California's Lt. Governor, Cruz Bustamante, wants to
replace his boss, Gray Davis, who will most likely to be recalled on
legions of racist brown people show up to vote their skin color on October
7? Will hordes of illegal aliens vote? Will gaggles of self-hating white
liberal twits put down their designer water bottles and swish down to
vote for Bustamante just because he isn't white? Will some elite union
bosses, whose unions are now full of Hispanics, including many suspected
illegal aliens and brown racists, be able to fool white working people
into voting for Bustamante by convincing them that their interests are
the same as the interests of the brown racists who hate their guts?
Will white working people once again prove just how stupidly aracial
they are and vote for Bustamante because he's wearing a Democrat wrapper?
Will white middle class, yellow dog Democrats vote for Bustamante, just
because being a Democrat runs in their families?
maybe if white masochists, who like to be Mau Mau'd and who hate themselves,
and other European-Americans, and America, know more about this guy
they'll be sure to turn out and vote. Perhaps the following will help.
Back in his college days, Bustamante was a member of MEChA. Some critics
say that MEChA has brown racist views. Could it be that those who are
saying this are overstating the case? Consider the facts: 1. MEChA's
slogan is "For the race, everything. For those outside the race,
nothing." The race (La Raza) that they are referring to is composed
of mestizos or brown skinned people. 2. MEChA wants to take back California
and most of the U.S. southwest--all of which they call Aztlan--for Mexico.
Having one of their pals in the governor's mansion in California is
a big step in that direction.
Although the skeletal cockroaches in Bustamante's closet
are now having some light put on them by the conservative media, the
mainstream liberal media is mostly silent. The Los Angeles Times, ever
liberal, appears to be working overtime to puff up Bustamante and hide
what this guy really appears to be about.
The "Chicano activist group" is the aforementioned
MEChA. Activist? Cripes. They want to give California to Mexico and
they apparently don't like white people. That's pretty activist. Why
didn't the Times say anything about that? And doesn't that business
about "getting involved" make the guy sound like he's the
kind of person we need running California? "Shucks, Ma, we need
someone who is involved and that there Bustamante feller sure is involved.
Why it says so right here in the Times."
Schwarzenegger isn't a "candidate" like Bustamante,
but an actor. He didn't answer questions like Bustamante, he "deflected"
them. And, the Times didn't euphemize away Schwarzenegger's past as
it did with Bustamante's. "Shucks, Ma, that there Schwarzenneger
feller is just a shifty and frivolous actor who was involved in wild
sex and drugs. It says so right here in the Times."
thing to remember is that Bustamante is the standard bearer of the Democrat
Party in California. What does that tell you about what was once a fine
American political party? Where are national Democrats on this issue?
Why are Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer backing Bustamante?
Do they also support MEChA and its goals?
what about the other two reasonable conservative Republican alternatives
to Bustamante--Peter Uberroth and Tom McClintock? They're both capable,
but this isn't their time. Ueberroth has no real base and should be
bright enough to know that he's just being a spoiler. He should drop
out as soon as possible McClintock is a favorite of many immigration
reformers because of his outspoken positions on immigration, but he
has no real chance of winning. He lacks charisma. He should drop out
by the end of September. If Uberroth and McClintock don't drop out and
instead take away enough votes from Schwarzenneger to allow Bustamante
to get into office, one suspects that immigration reformers, conservatives,
and Republicans will never forgive them.
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