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SooperMexican: Dana Milbank Apologist?

Posted on | February 16, 2012 | 14 Comments

by Smitty

Did I type apologist? I meant adversary. First day, new fingers. SooperMexican is having none of Milbank’s critique of the GOP’s ‘insufficient’ pandering of the Latino vote (emphasis original, epithets ironic, as only conservative white males are capable of raaaaacism):

Today leftist halfwit and pasty white gringo Dana Milbank wrote a column decrying the GOP’s lack of pandering to the Latino community. Of course, the Obama administration has such a fantastic record of promising everything to Latinos, and giving us nothing.

You can tell that people on the right care little for Latinos by Marco Rubio’s poor performance at the CPAC straw poll for making it on the GOP ticket this November:
Did I say poor performance? Look at that: Rubio blew away both of the next two hopefuls by nearly a 4:1 margin.

The only way Milbank is even remotely correct is that the Ruling Class GOP never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity to support liberty and follow the Tea Party spirit. Could the GOP piss down the backs of Americans of Latino extraction this fall? I wish I could argue persuasively in the negative on that one.


14 Responses to “SooperMexican: Dana Milbank Apologist?”

  1. Soopermexican
    February 16th, 2012 @ 5:04 pm

    Darn you and your misleading blog titles! *shakes chimichanga at Smitty angrily*

  2. AnonymousDrivel
    February 16th, 2012 @ 6:00 pm

    You know, some years I’d prefer A. Chimichanga over my electoral options. So put that in your sombrero and stuff it, Dana. If that is your real name.

  3. Guest Again
    February 16th, 2012 @ 6:17 pm

    Dana Milbank and Soopermexican are both dingbat jerks.  I think it’s a draw as to neither of them being any more credible than puffy dust.

  4. DetroitRight
    February 16th, 2012 @ 6:27 pm

    I’m starting to think that some of ya’ll are in need of some hoo hah! as in BALD hoo hah!… Wow… just….wow… O_o

  5. Adjoran
    February 16th, 2012 @ 8:01 pm

    Milbank is proof you can use a keyboard without brains or testicles.  He’s been a little Democratic cabana-boy for years, his whole “career.”


  6. Dandapani
    February 16th, 2012 @ 8:42 pm

    I was riding behind a small economy car today, driven by an obvious Latina.  Her car has a small sticker on the back window: ABO.  Yup. Not looking good for BO. She clearly wants Anybody But Obama! He has lost the Latino vote.

  7. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:10 am

     I always though Chimi Changa was some gay fashion designer guy who made shoes.

  8. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:12 am

    Were I Braxton Bragg, I would prefer a Chickamauga.

  9. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:13 am

     Best description I’ve ever seen of the clown.

  10. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:14 am

     Damn, Danda: you’re not pronouncing it correctly; it’s Laa-tee-NAH [and don’t forget: Pahk-eee-sthan].

  11. Dandapani
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:30 am

    I detest these fake, super exaggerated, Spanish accents like used by Geraldo and others.   The recent Sesame Street snippet with SC Justice So-Tow-May-ore drove me nuts.  They do this to drive daggers into their political opponents. If you listen to real, natural, conversational Spanish it sounds nothing like that.

  12. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 8:57 am

    Exactly. It’s just another tactic in the Left’s attempt to balkanize American Society, to break it up into rival groupings [classic Leftist tactic, that].

  13. Soopermexican
    February 17th, 2012 @ 10:28 am

     I’d agree I hate it when people overdo it. On the other hand, my last name is very Spanish, and really can’t be pronounced without sounding ludicrous unless I say it with an accent. Being a right-wing nutjob, I certainly don’t intend to balkanize America.

  14. Bob Belvedere
    February 17th, 2012 @ 10:43 am

    Dandapani’s point was that the melodramatic pronunciation of foreign names and place names is the bad thing [like Laa-Tee-NAH, instead of Lah-tee-no]. It’s the equivalent to saying ‘Well, I drive a Prius’, with the emphasis on the last word so you know how superior that person is. My real last name is less harsh on the ears if you say it with the Italian pronunciation, which is why I say it that way.