The hate rhetoric towards Mexicans and U.S. born citizens of Mexican descent by most of the Republican candidates for the nomination for President in 2016 has labeled the GOP as the Pendejos political party.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
August 24, 2015
Washington, D.C. – The GOP or the Republican political party is now known nationally by Hispanics and immigrants as the “Pendejos” (Stupid) political party for the hate rhetoric and hysteria towards Mexicans, Puerto Ricans and immigrants by most of the 15 candidates trying to get the Republican nomination for President in 2016. Out spoken pendejos and racists, candidates Donald J. Trump, Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker have taken the lead to exploit the hate card towards Hispanics and immigrants just to gain votes from bigoted Americans.
They seem to try to get America back into a White candidate control of the White House instead of embracing the diverse rich culture make up face of America today. No doubt, the combined ethnic population in the U.S. has taken over and these White candidates are desperate to keep Whites in political power or status quo to exploit racial discriminatory practices and to keep people of color in poverty and homeless.
Hispanics and immigrants have now been declared undesirable in America by the leading Republican candidate Trump who declared “War” on immigration, but in reality against all Hispanics in the U.S. Trump and the other GOP candidates are hoping most Hispanics can just turn sit back or turn their backs and allow for other Latinos to be discriminated, their rights violated and get as many U.S. born children in the country deported because of their Mexican roots and families.
Even some Republican Hispanics and Mexicans legally in the U.S. support Trump’s outspoken attack on Latinos not realizing that they too have been targeted by Trump who is part German and his ancestors immigrated to the U.S. Some Latinos agree with Trump and Walker, that all Mexican nationals residing and working illegally in the country should be deported including ending a birthright to citizenship for those children born in the country to undocumented parents.
Since 2006, immigration reform activists, organizations and clergy staged demonstrations, marched, engaged in civil disobedience acts, hunger strikes and even had undocumented children confront GOP elected federal representatives at the national level for immigration reform while the majority of the undocumented population in the country stood idle and watched a few thousand activists struggle for their rights to remain in the U.S. Some Hispanics believe, if the 11M undocumented population continues to sit quietly and expect for immigration reform to get accomplish soon while being idle, then they deserve to get deported by Trump, Walker or the next Republican President elect.
Hispanics have become to complacent to racism and discrimination in the country, we inject trillions of dollars into the U.S. economy, but can’t manage our spending power to influence change and immigration reform. We can vote in large numbers, we can spend trillions of dollars, but today we need to spend less in the U.S. to hit those Pendejos where it hurts, in their pockets.
Undocumented workers in the last ten decades have contributed more than $100B into the Social Security Trust Fund and even more to the IRS suspended account, which most undocumented workers don’t file for tax refunds.
Trump declared a War against illegal immigration on Sunday, but has no credible plan for immigration reform other than to built a border wall by Mexico, promotes mass deportations, hate and ending U.S. birthright to children with undocumented parents. The bigoted America today is a dying breed and will eventually become dormant.
● Trump’s mass deportation plan to deport 11M illegals would cost $12,500 each or $137B, according to U.S. ICE
● Cost to built a 1,900 mile border wall between the U.S. and Mexico $14B
● 40% of foreigners who overstay their Visa’s in the U.S. arrive by passenger planes, according to Government Accountability Office/PEW Hispanic Center
● 75% of the Hispanic population in the U.S. consider Trump in a negative view, according to NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll