Re: Steve Sailer`s blog post: Ted Cruz: White, Cuban, Italian and Irish...HispanicFrom: "MrStentorianCommentator" [Email him]
To me, the evidence of Ted Cruz`s whiteness just points out how much greater a disaster amnesty and Hispanic immigration is than a bonehead like McCain will ever realize.
If you take the white Hispanics like Cruz out of the Hispanic population, and leave the mestizos
, what would the leftist to American voting ratio result be?
I guess it would be closer to 80-90% for the left.
Thinking we can just do better than 30% if we kiss Hispanic butt will turn out to make things even worse, as a bunch of Raza-conscious mestizos
vote for government payments to themselves out of whitey`s pocket.James Fulford: I`ll repeat what I said in a blog about the whiteness of Marco Rubio:
"Cubans aren`t Spanish speaking members of ethnic minorities—they`re Spanish. The white Cubans tend to be Republicans, and anti-Communists. They were the productive class in Cuba—that`s why they had to leave. Mexican-Americans in the Southwest, on they other hand, are either Indians, or mestizos. They were the not-very-productive-class in Mexico—that`s why they had to leave. The GOP and National Review keep hoping the Mexican-Americans and Mexican immigrants will turn into Cubans. This is a delusion. In 2009, NR did a couple of articles about Ted Cruz, a Hispanic Republican in Texas. See Cruz Control | A Republican star rises in Texas by Mark Hemingway. May 4, 2009 [Subscriber link] and A Great Reaganite Hope, &c., by Jay Nordlinger, May 12, 2009. I`m willing to accept that Ted Cruz is a great American, genuine conservative, great communicator, and so on. But he`s also a white Cuban-American, son of a white refugee from Batista. And it says something that the GOP`s Hispanic outreach in Texas has produced not a patriotic Tejano, but a Great White Hispanic."