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(Talking Points Memo)   According to Joe the Plumber, "White Democrats are the most racist people I've ever met"   (talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 334
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2013-10-26 03:16:48 PM
Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.
 
2013-10-26 03:16:51 PM
The irony is that black Democrats will one day realize the racism from their white handlers and, blacks will bite the hand that feeds them.

I'm sure this has already been mentioned but, wow, holy shiat racist statement
 
2013-10-26 03:20:38 PM
BUCHANAN: Well, I agree, I mean, I'll tell you why many African- Americans vote Democratic is because, you know, the federal government stopped, ended slavery, it ended segregation, it supported civil rights, supports affirmative action. But the Feds did that and they tend to believe in the federal government as a good, powerful positive institution, it's on our side. And Hannity and Buchanan and these guys are constantly knocking it, and that's why we are against them. So, that's an understandable position.

http://www.hannity.com/article/pat-buchanan-s-controversial-suicide- of -a-superpower/14486

/But I'm sure that Republicans will stop attacking the Federal government any day now.  Any day now. . .

See also:

"From Day One, Nixon and I talked about creating a new majority," Buchanan told me recently, sitting in the library of his Greek-revival house in McLean, Virginia, on a secluded lane bordering the fenced grounds of the Central Intelligence Agency. "What we talked about, basically, was shearing off huge segments of F.D.R.'s New Deal coalition, which L.B.J. had held together: Northern Catholic ethnics and Southern Protestant conservatives-what we called the Daley-Rizzo Democrats in the North and, frankly, the Wallace Democrats in the South." Buchanan grew up in Washington, D.C., among the first group-men like his father, an accountant and a father of nine, who had supported Roosevelt but also revered Joseph McCarthy. The Southerners were the kind of men whom Nixon whipped into a frenzy one night in the fall of 1966, at the Wade Hampton Hotel, in Columbia, South Carolina. Nixon, who was then a partner in a New York law firm, had travelled there with Buchanan on behalf of Republican congressional candidates. Buchanan recalls that the room was full of sweat, cigar smoke, and rage; the rhetoric, which was about patriotism and law and order, "burned the paint off the walls." As they left the hotel, Nixon said, "This is the future of this Party, right here in the South."

Nixon was coldly mixing and pouring volatile passions. Although he was careful to renounce the extreme fringe of Birchites and racists, his means to power eventually became the end. Buchanan gave me a copy of a seven-page confidential memorandum-"A little raw for today," he warned-that he had written for Nixon in 1971, under the heading "Dividing the Democrats." Drawn up with an acute understanding of the fragilities and fault lines in "the Old Roosevelt Coalition," it recommended that the White House "exacerbate the ideological division" between the Old and New Left by praising Democrats who supported any of Nixon's policies; highlight "the elitism and quasi-anti-Americanism of the National Democratic Party"; nominate for the Supreme Court a Southern strict constructionist who would divide Democrats regionally; use abortion and parochial-school aid to deepen the split between Catholics and social liberals; elicit white working-class support with tax relief and denunciations of welfare. Finally, the memo recommended exploiting racial tensions among Democrats. "Bumper stickers calling for black Presidential and especially Vice-Presidential candidates should be spread out in the ghettoes of the country," Buchanan wrote. "We should do what is within our power to have a black nominated for Number Two, at least at the Democratic National Convention." Such gambits, he added, could "cut the Democratic Party and country in half; my view is that we would have far the larger half."

http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2008/05/26/080526fa_fact_packer?cu r rentPage=all">http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2008/05/26/080526fa_ fact_packer?cur rentPage=all
 
2013-10-26 03:44:10 PM
Started reading the article for the lulz.

"...Democrat party..."

