Appearing on Univision’s political talk show “Al Punto,” Obama henchman David Axelrod belted out a loud and proud ode to Hispanic groupthink.

I think it would be an insult to the Hispanic community to choose Senator Rubio if the thinks that that is somehow—if Governor Romney thinks that’s sort of a get-out-of-jail-free card for all of the things and the positions that he’s taken.

Marco Rubio’s mere existence is an insult to the Hispanic community, but assuming Hispanics will mindlessly toe the progressive line isn’t? Did Axelrod have to bite his tongue to keep from tossing out the beloved liberal slur “Uncle Tom”?

Axelrod can’t help but show his true colors, and those colors are getting closer and closer to Klan white.

Leftists like Axelrod cling bitterly to the belief that political identity is inextricably linked to racial or ethnic identity. They deny people their individuality, expecting them to march in lockstep with the Democrats. Just pick any identity-based group–women, gays, black, Hispanics–and you’ll find progressives treating those people as an ideological monolith.

Marco Rubio and other Hispanic Republicans are a threat to the liberal narrative. Their refusal to accept that ancestry or skin color should define their politics is a crushing blow to liberals, and for that they must be marginalized and punished.

More on the Democrats’ disdain for Latinos:

In February, Obama’s campaign manager mocked Latinos by repeating a line having to do with eating chimichangas. There was a furor among conservative Latinos, but of course the lapdog media gave it little coverage.

Harry Reid also chimed in to tell Marco Rubio to not forget he’s Hispanic, again trying to push the lie that amnesty for illegals is the only thing we care about.

Last month, a Democratic strategist was quoted as saying disdainfully that they were not worried about the Latino vote, since they had enough money, and could buy off the community.

Conservatives tore into Axelrod for his disgusting remark.