Thursday, December 11, 2014

 
EXACTLY HOW DID GILBERTO HINOJOSA HELP THE DEMOCRATS?

It is funny, the Democrats still have not learned the lesson of Dr. King.  We must judge people based on the content of their character.  So what do the Texas Democrats do, they elect as their party chair a man who now three times has been told he is not welcome in Cameron county politics - three losses as county judge, his own, and that of his two puppets.  But hey, he was a Latino from south Texas and the Austin Plantation Democrats assumed Hinojosa would be able to just tell the slave Latinos to vote Democrat and they would.

It did not end there.  The Democrats ignored the values of Texans and put up the worse possible candidate they could find for no better reason than she was a woman.  Again, ignoring character in favor of gender - in the same way with Hinojosa they ignored character in favor of race.

Until the Plantation Democrats in Austin are sent packing, the Democrats will never win another statewide race in Texas.

We need a party chair of impeccable character - their race and gender should not even factor into the decision.  True Democrats are beyond race and gender - we want leaders of good character.

“In the end, she lost by more percentage points than Tony Sanchez did in 2002. And she won 270,499 fewer votes than Bill White did in 2010 in his doomed effort against Perry. It’s not that the Democrats underperformed. It’s that the party that hasn’t won a statewide race since 1994 actually dug itself an even deeper hole!"

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Plantation Politics is not only the mind set of Texas politics: Democrat as well as Republicans, it is prevalent throughout the United States. Moreover it is prevalent world wide: ie. Mexico and most of the Democratic Countries of worldwide. I also think that just as much people want to be a part of a winning team and they just vote for who they think is going to win, this makes the feel better about themselves even though they may not know or totally agree with the person or party that they voted for. At the risk of sounding arrogant maybe Gruber was kinda right in his assessment of the general voting public.

BobbyWC said...

Thanks for adding to the discussion

Bobby WC