Mark Steyn & Elizabeth Warren
Mark Steyn (born December 8, 1959) is a Canadian-born writer, conservative-leaning political commentator, and cultural critic. Elizabeth Warren (born Elizabeth Herring; June 22, 1949) is an American bankruptcy law expert, policy advocate, Harvard Law School professor, and Democratic Party candidate in the 2012 United States Senate election in Massachusetts. /5
"She’s the whitest white since Frosty the Snowman fell in a vat of Wite-Out." ... Mark Steyn describing Elizabeth Warren's claim to be a "woman of color" '.
Mark Steyn takes the recent revelation about Obama's literary agent's claim of Kenyan birth, combines it with Elizabeth Warren's bogus claim of Native American ancestry, and does some brilliant open field running by tying both false identity examples to F. Scott Fitzgerald's complicated character, J...
"But [Elizabeth Warren] "self-identified" as Cherokee, so that makes her a "woman of color." Why, back in 1984 she submitted some of her favorite dishes to the "Pow Wow Chow" cookbook, a "compilation of recipes passed down through the Five Tribes families. The recipes from "Elizabeth Warren – Cherokee" include a crab dish with tomato mayonnaise. Mrs. Warren's fictional Cherokee ancestors in Oklahoma were renowned for their ability to spear the fast-moving Oklahoma crab. It's in the state song: "Ooklahoma! Where the crabs come sweepin' down the plain." But then the white man came, and now the Oklahoma crab is extinct, and at the Cherokee clambakes they have to make do with Mrs. Warren's traditional Five Tribes recipe for Cherokee Lime Pie." --Mark Steyn Read the whole thing:
The best part is about Elizabeth Warren
Finally, an explanation of the Birther lunacy that makes sense to me. Call it the Elizabeth Warren pattern.
This commentary on Obama, Elizabeth Warren, and Harvard is absolutely hilarious!
Entering these murky waters, swimming through it like a crab in Mrs. Warren's tomato mayo, Barack Obama refined his own identity with a finesse that Harvard Law's first cigar-store Indian lacked. In 1984, when "Elizabeth Warren – Cherokee" was cooking up a storm, the young Obama was still trying to figure out his name: He'd been "Barry" up till then. According to his recently discovered New York girlfriend, back when she dated him he was "BAR-ack," emphasis on the first syllable, as in barracks, which is how his dad was known back in Kenya. Later in the Eighties, he decided "BAR-ack" was too British, and modified it to "Ba-RACK". Some years ago, on Fox News, Bob Beckel criticized me for mispronouncing Barack Obama's name. My mistake.
Elizabeth Warren, "Fauxcahontas Crockagawea". Maybe the Racial/Ethnic category on employment applications, etc. should be changed from "Multi-racial" to "Whatever".
Mark Steyn writes on NRO: In my weekend column, I was inclined to give Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Law School’s sole tenured Native American, the benefit of the doubt that she was 1/32nd Cherokee. But it turns out I’m wrong. She’s 1/32nd Cherokee-forcible-remover: Not only is it unlikely that Elizabet...
Another great column by Mark Steyn: best part is how he connects Elizabeth Warren and George Zimmerman: "George Zimmerman, redneck; Elizabeth Warren, redskin. Under the Third Reich's Nuremberg Laws, Ms. Warren would have been classified as Aryan and Mr. Zimmerman as non-Aryan. Now it's the other way round. Progress!"
Mark Steyn: Fauxcahontas and the Melting Pot via Read it or weep: it's Steyn at his best
Mark Steyn: Fauxcahontas and the Melting Pot re: Elizabeth Warren. Really funny.
Rant of the Day - Mark Steyn: "Fauxcahontas and the Melting Pot" composite dates, Julia, and Elizabeth Warren
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