SooperPodcast #70: A Very Sooper Christmas!!


This episode @SaintRPH and @DefendWallst help Soopermexican tackle some stories from the last two weeks, as we missed one week. There’s also a promise of a mextra drunken podcast this week!! And a new commercial!!

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11 Girly Things Huffpo Wishes Men Would Do To Emasculate Themselves

The emasculation of American men is a real problem, but as much as the liberal left would like to subvert the less fair, and more cave-mannish angels of our nature, nature finds a way.

That was, after all, the whole lesson of Jurassic Park, the movie, and I’m pretty sure the book as well, had I read the whole thing through instead of just watching the movie again.*

That’s why ridiculous lists like “11 ‘Girly’ Things Men Wish They Could Do Without Judgement” appear in liberal websites like the Huffington Post, I’m shocked and dismayed for three reasons. One, that women believe such tripe; two, that men act like there’s validity to such a list; and three, that women would actually want such things to be true.

There’s a few hints right off the bat that such a list is ludicrous and without any merit. Before you even read the damn article, I would like to direct your attention to the author – her name is Alanna Vagianos. Now, I’m sure I’ll be accused of gender stereotyping, but “Alanna” sure does sound like a woman’s name to me. So why is a woman writing a list about men’s desires?

If she knew anything about men, she’d know a list of men’s desires hardly needs to number beyond 2 or 3 things. I’ll leave those up to your imagination.

Here’s another hint – the article is posted in “Huffpo Women.” Now, I dare you to look through my body of work and find any list I might have written about “women’s desires.” Most men don’t dare try to navigate the labyrinthine corridors of the M.C. Escher fourth-dimensional chess game that God, in His infinite wisdom, decided to make the female mind into. And if we tried, we’d probably be derided and mocked for it, and rightfully so. And yet for some reason, Alanna thinks she can plunge the shallow depths of the masculine soul and pull out eleven “girly” desires.

Of course she does. Her LinkedIn page shows she just graduated from college months ago with a degree in “Social Policy in Women’s Issues.” I can’t think of anyone more suited to understand the male psyche than a rabid feminist right out of college.

Well anyway, let’s get to the list.

It was composed from her “favorites” from a comment thread on the question, “Guys of Reddit, what girly thing do you really want to do or try but it is socially unacceptable?

Now, she ignores the fact that many of the responses have to do with indiscriminate sex, or having drinks purchased for them, and goes for the most emasculating responses, of course.

1) Have more stylish clothing options

Since when has this been a major problem? I see men wear stylish stuff all the time, including dangerously extravagant colors and designs. Not my thing, but unless you’re really itching to wear a skirt and pearls, we have plenty of style options. I have a feeling this is an attempt to get us all in footie pajamas.

2) Be able to talk about other men being attractive

The closest I can come to understanding this is when thinking I’d like to emulate another man I find successful – this is different from attraction. And even then I don’t talk about it nor do I feel the need to talk to about it. And frankly, I’d feel weird if a friend brought it up. So, no thanks. We don’t need guys sitting around complimenting attractive men, beyond a high five after an awesome pass down the football field.

3) Order “girly” drinks

Again, what is the problem? I’ve ordered sweeter drinks and suffered the slings and arrows of mockery from other guys. Who cares? I’m not sure why men are afraid to order whatever they want.

4) Get treated to a spa day

This is so out of my sphere of desires, I don’t even know how to process it. If I want to relax, I watch football and drink too many beers. Men are made for utility and women for beauty – only one belongs at a spa. But Cory Booker is trying to change all that.

5) Carry a purse

I like to carry as little as possible at all times. I don’t need a bigger bag to hold stuff in. Now, despite Joe Rogan trying to bring back the fanny pack, I either carry nothing, or my business satchel. And that’s manly, dammit. And if it isn’t I’ll start carrying a bow and arrow quiver. And I won’t call it a quiver. Because that doesn’t sound masculine either.

6) Dance like no one’s watching

Again, alcohol makes all the difference. I’ve gone far along in life to embarrass myself on a dance floor at wedding receptions and had to hear about it from friends with memories less impaired than mine. Beyond that, I have no sober urge to twerk or to, “dance with my arms up, like in a girly way.” And I’m ok with that.

