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July 23, 2007

Osama Obama Joins La Raza

Filed under: Democratic Idiocy — Psycheout @ 1:35 pm

Barack Hussein Obama (is that an Arabic-Japanese name?) demonstrates yet another example of the left’s hatred for America and its eagerness to join the other side:

Sen. Barack Obama told the nation’s largest Hispanic advocacy group yesterday that he earned their support for his presidential campaign by marching in last year’s May 1 immigrant rallies and challenged them to learn whether others met that standard.

Marching with the enemy. How very nice.

“Find out how many senators appeared before an immigration rally last year. Who was talking the talk, and who walked the walk — because I walked,” Mr. Obama said at the National Council of La Raza’s annual convention in Miami Beach. “I didn’t run away from the issue, and I didn’t just talk about it in front of Latino audiences.”

How brave and principled of you, traitor.

The Illinois Democrat said the recent Senate immigration debate “was both ugly and racist in a way we haven’t see since the struggle for civil rights.”

Speaking of racist, Osama, La Raza is Mexican for “the race.” And it doesn’t refer to running (unless it’s running across our southern border and breaking our immigration laws). It refers to “Hispanic power [over evil white gringos].” La Raza wants to overrun the southern United States, take over and transfer those states to Mexico.

Yet Osama Obama is proud of courting this illegal immigrant menace. It’s plain to see where the Democrat party stands. And it isn’t with us.

Update: Hot Air has more: Messiah vows [bows] before La Raza: Amnesty before the end of my first term.

— Psycheout

1 Comment »

  1. “Speaking of racist, Osama, La Raza is Mexican for “the race.” And it doesn’t refer to running (unless it’s running across our southern border and breaking our immigration laws). It refers to “Hispanic power [over evil white gringos].” La Raza wants to overrun the southern United States, take over and transfer those states to Mexico.”

    No it doesn’t. Prove it.

    Comment by Adam Nelson — July 23, 2007 @ 3:36 pm | Reply


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