely off the hook. We know that many conservatives have forgotten that their own ancestors were once immigrants too. There’s DNA evidence to suggest that the Native Americans also emigrated here from the Siberian Highlands thousands of years ago. The fact is that all Americans were at one time immigrants to this country. Xenophobia is simply not an option.
Of course, America is a work in progress. We’ve learned from earlier mistakes such as slavery and the mistreatment of Native Americans, and we are still self-correcting. Ultimately it has been our belief in God and our God-given rights that guided us into becoming a better nation through the times.
If we are going to move America past these divisive issues, we must have a new immigration policy that is humanitarian and biblical. The new policy must respect and secure our borders and the rule of law, while giving skilled and motivated people in other nations the opportunity to become citizens and contribute to our economy, and achieve the American dream for themselves and their families.
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12 oz of freshly roasted coffee