Tito Muñoz plays identity politics…Sure you’re Republican, pal?

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Yesterday, in a piece in the Washington Post, our good friend Tito Muñoz came up with a novel idea… Let’s have a debate in Spanish… BVBL and Virginia Virtucon have already administered some well-deserved mockery, but this really cries out for some serious piling on, so who am I to restrain myself… plus I just LOVE the race card being played. So away we go…

In this WaPo piece, Tito says…

Munoz rolls his eyes at Frederick’s identification as a Hispanic: “If you are born here in the United States and have never lived in another country, how do you know what it is to be Hispanic?” Munoz said.

So that’s how it is, eh? We’re going to straight-up pander to a certain demographic that typical votes Democrat anyhow because of our background? Really? Seriously? Sure you’re in the right party, Tito? Not too late to switch and support our current incumbent! I’m sure she’d love these tactics, and would enlist you as her “Hispanic chairman” at the drop of a hat! You love to remind everyone that you’re hardcore Hispanic like your buddy McCain reminded everyone that he was a “maverick” (but now he denies that) every five seconds. Run on your vision for Virginia and your constituents in the 36th District.

For those who’ve known and/or followed Jeff Frederick’s career, we know he’s Hispanic, he just doesn’t feel the need to define himself in those terms. He’s an American whose mom happens to be Colombian. Alpha, omega. That simple. His policy stances and personality stand on their own.

There’s a reason the usual establishment suspects have gathered behind Tito to try to stop Jeff. He stuck his thumb in their eye frequently in Richmond, as Delegate and as RPV Chair. That’s the kind of guy I want representing me. A guy with courage, commitment and integrity. As he put it, he didn’t go to Richmond “to make any friends.” Jeff should respond to this with scornful silence and let this boomerang on the Muñoz campaign. Tito seems from my experience like a great guy, but he needs to reboot his campaign and look at who he is and why he wants to be a Senator from the 36th District. I think maybe he doesn’t understand that America is a place, not an idea, and we do have an intrinsic culture and heritage.

Jeff Frederick for Senate. Still. Even more.

Lesson Learned

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I just finished a book written by a friend of mine.  Ilana Mercer calls Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa a “labor of love to my homelands, old and new.”  I call it a dire warning to a nation that has become my beloved homeland – America.

Ilana wanted to see a review from a woman’s perspective. She also wanted to see what a gun rights advocate would say about the book.  And while I am, in fact, a woman and a gun rights advocate, the book struck me on a deeper level – on the level of a human being who has been watching the slow, systematic deterioration of American society into petty vat of politically correct fawning to any group that claims Victim-of-the-Month status.

From a woman’s and a gun rights advocate’s perspective…

I remember reading this story a few years back and how appalled I was at the thought that any woman  would be forced to wear this contraption in order to avoid being immolated by armed criminal scum.  I wrote about this long before Ilana’s book was published, and even back then I knew this was one of the ultimate consequences of victim disarmament.



Meet the Rapex! The hollow inside is lined with rows of razor-sharp hooks, which are designed to latch on to a rapist’s penis during penetration. They can only be removed by a doctor.

I remember thinking at the time, “What kind of society allows women to become so defenseless that they would be forced to
wear this sick contraption inside them all day for fear of getting
raped instead of packing a pistol and blowing the festering piece of
shit away with one well-placed bullet? What kind of society forces
women to adapt to rape?”

Ilana answers the question in her book.  It’s a society so filled with hatred and venom for wrongs of the past, that it relishes the thought of revenge upon the perceived perpetrators – a revenge so foul, it defies description.  It’s a society that has no respect for life or property. It’s a society that is heartless, unjust and barbarian in its nature.

It’s South Africa today.

I won’t go into the heart-wrenching descriptions of the savage crimes perpetrated by South African blacks against the few whites that remain in that nation today. I will say the level of cruelty is not analogous to being a human being.  It’s not human to do what these armed thugs are doing to families, raping women, murdering husbands, fathers and sons, violating infants… They’ve become worse than animals… savages who have no respect for life, whose hatred for whites has taken over their very core and transformed them into primordial killing machines with no conscience and no heart.

And as these barbarians wander the country, preying on their victims, the South African government has made it nearly impossible for terrorized whites to legally defend their lives and their loved ones against these bloodthirsty troglodytes.

Their recourse?  Rape insurance that provides policies for victims of rape just in case they get AIDS from their rapists, which is entirely possible in a country where garlic and beetroot, as well as rape of infants is considered “medication” for the HIV positive thug.  And because the African National Congress (ANC) has no regard for life or property (at least not when it comes to its white citizens), justice is nonexistent.


