Victoria Cobb – a woman — is the president of The Family Foundation, an organization whose mission is to apply “founding principles and faith to policy and culture” . . . based on “the principles of life, marriage, parental authority, constitutional government and religious liberty.”
The Family Foundation is hosting Senator Ted Cruz – an Hispanic – today at an event that includes gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli.
The Washington Post blasted this event, and took a shot at E.W. Jackson – an African-American – who is running for Lieutenant Governor.
WaPo’s editorial is ugly, mean, racist and misogynistic. How dare an Hispanic freshman senator engage in a popular 21-hour filibuster to explain why people don’t want ObamaCare – and then vote for cloture allowing the Senate to vote against his position in our constitutional republican form of government.
How dare this woman-led organization promoting family values, parental authority and – gasp – constitutional government invite the popular Ted Cruz to an event with Ken Cuccinelli.
WaPo could not resist the dog-whistle message to its bigoted progressive readers by including “rabble-rousing” E.W. Jackson in this story. ‘He’s black; hold him back.’ No Lt. Governorship and certainly no rousing the rabble for a Constitution-respecting African-American.
Ah, if only these women, Hispanics and African-Americans would get back on the plantation and be for the $17-trillion national debt, the ruin of our constitutional republic – or even against traditional family values . . .