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(The Daily Beast)   Ted Cruz says that the Senate would be better if it was filled with "100 Jesse Helms". GOP minority outreach continues apace   (thedailybeast.com) divider line 124
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2013-09-12 04:19:30 PM

Cagey B: propasaurus: Something something Robert Byrd.

Someone will bring that up in all seriousness, I'm sure. Because continuing to be a racist dickbag until they put you in the ground is the same thing as changing your behavior and acknowleding your mistakes.


Hey, if George Wallace  deserves a pass for in his post assassination attempt years renouncing his former rhetoric, apologizing to those he hurt and trying to make amends by undergoing a race change and becoming a stand-up commedian, then I think we can give Byrd one too.
 
2013-09-12 04:20:26 PM
Jesse Helms was a fevered ego:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DX9T6A4lsk

(NSFW)

Keep up the crazy, Ted.  You just might get the GOP presidential nomination.  HEH-HEH!
 
2013-09-12 04:22:13 PM
Well if it did have 100 Jesse Helms in it, at least it would have 1 less Ted Cruz.
 
2013-09-12 04:24:11 PM

Pharque-it: Didn't Helms have a big dick?


Helms WAS a big dick.  And right now, as we post on FARK, Satan is proving to Jesse how inadequate Jesse is.
 
2013-09-12 04:27:52 PM
Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad. Step two is to make Ted Cruz their spokesman.
 
2013-09-12 04:28:14 PM

Cagey B: I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that this is merely your inability to recognize this strange thing known as an "apology", which comes from such alien, homo-Marxist concepts as "examining your own behavior" and "accepting that you can be wrong sometimes". Rather than something disingenuous like moving the goalposts after your idiotic response flops.


Well bless your heart.
 
2013-09-12 04:28:34 PM

Torgo_of_Manos: So back in about 1986 I had just started working as a waiter in a new
City Club in Charlotte.

One of my first shifts was a breakfast meeting that featured NC's senior senator, Jesse Helms...

As I was clearing plates and filling water, I walked past the head table and crop dusted the crap out of Mr. Helms.

It still is one of my proudest work moments.


You're an American Hero.
 
2013-09-12 04:34:10 PM
"The Negro cannot count forever on the kind of restraint that's thus far left him free to clog the streets, disrupt traffic, and interfere with other men's rights." (WRAL-TV commentary, 1963) - Helms

"Crime rates and irresponsibility among Negroes are a fact of life which must be faced." (New York Times, 2/8/81) -Helms

The country became a better place after he left office, North Carolina however is still a shiathole.
 
2013-09-12 04:39:47 PM
I grow more convinced every day that Cruz is nothing more than a giant piece of (fantastic) performance art.

/because if it isn't my brain will seriously want to flee this planet
 
2013-09-12 04:44:33 PM
Jesse Helms once said that NC didn't need a zoo, they just needed to put walls around Chapel Hill.
 
2013-09-12 04:47:26 PM
wait, it just occurred to me that Ted Cruz may be racist, i mean the kind of racist Helms was -the lighter shade of brown browns.
 
2013-09-12 04:47:31 PM
I feel sorry for all the pigs that were harvested so that guy's heart could keep function for an extra 15 years
 
2013-09-12 04:49:11 PM

zarberg: Jesse Helms once said that NC didn't need a zoo, they just needed to put walls around Chapel Hill.


You mean the University of Negroes and Communists?

/like Jesse Helms would have said 'Negroes'
 
2013-09-12 04:52:04 PM

Torgo_of_Manos: So back in about 1986 I had just started working as a waiter in a new
City Club in Charlotte.

One of my first shifts was a breakfast meeting that featured NC's senior senator, Jesse Helms...

As I was clearing plates and filling water, I walked past the head table and crop dusted the crap out of Mr. Helms.

It still is one of my proudest work moments.


Something new, every day, learned.
 