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2013-10-26 03:47:32 PM
At least conservatives aren't as openly racist as they used to be . . .

http://www.amren.com/news/2012/04/the-decline-of-national-review/
 
2013-10-26 03:48:04 PM

the_vegetarian_cannibal: TheJoe03: Well it is true that places like Boston and Philly are probably more racist than places like Dallas and Atlanta, but then again those are all Democratic cities. It does annoy me that people somehow think racism is relegated to only the south when that is far from true. That is of course not what this dummy is thinking but to me it is an important issue in the US. I feel some folks in the North and West use the South to deflect from their own racial problems at times.

Both the North and South have racism but they handle and express it in different ways. Having lived in both regions for many years, I can honestly say that the old adage, "Northern whites don't mind blacks being uppity as long as they don't live nearby, Southern whites don't mind blacks living nearby as long as they aren't uppity" really rings true.


Goes deeper than that. Southerners can never be sure who is being `uppity'.  All one can say with accuracy is that there was a whole lot of `miscegenation' going on for a very long time (that many Southern `women of color' moved North from the Jim Crow South as filing rape charges against white males, in many instances, was `problematic' - I'm sure there is a revisionist out there who will go on for 600 pages about how all that interbreeding during the slavery era was nothing but `love' matches'' (First Lady is a distant result of such).

Argument AGAINST enshrining the `one drop' rule in the South Carolina Constitution in 1895 (one drop of `Negro' blood makes one Black?):

"If the law is made as it now stands respectable families in Aiken, Barnwell, Colleton, and Orangeburg will be denied the right to intermarry among people with whom they are now associated and identified. At least one hundred families would be affected to my knowledge. They have sent good soldiers to the Confederate Army, and are now landowners and taxpayers. Those men served creditably, and it would be unjust and disgraceful to embarrass them in this way. It is a scientific fact that there is not one full-blooded Caucasian on the floor of this convention. Every member has in him a certain mixture of... colored blood. The pure-blooded white has needed and received a certain infusion of darker blood to give him readiness and purpose. It would be a cruel injustice and the source of endless litigation, of scandal, horror, feud, and bloodshed to undertake to annul or forbid marriage for a remote, perhaps obsolete trace of Negro blood. The doors would be open to scandal, malice, and greed; to statements on the witness stand that the father or grandfather or grandmother had said that A or B had Negro blood in their veins. Any man who is half a man would be ready to blow up half the world with dynamite to prevent or avenge attacks upon the honor of his mother in the legitimacy or purity of the blood of his father."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-drop_rule

/be proud of your heritage my Southern friends
 
2013-10-26 03:50:27 PM

QU!RK1019: Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.


It's only one of dozens of conspiracies he believes.  He's a gullible rube who will spend the rest of his sad life crapping his pants in fear of reality.  He's also a dick, so the appropriate response is mockery, not sympathy.

badhatharry: There is a definite increase in autism. Even after removing mercury from the vaccines it is still increasing. ... I think it is a mix of genetics and environment and maybe even vaccines.


badhatharry: I do think that alien beings have visited Earth in the past and may still visit. There are many sightings by credible witnesses, including airline pilots and scientists. There are many references throughout history of flying craft before 1900.


badhatharry: I have seen a ghost. You would believe in them if you saw one.

 
2013-10-26 03:53:46 PM

Precious Roy's Horse Dividers: I hate to agree with Joe in any way, but in my little corner of NEPA the local government is largely Democrats and this is the most racist area I have ever lived in. That said, Sam is a major league dickbag, and my experience is with local politics in Pennsyltucky and likely does not reflect the national landscape.



It's the same way here in most of Northern Ohio.  Though it's a lot more surreptitious up here than what I've experienced in the South.
 
2013-10-26 03:59:29 PM

Smeggy Smurf: He has a point.  How many Democrats believe that blacks cannot compete with whites on a level playing field?  It's all about affirmative action and quotas as though the color of your skin actually matter if you're capable of doing the job or not.  Soft racism of low expectations is still racism.


Much of the conservative propaganda of the 50s and 60s argued that the playing field should NEVER be level, and any attempt to make it so would lead to the Communization of America.

