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post #2221 of 5112
Who cares. Loretta is a mestiza. She's half savage.
post #2222 of 5112
It is kind of funny how people forget that mestizos are just Indians by another name. The typical Mexican in the US probably has more Indian blood than the average "native American."
post #2223 of 5112
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On CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” President Barack Obama said he was most proud of “saving the American economy” and he is”very confident that America is stronger, more prosperous, safer, and more influential today than it was when I took office.”

The president said, “I’m proud of saving the American economy. We still have a long way to go. Essentially what we did was stabilize it, lay a new foundation to move forward. As I said in the State of the Union address, that gives us, now the capacity to tackle what was an overriding theme of my campaign way back in 2008. And that is to restore middle class economics and the capacity for people to get into the middle class and start seeing higher wages and a broader shared prosperity inside the United States.”

Obama saved the American economy. Thanks Obama.

What a delusional fucking retard.
post #2224 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

Obama saved the American economy. Thanks Obama.

What a delusional fucking retard.

You are just envious of the illustrious Nobel Peace Prize winner.
post #2225 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

It is kind of funny how people forget that mestizos are just Indians by another name. The typical Mexican in the US probably has more Indian blood than the average "native American."

Especially if they are from places like Oaxaca, and Chiapas. Many don't even speak that white man's language Spanish.
post #2226 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Video of racist California (D) Congresswoman running for Senator speaks for itself:
Loretta Sanchez is such a buffoon.
post #2227 of 5112
Thread Starter 
I can see her as the next le Pelosi. She seems to do crazy fairly well.

Isn't she the one that said it's important to ban high cap mags, because as those bullets get used up, there will eventually be no more high cap mags if they just stopped making them. I am not sure if it was her or really what that person was trying to say.
post #2228 of 5112
Unfortunately with all dumb Mexicans here... she will always get easy votes.
post #2229 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I can see her as the next le Pelosi. She seems to do crazy fairly well.

Isn't she the one that said it's important to ban high cap mags, because as those bullets get used up, there will eventually be no more high cap mags if they just stopped making them. I am not sure if it was her or really what that person was trying to say.
Not sure about that one.
One difference between her and Pelosi in my book is that I'm pretty sure Pelosi is a true believer. Sanchez is an opportunist and egomaniac who apparently lacks any real ideological passion (people can decide for themselves if that's a good thing or a bad thing). She was a Republican (using her non-Latino married name, I believe) until she saw a better opportunity to get elected as a Latina Democrat.)
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Not sure about that one.
One difference between her and Pelosi in my book is that I'm pretty sure Pelosi is a true believer. Sanchez is an opportunist and egomaniac who apparently lacks any real ideological passion (people can decide for themselves if that's a good thing or a bad thing). She was a Republican (using her non-Latino married name, I believe) until she saw a better opportunity to get elected as a Latina Democrat.)

Sounds like the perfect politician.


So in the last week we have two cases of professors getting in trouble for the public posts. The first is Saida Grundy, a newly minted Ph.D. is Women's and Black Studies. She made some clearly racist tweets, many of which are quoted here: http://www.slate.com/articles/life/inside_higher_ed/2015/05/boston_university_sociology_professor_tweets_about_white_men_should_professors.html She has not even started her new and first asst. professor job yet apparently Boston University will take no action against her. She was explicitly racist, mind you, nothing to "misunderstand" or "interpret."

Now we have one Jerry Hough a Poly Sci professor at Duke. He's an 80 year old male and he posted on the NYT comments section concerning the B-more riots and the difference in integration between Asians and blacks. He has also expressed he might have said something in a poor fashion but that he is against racial discrimination nor did he mean to convey anything racist. This is important as Saida Grundy has not said the same things about her comments. Oh yeah, our 80 year old tenured professor has been placed on leave while his remarks are investigated. http://www.rawstory.com/2015/05/duke-professor-blacks-riot-because-theyre-lazier-than-asians-and-have-strange-un-american-names/
post #2231 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Hombre Secreto View Post

Especially if they are from places like Oaxaca, and Chiapas. Many don't even speak that white man's language Spanish.

And especially Oklahoma City before going to Harvard.
post #2232 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Sounds like the perfect politician.


So in the last week we have two cases of professors getting in trouble for the public posts. The first is Saida Grundy, a newly minted Ph.D. is Women's and Black Studies. She made some clearly racist tweets, many of which are quoted here: http://www.slate.com/articles/life/inside_higher_ed/2015/05/boston_university_sociology_professor_tweets_about_white_men_should_professors.html She has not even started her new and first asst. professor job yet apparently Boston University will take no action against her. She was explicitly racist, mind you, nothing to "misunderstand" or "interpret."

Now we have one Jerry Hough a Poly Sci professor at Duke. He's an 80 year old male and he posted on the NYT comments section concerning the B-more riots and the difference in integration between Asians and blacks. He has also expressed he might have said something in a poor fashion but that he is against racial discrimination nor did he mean to convey anything racist. This is important as Saida Grundy has not said the same things about her comments. Oh yeah, our 80 year old tenured professor has been placed on leave while his remarks are investigated. http://www.rawstory.com/2015/05/duke-professor-blacks-riot-because-theyre-lazier-than-asians-and-have-strange-un-american-names/


There are some really stupid names in the black community. Like really stupid. Not like "traditional names" which would be fine, but names with alternate spellings that don't make sense and are probably mistakes.
post #2233 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

There are some really stupid names in the black community. Like really stupid. Not like "traditional names" which would be fine, but names with alternate spellings that don't make sense and are probably mistakes.

Took the cake when I met "Abcdefg" [Ah-beh-sed-eff-edje]
post #2234 of 5112
Thread Starter 
Back to Sanchez. Holy fuck this is funny. I mean, I literally LOL'ed when I read it. Was her mocking a Native American war chant racist? Insensitive? Something, you know, kind of bad? No, it was "touchy."
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U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez has apologized for an ethnically touchy gaffe that was caught on cell phone video.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/17/politics/california-sanchez-gaffe-native-american/index.html

CNN, could you be any more blatant in your double standards for (D) vs. (R)? No, you could not.
post #2235 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

CNN, could you be any more blatant in your double standards for (D) vs. (R)? No, you could not.



People joke about the MSM being the propaganda arm of the DNC, but that is really how I view it.

When I want to catch up on what the far left is thinking, I'm usually heading to one of these sites:

DailyKos,
DU,
CBS,
CNN,
HuffPo,
NYT,
Slate,
MSNBC,
NBC,
ABC,
Salon, and
Mother Jones.
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