2013-09-12 05:07:24 PM

DamnYankees: What's interest about this is, as TFA says, Trent Lott's career basically ended for saying something similar. This Cruz quote is barely a blip and it won't cost him anything. The GOP seems to be getting MORE racist over time.


Non-racists have been purged. Racists have been recruited.
 
2013-09-12 05:07:57 PM

clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.


I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.
 
2013-09-12 05:08:05 PM

DamnYankees: What's interest about this is, as TFA says, Trent Lott's career basically ended for saying something similar. This Cruz quote is barely a blip and it won't cost him anything. The GOP seems to be getting MORE racist over time.


I don't agree, the statements are not similar. If Trent Lott had merely praised Strom Thurmond in general there would have been nothing objectionable about it. But Trent Lott specifically called out Strom Thurmond's 1948 Presidential campaign platform, which included segregation, as something which would have "avoided all these problems" --  the inescapable conclusion is that Trent Lott believed that America was better off with segregation.

Just saying you wish there were more Senators like Jesse Helms is fairly anodyne, no matter how much you personally dislike Helms or how reprehensibly Helms behaved while in the Senate.

(It *is* a stupid and tone-deaf statement by a member of a party struggling to cast off the reputation it gained by being represented by the likes of Jesse Helms...)
 
2013-09-12 05:08:09 PM

The RIchest Man in Babylon: I grow more convinced every day that Cruz is nothing more than a giant piece of (fantastic) performance art.

/because if it isn't my brain will seriously want to flee this planet


If you had no morals, you too could get rich off the Teatards.
 
2013-09-12 05:09:55 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: Cagey B: I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that this is merely your inability to recognize this strange thing known as an "apology", which comes from such alien, homo-Marxist concepts as "examining your own behavior" and "accepting that you can be wrong sometimes". Rather than something disingenuous like moving the goalposts after your idiotic response flops.

Well bless your heart.


That's Southern for "I got nothin'"
 
2013-09-12 05:15:26 PM

MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.


Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.
 
2013-09-12 05:17:04 PM

UrukHaiGuyz: How does any of that change the fact that Cruz is racist sh*tbag and pandering asshat while still being considered a darling of the Tea Party? What kind of point could you possibly be making?


well you see, one time a democrat said something and furthermore
 
2013-09-12 05:17:34 PM

DamnYankees: Liberals are still the real racists. You know, for noticing.


DamnYankees: What's interest about this is, as TFA says, Trent Lott's career basically ended for saying something similar. This Cruz quote is barely a blip and it won't cost him anything. The GOP seems to be getting MORE racist over time.


So do you, apparently.

/me too, lol
 
2013-09-12 05:19:53 PM

cameroncrazy1984: That's Southern for "I got nothin'"


Well, let's see.

Cagey B: From the wikis:

In 1997, Byrd told an interviewer he would encourage young people to become involved in politics but also: "Be sure you avoid the Ku Klux Klan. Don't get that albatross around your neck. Once you've made that mistake, you inhibit your operations in the political arena."


Then in 2001 he made the comment that I linked. But wait!

Cagey B: Byrd also said, in 2005, "I know now I was wrong. Intolerance had no place in America. I apologized a thousand times ... and I don't mind apologizing over and over again. I can't erase what happened."


He really meant it that time. Pinky swear and all.

You betcha, Pumpkin.
 
2013-09-12 05:21:49 PM

StopLurkListen: DamnYankees: What's interest about this is, as TFA says, Trent Lott's career basically ended for saying something similar. This Cruz quote is barely a blip and it won't cost him anything. The GOP seems to be getting MORE racist over time.

I don't agree, the statements are not similar. If Trent Lott had merely praised Strom Thurmond in general there would have been nothing objectionable about it. But Trent Lott specifically called out Strom Thurmond's 1948 Presidential campaign platform, which included segregation, as something which would have "avoided all these problems" --  the inescapable conclusion is that Trent Lott believed that America was better off with segregation.

