Rand Paul: GOP Must Get ‘Beyond Deportation’

Katie Glueck, Politico, April 1, 2014

Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday argued the Republican Party needs to get “beyond deportation” in order to break through to Hispanic voters.

The Kentucky Republican and likely 2016 contender argued that before the GOP can make its case to the Latino community, which voted overwhelmingly for Democrats in 2012, the party needs to make clear it is open to a more welcoming approach to immigration.

“The bottom line is, the Hispanic community, the Latino community is not going to hear us until we get beyond that issue,” he said at a conservative event. {snip}

“They’re not going to care whether we go to the same church, or have the same values, or believe in the same kind of future of our country until we get beyond that. Showing up helps, but you got to show up and you got to say something, and it has to be different from what we’ve been saying.”

{snip}

“I think that what’s happened is, there is not the perception of empathy coming from the Republican Party that we care about where they’re coming from and we care about what their problems are,” he said of minorities at a conservative gathering at the Newseum. “Until we get to that point, they’re not going to listen to any of the next message. Are there many in the Latino community who go to church, believe in tradition values, are conservative? Yes. Maybe half, maybe 60 percent . . . there’s enormous upside potential . . . but you got to get the door ajar.”

One way to open that “door” to the Hispanic community, he said, is to offer reassurances that “Mrs. Garcia’s nephew is not going to be sent home to Mexico.”

While Paul opposed the comprehensive immigration reform package in the Senate last year, he has signaled that he supports other approaches to reform. His comments, which came at an event held by the conservative groups the American Principles Project and the Media Research Center, are part of the senator’s broader effort to expand the GOP base.

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Noting that the Republicans have messages that should resonate with the Hispanic community on subjects like education and the economy, he said, “We gotta get beyond deportation to get to the rest of the issues.”

His remarks came during the public launch of a new Media Research Center watchdog initiative, designed to ensure that Spanish-language media is unbiased. Paul was asked several times in a subsequent question-and-answer session about liberal bias. {snip}

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  • Translation: No enforcement of immigration law.

    Though that’s the way it’s been for a long time anyway. But that’s not the point: The demographics are getting such that the Democrat has a very easy road to win the Presidential election unless the Republican can run up some very large margins among white voters in many states where that usually doesn’t happen, and an open borders hack like Rand Paul won’t cut the mustard.

    Sure, if you refuse to enforce immigration law, if you’re a Republican, you’ll make some inroads with the Hispanic vote. But more Hispanics will vote Democrat because they want their gibs. Meanwhile, more and more whites stay home, or, like D.B. Cooper, vote Democrat out of spite.

    • Diversity Fatigue

      Yep. You would think that the Repubs would realize that they are sealing the fate of the Republican Party for decades. They will essentially become democrats while the Hispaniards will sit back and see who will give them the most goodies for their votes. Meanwhile whites will continue to be ignored.

      • Erasmus

        Bingo. When the GOP finally becomes democrat-lite in all but name, it’s a whole new game entirely. When sleaze and chicanery are become the name of the game, why in the world would anyone continue to play in the pee-wee league with the GOP, when they can play in the majors with the dems?

        The only way forward for the GOP is to stand on principle, NOT support amnesty and demand enforcement first. Sure, they’ll have a tough battle winning elections, but at least they’ll stand the chance to actually win elections. When they become democrat-lite and embrace amnesty, they’ll never win another election, because their base will stay home.

        When the GOP becomes democrat-lite, they’ve no longer any legitimate raison d’être and, at that point, should disband.

    • Anon

      I find it amazing that you can look at Obama and with a straight face make comments that imply there is any legitimate count of votes going on at all. To be blunt, the US government wants these people in the US because they want them to rape, rob, murder, assault and ultimately genocide whites. It has nothing to do with votes. The vote is whatever they program in those little machines ahead of time and plan, months, even years in advance to display on the TV in an increasingly unlikely media circus.
      Obama? Really? You really think anyone voted for this guy? Twice?

      • Tim_in_Indiana

        Obama? Really? You really think anyone voted for this guy? Twice?

        Judging by the number of whites online who refuse to criticize him, unfortunately, yes.

      • RisingReich

        It’s true – no one I meet will admit to voting for Obama. Everyone has the same question, “If you didn’t vote for him, and I didn’t vote for him, and everyone WE talk to didn’t vote for him, who the heck did?”

        Then we go our separate ways, carrying this heaviness of wondering what is truly happening behind the scenes.

        • That’s not evidence of anything, other than selection bias and the bubbles we create for ourselves in our own social circles.

          “I live in a rather special world. I only know one person who voted for Nixon. Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my ken. But sometimes when I’m in a theater I can feel them” — Pauline Kael, late 1972

          • RisingReich

            Did I claim it was evidence of anything?

          • adplatt126

            No, but you implied it. I agree with “Question Diversity”. Frankly, I think the vote margins were more in favor of Obama than the official count recorded. There is vote-tampering going on but it’s not primarily done by democrats, but neocons. You want to look for vote-rigging, look at the Republican primaries. This last one was absurd. No one but Romney ever had a shot. What the establishment did to Ron Paul was simply shocking and not even well concealed. We saw both major deviations from exit polling, indirect evidence of electronic vote-flipping, rampant mistranscriptions and in some cases just the outright nullification of whole counties (see Maine). It’s the neocons who are involved in mass scale vote tampering. The Saxby Chambliss 2002 election (Diebold), Bush-Gore 2000, etc. There’s only one political group more corrupt, tyrannical and connected to the big corporations that “tally” the votes and broadcast them than the Democratic party. I think you know who it is.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Romney was up a point or two and had even started hiring people for his cabinet as I recall.
            The NWO wanted Obama.

          • adplatt126

            Not really. I actually think the NWO would have preferred Romney. He’s more corruptible, completely empty of values or convictions, and essentially amoral, not to mention more militant. They generally don’t really care who they get. To them, it’s all more or less the same, but I’d say the most corrupt and criminal corporations and major players preferred a Romney victory. Like I said however, it didn’t and still doesn’t make a difference. Two sides of the same coin.

          • Nancy Thomas

            All of the candidates are vetted beforehand, you’re right. They own them all. We would never even HEAR of anyone who wasn’t already owned. Still, I think it was odd that Obama won and I suspect that there was fraud. I think Romney would have been better on immigration….and to me immigration is by far the most important issue of all.

      • Nancy Thomas

        I agree that there were big shenanigans and voter fraud, but also there are some very stupid white people as well.

      • Everyone at HuffPo did; that’s certain.

    • Bartek

      Democracy is rather subversive at best, the idea of equality and universal suffrage is obviously foolish.
      The real answer isn’t the ballot box, it is White nationalism and demand for White nations.

      • Snazzy Snook

        Or at least ONE white nation ..

