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National media taunting of wetback as race baiting!

February 16, 2013

It amazes me that we must be taking a large step back to minority stereotypes thanks to politically correct media talking heads.  I did miss the State of the Union speech to watch the Westminster Dog Show, that was enjoyable with a lot of amazing dogs.  Okay, I was interested in seeing the Keeshond and hound dogs as my personal preference.  But all breed the categories were interesting.  However, none of the dogs were ridiculed or heckled by the media based on breed prejudice.

When I caught the late evening news, I kept hearing confusing references to the water incident with Senator Marco Rubio.  Everyone was chuckling and shaking heads over this water incident.  What the heck are they talking about, because they left it hanging out there like we should know what this dreadful “water incident” meant.  Nobody commented on the speech of the president other than the usual left overs from his first term on how he can’t work without congress cooperating.  So the president doesn’t have to cooperate, but the congress must cooperate?

Senator Rubio dared to stoop down to reach a water bottle.  This was it?  Darting out of the camera lens for a moment to reach for a bottle of water?  Of course, this was terrible, embarrassing, moronic, and so like a peasant wet back who is not with the “in crowd” of the elite snobs in media.  Now it becomes clear. Marco Rubio is not with the liberal media “in crowd” where appearance and sophistication take priority over hard work and intelligence.  You cannot earn or get recognized by your work.  You can only be invited to join the elite club of the “in crowd” if you have the right pedigree.  Wetback latino outsiders are not welcome, and are subject to harassment, bullying, and taunting from the insulated and untouchable “in crowd” of liberal media.

Wetbacks not allowed!  That means you Marco Rubio!

Rubio does not fit the black tie elite standards of the "in crowd" wetbacks not allowed.

Rubio does not fit the black tie elite standards of the “in crowd” wetbacks not allowed.

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