What… ‘Beto’ O’Rourke isn’t even partially Latino?

The Democrat congressman from El Paso is seeking to upset Ted Cruz for his senate seat just a few short weeks from now.

Keep in mind that the Lone Star State is steeped in Mexican culture, and millions of Texians trace their lineage south of the Rio Grande.

So it goes without saying that having a Hispanic family tree goes quite a long way in Texas, even if one’s Latino lineage is just partial.

Lil’ Bobby’s MUG SHOT.
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The Martinez moment: America’s first Hispanic female president in the making

Call it God’s plan; call it the proper alignment of the stars; call it plain old dumb luck. But if there’s one thing point history has hammered home for millenia, it’s that the window of opportunity for greatness is often a very small window. Case in point would be Susana Martinez, as reported by The Washington Post on Mar. 7, 2014, and Fox News Latino on Mar. 6, 2014.

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