Every time I close my eyes and try to placate my doubts, worries and fearful observations about a vote for John McCain, McCain goes and confirms the worst fears about his representation of the nation, particularly as a Republican. As a voter, what I see before me for this Fall is an Anti-American canyon from all perspectives. And then there’s that bad political route that we will have to drive for the next four years through that canyon, regardless of how the vote is cast.
Today is May 05. In Mexico, it’s “Cinco de Mayo Day.” Here we are, in the United States of America, and we have a GOP Presidential candidate not only commemorating a Mexican holiday, but participating in one to such an extent, that he’s affirming the Hispanic ethnic-supremacy interests and their ratty group, La Raza, right here in the U.S.A.
I can barely begin to imagine just what George Washington would be doing were he here today to witness this rotten behavior, as is also the rotten politics involved.
Today, here in the United States of America, it is May 05th. Apparently John McCain is looking toward Mexico to elect him because many of us Republicans in the United States of America are just not going to tolerate his randy betrayals here at home.
The John McCain campaign celebrated Cinco de Mayo today by launching a Spanish-language version of its website-and announcing that McCain will speak at the annual conference of the National Council of La Raza (July 14, 2008, San Diego, CA).
I’ve asked many people in general and specifically to define just who and what the “Hispanic vote” in the U.S.A. is. There is no definition offered because none exists. The term, “Hispanic vote” (or, “Hispanic voter”) is a POLITICAL term that defines a voting interest bloc motivated by persons mostly affiliated with Central and South America who seek to grant amnesty in the U.S.A. for people from Central and South America, and to eliminate the borders and legal requirements of the U.S.A. as to boundaries and citizenship and/or use of our nation by people from Central and South America by sheer fact of their “blood” or “Hispanic-ness.”
To be “Hispanic” is not to be of any defined racial type. The races of our human species are: Negroid (or, “Black”), Caucasian (or, “White”), Asian and Aborigine. That’s it. People who have populated Central and South America are descendents of original (second and third wave) human migration from Central Asia, whose descendents later interbred with a few Spaniards and Negroes. What’s resulted is a myriad of dozens upon dozens of ethnicities scattered throughout Central and South America.
So the whole “La Raza” — which means, in Spanish, “The Race” — term and intents represented are nothing more than ethnic-supremacy. There’s nothing glorious, honorable, respectable or even lucidly realistic about what their purpose is as group or what they seek. It’s purely political for ethnic-supremacy goals: “Hispanics” get free access, U.S.A. citizenship by merits of their DNA only, the U.S.A. somehow has to provide for them, make allowances for them, elevate them, eradicate laws and legal requirements for them, just bow down and eradicate standards for purposes of devotion to their DNA (or, ethnicity, because, again, they’re not a race).
Ludicrous and profane, of course. But what’s most profane to me as a citizen (and voter) of this nation is that ANY Presidential candidate (or President, for that matter, or any legislator, anyone in public office) is even associating with such an organization. Horribly, the HIllary Clinton campaign has La Raza “personnel” employed, I can’t speak as to Obama and I’m not investigating that here, now, for time constraints, and here we go, McCain chugging away at the La Raza disgust and promoting it.
Enter McCain’s association reaffirmed today with just such a disgusting group…READ Michelle Malkin’s post about this.
McCain’s speech today was startling, as it was also preposterously false.
…”everything about our Hispanic voters is tailor-made to the Republican message.”
“I am confident that I will do very well,” he said. “I know their patriotism, I know the respect for the family, the advocacy for pro-life, I know the small business aspect of our Hispanic voters.”
Either McCain is demented or he’s a demented liar, or, I’ll try to be generous here, he’s just another average, lying politician saying whatever works to make for misty votes.
Because he’s obviously oblivious to the May Day “Communist Workers'” “protests” by “Hispanics” who pummel, burn, tear, rip and offend the U.S. flag every possible terms, the worst being sewing a flag of Mexico inside two American flags or to one side of the U.S.A. flag such that the Mexican flag “shows through” the flag of the U.S.A. So I don’t see much to any respect for the U.S.A. and certainly nor for our flag, by these. And McCain has opted to vote against nearly all legislative attempts that are categorized as “pro-life,” though I suppose it ‘s a useful campaign ruse for him to use the term.
As to “family values,” the internet is awash in news articles about children by the hundreds of thousands abandoned by illegal aliens, every possible range of perversions and sexually-related crimes by illegal aliens (as also in their largely “Hispanic” nations from whence they’ve originated). Crimes of all sorts and across classes and throughout these societies and now throughout ours is represented by higher percentages from among both Hispanic people and illegal aliens, as are over sixty percent (the majority) of illegal aliens also Hispanics, from Hispanic countries, and therefore, also responsible for immigration crimes.
I would find it refreshing if any one political candidate, certainly for the Presidency, would even so much as begin to confront the ridiculous terms that are currently being used to talk all around but avoid talking about the actual issues. As long as candidates continue to use these terms — “Hispanic voters” and “the Hispanic vote” — they’ll avoid being specific and continue to encourage usery stereotypes for purposes of misleading the public.
I’d enjoy someone asking McCain to define just what and who he means by “Hispanic voter” and why he’s courting “the vote” from Central and South America. Same goes for Hillary and Obama.
Here are some of those “Hispanic family values” from the streets of Los Angeles, CA on May 01, 2008: