Ann Romney Condescends As Well As Mitt

Here’s something cringe-worthy from Ann Romney campaigning in Illinois today:

“And I love it that women are upset, too, that women are talking about the economy, I love that.  Women are talking about jobs, women are talking about deficit spending.  Thank you, women.  We need you.  We all need you in November, too.  We have to remember why we’re upset and what we’ve got to do to fix things.”

Wow, women are worrying their pretty little heads about deficit spending.  Can you imagine?  It must be all that “college” they’ve been going to, you know the place where they hand out birth control pills.  Some of the sluts must be reading economics textbooks in between one sex partner and the next.

I’m guessing the same person wrote this who wrote that tone-deaf crap Mitt spouted in Puerto Rico.  That person shouldn’t be fired, he or she should be shot.  Don’t you just feel as if you’ve been patted on the head, as if you’re five years old?

Don’t worry, Ann, I’ll remember why I’m upset.  And I’ll be hearing so much more from the GOP between now and November to remind me.

Mitt Goes Latin, With Predictable Results

Romney awkwardly panders to the people of Puerto Rico, in his inimitable, condescending Mitt way:

“What a beautiful island. What a beautiful place.  What a wonderful culture you enjoy.  What a wonderful people you are.  Citizens of this great land.  Citizens of America!”

What a crappy speechwriter you have, citizen of one-percent land!

Gonna take more than Marco Rubio as his running mate to fix Mitt’s anthropological challenges.

I guess it could have been worse.  He could have recited the lyrics to “I Feel Pretty.”

The Hispanic Vote in Florida

While Newt is perceived as having a less hard-line position on immigration than Mitt (another flip flop in his move to the right), it’s unlikely to help him among Hispanic voters in Florida, where the Hispanic community is largely Puerto Rican or Cuban rather than Mexican.

Puerto Ricans are already U. S. citizens, so it’s not an issue for them.  Cubans who get themselves onto U. S. soil are given refuge under the “wet foot dry foot” policy because of the Communist regime in Cuba.  There’s really no such thing as the “Hispanic vote,” since members of different Hispanic communities have different immigration statuses and perspectives.