“I support fakes, and I vote”
Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 07:00am 13 Comments
Alternative headline: “Supporter of fake Indian ranch supports fake Indian.”
From reader @Coondawg68 who e-mailed this on Friday:
Warren supporter bumper sticker irony
Spotted at a Quincy MA parking lot yesterday.
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Indian Ranch is a concert venue. It has as much to do with “Indians” as “PowWowChow”.
I vote for this to get some sort of prize. But I would want it back! 🙂
I don’t think that’s a contradiction, at all. On the contrary. It appears that Indian Ranch is just another faux Indian piece of kitsch, just as is Ms. Warren’s Cherokee heritage. Birds of a feather…
Perhaps they are theater adverts?
All I will say is that if 50.1% are dumb enough to select Elizabeth Warren, then they will get what they deserve.
1. The damage she would do as Senator would not be restricted to Massachusetts.
2. Warren is ravenous for power, for power without accountability. She’s getting all that Hollywood money because the Soros wing of the Democratic Party wants her as President.
3. My inbox has an email from the Brown campaign. They sound worried. My draft response is that Brown had damn well better mend fences with the Tea Party types who got him elected.
Given #1 and #2, isn’t it a bit late to be so pure as to insist on #3?
The primaries are over. It is Brown or Warren. One or the other of them will be the Senator.
That’s your choice. No Green or Libertarian candidate has any chance.
Time for the Tea Party in Massachusetts to wake up and smell the coffee.
Indian Ranch Inc. supports Fauxcahontas LLC
(Limitlessly Laughable Cherokee)
I understand that the Warren campaign has selected a theme song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCeLFECS5mc
The thing which has been missed and is as appalling as anything else is the idea from the left that if she were 1/32 Cherokee she’d be OK on this issue. “One drop” is good enough, I guess–even the Nuremberg laws didn’t go back that far.
Especially now that he’s off the disabled list and all, ready to make a run at the second half of the season, someone should ask Massachusetts’ most famous Indian, Jacoby Ellsbury, what he thinks about Elizabeth Warren’s Indian claims.
This should be Elizabeth Warren’s campaign theme song.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
Beware of falling irony!