“Before you can act in self-defense,” remonstrates Anton du Plessis of the Institute for Security studies, “the attack against you should have commenced, or at least be imminent.  For example, if the thief pulls out a firearm and aims in your direction, [only] then you would be justified in using lethal force to protect your life.”

If you stop to contemplate the severity of the threat against you, you could very well watch helpless as armed thugs gang rape your loved ones. If you take action, you could be arrested and charged for defending your life.  Additionally, thanks to the Firearms Control Act of 2000, firearms licenses which were previously valid for life, have to be renewed, the renewal involving reams of paperwork, testing, fees and other hoops that could drag on for years.  Effectively, the majority of lawful firearms owners in South Africa no longer have the right or the means to protect themselves from armed marauders.

But this is from a woman’s perspective… from a gun rights advocate’s perspective.

From a simple human being’s perspective, Ilana describes – honestly and directly – the true nature of this principle we call “democracy.”  She doesn’t beat around the bush or dance around uncomfortable race issues.  She states facts – facts that may be uncomfortable to those who have forgotten how to discuss race with dispassion and objectivity. Many of you know my feelings on unchecked democracy. It’s tyranny of the majority – and no matter how you couch it, it’s still tyranny.  So what happens when a previously-subservient race takes over a nation, aided by well-meaning governments and celebrities ignorant of the unintended consequences of their actions?

In the case of South Africa, the ANC made sure that the blacks were properly “compensated” for their years of inequality under the Afrikaners. Propped up by the westerners as a successful democracy, the ANC implemented policies of redistribution that allowed the government to take any property – anything from land to livestock – for any reason.  (Sound like a familiar eminent domain policy, America?)  South African land is now a “national asset” to be redistributed according to the will of the majority.  The majority just happens to be South African blacks, most of whom believe they’re entitled to whites’ property and livelihoods by virtue of being previously oppressed.  Blacks have preference in hiring, preferential treatment in courts and relative ease when stealing (legally) property they covet from whites.

Currently the minority in South Africa lives in terror – victimized by the tyranny of the majority and aided and abetted by the West, where intellectual elites sing the praises of democracy improving the lives of previously oppressed blacks.  What Ilana describes is revenge at its most foul – a majority that has apparently set out to destroy those whom it perceives to be the enemy – an enemy judged by its skin color – an enemy that they plunder, rape and have set out to destroy.

Don’t think it can happen here?

Think affirmative action quotas. Think preferential hiring. Think eminent domain.

Into the Cannibal’s Pot is a warning to America.  I have no doubt that if we allow our government to continue confiscating our land, mandating hiring practices to private companies and violating the basic principles of liberty, we will be heading in the direction of South Africa.  If we allow racist regimes to be lauded as just by politicians, regardless of which race wields control, who formulate foreign policy accordingly, we won’t be too far behind South Africa when it comes to sheer cruel prejudice and injustice.  And if we laud these regimes as moral, ethical and fair, what’s stopping us from following in their footsteps?

Maybe not now, but gradually.

Lesson Learned.

Who the hell names their child CONTESSA???

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No wonder Contessa (I’d spell it with a “u”) is a dumbshit. If my parents saddled me with a name like that, I’d bitch slap them stupid and promptly change my name to something less conspicuous.  It’s like naming your kid Chlamydia, ferfuckssake!

Anyway…

Contessa Brewer is a retard – no offense to retards intended.  During her interview with GOP Congressman Mo Brooks, this drooling assmonkey tried to school the Congressman on the bailout, claiming that without it, America would be in a depression. (Who can blame the blibberling buttsore for ardently defending the Great Zero, as is no doubt specified in her contract!)

Anyway…

After Congressman Brooks disagreed with Cuontessa’s astute economic assessment (no doubt using her BS – and I do mean BS – in journalism) about the Great Zero having bailed out our economy and saved us all from another Great Depression, she jumped on him like Oprah on a baked ham.  “Do you have a degree in economics?” she challenged.

His reply: “Yes ma’am, I do. Highest honors.”  Indeed, the Congressman “graduated from Duke University in three years with a double major in political science and economics, with highest honors in economics,” according to his congressional website.

Ooops!

The slack, vapid, slightly “monkey fucking a football” look on Cuontessa’s face is priceless!  Watch the video!

It’s amusing to see media talking heads implode.  The split second look of horror really is priceless!

Townhall Twitter GOP Presidential debate

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This was a first.  The first Presidential debate on Twitter.  I was a bit annoyed, because people do tend to use irritating text language on Twitter to save space, and the last thing I want to see is “Hi, im runnin 4 pres.” I see enough of that crap on my son’s Facebook wall.

However, I quickly got over my irritation, and began to think the format was actually a good idea, because it forced the candidates to come up with concise answers to direct questions. 

Well… all except for Newt Gingrich who blathered endlessly like an Alzeimer’s patient on crystal meth.  Does that guy not realize very few people actually give a flying fuck about anything he actually has to say?

