May 6, 2013
Former Gov. Richardson on Sen. Cruz: 'I don't think he should be defined as an Hispanic'
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson has taken it upon himself to re-define an entire ethnic group. Speaking on an ABC News web chat following his appearance on "This Week," Richardson revealed a bigotry so deep and profound that it makes right wing anti-Hispanic loons look reasonable by comparison. And yes, Richardson is Hispanic himself. It doesn't matter. Bigotry is bigotry wherever it rears its head. And in that interview, Richardson took bigotry out of the closet and paraded it in front of anyone watching. Brietbart: "I'm not a fan. I know [Ted Cruz is] sort of the Republican latest flavor. He's articulate. He seems to be charismatic, but I don't like his politics. I think he introduces a measure of incivility in the political process. Insulting people is not the way to go. But I guess he's a force in the Republican political system, but I'm not a fan." ABC News: Do you think he represents most Hispanics with his politics? "No, no. He's anti-immigration. Almost...(Read Full Post)