Hispanic Society: Bill Richardson Owes Hispanics an Apology (Update: CHS’ Chris Salcedo talks with Andrea Tantaros)
May 6, 2013 - 9:47 am
The Conservative Hispanic Society released the following statement moments ago.
Governor Bill Richardson owes Latinos an apology
On ABC this weekend, former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson made a repugnant comment.
In a response to the question, “Do you think he (Senator Ted Cruz) represents most Hispanics with his politics?” Richardson said this:
“No, no. He’s anti-immigration. Almost every Hispanic in the country wants to see immigration reform. No, I don’t think he should be defined as a Hispanic. He’s a politician from Texas.”
The Conservative Hispanic Society condemns, in the strongest terms, Bill Richardson’s attempt to give the extreme left-wing the power to determine who should be defined as “Hispanic”. We’ve seen this pattern all-to-often from liberals. The NAACP, allows black conservatives to be savaged while propping up black leftists. Now, Richardson, a “loud-mouthed leftist Latino” is trying to muzzle a “liberty-loving Latino” like Senator Cruz.
CHS has a message for Governor Richardson:
“The ability to determine who is Hispanic and who isn’t, is beyond your pay-grade. If you’d attended Mass more often instead of worshiping at the altar of liberalism, you might get that. CHS demands an apology from the former governor.”
Update: CHS Executive Director Chris Salcedo talks about immigration, President Obama’s trip to Mexico and Bill Richardson’s comments with Andrea Tantaros.