Democratic Convention 2008

Si se puede!

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I'll never refuse a challenge. Using several of his aliases, Lonewacko urges us to stop ignoring the story of the 2008 DNC: Mexican flags! He knows they're there, and the fact we haven't seen any just proves we're in on it.

Well it took some doing, and quite a bit of hiking around Mile High Stadium, where I believe the entire population of North America is lined up to get in. (We'll have some video of that shortly), but yes, even here La Raza is scheming to undermine the U.S.A.:

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  1. About as scary as an Italian flag outside a pizza joint.

  2. Tim, by naming him you are summoning him to this thread like a pedophile to a boy scout meeting.

  3. Come on Episiarch, Lonewacko was cleared of those charges!

  4. Tim, by naming him you are summoning him to this thread

    Waaaay worse than Bloody Mary.

  5. Even worse than Biggie Smalls!

  6. I, for one, welcome, our hot, female, Mexican overlords.

  7. First of all, the claim that I was cleared of charges is libelous as there were no charges to begin with. There’s a fair possibility I’ll be suing “Marcvs”, so I ask that Reason preserves his IP address as well as other details pertaining to his comment.

    As for Cavanaugh, the comment was actually from someone else, who said (bolding added):

    I did notice, although the cameras worked real hard to keep them out of view, flags of the Nation of Mexico being waved, by delegates to a primary convention to elect a candidate for the President of the United States

    So, it’s not just trinket vendors, but those involved in our political process. And, waving the MXan flag indicates divided loyalties, something that should annoy any patriotic American and something that any patriotic American who’s a reporter should look into.

    Instead, all a lightweight like Cavanaugh can come up with is snark.

  8. He’ll sue you in England!

  9. First of all, the claim that I was cleared of charges is libelous as there were no charges to begin with

    That’s just because the cops are incompetent.

    waving the MXan flag

    And I now have my latest running gag. Thanks for going Full Retard, LonePedo.

  10. There’s a fair possibility I’ll be suing “Marcvs”

    What a pussy.

  11. There’s also a fair possibility that you’re crazy as a shithouse rat.

  12. And, waving the MXan flag indicates divided loyalties, something that should annoy any patriotic American and something that any patriotic American who’s a reporter should look into

    Serious question (!)(yrly!):
    Do you think the same of people that wave the stars and bars?

  13. You can never go wrong with Hatch green chile, unless it is spelled chili, then it is probably from Texas.

  14. Do you think the same of people that wave the stars and bars?

    The difference is that the CSA was there and was conquered, whereas the Mexicans are here and are conquering.

    Also: I resemble that remark.

    unless it is spelled chili, then it is probably from Texas.

    You picked the wrong Gulf Coast to tear ass through, boy.

  15. Today it’s tasty chili, tomorrow it’s total dhimmitude! Or something. Whatever it is, I’m scared.

  16. Kolohe,
    The St Andrews cross Confederate battle emblem was not the national flag of the Confederate States of America. Your link was to the battle flag not the stars and bars.

  17. si podemos.

  18. Which, of course, is latin for “if the oppossum crosses the road, why should I bother to brake for it?”

  19. As for Cavanaugh, the comment was actually from someone else,…

    Well, so much for hoping that there’s only one of you.

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