Just saying you wish there were more Senators like Jesse Helms is fairly anodyne, no matter how much you personally dislike Helms or how reprehensibly Helms behaved while in the Senate.

(It *is* a stupid and tone-deaf statement by a member of a party struggling to cast off the reputation it gained by being represented by the likes of Jesse Helms...)


Isn't Cruz saying that the US would be much better off if we'd elected a Senate full of virulent racists who supported segregation also? I'm confused as to what the distinction is.
 
2013-09-12 05:24:59 PM
Which current Democratic senator recently said we needed 100 Robert Byrds in the senate?
 
2013-09-12 05:28:36 PM

UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.

Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.


The kind of racism you're insinuating is a total fabrication. You're deliberately being confrontational in support of a fantasy. That's called being disingenuous.

And yes, I am a credit to the State of Texas, but my heart will forever be with Louisiana, mon amour.
 
2013-09-12 05:31:43 PM

ecmoRandomNumbers: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

It's not your fault. There are lots of reasonable people who are just surrounded by assholes.

/Arizonan


Amen, Brother.

/Arizonan
 
2013-09-12 05:33:29 PM

Ring of Fire: Which current Democratic senator recently said we needed 100 Robert Byrds in the senate?


Even if they did, it wouldnt be at all the same thing. Byrd renounced his views and became a supporter of civil rights.
 
2013-09-12 05:35:56 PM

DamnYankees: StopLurkListen: DamnYankees: What's interest about this is, as TFA says, Trent Lott's career basically ended for saying something similar. This Cruz quote is barely a blip and it won't cost him anything. The GOP seems to be getting MORE racist over time.

I don't agree, the statements are not similar. If Trent Lott had merely praised Strom Thurmond in general there would have been nothing objectionable about it. But Trent Lott specifically called out Strom Thurmond's 1948 Presidential campaign platform, which included segregation, as something which would have "avoided all these problems" --  the inescapable conclusion is that Trent Lott believed that America was better off with segregation.

Just saying you wish there were more Senators like Jesse Helms is fairly anodyne, no matter how much you personally dislike Helms or how reprehensibly Helms behaved while in the Senate.

(It *is* a stupid and tone-deaf statement by a member of a party struggling to cast off the reputation it gained by being represented by the likes of Jesse Helms...)

Isn't Cruz saying that the US would be much better off if we'd elected a Senate full of virulent racists who supported segregation also? I'm confused as to what the distinction is.


It depends on what you think Jesse Helms' legacy is. Was he a virulent racist, a southern good ol' boy, an international diplomacy rube, a pro-business pol, a misogynist patriarch?  When you praise a person, it's up to you to decide what that person stand for. And Jesse Helms may be all, some, or partly any of those things. You can't assume everyone summarizes a person's legacy the same way you do. However, if you point out a specific thing that person did, then that narrows the subjectivity of it quite a lot.
 
2013-09-12 05:37:35 PM

MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.

Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.

The kind of racism you're insinuating is a total fabrication. You're deliberately being confrontational in support of a fantasy. That's called being disingenuous.

And yes, I am a credit to the State of Texas, but my heart will forever be with Louisiana, mon amour.


Please don't call me "my love", it's creepy. (did you mean mon ami?) And yes, Cruz is a xenophobic, immigrant-hating racist hypocrite. I'm not being disingenuous in the least. The Tea Party is the bastion of hate-mongering bigots and racists, and he is proudly marching at the head of that parade of derp.
 
2013-09-12 05:38:59 PM

StopLurkListen: It depends on what you think Jesse Helms' legacy is. Was he a virulent racist, a southern good ol' boy, an international diplomacy rube, a pro-business pol, a misogynist patriarch?  When you praise a person, it's up to you to decide what that person stand for. And Jesse Helms may be all, some, or partly any of those things. You can't assume everyone summarizes a person's legacy the same way you do. However, if you point out a specific thing that person did, then that narrows the subjectivity of it quite a lot.


