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September 03, 2003

Too hilarious to pass up

By Jim Dallas

Via Daily KOS, from Pocho.com:

FRESNO, CA Shocking photographs from Lieut. Governor Cruz Bustamante's sordid past as a Fresno State University militant Chicano hate group member in the free wheeling 1970s surfaced today on my desk. These photos are compelling evidence that his membership in the college student group 'MEChA', whose acronym in Spanish means, "Mexican Ku Klux Klan," is more than a youthful indiscretion. Bustamante, which in Spanish means, "He who breaks open the skull of the White Man," is shown racing towards a carne asada barbecue area, toting a Mexican flag and full Chicano revolutionary regalia. He is accompanied by a band of fellow unbathed MEChISTAS, which in Spanish means, "Mexican Aryan Nation."

It is un-American for this gordo bandido (fat democrat) to not renounce his membership in this dangerous and reckless seditious Chicano hate group. You can just hear the shouts of, "Hispanic Power!" and a bloodcurdling "Ole!" as you stare at this horrific scene of South of the Border savagery. Among the goals of this militant Mexican mafia are the complete takeover of Aztlan, which means "move into your house and violate your blonde daughter" and the most offensive and radical, to recruit Latino students into college. Disgusting!

The MEChA slogan is, "La Union Hace La Fuerza," which means in Spanish, "Get your paws off me you damn dirty Gringo ape!"

Meanwhile, more evidence of substantial marijuana use, groping of helpless females and multiple sex orgy gangbangs by Arnold Schwarzenegger were found again today but it doesn't matter because, hey, it's Arnold.

I'm Bill O'Really, and I'm fairly imbalanced.

Posted by Jim Dallas at September 3, 2003 02:46 PM | TrackBack


This is truly hilarious. Seriously, I'm laughing out loud.

But now can they do a similar one for excessive racial piety directed against Trent Lott?

Posted by: Mark Harden at September 4, 2003 12:44 PM

actually the motto is,
"por nuestra raza toda, por las otras nada"
(for the race everything, for others nothing)
Hahahaha, but it's so funny because well they just couldn't be racist! :)

Posted by: TX Pundit at September 4, 2003 01:09 PM

I knew there was a reason to join MECHA!

Posted by: Mike at September 4, 2003 02:20 PM

Not likely, Mr. Harden, since excessive racial piety is what got him nailed (two words: amici curiae http://talkingpointsmemo.com/).

Oh, by the way: take a Spanish lesson, TX Pundit.


Posted by: Meme Machine at September 4, 2003 02:32 PM

Indeed. The line of the Plan Espiritual de Aztlan quoted by TX Pundit is, I feel, a mistranslation.

In any case, Bustamante went out of his way to denounce racial separatism, etc.

How exactly is Trent Lott's very explicit endorsement of a very explictly racist Strom Thurmond campaign morally equivalent to Bustamante's apparently disinterested membership in a student group?

Moreover, can anyone produce a record of Bustamante consistently showing ties to racist groups? I mean, Trent Lott was joined at the hip to the CCC, which was very clearly the political arm of the KKK.

I mean, come on.

Posted by: Jim D at September 4, 2003 11:10 PM
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