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Texas Hispanic Democrat Manuel Medina Calls The Tea Party "Terrorist"—In A Spanish Language Ad!
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November 03, 2014, 03:37 PM
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In a recent column, Allan Wall wrote Texas Gubernatorial Candidates Tell Americans One Thing—Spanish-Speakers Another,

This is a radical example of that, from Breitbart.com:

Spanish Ad by Bexar County Democrats Calls Tea Party 'Radical Terrorists'

By  Sarah Rumpf, November 2, 2014

AUSTIN, Texas — The Bexar County Democratic Party has launched a controversial Spanish-language ad during the final week before the November 4 elections, calling tea party Republicans "radical terrorists."

The ad begins showing the American and Mexican flags, with a male narrator saying in Spanish that the flags represent "friendship, liberty, opportunity, and justice," then showing a Gadsden flag with its famous "Don't Tread on Me" motto. The Gadsden flag, which the ad calls "muy peligrosa," or "very dangerous," was designed in 1775 during the American Revolution and has since been adopted as a symbol by various libertarian and tea party groups. The ad then proceeds to call tea party Republicans "radical terrorists" while showing images of militia members holding guns and wearing camouflage, threatening "our children and families with violence and firearms," urging viewers to "¡Voto Demócrata!"

The full text of the ad, in English:

"These two flags represent friendship, liberty, opportunity and justice. This flag is very dangerous. It is the flag of the Republicans of the Tea Party. They are radical terrorists who want to take matters into their own hands, affecting our children and families with violence and firearms on the border and in our cities. This Tuesday, November 4th, is the day of the election and it’s the only time we can make our voice count. For our common good, Vote Democrat!"
Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina admitted his organization was responsible for the ad, and claimed credit himself for creating it. Medina went even further in an interview with the San Antonio Express-News, saying, "The tea party is not a political party. They're a terrorist organization." The Express-News also reported that the ad was running on Univision, paid for by a $25,000 donation from personal injury attorney Thomas J. Henry.[More]
By the way, Breitbart spelled the name of lawyer Thomas Henry [Email him] wrong, I've corrected it.

I would suggest that supporting an illegal invasion, frequently by armed men, that results in many deaths in America every year is more like terrorism than opposing that invasion.

(Breitbart) - The Bexar County Democratic Party has launched a controversial Spanish-language ad during the final week before the November 4 elections, calling tea party Republicans “radical terrorists.”

The ad begins showing the American and Mexican flags, with a male narrator saying in Spanish that the flags represent “friendship, liberty, opportunity, and justice,” then showing a Gadsden flag with its famous “Don’t Tread on Me” motto. The Gadsden flag, which the ad calls “muy peligrosa,” or “very dangerous,” was designed in 1775 during the American Revolution and has since been adopted as a symbol by various libertarian and tea party groups. The ad then proceeds to call tea party Republicans “radical terrorists” while showing images of militia members holding guns and wearing camouflage, threatening “our children and families with violence and firearms,” urging viewers to “¡Voto Demócrata!”

- See more at: http://www.teaparty.org/spanish-language-ad-texas-democrats-calls-tea-party-radical-terrorists-65421/#sthash.KyBBFJzo.dpuf

The Bexar County Democratic Party has launched a controversial Spanish-language ad during the final week before the November 4 elections, calling tea party Republicans “radical terrorists.”

The ad begins showing the American and Mexican flags, with a male narrator saying in Spanish that the flags represent “friendship, liberty, opportunity, and justice,” then showing a Gadsden flag with its famous “Don’t Tread on Me” motto. The Gadsden flag, which the ad calls “muy peligrosa,” or “very dangerous,” was designed in 1775 during the American Revolution and has since been adopted as a symbol by various libertarian and tea party groups. The ad then proceeds to call tea party Republicans “radical terrorists” while showing images of militia members holding guns and wearing camouflage, threatening “our children and families with violence and firearms,” urging viewers to “¡Voto Demócrata!”

SPECIAL: Make Barack Hussein Obama pay for his crimes against America. How much are you willing to take before you stand up and do something? This is your opportunity to be a true Patriot. Support the Tea Party Constitution Fund.

The full text of the ad, in English:

“These two flags represent friendship, liberty, opportunity and justice. This flag is very dangerous. It is the flag of the Republicans of the Tea Party. They are radical terrorists who want to take matters into their own hands, affecting our children and families with violence and firearms on the border and in our cities. This Tuesday, November 4th, is the day of the election and it’s the only time we can make our voice count. For our common good, Vote Democrat!”
Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina admitted his organization was responsible for the ad, and claimed credit himself for creating it.

- See more at: http://www.teaparty.org/spanish-language-ad-texas-democrats-calls-tea-party-radical-terrorists-65421/#sthash.KyBBFJzo.dpuf

The Bexar County Democratic Party has launched a controversial Spanish-language ad during the final week before the November 4 elections, calling tea party Republicans “radical terrorists.”

The ad begins showing the American and Mexican flags, with a male narrator saying in Spanish that the flags represent “friendship, liberty, opportunity, and justice,” then showing a Gadsden flag with its famous “Don’t Tread on Me” motto. The Gadsden flag, which the ad calls “muy peligrosa,” or “very dangerous,” was designed in 1775 during the American Revolution and has since been adopted as a symbol by various libertarian and tea party groups. The ad then proceeds to call tea party Republicans “radical terrorists” while showing images of militia members holding guns and wearing camouflage, threatening “our children and families with violence and firearms,” urging viewers to “¡Voto Demócrata!”

SPECIAL: Make Barack Hussein Obama pay for his crimes against America. How much are you willing to take before you stand up and do something? This is your opportunity to be a true Patriot. Support the Tea Party Constitution Fund.

The full text of the ad, in English:

“These two flags represent friendship, liberty, opportunity and justice. This flag is very dangerous. It is the flag of the Republicans of the Tea Party. They are radical terrorists who want to take matters into their own hands, affecting our children and families with violence and firearms on the border and in our cities. This Tuesday, November 4th, is the day of the election and it’s the only time we can make our voice count. For our common good, Vote Democrat!”
Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina admitted his organization was responsible for the ad, and claimed credit himself for creating it.

- See more at: http://www.teaparty.org/spanish-language-ad-texas-democrats-calls-tea-party-radical-terrorists-65421/#sthash.KyBBFJzo.dpuf