I’m a little confused about something that happened during the debate last night. It occurred while panelist Juan Williams was asking the following question:

WILLIAMS: Governor Romney, your father was born in Mexico. You still have family there, yet you have taken the hardest line of anyone on this stage on immigration reform, including opposition to key parts of the DREAM Act, which is supported by 80 percent of Latinos in this country. Are you alienating Latino voters that Republicans will need to win the general election?

After Williams uttered the word “Mexico” the audience booed. Some people thought that the audience was booing the country, the mere mention of Mexico. But when I was watching it live I thought that the audience was booing Juan Williams for bringing up the Romney family’s Mexican roots. In other words, I interpreted it as the audience thinking it was a cheap shot.

Now, it’s an interesting thing that Mitt’s father was born in Mexico because he ran for president in 1968. I assume he was ineligible to be president because he was not a natural-born citizen, and his parents weren’t serving the country. They had fled the country so they could continue to have polygamous relationships. The only reason they came back was because there was a backlash against yanquis during the Mexican Revolution. So, Mitt Romney’s father was born in Mexico and therefore was a Mexican. I don’t know if he had proper immigration papers, but I doubt it since his parents weren’t exactly kosher with the federal government, if you know what I mean. Since George Romney was almost certainly an illegal Mexican immigrant, that means that Mitt Romney was an anchor baby.

No wonder he’s overcompensating by being the biggest jerk in the field about immigration issues.

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