Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Trump is correct about Curiel

Judge Gonzalo Curiel is probably a racist.  How do I know?  Well he belong to an organization called “the race.”  What race?  Unless the organization represents the human race, the organization can by the very title be determined be a racist organization.  Now the lapdog MSM will say that the La Raza that Curiel belongs to is not the same racist exclusionary Bag-O-Crap La Raza A-holes assaulting Trump supporters while advocating for open borders, a return of the southwest to Mexico and/or amnesty. 

It does not matter.  The name is racist.  Try this.  Go to your boss and admit that you are a proud member of Ku Klux Klan.  When he blows up, say, “Calm down boss.  It's not THAT KKK.  Our group is different.  It’s made up of professionals.”  I do not think the boss is going to be impressed with that.  Same with Curiel.  If you willingly join a group with a racist title, well you are probably a racist. 

Here’s what well know Trump supporter and Hispanic hater Cesar Chavez once said about La Raza – it doesn’t matter which one, because the title of the organization is racist. 

I hear more and more Mexicans talking about la raza—to build up their pride. Some people don’t look at it as racism, but when you say ‘la raza,’ you are saying an anti-gringo thing, and it won’t stop there. Today it’s anti-gringo, tomorrow it will be anti-Negro.    

And what did Curiel’s La Raza do when Trump announced his candidacy?  Curiel’s version of the racist organization advocated a boycott of all things Trump.  So now you’re that guy who belongs to the “good” or even not quite so bad KKK and you’re assigned to a civil rights case.  Do you suppose the plaintiffs might want to take a look at someone else?  Why is it different for Trump?

Okay, now suppose you’re a Rat establishment Republican searching the headlines 5 times a day looking for something a conservative has said so that the ReR bastard can gain favor with the lapdog MSM by attacking a conservative.  ReR bastards are never so high minded as when criticizing one of their own.  At some point I’d venture to guess that the ReR propped himself up in a primary or two by attacking “judicial activism”.  So who do you suppose is responsible for the “activism”?  Judges like Curiel.

When the people spend hundreds of millions of dollars and garner millions of votes to define marriage as a union between one man and one woman – and do it 30 times in row  -- only to have Judges like Curiel overturn the election with a single vote from a judge, do the ReRs get mad?  When state representative pass the most common of common sense laws requiring a photo ID to vote, who strikes the law down?  It’s racist judges like Curiel who think that blacks and Hispanics are too stupid and too lazy to wander into a library to get a free government ID.

Judges are people.  NEWS FLASH!!!  Some people are A-holes.  Therefore, some judges are A-holes.  If a judge openly belongs to racists group, he’s an A-hole. The fact that he’s a judge does not matter.  He’s an A-hole.  In fact because he is a judge and doesn’t go to the trouble of disassociating himself from a racist organization, he's probably a bigger A-hole than most.  A racist judge like Curiel should be roundly criticized. 

I do not know why judges receive such deference.  These are the A-holes that gave us Robertscare.   The deference must only be heaped on the dopes in robes from Republicans though.   Dopes can call Judge Thomas just about anything and no one – particularly ReR bastards - will condemn them for their attacks on a black conservative judge.  The Empty Suit can call the Supreme Court out in his State of the union speech for their Citizens United decision and the exact same BS ReR bastards attacking Trump today sit mute.  Trump merely exposed a racist judge as being a racist and all hell has broke loose.  

Join the good version of the KKK and see what happens to you.  Hint there is no good version of the KKK and there can be no good version of a group with the title The Race.

Not impressed with Miss USA’s answer
I’m probably the only one in America right now not impressed with Army officer Deshauna Barber’s answer about women in the military during the Miss USA contest.  Here’s the take:

“As a woman in the United States Army, I think it was an amazing job by our government to allow women to integrate to every branch of the military. We are just as tough as men. As a commander of my unit, I am powerful. I am dedicated. And it is important that we recognize that gender does not limit us in the United States Army.”

First off, it’s not your unit.  It’s the Army unit that you have been given the privilege to temporarily command.  It’s not about you.  It’s about the unit and that unit’s contribution to the Army’s mission.

And, no you are not “powerful”.  I’d never want to serve under anyone who thought that rank equaled “power”.  As a military officer you are given responsibility and a commensurate amount authority to execute your responsibilities.  Hollywood makes not so flattering movies about commanders that confuse responsibility and authority with power.  That answer had tones of her being some sort of overlord of HER unit.  If you think of your authority as power – you are a danger the unit.

Also missing from the statement was anything about combat effectiveness or meeting the strict standards for service in the combat arms.  This may sound nitpicky.  It’s not.  We learned this stuff from day one.  So, either the Army isn’t teaching it or Barber is a self-absorbed idiot that thinks Army units exist so that she and other self-absorbed fools may advance their careers. 

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