Category Archives: Racism
A win by the bad guys:
Austria’s Turkish community claimed a victory in its fight against Danish toy giant Lego yesterday after the firm agreed to withdraw a Star Wars toy set featuring a mosque-like building inhabited by an obese, hookah–smoking alien, following complaints that it was anti-Muslim.
Of course, the resell value of this Lego set just skyrocketed thanks to the cultural and racial hypersensitivity of those looking to be offended by anything and everything in the world.
And, by the way, McConnell is gay. From the WaPo A Democratic super PAC launched recently to oppose Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) reelection is under fire for tweeting about McConnell’s “Chinese” wife and suggesting that the senator is … Continue reading →
Do we, who expect adherence to the principles of our founding, expect too much from our leaders?
President Obama has met resistance to the suggestion of Susan Rice as his new Secretary of State and the Left has countered with claims of racism and gender discrimination, moves that are Obama’s first lines of defense and as predictable as the tides.
WaPo has run an editorial conspiratorially half-baked suggesting that Democratic opposition to Rice’s nomination are racially motivated:
Rice’s nomination, noted the Washington Post, garnered “the most negative votes cast against a nominee for that post in 180 years.” As the Senate debated her nomination, Senator Barbara Boxer charged that Rice “frightened the American people” into supporting the Iraq War; Senator Jim Jeffords accused her of being part of an effort to “distort information” in the service of “political objectives”; and Senator Pat Leahy, who voted in her favor, endorsed her by saying that her tenure as national-security adviser lacked “strong leadership, openness, and sound judgment.”
Oh, snap! Waitaminute…
Kim Kardashian and the classless base antics of her family are of little concern for most people with an IQ over two digits. However, she felt a measure of compassion for the Israelis and the barrage of rockets they are enduring from the gallant Palestinian homicidal maniacs. The same ones President Obama champions as righteous people, but it was this faint glimmer of humanity that brought out the base hatred of the Left, and Kim Kardashian was forced to realize the consequences of deviating from the party line.
She had the audacity to tweet:
Praying for everyone in Israel
Didn’t take long for the defenders of the freebie culture to race in defense of one Susan Rice:
CHRIS MATTHEWS: “it does seem that even if a person makes a mistake… they were given the wrong brief, and they offered up the brief….why is there this HOSTILITY to this young public servant who isn’t a politician even, she serves in the foreign affairs capacity….why are they treating her like she’s somebody to punch?”
CONGRESSMAN JAMES CLYBURN: “This young African American woman, I might say”
“I am not writing to you as a black voter, or a woman voter, or as a voter who is over 70 years old and six feet tall. I am writing to you as a representative of this great country — as an American,” she writes. “It is your job to vote. It is your responsibility, your right, and your privilege. You may be pretty or plain, heavy or thin, gay or straight, poor or rich.”
After stating that, what does she then go on and do?
This photo came to my attention on Facebook. It seems to be a legit Getty image photo and not a photoshop.
I am a hard boiled cynic who has precious little time for morons and fools, but I love to listen to a man with a message.
If you drive too many miles and listen to lots of radio personalities over a variety of formats, you realize, some are better speakers than others, some are intelligent, and some are inspirational. The first time I heard Bishop Jackson, I felt a tear roll down my cheek. For a former trapper and hunting guide, getting choked up over a few words is unusual; however, the Bishop Jackson is an unusual man.