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Now, the road to that wonderful place would be a constant traffic jam!….<;-D

    • Erasmus

      And Republicans need to get beyond the idea that if they’re democrat-lite, they’ll win the Hispanic vote.

      Oh, sure they may win a couple hundred thousand, (I’m being generous), but whatever they win, it won’t off-set the millions they’ll lose from their erstwhile supporters staying home on election day or not pulling the lever for their candidate.

      I have pretty much already decided how I will vote in 2016. If Jeff Sessions is the GOP’s candidate, I’ll vote for him. If it’s Jebby, I’m voting for his democrat opponent. If it’s anyone besides Senator Sessions or Jebby, I’m voting 3rd party.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        They say that Hispanics vote 2/3, 3/4 Democrat. Says who? Voting is a secret ballot system. Are they relying on exit polls? For all we know they may vote 90% Demo-rat. You’re right, pandering with the Democrat-lite option has the same fatal outcome.

        • It’s mostly exit polls, but some extrapolation from cross-checking precinct data and census tract data.

      • striket3

        Yeah sessions seems like the only viable option.

  • JohnEngelman

    Immigration divides the Republican Party the way civil rights and the War in Vietnam divided the Democrats during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s.

    The business community, which has always dominated the GOP, wants more immigrants so that employers can lower wages. White blue collar Republicans want fewer or no immigrants for the same reason.

    • Anon

      Can you name a single pro-white thing the republicans have ever done?
      At one time, white nationalists were firmly in control of this country politically. The GOP are the ones who put an end to that.
      My point is the GOP is not divided at all and never has been. They are 100% anti-white. 100% pro white genocide.

  • rasher223

    Threw his political career out the window with just a few short words.

    Amazing.

    • He’s been saying these kinds of things over and over again since the start of 2013. This just happens to be the latest.

      But it finally took this time of him kicking us in the gut to get the Breitbart commentariat to turn against him almost universally.

      • rasher223

        Yeah I had never heard him say anything like that before. I had no idea he was pro-immigrant like that.

        So who does that leave the right with now? Cruz and that’s pretty much it?

        Cruz is establishment. It’s written all over him.

        • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

          Sessions.

          • rasher223

            Is that it? Cus if that’s all we got then that’s sad.

            We seriously need a white nationalist party like they have over there in france that’s getting so much media attention.

          • Yeah, I’m afraid it’s Cruz or Sessions, and that means Cruz. I don’t think Sessions has a chance in hell.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Sessions is the only one I’d vote for.

          • striket3

            Ditto

          • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

            Your ignorance about Rand Paul is only matched by your ignorance of Jeff Sessions.

          • The American Freedom Party has been mentioned here and their platform seems legitimately nationalist. Does anyone know anything about them?

          • Mason Gull

            They’re too small to make any difference, even by third party standards. Personally, I’ll be voting for the U.S. Constitution Party candidate but my state is going to go blue anyway.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            It’s OK to promote the U.S. Constitution Party and the American Freedom Party, just vote for whatever party has the best chance of beating the Demo-rats in the end. The Demo-rats are the avowed enemy of white Americans.

        • At least five times since the start of 2013, he (Rand Paul) has said either to Hispanic race lobby groups or in general that “we should find a place” for all the Hispanic illegal aliens that are currently here. And a few months ago, he told This Week with the Greek that anyone in the world who wants to come here and work, we should give them a work visa / work permit to do so, potentially billions served.

          Ted Cruz’s immigration policies taken as a whole are too milquetoast for me but too strong for the RINO establishment.

          The Republican nominee in 2016 will be only one of three people: Jeb Bush, Chris Christie or Jeff Sessions. Only Jeff Sessions can assemble the populist political muscle necessary to crash the RINO party, largely on immigration but also on other issue he has been taking up lately. If he does not run, or does and cannot make the case, then the RINO establishment will not be denied, and it will be one of the two establishmentarians.

          • rasher223

            So you’re saying we’ll be stuck with pro-immigrant leftist on both sides of the political isle.

            Fan-f*cking-tastic…..

            I hope Europe fixes its sh*t soon and kicks out all the muslims and blacks cus I want out of this hell hole.

          • Groovy

            Bottom line, Chris Christe is a stupid person who mouths bullshit

        • Nancy Thomas

          Cruz is a Trojan Horse, claiming to be “against amnesty” but he’s for DOUBLING legal immigration to speed up the processing for the illegals, so essentially he wants to do an amnesty in a sneaky way. His wife works for GS so he’s probably just another NWO shill like all the rest of them. These people are all vetted beforehand. We aren’t likely to get ANYONE who is pro-white because the tribe would never fund such a person and would fund the opposing candidate if such a pro-white were to gain traction.

          • Pro_Whitey

            Thank you, that’s a very important point to remember re Cruz. I’m for Sessions.

        • TedCruzsEgo

          Cruz is establishment? LOL That has to be a joke.

    • Charles Lufkin

      Pander Paul stinks.The real Rand is now evident.He is an extreme open borders libertarian.Repulsive.

  • JSS

    “I think that what’s happened is, there is not the perception of empathy coming from the Republican Party that we care about where they’re coming from and we care about what their problems are”.

    Whites are increasingly getting that impression. I know that’s why I don’t care about trying to reform this countries political system.

    • Anon

      It’s not about reform. It’s about filling a power vacuum in the wake of a collapse. Turner Diaries has been more than a little prophetic about this. The idea that there is some hardcore group of white loyalists looking to take advantage of such a collapse is wishful thinking. But the book accurate describes the lolfail that is resulting from anti-whites believing and attempting to make policy based on their own BS.
      The most likely scenario is a soviet style break up of the US into three or a dozen separate ethnostates. Whatever political jackassery is on TV is laughably irrelevant. What matters is where you live….and who else lives within a hundred to five hundred mile radius.

      • JSS

        There is simply no way for a pro White party to operate in the current system in Amurrika. A power vacuum is coming I believe though, the weight of this systems feces and lies can’t hold out forever, we just need to ensure that we Whites survive in the meantime. I think a dozen ethnostates is to many. When the blacks no longer have caretakers they will die in droves.

  • Luca

    Attention: Rand Paul, granting them amnesty in 1986 did not change their voting habits. Just thought you should know.

  • Truthseeker

    One way to open that “door” to the Hispanic community, he said, is to
    offer reassurances that “Mrs. Garcia’s nephew is not going to be sent
    home to Mexico.”

    “Home to Mexico?” So he acknowledges that these people’s true home is Mexico, yet they should be allowed to live here if they want? What about those of us who were actually born here, and have no other home to return to? Don’t we get a say in who is allowed to enter our home?

    Democracy: A system where the people who elect the leaders get screwed over by those same leaders in favor of another group who didn’t elect them, but who theoretically might elect them in the future.