7) Wear makeup

Nope, not ever. The closest a man should come to make up is letting hot wing sauce linger on his face a little too long.

8) Get pampered by women

What the hell is this? “Chivalry and tradition teach young men they should buy meals and movie tickets, but many responded that they would like to be wined and dined once in awhile.” Apart from being cheap, no, it feels good and right to buy stuff for a woman. Someone actually said they want women to buy men flowers? What in God’s holy name would I want with flowers? Give them to my second girlfriend I hide from the first one who gave them to me? I’m confused.

9) Wear yoga pants

I have to think the guys who would dare suggest this are just hipsters who are tired of wearing tight skinny jeans because the cloth is too dense. Alanna quotes a guy saying they feel like kittens hugging your legs. I don’t think I’ve ever thought about how my legs felt ever in my life unless they were in intense pain. Who are these people?

10) Have fun with one’s children without being judged

Again, if you’re a real man you don’t care who judges you if you’re having fun with your kids. But there is a limit. Alanna cites a man who skips with his daughter while holding hands? This isn’t the Sound of Music, and you’re just conditioning your daughter to believe men should be unserious and silly, which sounds great when they’re young, but awful when she brings home a long-haired moon worshiping freak with a Ph.D in sixteen century Belgian lesbian studies whose only skill is playing the guitar. So stop the skipping.

11) Be able to show emotion without being labeled as gay or a “p*ssy.”

No. Men’s emotions are meant to be kept in and driven down into a deep dark hidden chamber in our steely souls until years of high blood pressure and stress drive us to an early death. A glorious death. A death deserving of real men. Also there are some emotions which are permissible to display – they are anger, ‘my football team made it to the play-offs’, and arousal. That’s it.

So that’s it. Resist the temptation, men. We are habituated by society to do what women tell us, but listen to your nature and instead do what you know is right. Be a man. Don’t help Alanna and Girly Huffpo try to redefine an equation for masculinity that has worked for at least five thousand years, and was designed by God to keep us happy and manly.

Otherwise you’ll end up like Pajama Boy.

*This is not true, I read it a few times and nearly every other Crichton novel as well. And I don’t care who knows it.

I Wish You A Sooper And Merry Christmas

As this year closes, I’d like to thank each and every one of you for reposting, retweeting, for liking, and reading my work, and listening to our podcasts. It really means a lot to me that so many join me in our struggle to save this amazing country. It’s been an incredible year – let’s make sure to make 2014 an even better one!

God bless you!



SooperPodcast #69! Obama’s Selfie And Other Idiocies

This episode @SaintRPH and @DefendWallst help Soopermexican discuss Obama’s Selfie debacle at the Mandela funeral.

I apologize for the delay in publishing this podcast!

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Salon Chastises Conservatives For Horning In On Liberals’ Politicization Of Newtown Tragedy

All of America sorrowfully looks back on this year anniversary of the horrifying attack at Newtown that took 26 precious little lives. Unfortunately, nothing escapes politicization anymore, including national tragedies.

All sides are guilty of this – years ago we would deny we were doing it, but now there are opinion pieces written shamelessly blaring out, “of course Newtown should be politicized.” Salon mag, as usual, stands out from the pack in being ridiculously hypocritical about their criticisms of conservatives.

In a post entitled, “Right-wing Twitter jumps on Arapahoe High School shooting,” Salon writers blithely ignore all the hatred spewed by the left, and post some “despicable” tweets from the conservative side of Twitter, all the while grasping their pearls in faux-disgust.

How dare Conservatives talk about gun control on the day that some crazed degenerate shoots innocent people? Don’t we know that only liberals are allowed to do that?

But not one of those “despicable” tweets has even a curse word in them – what they find so awful is that anyone would dare have a political opinion contrary to theirs.

Here are some non-partisan comments from their readers on Friday when the Arapahoe shooting story broke:

LARMARCH15: The only way we will be free of guns is for sensible people to refuse to procreate with anyone who owns a gun. That way the numbers of FAMILIES with guns will continue to decline.

DAVID-SMITH: Quite simply, I don’t believe that anyone — at least no one with sufficient intellectual capacity to convert oxygen to carbon dioxide — is actually stupid enough to fantasize that the promiscuous availability of more guns could conceivably result in fewer gun deaths. Like the other vacuous slogans of the rightwing media… it’s no more than an incoherent grunt of tribal affiliation, serving much the same purpose as when dogs sniff one another’s assholes to assure each other they’re no threat.

SOCIOLOGIST: WFT [sic]  is wrong with us?  It’s the unintended consequences of the founders including a constitutional amendment that allows everyone to have easy access to military weapons. 

LANGLEY PARK: Right wingers, don’t even bother with “It’s a mental health issue, not a gun issue”, bullcrap. We are helpless in the face of mental illness with a gun because of our freedoms and you know it.

Want to see more bilious politicization from the left? Read nearly any comment to a tweet by Salon about Arapahoe or Newtown.

In fact, when even the Obama administration was pausing to comment on the Newtown tragedy so as not to appear insensitive, the dolts at Salon went full metal gun-grabbing only 39 minutes after first posting about it:

And they were foaming at the mouth rabid to attack gun advocates on that day:

1:48 p.m. Salon tweets:

2:17 p.m.

2:20 p.m.

The next day:

Day after that:

Four days later:

Five days later:

I’m pretty sure I heard an editor at Salon stubbed his toe while dancing on the Newtown victims’ graves and blamed it on an assault weapon. Whatever you may think about where to draw the line on bringing politics into every event, it’s clear that the left is shamelessly hypocritical when attempting to criticize random Twitter users for a sin they commit with abandon.

Read Also: Nearly As Many Kids Are Killed By Televisions Tipping Over Than Were Killed At Newtown

Will Barack And Michelle Light A Candle For Each One Of These Victims Too?

Today on the anniversary of the Newtown massacre, Obama and Michelle lit 26 candles to maximize politicization of the event, and also to remember the victims. It took them about 2 minutes to do so.

If they decided to do the same for all the victims of abortion in one year, it would take them 53 days of non-stop candle-lighting, or 136 10-hour days.

Here’s the gruesome math:

For 2011, the last year accurate stats are available, there were 1,060,000 abortions in America. That’s 40,769.2 candle-lighting sessions of 2 minutes each, or 81,538.2 minutes. That’s 1,359 hours of straight lighting candles.

If Obama and Michelle worked 10 hours a day (hah!), it would take them 136 days.

This does not include all the golf vacations he would need to actually work.

UPDATE: Apparently there was a moment of silence for the Newtown victims at the White House as well. If there was just one minute of silence for every abortion victim per year, Obama would be silent all day, for more than two years. I’ll leave it to you to do the math.

Sooperpodcast #68: SooperGringo Comes Clean & Martin Bashir Quits

This episode @SaintRPH and @DefendWallst help Soopermexican come out as a gringo, now that a leftist website and a supposedly right wing amnesty group have questioned my mexculinity! Also we talk about Martin Bashir’s firing from MSNBC for his literally execrable comments about Sarah Palin.

You simply must listen, or you’re a racist!!!

The show airs first on 10pm on the FTR online radio network every Thursday at 10PM EST. Join us in the chat room!

By the way, the FTR version may contain more explicit language, but the iTunes podcast will be squeaky clean!! Also, the FTR version is limited to 56 minutes but the podcast version will often EXTEND to more insanity! Wow! For free!!


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‘What Starving Wages?’ America’s Fattest Union Members Protest Walmart Providing Jobs To Poor People

By popular request, here are all the photoshops I produced in a Twitter counter-protests against the fat union members who were using the ‘Black Friday’ anti-Walmart protest to try to spread the union virus that infects this country. I want to make clear that I am not making fun of fat people. I’m making fun of fat union members who pretend to be “starving” while they protest in their twinkie-stuffed XXXXXL pants. So there.

I had so many retweets, my photoshops were showing up at the official protest site! lol!

My Response To Liberal Accusations That I’m Not Mexican

As a Hispanic conservative, I often marvel at the bilious vitriol that the left reserves for those who would dare threaten one of their most dearly held religious dogmas: minorities are exclusive property of the Democratic party. Any who might transgress against this holy writ shall be excoriated and attacked. Verily, verily, I say unto thee.

That’s the greatest reason why I maintain my anonymity in my capacity as a political commentator, and that’s also why certain leftists find it irresistible to further attack me. Some even go so far as to accuse me of not actually being of Mexican descent, and demand evidence of my Mexculinity.

