So I’m doing show prep last night, and I’m seeing a bunch of stuff that we mentioned yesterday. And I think, here we go, classic examples, cutting edge of societal evolution. For example, I didn’t get to the audio yesterday, but I talked about it, Axelrod and what he said about Marco Rubio. That video played all night. I was shooting myself for not getting to the audio of it yesterday, but we did talk about it. This is Axelrod. Axelrod said, “I think it would be an insult to the Hispanic community to choose Senator Rubio if he thinks that that is somehow — if Governor Romney thinks that’s sort of a get-out-of-jail-free card for all of the things and the positions that he’s taken.”
The point that I made about this yesterday, and I’m gonna make it again, is that the Republicans can’t win for losing. The Democrats tell ’em they must reach out to the black community, must reach out to the Hispanic community. So then they float a rumor that Rubio might be the VP, and, “You can’t do that! Why, all that horrible stuff you’ve said about immigration and the Hispanics and the stuff that we know you mean. You hate minorities. You want a get-out-of-jail-free card for all this horrible, rotten… So they say it’s just a surface maneuver, not genuine, but what it really indicates is how those people think. It doesn’t indicate how Romney’s thinking. It indicates how Axelrod and the Democrats are thinking.