The Council and Weaver's belief was that making the society materialistic moved it 
toward Communism where racial, cultural, social, and moral differences disappear and there are 
only economic differences. Weaver stated that integration and "Communization" are closely 
synonymous words and ideas, with "the first being little more than a euphemism for the second." 
Weaver argued against social conformity, because he argued that when you integrate, you are 
close to "communizing" facilities. He attacked the liberal press for denying the "reality" that 
"Moscow is piping the tune; the American professoriate is beating time; and we are beginning to 
dance to it."175 Weaver provided three propositions of truth which the Council highlighted in 
bold print for its readers: "1) Integration is not an end in itself. 2) Forcible integration would 
ignore the truth that equals are not identicals. 3) In a free society, associations for educational, 
cultural, social, and business purposes have a right to protect their integrity against political 
fanaticism. The alternative to this is the destruction of free society and the replacement of its 
functions by government, which is the Marxist dream."176 

Integration was also considered to be un-Christian:

Manipulation is also demonstrated by a minister who attacked the devil terms posed by 
the opposition by telling how such terms were actually god terms. The minister backed up his 
position with one of the highest sources possible in defending a god term, Jesus Christ. The 
minister stated that Jesus himself demonstrated the "most complete and devastating 
discriminatory practices that can ever be exercised."86 Thus, the minister posed the point that if 
a person attacked discrimination, he is also attacking Jesus and the doctrines of the Christian 
church. Not only that, the minister bluntly stated that if anyone accepts the principle of 
integration then they "cease to be Christians."

/Yeah, it's been a long time, but too many generations were raised to believe this kind of stuff, and this mentality didn't just disappear in 1964.

http://ac-journal.org/journal/2008/Summer/5CitizensCouncil.pdf
 
2013-10-26 04:12:20 PM

jjorsett: TV's Vinnie: It's been FIVE GOD DAMN YEARS since this skinhead deadbeat got lucky in front of a news camera! How much longer must we put up with his sh*t?!

As long as the mere mention of his name continues to drive lefties over the edge, which, judging from what I'm seeing on this thread, is forever.


It drives "lefties" (and just about anyone with a functioning brain stem) "over the edge" because he's a vile, horrible excuse for a human being, and yet there are idiots clamoring around him to absorb every hideous word that comes tumbling out of that mouth of his.
 
2013-10-26 04:18:28 PM

chimp_ninja: QU!RK1019: Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.

It's only one of dozens of conspiracies he believes.  He's a gullible rube who will spend the rest of his sad life crapping his pants in fear of reality.  He's also a dick, so the appropriate response is mockery, not sympathy.

badhatharry: There is a definite increase in autism. Even after removing mercury from the vaccines it is still increasing. ... I think it is a mix of genetics and environment and maybe even vaccines.

badhatharry: I do think that alien beings have visited Earth in the past and may still visit. There are many sightings by credible witnesses, including airline pilots and scientists. There are many references throughout history of flying craft before 1900.

badhatharry: I have seen a ghost. You would believe in them if you saw one.


LOL ok, point taken.
 
2013-10-26 04:21:01 PM

chimp_ninja: QU!RK1019: Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.

It's only one of dozens of conspiracies he believes.  He's a gullible rube who will spend the rest of his sad life crapping his pants in fear of reality.  He's also a dick, so the appropriate response is mockery, not sympathy.

badhatharry: There is a definite increase in autism. Even after removing mercury from the vaccines it is still increasing. ... I think it is a mix of genetics and environment and maybe even vaccines.

badhatharry: I do think that alien beings have visited Earth in the past and may still visit. There are many sightings by credible witnesses, including airline pilots and scientists. There are many references throughout history of flying craft before 1900.

badhatharry: I have seen a ghost. You would believe in them if you saw one.


Oh no, I actually will lend credence to one of those.  There is a non-zero chance of intelligent alien life, so I'm not ruling out the possibility of UFOs.  Fark can judge me as they will.
 
