On Cinco de Mayo, Nancy Pelosi draws inspiration from the Battle of Puebla to pass immigration reform

Cinco de Mayo is one of the least understood holidays, but if we poke around a bit in last year’s headlines, maybe we can put together a comprehensive definition.

MSNBC’s “Way Too Early” called it a Mexican heritage celebration while a sombrero-wearing producer danced in front of the camera while shaking maracas and swilling tequila straight from the bottle…

  • Hard Little Machine

    Nasty Pelnazi needs gardeners.

    • Clausewitz

      Beat me to it. I thought most of the migrant Mexicans had lost their jobs after the progressives in California have turned the Imperial Valley into a desert. Water for the Darter Guppies, but none for the farmers.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Someone’s forgetting that that “Imperial French Army” came in handy during someone’s Revolutionary War. Ingrate. ;-D

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    The historic day that the first Mexicans ran off a bill collector with violence, thereby starting a rich and vibrant tradition of not paying their bills, unless they have to, or are made to.
    Viva la Mexico!

  • mauser 98

    Nancy adopted any illegals yet?

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Do you include servants?

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Jay Leno described the significance of Cinco de Mayo as, if the French had won the battle, we not only would be flooded with illegal immigrants, but they would be rude too.

  • Bearspaw

    Is that Pelosi’s battle flag?