No, I’m serious, they do this.

So they basically demand that I show “them my papers.” My response can be summed up by the venerable old saying, “Badges?! We don’t need no stinking badges!”

One such attack has surfaced from the foetid depths of irrelevance from a Hispanic left-wing website. The hastily written and poorly argued screed betrays an obvious desperation for attention from a poorly visited site begging for the page views such a critique might generate.

I will address their accusation, as far can be determined from their incoherent and semi-literate scrawling.

Very early on as I began to voice my views as a conservative, some on the left would hurl more than insults. I received threats against my career and even a few on my life. This is typical of political debate in the age of online social media interaction. However, there are enough examples, rare as they may be, of such individuals making good on their threats.

For this reason, I began to batten down the hatches and protect my identity in order to spare my family from whatever deranged menace might coalesce into act.

I won’t apologize for this, and I will continue advocating anonymously. Those who choose to consider my political opinions can make their own decision to give credence to my opinion, or to dismiss it, much like all consumers of opinion do, every day.

I will probably continue to be targeted by liberals for what I do, much as they have done to conservatives who have chosen to divulge their identity. Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and others are routinely accused of not being “really Hispanic.” Actress Stacy Dash is routinely assaulted with vile racist taunts, while ironically having her racial identification as a black woman called into question. Conservative women are often barraged with sexist epithets, and told they’re not “really women.”

The pathetic accusation that I am not Mexican won’t stop if I drop my anonymity, because it doesn’t depend on any rational basis in reality. It is fueled entirely by a deep and bitter hatred against minorities of any kind who refuse to toe the liberal line.

In fact, the aforementioned liberal Latino blog site posted earlier last year a failed attempt at satire reporting Marco Rubio admitted to not being of any Latino descent, but revealing that he is a white guy from Kansas. A telling quote from that article describing Hispanic conservatives manifests their partisan pandering:

a small number of self-hating Latino Republicans (estimated to be about .0000000000007% of the US Latino population)

Clever, huh?

Lastly, I must point out that much of what I do has a Latino tinge to it, but has very little to do with my identity as an American of Mexican descent. I had a viral humor video with 1.5 million views, my humor graphics have gone viral on social media, I’ve produced original investigations that have led to national coverage, my stories have been quoted and cited on many national cable news and radio outlets.

However, the reason I do those things, my worldview, is essentially and intimately tied up with my upbringing in a Mexican home and a Hispanic community. I am grateful and proud of my heritage, and my experience as such forms the foundation of my political opinions. How I express myself politically has everything to do with my being an American who loves his country and wishes to support the institutions and traditions that made this nation great.

Can I continue in my fight with my conservative brothers and sisters regardless of their skin color?

I say emphatically, “Si Se Puede!”


Thanks to Weasel Zippers for covering the story!
SooperMexican Attacked By Website No One Reads
And Duane Lester:
Leftist Mexican Group Attacks Conservative with Homophobic Slurs, Wonders Why He’s Anonymous
And at the Daily Caller!
And Jeffrey Dunetz: When Liberal Latinos Attack!

Read The Ridiculous And Pathetic Attack On My Mexculinity From A Liberal Hispanic Website

So I was told that a liberal Hispanic website was going to attack me for being anonymous and claiming that I’m not really Mexican! LOL! This is clearly a sad ploy to try to get pageviews on their failing website. So don’t go there. Instead read it in its entirety here:

There used to be a time when a lot of the Rebeldes actually thought the anonymous Soopermexican was kind of cool. Hell, there was even a time when our group kind of respected the “SOOPer. MEXY. CONservative.” He/She was fun to engage on Twitter, even though we rarely agreed on issues, but when we did share similar views (Chimichanga-Gate, anyone?), it was actually kind of fun. You knew where you stood and we actually believed that Soop also thought that amplifying Latino ignorance was a noble thing to do.

Those fun times have changed and to be honest, we blocked Soop a while ago after we noticed that his/her views were getting more and more out there and that he/she basically spends a lot of time on Twitter just crapping and trolling on people. His/Her shtick was getting trite and the whole anonymous things was cowardly. You would think that such a self-proclaimed Internet celebrity would want to reveal his/her identity. Maybe add to your his/her credibility, but as we soon discovered, the Soop has become a caricature of his/her former brilliance, his/her role limited to being the symbolic “Mexican friend” so many so-called conservatives want to have around. Meh.

