Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Hispanic racist from Chicago, has an interesting (perverted) take on American democracy


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Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Hispanic racist from Chicago, has an interesting (perverted) take on American democracy.

According to published reports, Gutierrez is prepared to call for “Protests, marches, sit-ins—what César Chávez might have called going rogue. The movement will operate autonomously, no longer beholden to wavering Democrats, filibustering Republicans, and—perhaps most tantalizingly—no longer beholden to Barack Obama.”

Gutierrez’s outrageous call for a “Latino revolt” becomes operative if the abomination called the DREAM Act does not pass during the lame-duck Congress.

Imagine that—an elected member of the U.S. Congress actually threatening mayhem and disruption unless government yields to his ridiculous demand that illegal aliens—people with no moral or legal basis for being here—are rewarded for invading our pristine nation.

Most distressing is the fact that, while America suffers through a devastating financial meltdown that may precipitate cuts to Social Security, national defense and other programs designed to protect U.S. citizens, DREAM Act thievery would cost more than $6 billion a year; again, to fund entitlements for people who should be deported, rather than rewarded.

The cogent point is that America owes NOTHING to illegal aliens.

Not one red cent should be doled out to a class of people that has nothing but utter contempt for U.S. borders and rule of law.

Clearly, America has no need for “free-loaders and scam artists” as Harry Reid once characterized them in a proposed immigration reform bill from the days when his senses were not yet polluted entirely by Hispanic double-talk.

The “Latino Revolt” that Gutierrez will unleash is on top of another foolish effort by Hispanic racists to upend common sense and rule of law in order to legitimatize even more invading criminals.

That would be formation of the Tequila Party, as reported in the media as follows:

“Latino leaders in Nevada have begun to float the idea of breaking their long ties to the Democratic Party and forming their own party—the Tequila Party. The idea, born of frustration over the party’s inaction on immigration reform and fears that as a voting bloc they’re a political afterthought, Latino leaders have discussed the idea among themselves locally and in conference calls with colleagues across the country.”

The burning question from all of this: How much Tequila will it take to fuel the “Latino Revolt” ?


John Lillpop -- Bio and Archives |

John W. Lillpop is a recovering liberal. “Clean and sober” since 1992 when last he voted for a Democrat. For years, John lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, the very liberal sanctuary city which protects, rather than prosecutes, certain favored criminals.  John escaped the Bay Area in May and now lives in Pine Grove California where conservative values are still in vogue.

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