  • Related

    www (dot) breitbart (dot) com/big-government/2014/04/02/exclusive-house-republicans-secret-immigration-ploy

    Now I know how the RINOs are going to try to kill us. They’re going back to the salami slicing method, they’re going to cut the whole poison pill up into many little pieces and shove one piece at a time into big legislative or budget bills that are sure to pass.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      The mention this side-door enlistment stunt today, then Ivan Lopez goes wild inside Fort Hood. How about that for timing? I think God hates Rand Paul.

      • God might hate Rand Paul, but the problem is he’s received no real world punishment for constantly popping off about amnesty and no borders and no immigration enforcement. As far as he’s concerned, he’s the Republican front runner at the moment (small print: With 13 or 16 percent, depending on the poll, wow). Oh sure, it’ll all come crashing down for him when people actually start casting primary and caucus votes early in 2016, but until then, he’s going to be flying high thinking he’s found the magic victory potion.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Yeah, I guess he’s behaving like a true Libertarian. Real Americans want someone is a protectionist and an isolationist. When you act ass the world’s police force you end up with their refugees:

          You inherit the war from France in southeast Asian and, before you know it, you’ve got millions of Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian parasites gaming your system.

          You take down the big bad Saddam Hussein, and before you know it, you’ve got 250,000 Iraqis squatting in Detroit, and a larger population in southern California who blame their white hosts when they beat their wives to death.

          It’s all insult to injury. We should stop fighting the rest of the world’s problems because all it does is make a bigger multi-culti hell for us.

          • He should follow his father’s footsteps in terms of foreign policy isolationism and neutralitarianism, but not his father’s footsteps on trade and immigration, as Ron Paul was free trade and open borders full speed ahead.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yeah, Libertarians are crack-pots.

  • NoMosqueHere

    One way to open that “door” to the Hispanic community, he [Rand Paul] said, is to offer reassurances that “Mrs. Garcia’s nephew is not going to be sent home to Mexico.”

    —————————————–

    Well, Rand, you may have opened Mrs. Garcia’s door but you just shut mine. And it’s locked, so buzz off.

    • Diversity Fatigue

      Right. They never think about the possibility that for every minority vote they get they are likely losing another white vote.

      • RisingReich

        More like 5 or 10 White votes. A lesson Mittens learned the hard way. Or was just told to lose….

      • rasher223

        Yep.

        Whites are not going to vote alongside minorities. Not the smart ones atleast.

  • Diversity Fatigue

    What a disappointment both Pauls turned out to be. It’s as if they have no clue whatsoever of the dire situation we are in. I’ll take my hat off to Ann Coulter who had the guts to talk about the consequences of the “browning of America.” We’ve still got Senator Sessions with us and precious few others.

    • Grantland

      Ron Paul is too “nice”. Rand is too weak.

  • Anon

    Who does he mean by “Hispanics”? Mexicans of amerind descent want to do drugs, sell drugs, suck off welfare, pimp children, drink blood and cook people’s hearts on a hibachi as a throw back to the mayans and basically, are doing all those things as they funnel 99% of American welfare into an ultra-violent narco-state with satanic cultish overtones.
    White people who speak Spanish want to keep a jackboot firmly on the neck of such people or, preferably, starve them to death behind a fence of razorwire.
    The US has spent the last four or five decades funneling much of its economy to support the former while doing everything it can to disempower the latter and most of the problems it labels as “immigration” (or with even greater denial….illegal immigration…implying normal immigration of psychotic criminal cannibals is just OK fine) is just blow-back from white genocide waged across its border.
    If Rand Paul wants the “Hispanic” (beaner) vote. All he has to do is pay for it. The extent to which these scum vote at all, they do so illegally and for cash.

    • Bossman

      Those Mexicans of American Indian descent are the ones who are laboring under the hot sun in the fields to plant and harvest food crops. Food in America is the cheapest and most readily available in the whole world and that is because of them for the most part.

      • KevinPhillipsBong

        Field labor is 10% of product price. I’m tired of hearing about how US citizens couldn’t afford a trip to the grocery store were it not for the vigorous efforts of Hispanic laborers. I’ll pay an extra quarter for a pack of strawberries if it means my children can grow up in a recognizably American nation.

      • Bartek

        I’d rather pay a non subsidized price for food and live in a valid nation State I can identify with.
        The USA turned traitor on its White majority in 1963 with Heart Celler, and sealed the deal with Lyndon Johnsons welfare breeding program and ignoring the border.

        Personally this joke of a country can burn as far as I’m concerned, it is no longer the USA, the social contract is broken.

  • Rand Paul is such a sell out, it’s ridiculous. That guy’s only ambition is the Presidency. He couldn’t care less about anything else.

    “I think that what’s happened is, there is not the perception of empathy coming from the Republican Party that we care about where they’re coming from and we care about what their problems are.”

    I really don’t care where they’re coming from or what their problems are. Their problems are not my problems, and they need to stop making them mine. That’s the whole problem, Rand.

  • Give Rand Paul to me for just ONE DAY. The local Messcans around here wouldn’t know him from a tadpole without his entourage. Give him to me and I’ll call him my cousin Paul from Kentucky. We’ll meet real Messcans. We’ll see how they live and learn what they want. He will have the BIGGEST wake up call of his life. Making government policy on the basis of Rand Paul’s delusions will be disastrous. Time for the truth.

    • RisingReich

      Wake up from what, exactly? Do you really believe he just doesn’t know ‘Messcans’? You think he’s just ‘out of touch’?

      • Bartek

        The only thin Paul is in touch with is high level Jewish campaign financing.

  • gsrider

    “I think that what’s happened is, there is not the perception of empathy coming from the Republican Party that we care about where they’re coming from and we care about what their problems are,”

    The Senator got at least that much right. I don’t care where they come from or what their problems are. Any republican that supports amnesty for these invaders should be removed from office and prosecuted for treason.
    How about this for a election platform; Find them, arrest them, deport them.

    • Who Me?

      Oh we all know where they came from. we know all too well.

  • Mr. Paul, what about the next racial or ethnic group that invades our land and violates our national sovereignty? Should we likewise offer them “reassurances” that they won’t be deported either? How many more third-world peasants should we take in to show how ’empathetic’ and ‘tolerant’ we Americans are? When will this national suicidal charade end?

    Say what you want, Rand Paul is a traitor to the American people, particularly to the founding stock of this nation!

  • Jesse James

    You know I might have been able to get behind Rand Paul but his constant shilling for illegal immigration and amnesty have killed him as a potential candidate for me.

    • rasher223

      same

    • Bartek

      At least he was man enough to be upfront about it, unlike the majority of the GOP.
      I hope he rots in Hell, but I will say at least he was honest.

