“You Were All Here Before Us”: Joe Biden Takes Hispandering To New Lows

About 100 Hispanics, including military veterans and political activists, gathered at the vice president’s compound at the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. for the fiesta.

Joe Biden, the first part-time comedian elected to the U.S. vice-presidency, is at it again. Having manufactured a phony biography, insulted President Barack Obama and rewritten the teaching of his Roman Catholic Church on abortion, he has now rewritten the history of the United States. Guess who’s included out.

Speaking at the Naval Observatory to honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, Biden took Hispandering to new lows:  he told the group of Hispanics that they a greater claim to the North American continent than anyone else. [Biden to Latinos: You were here first, Politico, By Julie Mason, September 30, 2011]

Biden’s remarks are just the latest in his long line of gaffes that embarrass thinking people—except this one was an explicit racial abasement before “Hispanics” who believe they “were here” before the pale faces.

Said Biden: “You were all here before us.” “Us,” presumably, means Americans of European ancestry. Biden then talked about his Irish roots. “We come from a similar circumstance. It’s about family, it’s about faith and it’s about basic things”, he reportedly said incomprehensibly. The he blundered on:

“The contributions being made to this country by Hispanic Americans is well over 400 years old. We are acting like somehow it is brand new, but you know that America is much richer and more vibrant because of these contributions.”


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