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attack of the wuss, race, tragedy

I try not to bitch about an idiot’s post more than once. But this Dennis Prager racial kumbaya in the National Review is such a howler:

Still the Least Racist Country in the World
by Dennis Prager | National Review

In light of the tragic killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin — and the manufactured hysteria surrounding it — one thing needs to be stated as clearly and as often as possible: The United States is the least racist and least xenophobic country in the world . .

As I said before, we are aware of all wingnut traditions. Trayvon is dead, and Derbyshire’s an unemployed National Review Klanspundit. And now the Review’s Robert Weissberg, American Renaissance racialist emeritus, has been shitcanned as well. Are we to pretend Prager wasn’t trotted out to cover butts?

It’s too bad Dennis the Handholder couldn’t have held his tongue. After the community harmonizing, he begins lashing the liberals and African Americans. One bunch are politically greedy, and the other are, well, stupid and defective:

The left-wing drumbeat about America as racist is a combination of politics and black memory.

The political aspect is this: The Democrats and the Left both recognize that if blacks cease viewing themselves as victims of racism, the Democratic party can no longer offer itself as black America’s savior.

Hey, Black People: who’s your savior? I’m going to gamble here that they would answer “no one.” Also, “fuck off.” If black folks have a problem, as usual, they take it on themselves. Mind you, yes, we all want friends, and we could all use a little understanding as we go about our lives. But the idea that black america are Penelope tied to the railroad tracks and white people are, what, Dudley Doo-Right? Dennis has barely begun to hurl the insults:

And if only one out of three black Americans ceases to regard to [sic] himself as a victim of racism, and votes accordingly, it will be very difficult for Democrats to win any national election.

Once A Black no longer wrongly, stupidly considers “himself . . a victim of racism,” he votes Republican. This is edifying. Unlike everybody else, blacks just don’t have ‘politics.’ They don’t know or care for issues, like the economy, or taxes, or healthcare. They’re just sort of . . there. And Republicanism is their default functional state, like breathing. Breathing with your mouth.

The other issue is black memory. Apparently, most blacks either cannot or refuse to believe that the vast majority of whites are no longer racists.

. . danger! Dennis Prager . .

Most Americans were hopeful that the election of a black president — thereby making America the first white society in history to choose a black leader — would finally put to rest the myth of a racist America. More than three years later it seems not to have accomplished a thing . .

And the nob gets twisted off. Like most Conservatives, Dennis thinks black people are wrong. Here he writes it’s because they cling to memories. Hey, somebody put the electrodes to this neuro-malady. Maybe that’s what these guys were trying to do, scare the memory-wits out of people?

But pushing Zimmerman and Derbyshire and Weissberg far aside, friends — why not! — one can see, if one squints, very VERY hard, little racism in America. One problem down, but scientists are stumped by this:

. . aliens hacking into Michigan road signs. Geez, that was three days ago, bitter elephants. If you just could loosen your grip on a few historical blunders, Dennis’ utopia awaits our melting pot. Look how close we are to it. We’re “the first white society in history to choose a black leader.”

Right. Any of you spit the coffee reading that? Dennis would write something so gawdawful Wonder Bread. He, like most National Review poltergeists, really does live in a “white society.” But surely he didn’t vote for Barack, so his argument’s pretty much a drug deal.

The gob-slapping comedy here comes when Dennis volunteers the rest of America for “white society.” Myself, I don’t live anywhere near one, I live in Los Angeles. Like San Diego, New Orleans, Miami, Detroit, or Atlanta, it’s full of people of all kinds. Like the 50 states where the first Americans, the Indians, still live. You get my point. Mr. Racehugs couldn’t even account for the colored asses he’s been kissing.

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Dennis Prager swears that Americans love Urkel and Balki

attack of the wuss, I doubt that, race, tragedy

I came across this sorry effort by Dennis Prager to shoehorn brotherhood sunshine up the asses of National Review readers. Like we don’t know what he’s doing. Roy Edroso will tell you, here, how rightbloggers were totally! right on! when NR’s John Derbyshire posted his kamikaze ‘black people’ screed. Now that Derb’s been canned, the adults at Review are sober, glum, taking of stock, re-orienting their horizons, and doing whatever it is geniuses do after one of them dons a monogrammed Klan robe at an Easter party.

Dennis has decided to bring some ‘hey buddies!’ to the gloomfest. He asks: Who’s the nicest, friendliest, race-lovin’est country in the history of all planets? Can you possibly guess? Silly . . it’s America!


