Ah, divide and conquer. That's about all that's left for the party who claims to represent racial harmony, except when racial harmony harms their election chances. Then, it becomes time to spice up the broth with a dash of racial hatred....
Harry Reid, campaigning for his life in Nevada yesterday, spoke thusly to a group of Hispanics yesterday:
"I don't know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican, okay. Do I need to say more?"
Oh, I don't know about that, Harry. Maybe there are Hispanics that don't want to be pandered to, who don't want to be infantilized, who came here honestly and expect others to do the same, and who only ask to work hard and be allowed to keep the money they earn so that they may pursue their share of the American dream.
You would mock these people, Harry, and for the thought-crime of daring to step off the Democratic racial plantation, you would strip them of their Hispanic heritage, as you seem to insinuate above.
But that's OK. Most of the Hispanics I am referring to - and their are plenty of them - don't need your approval to relish their heritage. And furthermore, I think there is another name for Hispanics who reject your path and choose to take another:
And that's a name they likely cherish...
(click the link above for the response of Sharron Angle's campaign....)