George P. Bush Credits Dad, Uncle, and Grandpa With "Thoughtless Public Service" at Newport Beach Gala

This past Friday, the Hispanic 100--that group of lovable OC vendidos--held their annual gala at the Balboa Bay Club. I was supposed to go, but had a prior commitment, and it sucks because I was really looking forward to getting drunk with wabs who, unlike my progressive wab friends, have no qualms about enjoying life because they can actually afford to pay three figures for some extra-extra añejo tequila crushed by virgins from Los Altos de Jalisco.

And it sucks that I didn't go, because I missed a doozy of a family Freudian flub by George P. Bush, son of Jeb, nephew of George W., and grandson of George H.W., the brownie who was once pegged to save the GOP until that coño Marco Rubio came along.


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In his speech, Jorge waxed nostalgic about his youth, recalling how he lived a summer in the White House when H.W. was there, how he lived in the governor's mansion in Tallahassee with his daddy, and down the street from Dubya in Austin before his disastrous presidency. He cracked a joke about how grandma Barbara still "wears the pants in the family."

All of this was a lead-up to George P.'s point: that from this, he learned about "thoughtless public service."

Of course, he quickly corrected himself to "thoughtful." Damn! And here we thought a Bush finally said the truth!

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Gustavo Arellano
Gustavo Arellano

Ollie: HA! James: Nah, I only loathe pendejos such as yourself. Why do you read our paper again? Kevin: Not only is it a real picture, we ran it on our cover in 2004!

James Hall
James Hall

DAMN! so it's not exactly Whites that gustavo Loaths, It's Successful people of any race that this son of a cunt hates! somebody needs to break this democrats teeth.. if I ever see him around.. I may do the Honors..can't stand racist non Whites who go around accusing others of racism just because they have a good Life and a High salary.

1000Steps
1000Steps

This is like a Mad Libs version of every article from Gustavo.

Zakapu
Zakapu

I cannot speak for Mr. Arellano but I think he is NOT engaging in "Crab in the Pot" dialectics. Rather, he is referencing "The Master-Slave" dialectic from the famous passage of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit. Europeans colonized and made slaves or indentured servants of Africans and Native Americans. This practice continues today through the seemingly harmless economic modality called Capitalism. This "Master-Slave" dynamic has torn at and twirled the populations of Mexico since Cortez first convinced the Tlaxcalans to help the spaniards go against the Meshica (Aztecs). That some of us have gone over to the other side with the Republicans (albeit , usually temporarily) is not a case of dragging our brothers down, but rather our brothers joining in on the plan to keep us down. I am sure that if a Chicano/Mexican/Indigeno brother's financial success was gained by being a physician that served those communities or from a successfully run fruit orchard...Mr. Arellano would not have a problem supporting that person. But I believe he is criticizing not only how the money was obtained but also who the loans, political favors, legal favors and contributions (or lack thereof) were obtained and influenced by.

909Jeff
909Jeff

his disastrous presidency.

 

How so? 

dawolf
dawolf

¡Pinche Gustavo! 

 

A brown brother/homeboy/WAB/pocho can’t be successful without you calling him a “vendido.”  You just illustrated the "crabs in the pot" syndrome that hurts us so much as a people.  It also sounds like you’re a little green with envy of your more successful peers.

 

Mitchell_Young
Mitchell_Young

 @Zakapu The reason the Tlaxcalans allied with Cortez (later Marqués de la Valle de Oaxaca) was that the "Mexica" were warring on them,  killing them and eating them regularly. 

jamiepizza99
jamiepizza99

 @Zakapu I have always noticed that..People like gustavo is a democrats dream come true especially for white liberals who hate Whites that have more than them..  gustavo is doing nothing but keeping Hispanics down in the gutter..I notice he even gets mad at hispanics who succeed and move to a better neighborhood.. he is no different than al sharpton. . except al has way more money and gets air time..  but keep in mind,  it must be torturious for gustavo with his mindset to be in the OC..it's kind of like dumping Hitler off in israel.    eventually they will open the border..  people like gustavo and other chicano activist will hate it actually..it will backfire on them when they realize Mexicanos are very different then hispanics in America.  also Mexicanos Hate democrat thinkers and Mexicanos are well aware that zionest jews are a Huge Global problem.. something most democrats are unaware of.

GustavoArellano
GustavoArellano moderator editortopcommenter

 @909Jeff REALLY?! You like the multi-trillion-dollar debacle called the Iraq War?

Mitchell_Young
Mitchell_Young

 @jamiepizza99  @Zakapu "white liberals who hate Whites that have more than them"

 

White liberals hate whites that have more than them, less than them, and the same as them. They are just plain self-hating POS's. 

Zakapu
Zakapu

 @jamiepizza99 I don't know how you understood that I am at all agreeing with your sentiments Jamie? I like Gustavo Arellano and we hardly ever disagree. Hispanics don't exist. Its a fake category. As far as US born and Mexican born Mexicans....that is a false separation that has been used and fostered by those who want all Indigenous claims from Mexicans to self-destruct by pitting us against each other. We fight over, religion, white status, indian status, citizenship, state and regional rivalaries and now drug running rights. Myself and other seek to end such divisions. We are all Mexican and we are all tied to these lands through our mothers. You can't divide us any longer. Not with money, not with drugs, not with guns.

 

909Jeff
909Jeff

 @GustavoArellano

 Which was voted for by most of YOUR  members of congress... then after authorizing it they went on the attack criticizing it... we can also go into their lack of support and funding.... Did you know that Bill Clinton signed a resolution for a regime change in Iraq? The UN Security council had a similar resolution.   Someone with some cajones stepped up and did something about it

 

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Mitchell_Young
Mitchell_Young

 @Zakapu  @jamiepizza99 You know how long Mexico controlled -- if you can call it that -- California? 38 years tops. If you are like the overwhelming number of 'Latinos' (a word Klavito uses with regularity), you have absolutely no connection with pre-Anglo California. You are only here because your recent ancestors thought (correctly) that the country and society created by Yankees in California was more prosperous, and would afford them more opportunities.

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