This is a fair argument. I'm sort of assuming that Helms' legacy is being a hateful bigot; I wasn't aware there was much dispute over that. Perhaps there is, though I'd argue that if you (the generic "you", not you, StopLurkListen) don't think his legacy is being a bigot, it means you're being willfully ignorant of that side of him, which sort of makes you a bit prejudiced as well.

Again, to be clear, that last sentence wasn't about you specifically. Just a general statement about Helms' legacy and people's reactions to it.
 
2013-09-12 05:39:45 PM

James!: 100 corpses?


It would be an improvement.
 
2013-09-12 05:45:53 PM
But Cruz is wrong. The broad public has consistently voiced its opposition to the GOP's anti-government mania. In last year's elections, it didn't just reject Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan

Yeah, man they were a couple of black bloc anarchists. Dodged that bullet.
 
2013-09-12 05:46:25 PM

BunkoSquad: zarberg: Jesse Helms once said that NC didn't need a zoo, they just needed to put walls around Chapel Hill.

You mean the University of Negroes and Communists?

/like Jesse Helms would have said 'Negroes'


"Nigrhas", more likely.  No southern boy raised before the Civil Rights movement managed to call them "negroes" unless he was taking the piss.
 
2013-09-12 05:48:44 PM

SkinnyHead: Cagey B: n 1997, Byrd told an interviewer he would encourage young people to become involved in politics but also: "Be sure you avoid the Ku Klux Klan. Don't get that albatross around your neck. Once you've made that mistake, you inhibit your operations in the political arena." In his last autobiography, Byrd explained that he was a KKK member because he "was sorely afflicted with tunnel vision-a jejune and immature outlook-seeing only what I wanted to see because I thought the Klan could provide an outlet for my talents and ambitions."

Is that supposed to be some sort of an excuse?  Byrd became a leader in the KKK only to further his personal political ambitions?  He advises young people not to join the KKK because it will inhibit their ambitions in the political arena?  Sounds like someone who would sell his soul for personal ambition.

So this is the Robert Byrd that Hillary calls her mentor?  I guess that comes as no surprise.


Back in the day anyone who was everyone belonged to the KKK. I know that in Indiana for example for a time they held just about every elected position in the state. I think a Princess from Austria-Hungary went to Indy to give a talk about diversity and toletance just because of this.

My mother is from West Virginia and says it was the same thing there. Anyone of Helms' or Byrd's vintage in politics from certain areas of the country likely has a similar story.

After WWI bigotry was the order of the day. Germans had abandoned German here in the States and strengthened all the nativist movements that railed against any non-WASPs and WASPs who had too strong of an accent. The formal groups lost traction but their ideals formed the backbone of the McCarthy Era and the Red Scare. If you were different in any way you were a threat to society. After LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act the political machines based on nativism and bigotry were upended as backers for the most part switched parties. But there are a lot of people who quietly cling to "two seed creationism" and other racial identity ideologies in mainstream society and I assume it is just a matter of time until these groups rise again.
 
2013-09-12 05:49:40 PM

UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.

Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.

The kind of racism you're insinuating is a total fabrication. You're deliberately being confrontational in support of a fantasy. That's called being disingenuous.

And yes, I am a credit to the State of Texas, but my heart will forever be with Louisiana, mon amour.

Please don't call me "my love", it's creepy. (did you mean mon ami?) And yes, Cruz is a xenophobic, immigrant-hating racist hypocrite. I'm not being disingenuous in the least. The Tea Party is the bastion of hate-mongering bigots and racists, and he is proudly marching at the head of that parade of derp.


No, I definitely wasn't saying "my love" with you in mind. I stole that from Andrei Codrescu's book "New Orleans, Mon Amour". I should know better than to trust the spelling of a filthy gypsy.

Cruz is none of those things. If he were, then you could hyperlink some supporting documentation. If you can show me evidence of Cruz's xenophobia, then I'll apologize.
 