  • That kind of thing was more prevalent with his father. That the newsletter years were the “real” Ron Paul, while any other time he was playing a game.

    There is still a small sector who think the same thing about Rand Paul, but they’re a dwindling supply and get smaller each time Rand opens his mouth.

    A President Rand Paul would be as bad or maybe worse on race than Barack Obama.

    Even when you get past the immigration issue, Rand Paul has become a Jack Kemp disciple when it comes to pandering to blacks. Use AR’s search engine to search for: “Rand Paul Minority Engagement Office Detroit”

    • RisingReich

      Paul Ryan would also be a disaster of epic proportions.

      • Nancy Thomas

        Paul Ryan is the absolute WORST of the whole GOP crew, a total NWO shill piece of garbage.

      • Well the good news is that I don’t think he’s going to run for President. Dave Camp is retiring, clearing the way for Paul Ryan to run House Ways and Means. And that might be too good of a job for him to pass up or to treat flippantly while waging an quixotic Presidential campaign.

        The bad news is that once again, I don’t think it matters. Like I said above, I think the RINO TPTB have already pre-ordained Bush or Christie.

        • Pro_Whitey

          Looking at the selection of the GOP nominee is like going to a deli in Hell. Whatever you want, you end up with a crap sandwich.

    • Snazzy Snook

      “A President Rand Paul would be as bad or maybe worse on race than Barack Obama.”

      Let’s not get crazy here .. Trust me, ANYONE would have been better than Bozo ..

  • Kyle

    Dr. Paul is just taking attention off the fact he supports the 10th amendment and repealing the Civil Rights Act, which he’s on the record for both. This is a strategic play.

    • Bartek

      I have had a life time of GOP strategic plays.
      The end result of all GOP strategic plays is White genocide.
      Just look at who pays their bills and you will see why.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Certainly holding off any more amnesty talk until after the November mid-term is smart strategy. If the Repugs retake the Senate, they can turn the debate back to deportation.

  • Bobbala

    I would have to agree with Rand Paul. We are beyond peaceful means of defending our nation from invasion.

  • Brady

    Hispanics who are truly conservative don’t need to be pandered to like that. It really is that simple.

    • IstvanIN

      Actually it isn’t a matter of conservative vs liberal, it is a matter of loyal American vs traitor. I am fairly liberal and fiercely loyal, most politicians of either party are not loyal in any real sense. A Hispanic who is a loyal American wants to preserve this nation and is repulsed by this man.

  • Romulus

    Rinos go with amnesty for votes- we’re replaced
    Left goes with amnesty for votes- we’re replaced

    Same scenario, same results. Whoever is in the country, runs the country.
    Demographics is destiny. We lose the majority, we lose period. Pure and simple.
    I hope I’m dead and buried, if I ever hear some blowhard politician tell me that camel jockeys or Negroes are the creators of European culture or the real Vikings or some other insanity.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      That’s why we need to draft Ann Coulter.
      We know she’s pro-deportation.
      We need to get behind a pro-deportation candidate.

      • Romulus

        Sessions/Coulter 2016 !

        A match made in white heaven. I’ve read most of her books. I believe she is the real deal, even if she may toe tap just an incy bit with the establishment.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Or Coulter/Sessions. Either way, she’d be the first woman in either role. I read two of her books. I read both of Breitbart’s books, too.

          There was a SCOTUS ruling today that will open up the campaign financing quite a bit. It looks to be a positive development for the white party. The planets are lining up. Let’s not blow it.

          • Romulus

            The reason for that was the JRC out in Vegas, with much groveling by Christie, jeb, walker, and kasick. As long as the right bows to Sheldon, he’ll help them out with some of his 39 billion.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            That was that knee-jerk response on talk-radio yesterday. I agree to some extent. It probably is a net positive for white people, even with that very fat “tribal” caveat.

            A positive for white Americans because it will start to cut into the ‘Limousine Liberals’ donation corruption. Corporations were limited to something like a $2,600 political donation to a party. But an ‘individual’ like Bill Maher can donate (and did) a $million to the Demo-rats. The Hillary machine had access to 10s of $millions of Libtard-Hollyweird cash that the Repugs didn’t.

            On the downside, my concern is that the corporations and their new donating powers will do further harm toward the attempts to reverse the H1-B Visa scam that presently exists. It is hurting Americans greatly.

          • Romulus

            Great assessment Andrew. To be sure it will help to offset the lefts zero pockets. My concern, is the source of the money. I’ve tried to give a detailed explanation of that facts far reaching implications and I’ve been overruled by the mods.
            I do not wish that we enter into a felo de SE with the kings’ Midas, so to speak.

            I simply hope that our interests come first, not elite oligarchs.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yes, discussing the tribal implications is always frustrating.

            The Liberal tribe does a great deal of damage, too. This ‘diversity’ white genocide campaign seems to have more and more tentacles. Below is a clip of review from a guy who was purged (along with 4 other engineers) from a NH technology company by H1-B/Diversity Devils.

            The white genocide machine has many limbs and layers.

            .

          • If I’m on SCOTUS and I have McCutcheon vs FEC in front of me, I rule in favor of McCutcheon.

            While I don’t like most of the consequences of my decision, which also happened to be the 5-4 majority decision, I also realize that my job a Supreme Court justice is to make decisions on matters in front of me based on the evidence in front of me in light of the Federal constitutionality of the matter.

            A lot of our people flamed SCOTUS for not taking up the Fisher vs Texas case, essentially finding in favor of Texas’s Top 10% back door AA method. Again, if I was in SCOTUS, I’d have to rule in favor of Texas. Not because I like Texas’s policy, which I don’t, but because I couldn’t find any Federal constitutional grounds to knock it out. The only usable angle, disparate impact, is one I wouldn’t use, because from there you’re on a slippery slope (I know, it’s a logical fallacy) to repealing laws against murder, which of course have a disparate impact on black men.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            ‘Disparate Impact’ is used to describe quotas because quotas are technically illegal, adherent to Title VII of CRA 1964. So the simple solution is semantics. Describe “quota” with different wording.

            ‘Disparate Impact’ was a term conjured by a tribal member named Blumrosen, an EEOC attorney. It came from the SCOTUS quota barn door opening session known as SCOTUS: Griggs vs. Duke Power (1971).

            Later and ironically, in 1985, I was personally excluded from getting in-house at Duke Power (now called Duke Energy) during an aggressive AA hiring session. These AA hiring events are not the victimless crimes as they are represented as.

            Inclusion begets Exclusion.

  • Will the last genuinely conservative, non-RINO to leave the GOP please turn off the lights.

    • Bobbala

      It gets darker?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Into the black….

  • Right now, immigration should be the political issue.

  • MBlanc46

    Who cares whether they’re “conservative” or not. They’re Mexicans. They belong in Mexico.