The candidates fielded questions about everything from cutting spending and balancing the budget to jobs.  And once again I ask: why does Newt not understand that yammering endlessly on Twitter about his “record” as Speaker and not providing a direct answer to the question turns most of us with half a brain off???

Best answer of the day definitely goes to Gary Johnson.  Not because I like and support him, but because he’s the only one who provided a direct, logical and clear reply to the following question:

Question 1: As president, how will you avoid continually raising the debt ceiling?

Seems like an easy enough question to answer, right?  Not for Newt. 

Gingrich: We don’t need Obama’s “balanced approach” (code for raise taxes). We need a balanced (budget?). When you balance the budget there is no need to raise the debt ceiling. I am the only candidate who has balanced the budget.

Bachmann: Only way to avoid future increases is fund. change the way we spend. We must #cutcapbalance and repeal Obamacare.

Bachmann was sure quick to jump on the cut, cap and balance promise once she realized that not signing IT, while signing a promise to increase federal oversight of Americans’ bedrooms was a bad PR move.

As for Newt… we’re already in a deep hole. Balancing the budget is fine. But right now we have a huge deficit and interest payments on a gargantuan debt. And besides, HE balanced the budget?  All by himself?  Wow. What an accomplishment!

Gary Johnson’s reply?  Easy.  By not incurring more debt! I’d submit 2 Congress a balanced budget in 2013, & veto any appropriation that exceeds that budget!

It’s interesting that every single candidate replied he/she would not have gone into Libya.  Except for Newtie, who somehow thinks that we need to stick our dick into every hole on the planet, and he would have gone in (although, not with conventional forces.)

Overall, interesting answers from nearly all candidates.  Check it out.

Go West!

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The good Congressman from Florida has me quivering with pleasure like a bowl of lemon-flavored gelatin! 

No, not in a dirty way, you pigs! Get your collective minds out of the gutter!

No, seriously…

Congressman Allen B. West (R-FL) has got to be the most honorable, courageous and honest politician on the Hill!  And those of you who know me and my writing know what kind of person it takes for me to say that!

If you haven’t heard the background, read it here.

The short version is this:

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Democrat from Florida, decided (the coward that she is) to castigate Allen West for his stance on reducing Medicare costs.  She did so after West left the chambers.  She did so by using the usual hysterical Democrat blathering about balancing the budget “on the backs of seniors, children and the middle class.”

Now, I’ve never been a fan of Wasserman Schultz.  Her whining about extending hate crimes protections to military victims of violence, because according to her, military veterans aren’t “real” victims and are not targets of violence really pissed me off, and hell, I don’t even support hate crime laws!  I think a crime is a crime. It shouldn’t matter what anyone was thinking or feeling while they were hurting another human being…  but I digress…

This time Debbie needed a dressdown, and the man to provide it, didn’t mince words.  After she pusillanimously attacked Allen West, he struck back.  He told her exactly what he thought of her.  He didn’t pretend to be polite, and he gave it to her – with all barrels blazing!

And she deserved it.  Here’s the email. It wasn’t nice. It was to the point, and he told her exactly what he thought of her.  AND he cc’d House leadership.

From: Z112 West, Allen

Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 04:48 PM

To: Wasserman Schultz, Debbie

Cc: McCarthy, Kevin; Blyth, Jonathan; Pelosi, Nancy; Cantor, Eric

Subject: Unprofessional and Inappropriate Sophomoric Behavior from Wasserman-Schultz

Look, Debbie, I understand that after I departed the House floor you directed your floor speech comments directly towards me. Let me make myself perfectly clear, you want a personal fight, I am happy to oblige. You are the most vile, unprofessional ,and despicable member of the US House of Representatives. If you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face, otherwise, shut the heck up. Focus on your own congressional district!

I am bringing your actions today to our Majority Leader and Majority Whip and from this time forward, understand that I shall defend myself forthright against your heinous characterless behavior……which dates back to the disgusting protest you ordered at my campaign hqs, October 2010 in Deerfield Beach.

You have proven repeatedly that you are not a Lady, therefore, shall not be afforded due respect from me!

Steadfast and Loyal

Congressman Allen B West (R-FL)

I’m sick and tired of mealy-mouthed Congressional etiquette.  Most of them aren’t gentlemen or ladies. Most of them aren’t polite and don’t deserve courtesy. They deserve disdain, and Allen West gave Wasserman Schultz exactly what that fetid sow deserved.

Tito Muñoz goes to the McDonnell/Bolling establishment playbook against Jeff Frederick…

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…and deserves to be taken to task for it.
With the header “In Case You Missed It From Today’s Bearing Drift Blog Post:”…the Muñoz campaign emailed me the text of this Hoeft hit-piece on Jeff from Bearing Drift from Friday, followed by “Authorized and paid for by Friends of Tito Muñoz”.
I’ll start by fisking the piece itself, and then we’ll deal with Mr. Muñoz and his campaign.

