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  1. I was repulsed by this too.

    “Don’t let that evil yellow skinned man take my seat!”

    Robert Byrd (D-KKK) would be so proud.

    Comment by The_Livewire — September 23, 2010 @ 12:15 pm - September 23, 2010

  2. When she says, nuestra comunidad,¨ she does not mean all the
    constituents of her district. She is using in the more narrow sense,
    namely hispanics, legal and illegal.

    Comment by Roberto — September 23, 2010 @ 12:35 pm - September 23, 2010

  3. So, is it fair to say that Loretta is pandering to xenophobic bigots by inciting hatred of ‘The Other?’

    Linda and Loretta Sanchez are America’s equivalent of The Duras Sisters.

    Comment by V the K — September 23, 2010 @ 12:47 pm - September 23, 2010

  4. Slavery? Entitlement? Racism?

    They are all the same thing! They are all forms of class warfare. But where proponents openly incite conflict between rich and poor, they have to modify their rhetoric to make it socially acceptable. Instead of pitting black against white, or white against black, they rename their movement; “anti-racists (socialists) vs racists (their intended target)”.

    As far as i’m concerned, anyone who endorses the idea that an entire class of people are guilty of a crime, or are entitled to some kind of benefit at the expense of others, that person is a socialist!

    David Duke is just a really ugly example of socialism. Even he uses rhetoric that places ‘all good Aryans’ as the victim of some un-pure oppressor, in the same old work of fiction.

    ————————

    “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

    - Martin Luther King Jr.
    .

    Comment by gastorgrab — September 23, 2010 @ 1:08 pm - September 23, 2010

  5. Also, Sexist liberal heckles Meg Whitman, Chris Christie steps in and chivalrously defends her.

    Comment by V the K — September 23, 2010 @ 1:27 pm - September 23, 2010

  6. IIRC her district is quite filled with SE Asian immigrants.

    A few years back a man who owned a video store there put up a flag of the OLD Vietnam only to cause riots and national media attention because so many of the younger immigrants favored the newer commie version of the flag of their ex-country.

    Comment by Nan G — September 23, 2010 @ 1:41 pm - September 23, 2010

  7. Linda and Loretta Sanchez are America’s equivalent of The Duras Sisters.

    Why V, you unabashed geek, you. :-)

    LOVE the Star Trek reference!!! “Sins of the Father” – GREAT episode!

    Comment by Eric in Chicago — September 23, 2010 @ 1:42 pm - September 23, 2010

  8. Oh, well, V-K, Eric beat me to it!
    But, I’ll still say the Star Trek reference makes me wanna like you A WHOLE LOT.

    Comment by rodney — September 23, 2010 @ 2:42 pm - September 23, 2010

  9. ¡Viva el Peligro Amarillo !

    Comment by Rhymes With Right — September 23, 2010 @ 3:02 pm - September 23, 2010

  10. Haha, lately you guys on this site just keep hitting at issues that strike close to home for me! I agree, Susana Martinez is great as are Brian Sandoval and Marco Rubio. I blogged about the Latino leftist issue recently:

    http://colorfulconservative.blogspot.com/2010/09/razistas-are-calling-latinos-to-rally.html

    It is sad that Latinos have to sacrifice their conservative social values and traditional work ethic to be seen as loyal to their race. I hope the Vietnamese challengers boots the Sanchez sisters.

    Comment by Coco — September 23, 2010 @ 3:42 pm - September 23, 2010

  11. Hi,

    This note is for Rhymes with Right and others, too… RwR, I just left a brief comment on your blog. Can we see the full segment of this news show just to make sure this isn’t out of context, the way Sherrod’s comments ended up being? I wouldn’t want this to backfire. I am fluent in Spanish and can translate if you need it; I just want to see the full news segment.

    Comment by Coco — September 23, 2010 @ 3:48 pm - September 23, 2010

  12. Shameful. Speaking as a afro-latino myself, this is sick. Being of the same race does not make men brothers, nor does saying “we’re the same!” actually prove one understands the other.

    Comment by Greg T. — September 23, 2010 @ 3:55 pm - September 23, 2010

  13. Between her adultery scandal with her military escort (with whom she now lives in sin), her Playboy mansion frolicking, her fear of debating Tran, and now her blatant racism, I think Loretta is finished. Pack your caprtet bags, Lady. (For more on her sex scandal, google: loretta sanchez scandal OR loretta sanchez einwechter.)