    • JohnEngelman

      They have higher rates of crime and illegitimacy than white Gentiles. In the United States they are even less likely to go to church. The only area where they are socially conservative is in greater hostility to homosexuals.

  • Whitetrashgang

    Some one should make clear to him that he is a POS and needs to move to Mexico now.

  • the very def. of insanity, repeating the same process but expecting different results.

  • Nancy Thomas

    RP is an idiot. They aren’t going to vote GOP no matter what. The Free Stuff Army is solidly on the left. RP is a nutcase, but so is Jeb Bush and Chris Christie and all of the GOP presidential hopefuls…all of them are open borders anti-white nutcases.
    The only hope is revolution.

    • The Democrat party has been predicated for the last 50 years – ever since LBJ’s “Great Society” on the principle of using tax-funded goodies to buy votes from non-white bloc voters. The invading hordes of greaseritos see that and want a piece of the action. Why in God’s name would they vote GOP?

  • Nancy Thomas

    Yes. The lesson he learned from his father was sellout early.

  • Greg Thomas

    This traitor sounds just like obama. The GOP is making the transformation to democrat lite, in order to appeal to hispanic foreign invaders.

  • Rand who?

  • rasher223

    I must admit though, I’m very much enjoying this revolt by the american people.

    Washington must be chewing their fingernails down to bloody nubs by now because they might actually have to do their job….deport 12 million mexicans.

    • MBlanc46

      We’ll have to deport the government before they deport the Mexicans.

  • Sharps Rifle

    Well, I see Rand is a complete idiot. Entering a country illegally is NOT indicative of being conservative. It IS, however, indicative of being a criminal, and that’s who the ‘rats and other bottom feeders pander to.

    Stick a fork in him, Rand’s done.

  • Jimbo Jones

    Paul is a Israel lackey. What do you expect?

    • MBlanc46

      Ah, Jeez, a yarmulke.

  • Garrett Brown

    He has gone absolutely insane. What a delusional idiot.

  • IstvanIN

    Isn’t a “conservative” someone who is loyal to his country and wants to protect it and its borders, language and culture? There are some things we can argue about until the cows come home, from women in combat to gay marriage, and we can respectively disagree, but to be a conservative, in fact to be a real, loyal American, you must respect the nation’s borders, its native population and its traditions. You must want to defend that nation and its people against foreign invaders and influence. You must want to keep it strong and independent. No one who supports illegal migrants, no one who supports lawbreakers, no one who says those who breach our borders should be rewarded is in any way a conservative or loyal American. What Mr. Paul is saying is that Hispanics are not conservative or loyal Americans because they do not respect or wish to preserve our borders, language or culture. Mr. Paul is saying is that he is a collaborator with the occupying force for his own gain. That he is not a loyal American.

    PS: I am aware of that Mike Savage coined the term borders, language culture and he is right.

  • Pro_Whitey

    You want to appeal to hispanics? I think an honest candidate could go right to them and ask them if they want to have their job opportunities reduced, their wages reduced, and their working conditions degraded. When they answer in the negative, explain that an open immigration policy supports all that. When they get their backs up with reflexive ethnic solidarity, then explain that immigration appears to be an issue about hispanics only because they happen to have a relatively easy time of getting over the border. If we have open borders, then we have 100 million from South Asia and 100 million from Africa, and probably another 100 million from East Asia who would want to come here, with devastating economic results for whoever lives here. Open borders does not mean just hispanic immigration. You can’t guarantee you’ll get their votes, but there’s no need to grovel and ignore the interests of whites.

    • Bartek

      When is a politician going to attempt to appeal to White voters?

    • You’re dreaming. Even blacks will be in much worse shape after Whites go down, but third-world people don’t think that far ahead. They vote for racial solidarity and more government programs. They would have lost interest at about your second sentence.

  • Ella

    Will you see Middle Class White America take to the streets over another lame amnesty program? I highly doubt it unless US govt. raises taxes through the roof, except that they will just borrow and print like normal. At the end, the dollar becomes worthless in our savings, but your local representatives never raised your taxes.

    • Yes, inflation is a hidden tax that we can’t vote against. The central banksters must be stopped.

  • Bartek

    White Americans need a White Nationalist Party like Golden Dawn or FN.
    White Americans have absolutely no political representation in the USA.
    Lack of White political power is apparent when you look at the demographic situation, in 1960 90% of the USA population was White, now it is around 60%.
    Obviously racial politics works, just as obviously Whites need representation.
    Whites sure don’t get represented by Republicans or Libertarians like Rand, their policies will drive White people into extinction.

  • Bartek

    Obviously a vote for Hillary will be a vote for a healthy opposition to the globalist cabal.
    All of them are in favor of mass non White migration to the USA (including Cruz). At least with a Hillary type their will continue to be a ground swell of Congressional opposition.

    • ShermanTMcCoy

      Isn’t that what we aid about Obama?

      • Bartek

        And its worked.
        Mitt would have amnesty, sensible gun control, and a war in Syria by now with majority support of the House backing him (oh, and even more outsourcing to China).
        I’d much rather have a healthy opposition than party loyalty to a treacherous President.

  • I started to turn deeply against Rand Paul when he started to do an about face and support immigration. To me, this was really low. On the other hand, his father, though a libertarian, has become an even better person. But this son is really bad.

    • Except for birthright citizenship, Ron Paul is also an open-borders guy. Hence our enemy.

      • Max

        Do not mistake my statement for my preference but deportation will never happen. Paul simply recognized it. He certainly never promoted Hispanic influx as the wave of the Republican’s future but that we were stuck with what we had, thanks to NAFTA and we had to deal with the reality of it.

        If you continue in this apotheosis of deportation you will never vote in this country in another national election. It has not happened anywhere except perhaps some reshuffling of negroes between transient African countries. No politician in this country will ever again get anywhere with this.

        You all can get pissy about it if you feel better but 30 years from now these words will still be stored somewhere and mass deportation will still not have taken place. The best we can hope for is to hold our ground. I think it unlikely that immigration can even be meaningfully limited.

        The “real” race loyalists here keep pontificating and speculating about Kevin MacDonald as president and as much as I may personally support the idea, he isn’t even running; more dreams. If you all tho

        • You are simply repeating yourself.

        • Grantland

          How about Ghengiz Khan as president?

  • Paleo

    This issue, among others, will be what the neoconservative backstabbers will use to besmirch Rand Paul, while elevating Jeb Bush. The Billy Kristol-approved cabal that endorsed such fine fence-sitting RINOs as Bob Dole, John McCain, and Mitt Romney, would rather switch parties than back a libertarian-ish or anyone not bowing down to the tuck-tail-and-run philosophy of utter shameless capitulation being championed by their fellow travelers. No, the fix is in.