2013-10-26 04:23:52 PM
Racism is a common human condition and effects almost everyone to some degree.  The reason I believe most unabashed racists are republicans is because 1)Republicans are more common and popular in states where slavery and racism made their last stand.  2) Between the only two major political parties the republican line is the one most compatible with a racist mentality.  3) A politician is unlikely to say or do something to upset a guaranteed voting block even when they might personally disagree with it(Remember Ron Paul's dodge on his newsletter?).  4)  The African American vote is by percentage an almost completely Democrat voting base, thus fomenting the bi-polar nature of the two parties on both sides.

My humble suggestions:

Limit political donations and require full disclosure of contributors.  Big money has a corrosive influence and allowing anonymous donations undermines accountability.  This will also level the field for candidates with smaller bankrolls.

Plurality with elimination  Open the voting booth up to more candidates and allow people to vote for them without the risk of simply wasting their vote.  More competition is better for the consumer right?  Let's let the free market decided who our choices will be instead of just two primary caucuses.


Racism has it's roots in human judgement however a great deal of it is reinforced by family upbringing and environment.  I firmly believe that racism will fade as generations of humans come and go.  My grandmother believed that African Americans should know their place.  My father showed no signs of racism at all, and I've had many friends and even a few girlfriends of varied ethnicity.  This process isn't occurring everywhere at the same time and the same pace but I do believe it is happening.  Society is changing, it's just that our old people aren't.  So as their influence wanes and the younger generation waxes politicians will eventually be encouraged to come along with them.  That said, I do expect to see radical racism become more extreme as it becomes more isolated in the meantime.  The question isn't about how or when racism would ever end for either party, but how much social and political influence it will be allowed to have.
 
2013-10-26 04:26:30 PM

sugardave: chimp_ninja: QU!RK1019: Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.

It's only one of dozens of conspiracies he believes.  He's a gullible rube who will spend the rest of his sad life crapping his pants in fear of reality.  He's also a dick, so the appropriate response is mockery, not sympathy.

badhatharry: There is a definite increase in autism. Even after removing mercury from the vaccines it is still increasing. ... I think it is a mix of genetics and environment and maybe even vaccines.

badhatharry: I do think that alien beings have visited Earth in the past and may still visit. There are many sightings by credible witnesses, including airline pilots and scientists. There are many references throughout history of flying craft before 1900.

badhatharry: I have seen a ghost. You would believe in them if you saw one.

Oh no, I actually will lend credence to one of those.  There is a non-zero chance of intelligent alien life, so I'm not ruling out the possibility of UFOs.  Fark can judge me as they will.


I've changed my opinion on autism somewhat. Cable tv might have something to do with it. I'm pretty sure SpongeBob Squarepants rots kids' brains. And I'm not a dick.
 
2013-10-26 04:38:50 PM

badhatharry: sugardave: chimp_ninja: QU!RK1019: Are y'all sure this "badhatharry is a birther" horse isn't dead enough?  Better keep beating it, just to be sure.

It's only one of dozens of conspiracies he believes.  He's a gullible rube who will spend the rest of his sad life crapping his pants in fear of reality.  He's also a dick, so the appropriate response is mockery, not sympathy.

badhatharry: There is a definite increase in autism. Even after removing mercury from the vaccines it is still increasing. ... I think it is a mix of genetics and environment and maybe even vaccines.

badhatharry: I do think that alien beings have visited Earth in the past and may still visit. There are many sightings by credible witnesses, including airline pilots and scientists. There are many references throughout history of flying craft before 1900.

badhatharry: I have seen a ghost. You would believe in them if you saw one.

Oh no, I actually will lend credence to one of those.  There is a non-zero chance of intelligent alien life, so I'm not ruling out the possibility of UFOs.  Fark can judge me as they will.

I've changed my opinion on autism somewhat. Cable tv might have something to do with it. I'm pretty sure SpongeBob Squarepants rots kids' brains. And I'm not a dick.


Uh.....let's go to the judges.
 
