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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
February 9, 2012 8:21am
 
"I wanted to make sure that the South Texas Border Area, especially all important Rio Grande Valley Area is fairly represented."

Yeah, but what about the rest of your district? When will we get our fair representation up here in Wilson County? You do not represent my interests at all, Mr. Cuelliar, as you have proven by your voting record. If all you want to do is represent Hispanics on the border, how about you do that and allow the rest of us in District 28 to have fair representation for a change?

"Hispanics will be able to choose their candidate of choice. "

Not choose their candidate of choice, but rather make certain that their candidate wins... Isn't that what you meant to say? After all, nothing was stopping them from voting for their choice before, but now, they can make damn sure their choice wins. Now the election is rigged, stacked in favor of Hispanics... and of course, that means Democrats. But, isn't that kinda... racist on it's face??

The truth is obvious, this was not about fair representation at all. It was all about getting more Democrats in Congress and in the State legislature. It was just plain old naked partisan, race driven politics, using the Voting Rights Act as a bludgeon to game the system.
     
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