Past Features

March 4, 2016

Romney and the Reconquista
Was he silent because Ryan and Villaraigosa agreed?

Obama and Antonio Villaraigosa - Chairman of the
2012 Democratic National Convention
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- March 4, 2016  
Romney ignored chief architect of the Mexican Conquest of California
    This is Mitt Romney and I approved of this ad.
    The Democrat convention is over and Barack Obama was nominated for another term as President of the United States. I congratulate him on his victory.
     I do not congratulate him for his choice of the chairman of the convention. Let me remind the American People who Antonio Villaraigosa is.
On August 4, 1999, Mr. Villaraigosa appeared in a photo on the front page of the Los Angeles Times together with the President of Mexico.
    They were applauding the decision of California Gov. Gray Davis to kill Proposition 187. Davis did it to keep it away from the U.S. Supreme Court.
Four days later, this letter appeared in the Times: What am I missing here? Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa thanks Mexico President Ernesto Zedillo for helping kill Proposition 187, which denied benefits to Mexicans who broke our laws to live in California illegally... We know who Zedillo works for, But who does Villaraigosa work for?
Indeed, who was Speaker Villaraigosa working for --- the U.S. or Mexico?
Illegal immigration is a serious matter. Barack Obama should not have rewarded a man who openly joined with a foreign power to illegally thwart the will of California taxpayers.
This is Mitt Romney and I approved of this ad.

    Romney must have known all about Villaraigosa.
    Why was he silent?
    Maybe because, just like Villaraigosa, Paul Ryan wanted to kill Proposition 187 as well.