2013-10-26 05:49:12 PM
This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."
 
2013-10-26 06:12:32 PM

scottnance: This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."


global3.memecdn.com
 
2013-10-26 06:17:20 PM

blue_2501: Please quit calling this guy a plumber!


Let's go with "Joe the racist douche". It's much more fitting.
 
2013-10-26 06:25:58 PM

scottnance: This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."


I nominate you to be in charge of the GOP minority outreach committee.

/What could possibly go wrong?
 
2013-10-26 06:37:17 PM

HighOnCraic: scottnance: This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."

I nominate you to be in charge of the GOP minority outreach committee.

/What could possibly go wrong?


I'm hoping he's cut and pasting that from somewhere else to try to be funny/trollish.
 
2013-10-26 06:44:40 PM

scottnance: This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."


So... to sum up your view it appears that you think black Americans were picked and bred to be dumb and that's why they still have a slave mentality that makes them vote Dem in large numbers and because of that they are now utterly dependent on government largess as their new "master"?

Republican outreach, everyone!

This time it'll work for sure!
 
2013-10-26 06:45:52 PM

scottnance: This is the true cost of slavery.  For over a century the US sought out not just slaves, but particular types of slaves to work the plantations.  They needed strong slaves, not smart ones, or ambitious ones.  The slave had to be just smart enough to do the work but not so smart they'd realize they got dealt a really shiatty hand in life and then revolt.  This played out as a practical matter when smarter Africans began dominating and then selling their dumber brethren to white people.

To add insult to injury, we bred and conditioned the slaves to be non-people.  Their existence was an extension of their master.  Without a master, a slave had no purpose, no life, no reason to exist.  A slave was not his own person.

So we had a war about it, and when we were all finished half of the country let former slaves go about their business and the other half kept them repressed with shadowy laws that let them know they were still under someone's boot.  That persisted for a century, and in the 1960's the government stepped in and said "hey, you got a bad lot in life, come with me and I'll make sure you're taken care of."

What no one realized is that the kind-hearted government had just replaced a hard boot with a soft one.  No one taught the descendants of the former slaves that they didn't have to be an extension of a master.  Instead, they just created a new one:  the government.  It was win-win for a while, the slave mentality had a new master to swear fealty to and politicians had votes wrapped up for eternity.  But in the long run there's still that slave mentality, coursing just beneath the surface.  Even worse, that mentality is being hardened under the illusion of making men "more free."


Are you from the Jimmy the Greek School of Race Relations?
 
2013-10-26 07:12:20 PM
'white democrats'?

The important thing is he's found an umbrella label to use for these 'racists'.
 
2013-10-26 07:29:48 PM
images.wikia.com
 
2013-10-26 07:41:57 PM
Republican outreach:

"I'm going to be real honest with you. The Republican Party doesn't want black people to vote if they are going to vote 9-to-1 for Democrats."

http://thedailybanter.com/2013/06/tea-partier-admits-republicans-don t- want-african-americans-to-vote-no-sht/
 
2013-10-26 09:50:15 PM
Well technically he's right about Democrats being racist in the 60's, and to someone who was clueless about American politics (or living in an echo chamber) his line of thinking might actually make sense. Of course they completely miss the fact that the whole paradigm has less to do with Republican vs. Democrat and more to do with Conservative Vs. Progressives. Of course most people today get their information through some perverse game of Telephone so the end product is that you have howling masses accusing Progressives of slavery and the holocaust  while crediting Conservatives with Civil Rights and beating the Nazis.
 
2013-10-26 10:21:23 PM

HypnozombieX: Well technically he's right about Democrats being racist in the 60's, and to someone who was clueless about American politics (or living in an echo chamber) his line of thinking might actually make sense. Of course they completely miss the fact that the whole paradigm has less to do with Republican vs. Democrat and more to do with Conservative Vs. Progressives. Of course most people today get their information through some perverse game of Telephone so the end product is that you have howling masses accusing Progressives of slavery and the holocaust  while crediting Conservatives with Civil Rights and beating the Nazis.


