No Target Is Too Small

First, the media attacks Marco Rubio because of his parents’ immigration application, filed before he was born. Herman Cain was the next target, for putting his “flattened palm near his chin,” a universally recognized sexual gesture. Now, Slate informs us that Jon Huntsman doesn’t speak Chinese all that well, though the writer acknowledges that he nonetheless “sounds fluid and comfortable.” Next up: Gary Johnson rolled through a stop sign in 1995, and Rick Santorum has a habit of taking a penny, but not leaving a penny, at the 7-Eleven.

Rev. Jeremiah Wright was unavailable for comment.

Mark Krikorian — Mark Krikorian, a nationally recognized expert on immigration issues, has served as Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) since 1995.

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