2013-09-12 05:50:23 PM

DamnYankees: Ring of Fire: Which current Democratic senator recently said we needed 100 Robert Byrds in the senate?

Even if they did, it wouldnt be at all the same thing. Byrd renounced his views and became a supporter of civil rights.


I'm aware I'm just wondering why there is so much talk about him in this thread. I guess republicans think that because a democrat was racist 60 years ago that is the same thing as a current US Senator wanting 100 racists in the senate.
 
2013-09-12 05:55:33 PM

Almost Everybody Poops: Torgo_of_Manos: So back in about 1986 I had just started working as a waiter in a new
City Club in Charlotte.

One of my first shifts was a breakfast meeting that featured NC's senior senator, Jesse Helms...

As I was clearing plates and filling water, I walked past the head table and crop dusted the crap out of Mr. Helms.

It still is one of my proudest work moments.

You're an American Hero.


Seconded. And I don't even know what he meant by "crop dusted".  Am assuming it was something unpleasant.
 
2013-09-12 06:00:14 PM

Dancin_In_Anson: cameroncrazy1984: That's Southern for "I got nothin'"

Well, let's see. Cagey B: From the wikis:

In 1997, Byrd told an interviewer he would encourage young people to become involved in politics but also: "Be sure you avoid the Ku Klux Klan. Don't get that albatross around your neck. Once you've made that mistake, you inhibit your operations in the political arena."

Then in 2001 he made the comment that I linked. But wait!

Cagey B: Byrd also said, in 2005, "I know now I was wrong. Intolerance had no place in America. I apologized a thousand times ... and I don't mind apologizing over and over again. I can't erase what happened."

He really meant it that time. Pinky swear and all.

You betcha, Pumpkin.



Try harder.
 
2013-09-12 06:00:54 PM

Mambo Bananapatch: Seconded. And I don't even know what he meant by "crop dusted".  Am assuming it was something unpleasant.


I'm assuming he means a drive-by farting.

Probably not this:

img2-2.timeinc.net
 
2013-09-12 06:02:36 PM

Mambo Bananapatch: Almost Everybody Poops: Torgo_of_Manos: So back in about 1986 I had just started working as a waiter in a new
City Club in Charlotte.

One of my first shifts was a breakfast meeting that featured NC's senior senator, Jesse Helms...

As I was clearing plates and filling water, I walked past the head table and crop dusted the crap out of Mr. Helms.

It still is one of my proudest work moments.

You're an American Hero.

Seconded. And I don't even know what he meant by "crop dusted".  Am assuming it was something unpleasant.


I'm guessing he means he dumped crumbs and junk from the tables he cleaned up in Helms' hair.
 
2013-09-12 06:07:52 PM

Geotpf: Mambo Bananapatch: Almost Everybody Poops: Torgo_of_Manos: So back in about 1986 I had just started working as a waiter in a new
City Club in Charlotte.

One of my first shifts was a breakfast meeting that featured NC's senior senator, Jesse Helms...

As I was clearing plates and filling water, I walked past the head table and crop dusted the crap out of Mr. Helms.

It still is one of my proudest work moments.

You're an American Hero.

Seconded. And I don't even know what he meant by "crop dusted".  Am assuming it was something unpleasant.

I'm guessing he means he dumped crumbs and junk from the tables he cleaned up in Helms' hair.



I thought he sneezed on him. Or jizzed.
 
2013-09-12 06:16:06 PM

MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.

Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.

The kind of racism you're insinuating is a total fabrication. You're deliberately being confrontational in support of a fantasy. That's called being disingenuous.

And yes, I am a credit to the State of Texas, but my heart will forever be with Louisiana, mon amour.

Please don't call me "my love", it's creepy. (did you mean mon ami?) And yes, Cruz is a xenophobic, immigrant-hating racist hypocrite. I'm not being disingenuous in the least. The Tea Party is the bastion of hate-mongering bigots and racists, and he is proudly marching at the head of that parade of derp.

