Skip to comments.NM Dem gubernatorial candidate wants to send Martinez “back to wherever she really came from”
Posted on 05/30/2014 7:41:22 AM PDT by rktman
...Alan Webber and his Democratic supporters in New Mexico. The Weekly Standards Daniel Halper has video of Webber insisting that Democrats had to throw Susana Martinez out of office. We need to send her back to wherever she really came from, Webber says to applause, adding, I suspect its Texas.
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Can you imagine the outrage, faux, of course, if a Repubbie had said such a thing?..........................
Actually he’s showing his true colors against women AND hispanics.
But he’ll get a pass. Liberals always do.
The guy’s a loon, he’ll get 15% of the primary vote max. Pure appeal to Occupy types.
She was born in Texas, she can take care of herself.
Funny how some people can attack women and people of without fear of rebuttal by the fella tis T’Press.
See my tagline.
Keep ‘em straight in NM for us Tijeras_Slim.
Now, if she had some sort of diability, she’d really be a threat. :>}
Right. I’m sure it’s because Republican women aren’t “really” women. You know, like black conservatives aren’t “really” black...
I’ll do the best I can in my corner of it... but there’s a whole lot of crazy here at times.
That Republican would immediately be made the face of the entire party by the liberal media, which would be replaying his quote 24/7 with all the political pundits claiming this is going to get minorities to the polls in droves and save the democrat party in 2014...
...but since it was a democrat, the comments will get little airplay, and he will be quickly dismissed as a lone kook who certainly does not represent the party or maybe even that he was only taken out of context because, certainly, a democrat could never be racist.
It sounds to me like he realized he'd just stepped in it once the comments left his mouth. So he quickly added the "I suspect it's Texas." to try to give himself cover for essentially saying people of foreign decent should be kicked out of the country...
Sadly, that’s one of the reasons that NM dropped off the list of places for us to retire. Loved it in the ‘60’s when the population was less than a mil for the entire state. Isn’t ABQ over that by itself now? Good times back then with woodsies and racing down 14 to Mountainaire.
It’s still under 2 mil, and once you get even a little bit away from Abq and Santa Fe it’s nice. Mountainair probably looks about the same as you remember.
Alan Webber, a person who will stand up for New Mexicans. Stand for our water and air standards against oil and gas interests
Alan Webber is an American entrepreneur, writer and progressive Democrat who is running for Governor of New Mexico.
In 1981, Webber worked for the Harvard Business School, where he went on to serve for five years as managing editor and editorial director of the Harvard Business Review.
In 1995, Webber co-founded the technology business magazine, Fast Company
In 2000, investors sold Fast Company for $360 million, which was at that time, the second highest price ever paid for a U.S. magazine.
Webber has been married to Frances Diemoz, an architect and furniture maker, for 37 years. In 2003, they moved to New Mexico.
In 1980, Webber and his family moved to Washington, DC, when Goldschmidt was named Secretary of Transportation in the Carter administration. While serving as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Transportation, Webber worked on the Chrysler Corporation bailout, the crisis in the U.S. auto industry, and overall national economic competitiveness issues
Continuing his interest in politics and government, Webber took on assignments, working as a speechwriter and policy advisor for several governors, including Massachusetts Governor (and later Democratic Presidential candidate) Michael Dukakis
Alan M. Webber @alanmwebber · Jan 7
Unacceptable. An issue I will not take lightly. ‘Food Pantries See Growing Need in NM, As Food Stamps Take Hit’ http://huff.to/KtUcLs
Alan M. Webber @alanmwebber · Nov 8
Everyone gets a fair shakeand a fair shot. Everyone does their fair share. Everyone plays by the same rules. That’s progressive!
I was surprised that Martinez was ever elected and would be unsurprised if the NM “democracy” purges her on Novembver 4.
LOL! Now that’s a resume. Even if it’s all true, wouldn’t you hide it along with the lyin’ king’s COLB?
Would you be surprised if she got another 4? How about they send the demoasshat back where he came from.
Martinez was born in New Mexico, unlike the carpet bagger, webber.
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