    • Bartek

      Bah!
      To He.. with conservative vs liberal, Capitalist vs Socialist.
      Civilization is crumbling, our elderly are being attacked in the streets because of their White skin. There is no equality under the law, Whites are openly, legally discriminated against in the very nations they founded and built.
      Whites need nationalism and White political representation. Ideological battles are meaningless when the nation is overrun by foreign invaders and savages.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Both good comments. I think the enemies of America are rejoicing in all this division, not to criticize, though. The more we bicker, the warmer and fuzzier they get. Need to find common dry ground soon.

  • bilderbuster

    At least in 2012 I could vote for a lousy White man against a Black man just to make a racial statement.
    I hope Kevin MacDonald is on the ballot because it’s going to be a choice between the GOP sellout & the Clinton’s.
    It’s frightening when I think that a Bush or a Clinton has been in a powerful position in government or running for office since 1975 with the same hacks from their administrations running in & out of one office to the next.
    Talk about “continuity of government”.

  • Alexandra1973

    How stupid can you get?

    I don’t want them here regardless of their politics!

    • Ringo Lennon

      They don’t fit in w/ blacks or whites. Why bring in another hostile anti white group.

  • Snazzy Snook

    Sometimes the man just doesn’t know when to SHUT up ..
    Paul Ryan shut the hell up, man ..

    • Bartek

      Don’t shut up Rand.
      Keep speaking your mind, at least I know who not to vote for.

      • Snazzy Snook

        True , didn’t think of it that way, but you’re right ..

        • AndrewInterrupted

          At least he’s stabbing us in the front.

  • Snazzy Snook

    Bravo bravo !!! I really want to know what you did to the “requested favor” that you help the traitor with ?? I would have smashed whatever it was right in front of him, for waiting until it was finished to tell you how much he despises whites and suffers from some sort of guilt that he not only voted for curious george once , but twice, after he saw what he did the first four years ..

  • Snazzy Snook

    “JohnEngelman I am a Democrat “..
    Well that certainly explains a lot of your stupid comments and thinking ..
    I want to apologize for being way too hard on you at times, when I now know you simply can’t help the mental disease which is libtardism that you have ..

    Try to get some help with that ,did you get your obamacare yet ?

  • Snazzy Snook

    You have your beliefs but, saying something like “I have a personal revulsion for people with tattoos” alienates a LOT of whites also ..
    Anyway, if you look at the tattoos Cruz supposedly has, they even cover his neck, you can’t see any of that in photos when he has a suit on .. Those tattoo photos are fakes ..

  • Jim

    Move over McCain, Graham and Rubio….here comes RAND PAUL! Better watch out, he’s stealing your thunder. Or maybe I should say your “barely audible traitorous ramblings.”

  • Randall Ward

    I worked with Mexicans for 40 years as a builder in Texas; I know them as well as I know Americans. This is what they are like: They hate whites, unless the white is a friend, they do not want to be US citizens, as they consider the US to be inferior to Mexico, they just want to work here as long as they want and skip the obligations of being a US citizen, they can be very violent, women are sex toys and all women love them (I am not kidding), they hate supervision, they are communal and do not do well working by themselves, they are used to a communist government in Mexico and expect the same here, some are hard workers but most are not, their society is not developed enough to build a modern industrial country, and the most important fact relating to the article is they will never vote in the majority for conservatism. They voted more for Bush because he pretended to be a Texan and seemed more “macho”- they appreciate men who are real men; sadly they misjudged Bush because he turned out to be a real statist and a statist is the most femine of men-depending on the government instead of their own self.

  • One of the problems with we ethnonationalists and our curious political relationship with the Pauls, both father and son, is this:

    You heard this a lot in 2008. That we have the right ideas but we’re a fringe political force. So we should hop on board right-libertarian political forces like Ron Paul because while right-libertarianism isn’t actually a racialist mentality, it’s the one that of all the available non-racialist ideologies, disparately impacts us the best. In that what right-libertarians want to accomplish, even if it’s not done for racial motivations, just happens to accrue to our benefit or to the detriment of the racial aliens among us.

    So why hasn’t it worked out:

    1. Right-libertarians don’t have that good of a track record in winning elections. That means we’re not hopping on board of a freight train, we’re hitching our wagon to a mouse. Therefore, our disparately benefiting from their ideas can never be anything more than an empty promise.

    2. Libertarians are all about the race denial. If they sense that we’re trying to ride them for our benefit, they’ll deny you like Peter did Christ and demand that you go away. A real world example of that is Ron Paul’s disavowing the newsletter content he never really believed anyway, when the media pressed him in 2008, and to a lesser extent, 2012.

    3. And that leads to my next point. If they’re so mighty and we’re so wee, that we have to ride them to get scraps for ourselves, then why did they try to ride us during the decade of libertarian cuckoldry into white racialism from the late 1980s to late 1990s? It’s that decade of pretending and faking that had so many people thinking that Ron Paul was one of us, that everything else he said was just game-playing.

    4. Then there’s a more fundamental philosophical problem. Our trying to justify our racialism in libertarian terms only creates a giant grab bag of moral and ideological and philosophical contradictions. Those of us that try to do it at the very least will come off sounding bizarre if not downright insane in the process, and trying to fit the square peg of racialism into the round hole of libertarianism will either drive us crazy and into a nut house, or make us so frustrated that we quit politics altogether and then we’re no good to anyone, or we gradually drift to libertarianism thanks to Cultural Marxist pressure at which time we’re not a racialist anymore.

    • Was never “curious” for me. Ron Paul, except for birthright citizenship, was an open-borders guy.

      • Max

        Please explain then, his membership in The Minutemen.

        His “official” position was one of -Deportation can never be achieved; it is an unrealistic and hugely expensive goal. We have to deal with what we have. If we withdraw ALL benefits to illegals and disallow them to work here they will have no incentive to come. He also said that if we put the money and effort into guarding the southern border that we put into guarding the border of Afghanistan, we could stop illegal entry.

        How is that “open-border”?

        Matters not now but these “open-border libertarian” legends persist among those who never read his writings nor heard him speak.

        Rand is a different matter. Even at that, Rand is more conservative on more issues (so far) than almost all of the rest of the Neorepublicrat Party. Nearly everyone is sold out to Mexico.

        • Help. I feel as if I am in a time warp arguing with a Ron Paul true believer back when he was running. ALL of the open-borders politicians start out by yammering that we can’t massively deport millions of illegals–when almost no border-control politicians are advocating that anyway! So obviously this is a slippery dishonest ploy. Again, the only thing that he was not open-borders on was birthright citizenship. If you want to continue to live in a hero-worship liberation Ron Paul bubble, be my guest, but you won’t get very far on this site, since most people here are more interested in facts than some Dreamy Libertarian La La Land.

