Skip to comments."Bigotry and "Hate-Speech" at The Washington Post"
Posted on 11/01/2011 7:41:40 PM PDT by Politics4US
The Washington Posts vendetta against Cuban-American Marco Rubio continues with another hit-piece last week and with MSM soulmates CNN and The Los Angeles Times chiming in. But the WaPos rancor against the most lopsidedly Republican voters in America didnt start with the Rubio hit-piece last month.
To wit: Imagine the proar from the MSM/Democratic axis upon discovering a Tea-Party placard that celebrates the mass-expulsion of Hispanic U.S. citizens from U.S. shores. (Heck, one that celebrated the expulsion of illegals would detonate their hair-trigger charge of RACISM!) Well, back in August 2007 a mass-expulsion of U.S. citizens of Hispanic heritage was in fact celebrated with a cartoon by the MSM/Democrats very flagship, The Washington Post. This hyper-sensitive guardian of liberal sensibilities, this vigilante, prosecutor, and judge for anything printed, spoken, or whispered that could conceivably imply a derogatory quality to any conceivable ethnic group ran this cartoon. Please study it carefully.
Note that a smiling Uncle Sam insults an American ethnic group (Cuban-Americans) as nuisances" while forcibly expelling them from the nation in a rickety boat titled "Cuban-Americans," while these scowling, elderly and Mafiosi-clad people scream we demand a chance to interfere with the '08 election!
(Excerpt) Read more at townhall.com ...
Okay, Politico has been assigned to destroy Cain and the WaPo is out to get Rubio. Who has the New Yawk Times been assigned to assassinate?
I hope Marco Rubio runs on a national ticket one day so I can have the honor of voting for him.
I think it’s a good strategy to throw this racism bs back in their faces. Be as absurd as they are. Neutralize their weapon.
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