That really only happens when your view is such that all good things flow from progressives and all bad things flow from conservatives.  That's not reality and never has been.
 
2013-10-26 11:12:17 PM

tbeatty: HypnozombieX: Well technically he's right about Democrats being racist in the 60's, and to someone who was clueless about American politics (or living in an echo chamber) his line of thinking might actually make sense. Of course they completely miss the fact that the whole paradigm has less to do with Republican vs. Democrat and more to do with Conservative Vs. Progressives. Of course most people today get their information through some perverse game of Telephone so the end product is that you have howling masses accusing Progressives of slavery and the holocaust  while crediting Conservatives with Civil Rights and beating the Nazis.

That really only happens when your view is such that all good things flow from progressives and all bad things flow from conservatives.  That's not reality and never has been.


Good and bad for whom?  I think you're talking out of your ass.
 
2013-10-27 12:45:11 AM
"Joe the Plumber": "White Democrats are the most racist people I've ever met."

"Joe the Plumber": "Wanting a white Republican president doesn't make you racist, it just makes you American."

Given that this waterhead's definition of "racist" seems "unskewed", I think I'm just gonna put him in the "not to be taken seriously, even as a plumber" file and move on.
 
2013-10-27 02:51:14 AM

ArcadianRefugee: "Joe the Plumber": "White Democrats are the most racist people I've ever met."

"Joe the Plumber": "Wanting a white Republican president doesn't make you racist, it just makes you American."

Given that this waterhead's definition of "racist" seems "unskewed", I think I'm just gonna put him in the "not to be taken seriously, even as a plumber" file and move on.


Yes, but don't you get it? Joe troll U! LOLOLOL!

You see Joe didn't say those things himself he just repeated some crap a black conservative race baiter said so it's totally not racist or pants-on-head retarded and you are the real racist for noticing!

My favorite part of this thing is that Jackson the cray cray guy shooped this little gem up after FLA Dem Alan Grayson said...

"There is overwhelming evidence that the Tea Party is the home of bigotry and discrimination in America today, just as the KKK was for an earlier generation," Grayson said. "If the shoe fits, wear it."

Fark all the lily-livered Dems who think Grayson's antics are over the top.

The left needs a few bulldogs to counter the LCD derp spewed by RW demagogues.

Just went over to FR to check how they are taking this.

Predictably they are all cheering Joe on for laying down simple historical facts on them dumb Libulardos.

That the Freeper folk apparently have absolutely no familiarity with American race relations post 1964 is small surprise to me. That Kevin Jackson seems to have skipped over that portion of America's history seems a trifle disingenuous. I mean he could be that ignorant I guess but the smart money is on him being just another lying grifter/ political opportunist like Joe.
 
2013-10-27 08:14:56 AM
Isn't it funny how the most racist among whites willfully forget that 1964 and the political shift that was the result of civil rights movement never happened.
 
2013-10-27 10:17:18 AM

Mugato: Why the fark is this person famous?


Why did someone link this stupid story?
 
2013-10-27 10:31:19 AM

Smeggy Smurf: He has a point.  How many Democrats believe that blacks cannot compete with whites on a level playing field?  It's all about affirmative action and quotas as though the color of your skin actually matter if you're capable of doing the job or not.  Soft racism of low expectations is still racism.


When has there ever been a level playing field?

Your profile says Idaho. I'm guessing that you have no personal experience with 'soft racism'.
Have you ever been pulled over by the police, denied a job, or given worse service because of your skin color?

Every black man has. Some of them on a daily basis.

People like you, who deny that racism is a problem, are why affirmative action is necessary.
 
2013-10-27 10:43:05 AM

tjfly: This is news because a liberal rag needs liberal outrage to sell ad space.

Liberals, congratulations for unwittingly participating in capitalism.

That is all.


Liberals invented capitalism.
And everything else.

Progress!
 
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