'Carrying The Mexican's Water'

Russ Vaughn
Here in New Mexico, we may be on the cutting edge of a major political phenomenon that is inevitably going to expand nationwide.  Last night, via TV news, we were treated to a dustup between a black female state legislator, a double-dipping product of the Democrat/Teachers' Union coalition, and a Republican Hispanic counterpart.

What is significant in this confrontation is the willingness of the black legislator, a high-up appointee in the Albuquerque Public Schools system, to immediately resort  to race- baiting, referring to our recently-elected female Hispanic governor, Susana Martinez,  as "The Mexican."

The supposed water-carrier for "The Mexican" is an attractive, middle-aged, middle-class blond, Hispanic female, Nora Espinoza, who speaks with no trace of a Spanish accent.  This just adds to the bigotry displayed by the supposed high-level educational proponent of multicultural diversity.

Celebrate diversity.

Here in New Mexico, we may be on the cutting edge of a major political phenomenon that is inevitably going to expand nationwide.  Last night, via TV news, we were treated to a dustup between a black female state legislator, a double-dipping product of the Democrat/Teachers' Union coalition, and a Republican Hispanic counterpart.

What is significant in this confrontation is the willingness of the black legislator, a high-up appointee in the Albuquerque Public Schools system, to immediately resort  to race- baiting, referring to our recently-elected female Hispanic governor, Susana Martinez,  as "The Mexican."

The supposed water-carrier for "The Mexican" is an attractive, middle-aged, middle-class blond, Hispanic female, Nora Espinoza, who speaks with no trace of a Spanish accent.  This just adds to the bigotry displayed by the supposed high-level educational proponent of multicultural diversity.

Celebrate diversity.