          • Max

            If you actually believe that they will deport as many as 100,000 it is YOU who are delusional. It will not happen.

            Ever.

          • Well said, QD. I think the idea is that if we (wink-wink) can’t deport that many people, we should not try to deport any of them. There is no reason for us at least not to deport many more than we already do. Plus if you use things like E-Verify, and the jobs start drying up, it only makes sense that some will self-deport. Open-borders people, like Max, can’t make the argument that they come here for jobs, but would never leave if they had fewer jobs–some have been back and forth several times!

            Max, next to Ron Paul, Mitt was Charles Martel.

          • Grantland

            I disagree. I think we should drive them out with blood and violence, every last one. Not a popular view, but then I’m not running for office.

          • Thank you for making me laugh, because when I first glanced at your comment, I thought you ended it with, ‘and that’s why I’m running for office.’ Now THAT would be a platform!

          • That makes me wonder: Why can’t we deport tens of millions of people? Any country that sent people to the moon can deport tens of millions of people if it has to come to that.

            By can’t, Rand Paul means doesn’t want to.

          • Well put, QD.

        • He campaigned in 2010 for the Senate, did Rand Paul, on immigration patriotism.

          That’s all behind him now.

          Of course he’d join a Minuteman organization for political appearances.

  • Interesting information, Tucker. Thank you for answering.

  • benvad

    Will another black ever be elected President again or was this a one off tragedy?

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I wonder why that was a seminar topic at the anti-white rally in Wisconsin??

    • Easy. Might be awhile, but overall it will become ever more likely as the demographic landslide continues.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    I think there are race traitors and race cowards. Ultimately, they serve the same ‘…useful idiot..’ purpose. I meet white people who are retired or close to retirement who have an ‘…I GOT MINE…’ mentality. They are on their death glide slope. They don’t make any waves so as not to disturb their 401K/pension nest eggs, knowing full well America is in freefall. They have this ‘…I WILL BE DEAD BY THEN…’ attitude. It just makes me want to b!tch slap them.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Definitely. People say there isn’t a dimes difference
    between the two parties? Well, here it is.

  • Puggg

    This is just my doggy sense working here, so take it for what it’s worth, which is probably not much.

    But if you want to “get beyond” the prime punishment for a crime, then you’re also saying the crime is not or should not be a crime anymore.

    “Let’s get beyond imprisoning or executing murderers.” Which means that murder has just become legal, even if there’s still some printed paper somewhere that says that murder is illegal.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      It’s a very slippery slope for a little doggy….<;-D

  • AndrewInterrupted

    I don’t defend Cruz on much, but politicians are just as much techno-tards as they are corrupt. I have been trying to get through to techno-tards like Senator Kelly Ayotte–> a-deer-in-the-headlights. They are as stupid as they are corrupt. They don’t realize there is no STEM shortage. They don’t realize they’re being duped. Hard to say what the corrupt/techno-tardation ratio is. Maybe 50/50?

    Corporations will do whatever they can get away with. Here is an example of what you’re talking about. I think there is a greed and a diversity/white genocide component that both parties enjoy. It’s a bi-partisan deal with the devil.
    .

  • AndrewInterrupted

    It will depend on how many octaroons are running the afro-state.

  • TXCriollo

    The only hispanics that vote republican are cubans and 2nd generation mexicans or spanish americans, puerto ricans and the rest are socialists. Rand paul wont win any of the new people over its a given, the only way is internal strife between minority groups like in california. Dems see mexicans as a pawn in their chess game, but mexicans are most of the time a 60 40 split, blacks will be the dems go to group for a long time. Eventually one side will get more then the other and just leave. Look at the asians in mexifornia there gonna be a much more swing group in the 2014 elections

    • The only hispanics that vote republican are cubans and 2nd generation mexicans

      Believe you are mistaken on that second one, unless you mean the GOP simply gets a larger sliver of their votes. Asians also vote Democratic by a majority.

      • TXCriollo

        Im probably using texas voter info, here once there 2nd or 3rd gen they bolt from the dems, but in california ive met plenty of 2nd gen mexican americans that are liberal to the bone

        • here once there 2nd or 3rd gen they bolt from the dems

          That would be pretty to believe, but I do not think it is true. Bush did get some Hispanic votes, but on further analysis, it turned out that the numbers the GOP advertised that he got were much inflated. If second and third generation Hispanics bolt from the Dems in Texas, that would be all over the news and trumpeted by the GOP Establishment at every turn–if there were reliable statistics to back it up.

          • TXCriollo

            In Texas its pretty straight forward, the dems know it that is why they try so hard to get them. Bush mad inroads yes but so did rick perry. Perry in the 2010 election got 40% of the mexican vote pretty high since bush only got 27% and 34% in his two gov elections. O and our primary wendy lost Hispanic counties to a pro life dem the more dems in Texas stay the course of keeping taxes low and pro killing babies and anti jesus watch the hand out ppl not vote or go to the other party

          • If you are running for president and you get 40 percent of the overall vote you will lose by a landslide.

          • TXCriollo

            Ok but thats not what I was saying I was using one ethnic group mexicans voting more gop in the last texas gov election i dont get how that became if you win 40 % in presidential election. When the convo was mexican voting trends in tx based on generation

          • Well, keep your eye on it and I will be interested to hear what you find. But another problem with using any one or two examples, as in any election, there are local factors that can actually influence the vote also. In addition, what if a ‘welcoming’ ‘reaching out’ ’empathetic’ GOP candidate is running against a Democratic Hispanic. Lots of luck!

            I recall way back when, California Republican Governor Pete Wilson was pushing legislation to cut off a lot of government benefits to illegals. A majority of Republicans and a lesser majority of Democrats supported it. It was also supported by a majority of Hispanics–until Hispanic ‘leaders’ started playing the race card, and then Hispanics racially united and a majority of them voted against it. It passed anyway, but the courts–natch–knocked it down.

          • TXCriollo

            Texas mexicans are much different then Californian Mexicans, racially and history, Texas has had mexicans here since we became a republic, i happen to descend from the spanish that came to texas in the 1700s,after the civl war we went to cuba. Most tejanos true ones descend from the spanish who have pride for texas and remember mexico attacking us. California mexicans are more recent came here during the 1960s and the liberal change of California. We have had mexicans run in 2002 rick Noriega ran for senate and lost, mexicans in texas are changing the media wont say it but were getting a more euro mexican or a castizo class vs the indian class. Prop 187 was a good thing i did some reading on it pete wilson seemed like a smart guy, but California and its liberal whites stuck the nail in the coffin.

          • No, it was a liberal judge that knocked the law down. California was always known by historians and political scientists as being ‘bifurcated,’ or split, having a higher percentage of both liberals and conservatives than other states. California voters were responsible for such raging liberals as Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.

