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Tito Munoz Earns A Backlash

By Greg L | 29 July 2011 | 36th VA Senate, Fairfax County, Virginia Senate, Prince William County | 10 Comments

Looks like Tito’s utterly inane game to see who can hispander the most is seriously backfiring.  The Liberty Zone piles on with some real gems on this, ending with the kind of summation I wished I’d thought of:

There’s a reason the usual establishment suspects have gathered behind Tito to try to stop Jeff. He stuck his thumb in their eye frequently in Richmond, as Delegate and as RPV Chair. That’s the kind of guy I want representing me. A guy with courage, commitment and integrity. As he put it, he didn’t go to Richmond “to make any friends.” Jeff should respond to this with scornful silence and let this boomerang on the Muñoz campaign. Tito seems from my experience like a great guy, but he needs to reboot his campaign and look at who he is and why he wants to be a Senator from the 36th District. I think maybe he doesn’t understand that America is a place, not an idea, and we do have an intrinsic culture and heritage.

Would the last person clinging to the idea that Republicans can only win by pandering to ethnic groups please turn out the lights at Tito’s headquarters before departing?

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  1. Tom said on 30 Jul 2011 at 1:09 pm:
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    “America a place, not an idea”?

    How sad that this writer wants to limit America to a place and not an idea.

    And they say progressives don’t love America. How sad conservatives have abandon the ideals that this is a great country and merely want to make it a point of origin.

  2. Get Bullwinkle! said on 30 Jul 2011 at 5:47 pm:
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    No, America is a flavor of ice cream. And a brand of vodka. America is a t-shirt. Let’s make america everything. And nothing at all.

    Liberals have empty heads. This “america is an idea” sounds so Soviet!

  3. Maureen said on 30 Jul 2011 at 7:16 pm:
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    America is a country. With borders and laws. It IS a place and it should be respected.

  4. James Young said on 1 Aug 2011 at 9:56 am:
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    It gotta agree with Tom, to a degree. America is MORE of an idea than a place, though it is a place, too. What defines us it not our various heritages, but our CONSTITUTIONAL heritage, the ideas willed to us by the Founders who adopted the Declaration, and what should be our shared commitment to them.

    Of course, so-called “progressives” (really: reactionary Liberals) either don’t understand those ideas, or hold them in contempt.

  5. Joe Taylor said on 1 Aug 2011 at 12:32 pm:
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    You can’t be un-English or un-French, you can however be un-American. There have been two countries founded on an ideal; the United States and the Soviet Union. We just happened to have the ideal that worked. There is no “intrinsic culture and heritage” apart from the ideals laid out in the Declaration of Independance - our culture has been in a constant state of change since the europeans first landed. We are not a static nation but a dynamic one, our cultural quirks are based on the free choices of individuals, they are not inflexible and monolithic. Apparently some would like to use the police power to control other Americans in order to “preserve culture”, ironically by doing so they are destroying the very culture they claim to defend.

  6. Robert Kenyon said on 4 Aug 2011 at 10:05 am:
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    America is BUILT on sone ideals, but fundamentally it’s a place, a sovereign nation with its own heritage and culture. That doesn’t preclude others coming to join the melting pot, but ultimately we’re all Americans first… No “hyphenating” allowed. Reminds of a certain TR quote. I have issues with Teddy on other issues, but on this he was dead on.

  7. mamma grizzlie said on 4 Aug 2011 at 5:09 pm:
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  8. Greg L said on 4 Aug 2011 at 7:44 pm:
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    Yeah, that’s Dick Armey’s group. Isn’t Dick Armey the one who pushed for “comprehensive immigration reform?”

  9. Robert Kenyon said on 8 Aug 2011 at 9:21 pm:
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    You know what’s awesome?

    Marta Saltus (mamma grizzlie above) defriended and blocked me on Facebook over that blog post, and my support of Jeff. Kind of disappointing, I had looked forward after this primary to working with her to elect Ken Vaughn and other candidates we both like. How ’bout that?

  10. Nicki said on 10 Aug 2011 at 11:43 am:
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    Unsurprising, given this woman actually claimed I was ignorant and uneducated and advised me to go back to school, because I happen to agree with you.

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