    Comment by JT — September 23, 2010 @ 5:14 pm - September 23, 2010

  14. Being ‘of the same race’ never stopped Charles and Shirley Sherrod from exploiting black farm workers.

    From the archives of the United Farm Workers, Sept. 28, 1974, (see: “Children Farm Workers Strike Black Co-op”, page 2): http://www.farmworkermovement.org/ufwarchives/elmalcriado/1974/No.%209%20September%2028,%201974.pdf
    .

    Comment by gastorgrab — September 23, 2010 @ 6:49 pm - September 23, 2010

  15. Thanks, Eric and Rodney. I wonder if there’s any way to do a Google bomb so that that picture is one of the top things that comes up when Linda or Loretta is Googled.

    Comment by V the K — September 23, 2010 @ 7:18 pm - September 23, 2010

  16. Identity Politics at its worst. The desperation coming from Sanchez shows how much heat she is getting from her constituents & the party leaders. Naturally, she’s torn so she devolves into the basic, paltry form. She’s disgusting. Hopefully, she will be wiped out in the Republican Shockwave this November….

    Comment by Sebastian Shaw — September 23, 2010 @ 7:18 pm - September 23, 2010

  17. Meanwhile, the media are busy trying to locate Albus Dumbledore to see if Christine O’Donnell studied at Hogwarts.

    Comment by SoCalRobert — September 23, 2010 @ 8:02 pm - September 23, 2010

  18. Why shouldn’t a Congressional seat be determined by race or ethnicity? College admissions are. Corporate hiring is. Government hiring and promotion certainly are.

    Comment by Guy — September 23, 2010 @ 8:40 pm - September 23, 2010

  19. I listened to the entire segment on Univision, thanks to Rhymes with Right: http://noticias.univision.com/al-punto/videos/video/2010-09-12/las-elecciones-al-congreso .

    The full length of it was awful in context. She basically said it was “our” seat that the “anti-immigrant Vietnamese guy” and the “Vietnamese” are working hard to “strip away from us.” This was terrible.

    Then she looks straight in the camera and says, “Hispanos, if the Democrats don’t win in November, there will be no vote on immigration reform for 10-20 years. If we win, we’ll have a vote just after the election.”

    Sounds like blackmail.

    Comment by Coco — September 23, 2010 @ 11:19 pm - September 23, 2010

  20. http://www.c-spanarchives.org/program/ID/714&start=1160&end=1210

    Finally found it! A video that explains how Congress has screwed us by borrowing too much. Trade deficit == why are economy is so unbalanced, btw.

    We don’t import too much because we are immoral. We do it to pay for the federal deficit.

    Comment by joeedh — September 23, 2010 @ 11:37 pm - September 23, 2010

  21. Gee, the libs sure got quiet all of a sudden…

    Comment by American Elephant — September 23, 2010 @ 11:47 pm - September 23, 2010

  22. She, like so many on foreign language television, would never say this in English (at least on camera). Much like Abu Mazen who professes peace in English and while in the USA – he tells Palestinians that there is valor in homicide bombers and attends events to honor them. I see no difference and it is more shameful than race-baiting. It is a plain desperate act to win something that once achieved a candidate feels entitled to. Term limits is the only way out of the Sanchez’s and Abbas’ of the world.

    Comment by Steve Yuhas — September 24, 2010 @ 4:22 am - September 24, 2010

  23. Christopher Coates is currently testifying……..and it doesn’t sound good.

    Wasn’t the Civil Rights legislation specifically designed to address the problem of ‘selective enforcement’ of the law? Wasn’t the original problem caused by the sense of kinship between the offenders (KKK) and members of the justice system?

    Is there something lacking in the Civil Rights laws, that they could be so easily corrupted to serve a subset of Americans?
    .

    Comment by gastorgrab — September 24, 2010 @ 10:38 am - September 24, 2010

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  25. Just to be clear; even though the result was ‘racial’, i do not see the motivations of the accused to be ‘racist’. They are working towards a political end, and not an ethnic end.

    ‘Minority’ is not a race.

    The only kinship shared between all members who may have conspired ‘fix the game’, is their political ideology.
    .