And now he/she is getting notoriety, having been published with his/her anonymous byline in outlets such as Fox News Latino and Independent Journal Review. Both outlets seem to have no problem allowing an anonymous person to write for them. You would think that those types of outlets would actually have the integrity to at least be transparent about his/her identity. We did reach out to FNL to see what they would say, but as of this post getting published, FNL hasn’t gotten back to us. (And before you go ahead and jump on us for writing a byline under Rebeldes, read more about us since we are pretty transparent in what we write and how we are formed, unlike Soop.)

Problem is, for several Latino conservatives, Soop is just a bully who hides behind a mask. Literally.

National outlets let him/her bask in his/her anonymity, while at the same time he/she just trolls like mad to “prove” to non-Latinos that some Latinos are just fake and can’t be trusted. As a result, such non-Latinos choose to believe in an anonymous faceless profile because hey, that anonymous profile is Mexican and he/she is wearing a Lucha Libre mask, so he/she must be real. They will defend him like giddy teenagers at a One Direction concert. And like he/she says on his/her Facebook page: “A place for the Gringo Army to rest, take a swig of tequila, have a taco, and relax before we go off to the next anti-liberal mission.” The Gringo Army eats it up, even though they have clue who he/she is.

And that is the issue here: if a profile stays anonymous and is not sharing his/her identity, we are just left to wonder if Soop is even Mexican to begin with. Sure, we have met plenty of hardcore extreme Mexicans, but unlike Soop, we know these people’s names. Soop just wants to hide. Like a coward. With no… well, you know what he/she might be lacking.

Instead, it is just too easy for Soop to keep reveling in bullying. The latest involves his/her attacks on Cafe con Leche Republicans, a group we actually respect even though some of their positions don’t mesh with ours. Nonetheless, CCLR is made up of good people who are smart and are actually to achieve the impossible: get more Latinos to think Republican. They really try to engage the debate with the right intentions. It seems Soop is just in it to stick it to CCLR just because he/she can. Gotta keep the RINO flame going, prove to your Gringo Army that other Latino voices are deceptive. Here are just a few examples:

When we reached out to CCLR, this is what they told us (CCLR is assuming Soop is a guy, but we have no proof of that yet):

Cafe Con Leche Republicans fully supports the ‘big tent’ principle of great conservative leaders like Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, and George Bush. There are plenty of Republicans on both sides of the immigration debate with principled positions who debate the issue respectfully.

However, civil discourse requires civility. We blocked Soopermexican from our twitter feed as a result of his vulgar and increasingly bizarre tweets. Soopermexican’s mannerism and his mask seem a better fit for a WWF wrestling match. We support Soopermexican’s right of free speech, but his shrill and vulgar attacks on anyone who supports immigration reform are inconsistent with Reagan’s big tent philosophy, and his vulgarity and cyberbully antics are an embarrassment to all conservatives.

Soopermexican represents a disturbing trend that sadly, has taken hold in the Republican party: the lack of civil political discourse. Bloggers, radio show hosts, and even many elected officials have seen personal benefit in polarizing and demeaning anyone who disagrees with them, and creating conflict to generate attention for themselves. This lack of civility isn’t just directed to Democrats or liberals; as we have seen first hand, fellow Republicans are unfairly being labeled RINOS, and in our case, subjected to profane treatment. It may generate more readers for their blog or support for their personal political ambitions in the short term, but in the long run, it undermines the party and alienates average Americans who would vote Republican but are repulsed by their behavior. The best thing Soopermexican can do for the conservative movement is to stop calling himself “conservative.” Cyberbullying and bigotry are not conservative values.

But that is Soop and in fact, of all the things we have read about him/her and how he/she operates, this is perhaps the best reply we have ever seen:

What that dude said.

We were surprised to see that Soop never did respond to @dubhe0ne’s challenge in Spanish. A real Mexican would have done that, not matter his/her politics.

I will post a full response on Fox News Latino tomorrow, but, I’d like to point out one of the more blatantly stupid hypocrisies of the piece – they excoriate me for supposedly being uncivil, and then post vulgar and degenerate insults against me, saying they’re the best replies they’ve ever seen! LOL…

Pinches pendejos!