A Tri-Cornered Sombrero Is A Very Hard Thing To Find – TBogg

21 Feb

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A nice read about the tea/bagger/party/don’t tread on something or other,-  guys current love interest, Senator Ted Cruz (Texas??   who would have known).

“We done got us a Haaaavad Law man.”  He’s smart!!”   And he’ll save them with Hispanics somehow,….. if Rubio misses the mark, I guess.

But,….. If I want to be honest, (make an attempt every once in a while),….. the reason I put this up is

I absolutely loooovvve the title.  It caught me.  I think I’ll use it some.

You should go read the whole thing.

 A Tri-Cornered Sombrero Is A Very Hard Thing To Find


Now that the Tea Party has taken on a Latin Lover (Sr. Ted Cruz who is muy suave) they have come to the realization that they need some additional compañeros of the mochachino hue to help reanimate the old white dude Tea Party corpse, and you know what that means?

Road trip!

The Tea Party group that sponsored a prime-time response last week to President Obama’s State of the Union address is the latest group recognizing the power of the Latino vote.

Officials with the Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest Tea Party political action committee, have been discussing their own Latino outreach, said Sal Russo, the group’s co-founder.

“We’ve been trying to do a bus tour that would focus on communities that we don’t normally talk to,” Russo said.


Tea Party members say Latinos, and other minorities, are as critical to their future as the Republicans are finding they are to the future of their party.

“The bus tour is the iconic symbol of the Tea Party,” Russo said. “When we’ve gone to some states, like Texas, we’ve had good Hispanic participation. We’re trying to do a [national] bus tour that would be more directed that way.”

“We want to try to get our email communication and our website in Spanish,” Russo said. “The Tea Party movement has been successful using social media – emails, Twitter, Facebook. That’s how people found out about us. We have to communicate directly”


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Posted by on February 21, 2013 in Economy, Education, Politics


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