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“…Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said Thursday that her party must stop treating women as “a throw-away.” “When we talk about women’s issues and the social issues, people have to stop acting like the woman is a throw-away here,” the Texas senator, who is retiring, said on CNN’s “Starting Point.” “We’ve got to talk to women about the issues they care about.”..”

As bad as the GOP’s problem with women happens to be, the racial divide is even worse, far far worse. Once again, the racist roaches, those adorable little anti-Hispanic darlings, lead by the ever bigoted Michelle Malkin are bubbling to the surface.  Racists like Malkin have basically cost the GOP any hope of ever being a majority party.  Now that some of the key bigots have lost a few powerful seats in Congress, they are frantic.  She wrote:

“...Here we go again. The GOP got a drubbing on Election Day. But instead of talking about the poisonous effects of identity politics, economic illiteracy, the government school monopoly, and the Right’s woeful competitive disadvantage in mainstream American culture, the usual pandering suspects — led by GOP Sen. Lindsey Grahamanesty — have resurrected illegal alien amnesty-mania.

My work on illegal immigration, border security, and national security began as an editorial writer at the Los Angeles Daily News in 1992, where I first bore witness to the Balkanization wrought by open-borders multiculturalists. Invasion, published in 2002, documented how systematically lax enforcement of our immigration laws combined with suicidal political correctness paved the way for the September 11 terrorist attacks.

GOP “moderates” and strategists assume that waving the magic amnesty wand and opening up the welfare/entitlement state to generations of illegal immigrants will translate into electoral gains for the party. They’re deluded. They pretend amnesty will come at no cost to legal immigrants and native-born Americans. They pretend they can “secure the border first” by making the same empty, token gestures that have left our borders a bloody joke for decades.

The promise of “securing the border first” is a Kabuki compromise.

These GOP amnesty-peddlers are as deluded now as they were in 2007 when Bush/McCain/Kennedy spearheaded a failed amnesty campaign. They’ve learned nothing….”

That’s just how The Pink Flamingo feels.  Here we go again.  Malkin, who writes for white supremacist Vdare, is one of the cruelest, most venomous, creatures slithering around the corridors of FOX Tabloid News these days.

Unfortunately, Malkin is far from being the only one.  She one of the most upfront haters, but there are thousands of others, many of them very well financed.  If anyone thinks this is about protecting the US, they are fools.  It is pure and simple racism.

“…On Friday’s program, Fischer said that America never had a problem with immigration when the bulk of the immigrants came from Europe because they shared our heritage, values, and worldview. But recently, most immigration has been coming from non-European third-world countries where people do not possess the Protestant Work Ethic and expect the government to take care of them.

In fact, said Fischer, Hispanics do not vote Democratic because of the issue of immigration but rather because “they are socialists by nature” who want open borders simply so that they can bring in their families to “benefit from the plunder of the wealth of the United States.”  

As Fischer sees it, there is nothing the Republican can do to ever woo Hispanics away from the Democratic Party … and that is “one of the reasons why we’ve got to clamp down on immigration”: …”

Slate

Heather MacDonald is a bigot when it comes to Hispanics.  She is a trusted conservative, who wants to tell the GOP why they lost Hispanics.  Perhaps she should look in the mirror.

“...I spoke last year with John Echeveste, founder of the oldest Latino marketing firm in southern California, about Hispanic politics. “What Republicans mean by ‘family values’ and what Hispanics mean are two completely different things,” he said. “We are a very compassionate people, we care about other people and understand that government has a role to play in helping people.”

And a strong reason for that support for big government is that so many Hispanics use government programs. U.S.-born Hispanic households in California use welfare programs at twice the rate of native-born non-Hispanic households. And that is because nearly one-quarter of all Hispanics are poor in California, compared to a little over one-tenth of non-Hispanics. Nearly seven in ten poor children in the state are Hispanic, and one in three Hispanic children is poor, compared to less than one in six non-Hispanic children. One can see that disparity in classrooms across the state, which are chock full of social workers and teachers’ aides trying to boost Hispanic educational performance.

The idea of the “social issues” Hispanic voter is also a mirage. A majority of Hispanics now support gay marriage, a Pew Research Center poll from last month found. The Hispanic out-of-wedlock birth rate is 53 percent, about twice that of whites. …”

TPM

Imagine 2050

 

Media Matters

Unfortunately, it’s not just anti-Hispanic racism.  Let’s be brutally honest here.  The whole secession “movement” is not about a Democrat being re-elected, it is about a BLACK Democrat being reelected.

“...“I am completely aware that Election Day was a catalyzing moment, but I do not believe that the underpinnings of this are solely about Barack Obama,” Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller told POLITICO. “This cake has been baking for a long time — it’s the Obama administration that put the candles on the cake and lit it for us.”…”

On election night, Bill O’Reilly bewailed the fact that the nation was no longer made up of a white majority.  That’s what this is all about.  It is what Vision Forum’s quiverfull movement is about – having white babies to repopulate the earth.  If it weren’t so pathetic it would almost be laughable.

 

 

 

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  • unknown jane says:

    Could somebody please tell these dodos that 1) amnesty isn’t of itself an issue — it’s that many Latinos (and other non-white people) see the amnesty issue as just a cloak for white supremacists, and in this they may have a point; 2) Latinos aren’t “natural socialists”, but they are typically, like most newer immigrants, from poor/working class/lower middle class backgrounds…so the party for the “rich guys who fire folks like them” isn’t going to be popular…Romney lost from this more than anything (plus being weird); 3) that bs about having no problems with earlier European immigrants is the biggest pile of bs I’ve heard in quite some time! Wish my dad was still around…he remembered it quite differently (back when Italians were “not quite white” and were “natural socialists”; and my husband’s German family, who were of course debased Anglo-Saxons poisoned by socialism and Eastern European influence, and were also “tawny whites” (the horror! the horror! as a person of mixed heritage and Italian complexion I find the notion of Germans as “tawny” hilarious); and let me not forget my grandfather’s Irish/Welsh ancestry, which at the time his family came over made them natural, coal mining untermensch — small and dark! (again, I’m laughing at the thought of Welshmen being “dark” and Irishmen being “black”).

    Now all of these things — race, ethnicity, gender, economic status — are just tribal things that shouldn’t be pandered too…but there is pandering to them, and then there is treating them like dirt (reverse pandering if you will), and both are the big problem as I see it. Just treat people like equal citizens, give their hopes/worries equal consideration…serve and represent all the people as best you can, and you’re golden. Don’t talk down, don’t label, don’t condescend…you know, treat them like Americans; work for their best interests as Americans as best a person can, at least try to, and at least try to acknowledge that they are “our people” too (and thus worthy of representation, service, protection, and love). Any politician who does that is golden.

    But that isn’t what some people want of course — because some pigs are more equal than others (and yeah, once again, I’m not letting any political party off the hook; they all do this).

  • SJ Reidhead says:

    Can’t you just feel the love?

    SJR

  • unknown jane says:

    I’m not sure about the “love”, but I can definitely feel the “stupid”!


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