I mentioned this idiot yesterday in the Deep Purple story. Seems like the dope-smoking, 1960s hippie musician Carlos Santana thinks his music is only for those who ascribe to far-Left views (USA Today).
(Carlos) Santana caused a stir in Turner Field on an appropriate day to be talking about social issues.
Santana was on stage to receive Major League Baseball's Beacon of Change award. He took the microphone and said Arizona and the city of Atlanta should be "ashamed" for passing immigration bills, that have been criticized widely as racially motivated.
Santana was booed by some fans in Turner Field.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed Georgia House Bill 87 on Friday. It will allow law enforcement officers to check the immigration status of some suspects and requires employers to check the immigration status of new hires.
Santana spoke with the media in the press box during the Phillies-Braves game and said there should be a boycott in Georgia by Latin workers.So who's the real racist here? It's Carlos Santana. His attitude is like most of those in his rich neighborhood of Peacock Gap in Marin County, CA. To him and other open-borders liberals, Hispanics are only good enough to clean toilets, mow yards, and do the housework. That's what he implies by his comments. Too many RINOs (McLame, the Bushes, Lindesy Grahmnesty) also keep repeating that idiotic mantra "they do the jobs Americans won't do."
|"Che is dead for you, but not for me." Carlos Santana actually said that!|