No, I definitely wasn't saying "my love" with you in mind. I stole that from Andrei Codrescu's book "New Orleans, Mon Amour". I should know better than to trust the spelling of a filthy gypsy.

Cruz is none of those things. If he were, then you could hyperlink some supporting documentation. If you can show me evidence of Cruz's xenophobia, then I'll apologize.


http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2012/08/ted-cruz-texas-senate-conspi ra cy-theories

He's a gay bashing bigot who thinks "sharia law" is a big problem in the States and made a campaign ad about his successfully lobbying to execute an illegal immigrant in violation of international treaties. I'm amazed anyone takes him at all seriously.
 
2013-09-12 06:23:10 PM
If the Senate had 100 Jesse Helms', does that mean Cruz wouldn't actually be in the senate? Because that might make it worth it...
 
2013-09-12 06:26:37 PM
The mid-terms are more than a year away. There is no way an American is going to remember something that long.
 
2013-09-12 06:30:35 PM

UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: UrukHaiGuyz: MJMaloney187: clancifer: As a Texan, I sincerely apologize for sending such an asshole to Washington.  Again.

I like him. And I'm glad my vote negates yours.

Congrats on supporting an economically illiterate racist sh*tbag, I guess. You're a credit to the state.

The kind of racism you're insinuating is a total fabrication. You're deliberately being confrontational in support of a fantasy. That's called being disingenuous.

And yes, I am a credit to the State of Texas, but my heart will forever be with Louisiana, mon amour.

Please don't call me "my love", it's creepy. (did you mean mon ami?) And yes, Cruz is a xenophobic, immigrant-hating racist hypocrite. I'm not being disingenuous in the least. The Tea Party is the bastion of hate-mongering bigots and racists, and he is proudly marching at the head of that parade of derp.

No, I definitely wasn't saying "my love" with you in mind. I stole that from Andrei Codrescu's book "New Orleans, Mon Amour". I should know better than to trust the spelling of a filthy gypsy.

Cruz is none of those things. If he were, then you could hyperlink some supporting documentation. If you can show me evidence of Cruz's xenophobia, then I'll apologize.

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2012/08/ted-cruz-texas-senate-conspi ra cy-theories

He's a gay bashing bigot who thinks "sharia law" is a big problem in the States and made a campaign ad about his successfully lobbying to execute an illegal immigrant in violation of international treaties. I'm amazed anyone takes him at all seriously.


Wait a minute, folks...the grounds crew is coming out...they're, why yes the appear to making some adjustments to the uprights.  Well, this is unprecedented.  We'll see how this all works out, right after these messages.
 
2013-09-12 06:31:34 PM
I'm not sure what Byrd has to do with this thread. Did some liberal presidential candidate just say that the Senate would be better with 100 Robert Byrds? If it turns out Byrd was still racist when he died, does that mean the GOP is no longer packed with imbeciles?

Remember when I got caught stealing all those watches from Sears? Well, that's nothing because Robert Byrd was racist! And remember when I let that escaped lunatic in the house because he was dressed like Santa Claus? Well, Robert Byrd was racist!"

Byrd's dead. The idea that mixing races is wrong is dying. And when that's gone, your party will be gone too Republicans. I know, you want your country back. And maybe in a Jacob's Ladder moment before you die, you will have it. Only for an instant, but on the plus side it's closer than you think. Blame your diet.
 
2013-09-12 06:35:33 PM
I am sincerely afraid that the stupids are winning.
 
2013-09-12 06:38:25 PM
If Jesse Helms had gotten his way, Rafael & his wingnuttier father would be harvesting sugar cane for Batista & Lansky's heirs.
 
2013-09-12 07:00:32 PM

Notabunny: The mid-terms are more than a year away. There is no way an American is going to remember something that long.


The internet never forgets.
 
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