April 27, 2012
The HiSCA System Chart
With Zimmerman up for Crucifixion and Rubio on the route to the RinoVEEPCan slot, you'll need a chart to keep your responses in tune. Here it is via The People's Cube:
Mitt Romney is rumored to disobey the mainstream media's Hispanic Skin Color Advisory System while vetting vice-presidential candidates. According to experts, the likely Republican VP candidate, Marco Rubio, who is of Cuban descent, is too light-skinned to be considered fully Hispanic, falling under a subprime minority group classification as White Hispanic, or WHISP. --Mitt and Marco: the WASP and the WHISP
Posted by gerardvanderleun at April 27, 2012 6:34 PM
They left out the great big tie-breaking definer: the "hispanic surname", that government agencies have used for decades to classify and count schoolchildren, voters, patients, and neighborhood residents. My hispanic niece was denied an award given by a Latin-American organization because she doesn't have a hispanic last name. They gave it instead to someone with a lower GPA - but who met the name recognition criteria.
Rubio is a swell guy with one hiccup. He fails the Constitutional test to be Veep much less President.
While he is a natural born citizen, his parents are not. Article II section one as well as the 25th Amendment covers this. (succession of the VP, Kennedy death)
Witness the big stink over Obama's father. If Rubio is selected and Romney takes the big hike, He's not eligible to be Pres.
Who says you'll like the Speaker of the House?
Peccable, all I see is No person except a natural born Citizen ... shall be eligible to the Office of President.
What am I missing? If he's a natural born citizen, what do his parents have to do with it?
I'm beginning to think Obama is 'unnaturally born'. He doesn't seem to be one of us.
But slightly off-topic: I was watching the most important television show you need to watch - Women of Ninja Warrior. And I noticed that Japanese people, also called 'Asians' are white. Not only that, they are much whiter than most white people. Can we call them White Asians?
Cris, when a person has parents (one or both) non-native, their parents may have declared their offspring's country other than the US.
Remember the noise over McCain being born in the Panama Canal Zone. His father was a WWII Admiral US Navy.
Now you have the questions over where Obama was born, and his citizenship. Forget not he as a child lived in Indonesia.
Up to George Bush, parental lineage could be established proving citizenship.
Any American born abroad to American citizens had to declare citizenry upon reaching 21. Much of this happened during WWII with GI's marrying English, Irish or Scots and having kids there.
What flavor worms do you like. The can is open.
Since the media, er, Ministry of Misinformation came up with White Hispanic, why don't they trumpet ZerObama is our first White Black pResident?