“Jeff Frederick attempts a recast”

We’ll see about that one.

“After being removed from office by the Republican Party of Virginia as Chairman, the once three-term state delegate, Jeff Frederick, is trying to cast himself as an outsider in his bid to become the Republican nominee for state senator.”

He doesn’t NEED to ‘try.’ You and the rest of the old-guard and Bob McDonnell’s minions were out to get him from the moment he routed Hager at the convention to win the chairmanship. Or, as a friend of mine who sits on SCC related it to me..” It’s the same people who have ALWAYS run RPV, and they know how close they were to losing it all, losing control with Jeff as chair.” So yeah, I think we can definitively say Jeff Frederick is an outsider.

“In a recent mailing to voters in the 36th District, Frederick says he wants to “End Politics As Usual in Virginia.”
“Our families deserve someone who will stand up to the career politicians. They deserve an honest, independent, common-sense voice.”
It’s interesting to note that Frederick, who did serve for six years in the House of Delegates, wants to serve another four in the state Senate, was chairman of the RPV, and is running for the Republican nomination, is not actually running as an independent candidate; he wants the endorsement from one of the two political parties that dominates our political system to back his bid.”

I think Hoeft is showing us a bit of how he thinks… “this guy is trying to be a Republican, therefore he’d damn well better march in lockstep, OR ELSE! No ‘independent voices’ allowed!” Way to be hyperliteralist, by the way. I’m just going to GUESS that perhaps Jeff means ‘independent’ in the intellectual sense, not in the sense of being independent of a political party. Quite a shock to you and your friends, no doubt, Mr. Hoeft.

“He writes:
“The career politicians in Richmond have made a mess of our economy and have put future generations at risk.”
Interesting choice of words. So, would that mean that Governor Bob McDonnell and his leadership team who have built Virginia into being #1 for business and balanced the budget without raising taxes have “made a mess of our economy”?”

Well, he just might. Not to break up your circle of RINO-McDonnell-worship, but he balanced the budget using federal money, and has given tax breaks – effective tax hikes for the rest of us – to businesses to move to Virginia. That sounds like standard-issue establishment behavior to me, it’s not conservative or honest, and it won’t fly with me. I’m sure Jeff meant primarily the current members of the Senate of Virginia, but hey, you brought up your hero McDonnell.

“This coming from the man who almost buried the Republican Party of Virginia? RPV is just now overcoming the tens of thousands of dollars in debt Frederick ran up on the party’s credit card. If you want a Microsoft Office product, just visit the Obenshain building on Grace St. in Richmond.
“Sure, they talk about creating jobs, but, in reality, they vote time and time again for job-killing tax hikes, new regulations and more wasteful government programs.”
If he’s talking about his presumptive Democratic opponent, State Sen. Toddy Puller, then, yeah, he has a point. But Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling, the state’s chief jobs creation officer, has done more than talk he’s delivered. And Virginia has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. It’s still not good enough, because there are people still out of work, but it could be much worse if not for public servants like Bolling.”

Firstly, Jeff demolishes the “10 charges” in Mr. Hoeft’s linked piece here. Regarding that cute little Microsoft joke, a large amount of MS Office packages were an in-kind contribution to RPV months before Jeff Frederick became chairman. As regards Bolling, THIS is again indicative of the RINO mindset… Government or “public servants” can’t create jobs. The main thing government can do is get out of the way and let the private sector create them. Again… you brought these guys up, Mr. Hoeft, not me. Just sayin’.

 “Frederick has every right to want to earn votes from the people of the 36th District, but he could try to do so with a little more discretion and credibility.”

The only ones lacking in discretion and credibility here are you, Mr. Hoeft… and the Muñoz campaign.

Speaking of the Muñoz campaign, I’ll take this opportunity to state I am a Jeff Frederick supporter in the primary and have been since learning of his interest in running in the 36th. Having said that, I liked Tito Muñoz well enough, having met him a couple of times at events, and would have happily worked to help him defeat the odious Toddy Puller in November had he gotten the nomination. Given the eagerness of he and his supporters to push this hit piece by Hoeft, I’m having to rethink that. If he and they will stoop so low so quickly, perhaps he should question his fitness for public office. I can overlook his stumping for the mediocre (and that’s being very kind) John McCain, we were all pretty worried about an Obama presidency, and justifiably so as it turns out. But to instantly seize on this sort of establishment hack attacking Jeff… well, he just hurt himself and his conservative credentials. Badly.

Jeff Frederick for Senate of Virginia, 36th District. That is all.

Our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor…

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