    Comment by gastorgrab — September 24, 2010 @ 11:01 am - September 24, 2010

  26. And the latest: Barack Obama and the Obama Party are saying that minority members may not be prosecuted or punished under the Voting Rights Act for any reason.

    So let’s see. The Obama Party and its puppet gay and lesbian community screams about “equality” — even as it is demanding enforcement of the law based solely on skin color or minority status.

    Any gay or lesbian person who supports the Obama Party does not support equality. Period. They support racism, special treatment for minorities, and unequal enforcement and protection of the law.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — September 24, 2010 @ 1:16 pm - September 24, 2010

  27. Racism is just a political tool, just like it has always been.

    Racism is the ethnic “FIRE!” in the movie house.

    Racism has always been a means to a political end. Why? Because the people who actually believe in ‘racism’ are too stupid to make anything happen themselves. They NEED someone to provide the motivation for their every action. They are incapable of independent thought, and react only to stimuli.

    They are NOT conscious people. They are NOT ‘self-aware’. ‘Racism’ promises the control of the ‘oppressor’, but it’s real intention is to control the ‘victims’ it describes.
    .

    Comment by gastorgrab — September 24, 2010 @ 4:10 pm - September 24, 2010

  28. Loretta Sanchez doesn’t need a vote from the American people because of her racist attitude. Van Tran is an American who happens to be Vietnamese, so what? So many Liberals using ethnicity to advance their political agenda is exploitative and unfair. Personally, I noticed that many Liberal people say they support “equal rights” for women and minority groups but, privately, they say the most racist things. Liberal urban areas are the most impoverished and racist places in America. I don’t see many Conservatives using ethnicity as an issue, they focus on national issues that affect all Americans. If Liberal urban areas want real change and prosperity in the coming years they will vote for sensible Conservative candidates who are tough on crime and fiscally responsible and so on. Liberal-Socialist politicians have ruined our beautiful urban cities.

    I’m from California and I say: Secure the borders, stop the illegal immigration, stop the violent gangs and street thugs, revitalize urban communities, and down with the Leftist policies that help breed those dangerous and racist environments.

    Comment by Totakikay — September 24, 2010 @ 6:46 pm - September 24, 2010

  29. Loretta Sanchez doesn’t need a vote from the American people because of her racist attitude. Van Tran is an American who happens to be Vietnamese, so what? So many Liberals using ethnicity to advance their political agenda is exploitative and unfair. Personally, I noticed that many Liberal people say they support “equal rights” for women and minority groups but, privately, they say the most racist things. Liberal urban areas are the most impoverished and racist places in America. I don’t see many Conservatives using ethnicity as an issue, they focus on national issues that affect all Americans. If Liberal urban areas want real change and prosperity in the coming years they will vote for sensible Conservative candidates who are tough on crime and fiscally responsible and so on. Liberal-Socialist politicians have ruined our beautiful urban cities.

    I’m from California and I say: Secure the borders, stop the illegal immigration, stop the violent gangs and street thugs, revitalize urban communities, and down with the Leftist policies that help breed those dangerous and racist environments.

    Comment by Totakikay — September 24, 2010 @ 6:46 pm - September 24, 2010

  30. @29: a double comment…weird.

    Comment by Totakikay — September 24, 2010 @ 6:47 pm - September 24, 2010

  31. As a New Mexican who happens to be gay, Susanna Martinez is hardly the best choice for our state’s governor. Denish makes far more sense if you’re supportive of conservative principles. Martinez will mire our state’s fragile economy in more destructive debt while increasing reliance on the padrone system instead of more accountability. At least with Diane Denish we’re assured more responsible fisaccountability and transparency.

    Comment by Amphy — September 24, 2010 @ 7:59 pm - September 24, 2010

  32. I am of mixed race (White and American Indian). I appear to be White and am targeted here in LA all the time because I am, in the eyes of racists, the one who is supposed to be such a racist. I have never encountered so much hate in my life as I have at my college in Los Angeles. All the haters are certain they are the victims and not the perpetrators. I no longer have any sympathy whatsoever for them. They have no respect for anyone. I don’t know how to get across to people the seriousness of this situation. This is a major priority. We must put an end to this now.

    Comment by katatinka caroon — September 25, 2010 @ 3:26 pm - September 25, 2010

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