            What destroyed California was federal open-borders policies, since third-world people tend to vote for Democrats and more social programs and racial solidarity. You don’t know a whole lot about Texas politics. Why do you think Democrats are starting to talk about Texas as soon being ‘in play’? Because it is becoming increasingly Hispanic. The Southwest was only part of Mexico for about 27 years, before that it was Spanish land for a long, long time. Before that it was Indian land for thousands of years.

            If we all live long enough, wait until Texas starts becoming overwhelming non-White, especially when the energy boom runs out. There is no doubt a proud minority of people in Mexico who have considerable Spanish heritage, but that hasn’t stopped Mexico from being a corrupt violent third-world pit. One of the reasons why so many ‘conservative’ Texans want to hide behind such things as gun rights and thinking that California’s central problem is that it is brimming with Hollywood liberals is to escape the inevitable, that, due to our open-borders overlords, all states, especially Texas, are following California down the drain.

          • TXCriollo

            i work in texas politics i know what is going on, why is texas having this bs texas is in play because the dems know if the repubs focus on texas they lose focus on other states. I have a lot more inside and whats going on, this election for gov is the big fight if wendy davis wins texas will speed up and follow california.real fast. Why is it so hard for texas to fight for texas because other states like california and new york fight us. I see it every day i see the real demographic numbers from the states cdc i see who votes where and what in the last election. I am on the front line fighting for texas

          • Okay, I take it back. You know more about Texas politics that I. But just a couple of final points. To say that Hispanics in Texas are different from those in California–once a place of Old California Ranchos held by people of Spanish heritage, who have now, like everyone else, been overwhelmed by the federally mandated third-world invasion–is a no-brainer. It is like saying the Hispanics in Florida are different from those in Colorado. Of course they are. Obviously there are regional, state and local differences, partly due to different types of Hispanic ethnicities. But show me a heavily Hispanic district outside of Florida that does not most of the time vote majority Left for Democrats. And even Florida is changing, since a lot of their attachment to the GOP goes back to its tougher stance on Castro. To newer generations, plus all of the non-Cuban Hispanics moving in, this is murky ancient history. Finally, I know a little bit about Spaniards myself. My ancestry is English, Irish, French and German. On my dad’s side, his parents came to the US from Spain. So I consider you a brother in more ways than one–keep up the good fight!

          • TXCriollo

            well ya the big difference is race texas hispanics dont like the indian mex and dont want them here we need to fight back adios brother

          • Yeah that’s the thing. Even if you want to believe that 44% figure, in that “Bush got 44% of the Hispanic vote,” then all that proves is that you (not you personally, TMA) are a moron and can’t do first grade math. If you get 44, it means the other guy or gal gets 56, which means you lose.

            And the way I hear so many RINO barnacle class creeps mush over the Hispanic vote or other non-white groups, makes me wonder if they think that white people are not allowed to vote. Or maybe they think they’re supposed to be embarrassed that white people are the only kind of people who give more votes to Republicans than to the other party, ergo white people are the cause of Republicans winning elections.

          • Well stated. GOP candidates will do double-somersaults while twisting themselves into pretzels while speaking broken Spanish as they down a taco trying to get–Wow!–30 or 40 percent of the Hispanic vote, when, in actual numbers, they have alienated far more Whites who then don’t even bother to vote. Of course you and most people here know that we also have to factor in the Mississippi River-sized flow of contributions they get from the cheap-labor open-borders globalist corporations, including Big Ag. I imagine this can make a person become pretty darn fond of Maria and Jose and their little bambinos. Not to mention Haitians, Somalis, Iraqis . . .

  • Transpower

    I’ve had high hopes for Rand Paul. His foreign policy is certainly better than that of his father. On the other hand, he seems to be an “extreme” pro-life candidate–which would cause, of course, if put into effect, more social welfare costs and higher crime. I thought he was strong on border control, but now I’m not so sure.

  • Rand Paul seems to have perfected John McCain’s winning combination of racial pandering, foul dishonesty and high treason to Western civilization: (1) Polls have shown that Hispanics are not voting against the GOP because they believe it lacks “empathy,” but because they don’t like its core values of smaller government and fewer social programs; (2) How many major GOP politicians are calling for mass “deportation”? ZERO.

  • gregCall

    More like the last 30 years.

  • gregCall

    During the Reagan years the Republican party really seemed to be moving to a truly conservative position. Then a certain unnamed group likely began feeling threatened by this, infiltrated and subverted the party with neoconsevatives. Thereby changing the direction and focus of the party from protecting traditional American values and way of life, to pandering to “Judeo-Christians” with a focus on Israel and feeding the world bankers through the military-industrial complex by unending imperialistic/interventional foreign wars.

    The Republican party is dead, I’m not happy about that but eventually there may be a bright side. As the Republican party slides ever closer to the Democrats, there will be more incentive for a new, truly conservative party to be formed. With the republican party becoming all but irrelevant, those leaning left will consolidate in the democratic party and possibly true Conservative can simply reclaim the abandoned Republican party.

    I actually hope with the demise of the Republican party we can break the stranglehold of the old easily manipulated two party system and get a more representative system in the US. With the two party system all we have is socialists on the left/Dems, big business interests on the right/Repubs, who pander to the conservatives but don’t actually hold the convictions of those they pander to so will never fight for their interests.

    • Max

      We have a one-party system with two franchises.

      • gregCall

        Unfortunately you are correct sir.

  • dewdly

    Being tossed back and forth between Republicans and Democrats is hopeless and humiliating. At some point white people will be so fed up that they will create an unabashedly white nationalist party. We can only hope that it happens before whites become a minority.

  • Seriously, thanks for finishing my long rant for me. It’s as if we’re using the same brain.

    You’re right, but not not just the libertardian cult, but all ideological cults. We just need to get race right, and everything else will pretty much take care of itself sooner or later. This is why I don’t much argue over non-racial ideological matters anymore.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      The Left has pretty well co-opted and diluted the Libertarians anyway. Now they’re all about freedom to smoke dope and all that crap. Probably something that was orchestrated.

  • Max

    The “message” that we should be sending them Rand is “Get all of you, out now. We don’t want you here. Go vote in Mexico”.

  • Max

    Despite your dislike for them both of them, certainly Ron has worked longer than you before entering politics at a real and meaningful job unlike whatever quick-shop job you have in Chicago. He was a physician for many years before he was ever in politics and if you look at his home compared to the rest of the classic politicians there is no comparison. This is the guy who the lobbyists wouldn’t even bother with.

    Rand also practiced medicine as does at least one sister so this is not your typical lawyer/community organizer political dynasty.

    You can have genuine disagreement with their immigration politics but theseare not people who are lazy or incapable of doing jobs outside of politics.