In light of the tragic killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin — and the manufactured hysteria surrounding it — one thing needs to be stated as clearly and as often as possible: The United States is the least racist and least xenophobic country in the world. Foreigners of every race, ethnicity, and religion know this.

You see where Dennis is heading. This social ruckus isn’t about George Zimmerman hawking and then reflexively killing a black kid. Derb is no life-long racist who finally flashed us the Brit-cracker full monty. These clashes are merely media spats. And they disappear when you step back to view the proper landscape of America. You can’t spot such ‘racialist’ motes in the panorama that is the kindest, most trusting country that’s ever been.

Don’t believe me? Just listen to all the first-hand accounts of “Foreigners of every race, ethnicity, and religion” that Dennis interviews for the post. Do a little re-orienting of your own, libtards, in the faces of the frequently and heartily embraced huddled masses:

Black Africans know this. That is why so many seek to live in the United States. Decades ago, the number of black Africans who had immigrated . .

Rrright. Now watch:

Members of other races and nationalities know this. Even Muslim and Arab writers have noted that nowhere in the Arab or larger Muslim world does an Arab or any other Muslim have the individual rights . .

Just, hmm. Here they come:

And when any of these people come here, they are accepted as Americans the moment they identify as such. If someone — from anywhere, speaking any language . .

And one, now, from somewhere:

A third-generation Turkish-German, whose German is indistinguishable from the German spoken by an indigenous German, will still be regarded by most Germans as a Turk. The same holds true elsewhere in Europe . .

FROM SOMEWHERE . .

On the other hand, a first-generation Turkish American, who speaks English with a heavy Turkish accent, but who identifies as American, will be regarded . .

Dennis, a human? Please?

Xenophobic? It is probably fair to say that most Americans are xenophiles. Last week, in Tampa, I met a 40-year-old man who works at a cigar lounge and bar.

Whew! Finally, someone to speak to the snuggly immigrant experience. Do tell.

. . I commented on all the good-looking women who entered his establishment, and he told me that despite his low salary, that is precisely the reason he works there. They flock to him, he said.

“Why?” I asked.

“Because of my accent.” He was from Russia.

Suck it, bitches. And they do. So ends Dennis’ evidence for: America greatest furriner and black-lovin’ nation ever Jesus made.

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Gee, so sorry Obama, I’m just an American

attack of the wuss, race, weekend drive-by, wingnuts

Friday, March 12, 2010

Mark “American” On Your Census Forms
Posted by: Jillian Bandes at 3:33 PM

That’s the directive from Rush Limbaugh, who is making a valiant stand against race identification on the Census.


That’s right, fuck ‘em. Cuz’ if you’re dumb enough to tell them you’re White, they’ll come and take your shit, and then off it goes to the poow widdle minowities. I just don’t wike hawd wook, boo my fucking hoo.

You wanna talk long hours? Try conquering everything and everybody in the West. It took years, and a lot of Whites died, but it’s ours now.

So don’t you tell the government shit. They’ll take your Jeep Cherokee and give it back to the Cherokees, they’ll take your Remember Alamo Salsa and give it back to the Alamos. They’ll take your Bowie knife and give it back to David Bowie, and that border-town tranny hasn’t worked a day in his life.

You know what, Obama? You know what I am, you know what the truth is? You know what you’re just gonna have to deal with? Sorry, just too bad for you, too bad for all your little statistics monkeys and bean counters, gee, this just won’t fit so nice and pretty in your little special color cubbybins — sorry this little fact is way too big for your big government pigeonholes and now all the census taker pigeons will have to come home to roost.

You want to know what I am, I’ll tell you exactly what I am. I’m an American!

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James Dobson’s Family Research Council on stem cells: scientists soon to be ‘stalking’ black people

Jesus done want me for a SWAT team, SCIENCE

Human stem cell lines aren’t yet genetically diverse:

U-M Study Reveals Surprising Lack of Genetic Diversity in the Most Widely Used Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 16 / PRNewswire-USNewswire

The most widely used human embryonic stem cell lines lack genetic diversity, a finding that raises social justice questions that must be addressed to ensure that all sectors of society benefit from stem cell advances, according to a University of Michigan research team.

In the first published study of its kind, the U-M team analyzed 47 embryonic stem cell lines, including most of the lines commonly used by stem cell researchers. The scientists determined the genetic ancestry of each line and found that most were derived from donors of northern and western European ancestry…

stem cell documentary

“Embryonic stem cell research has the potential to change the future of medicine,” said Sean Morrison, director of the U-M Center for Stem Cell Biology and one of the study leaders. “But there’s a lack of diversity among today’s most commonly used human embryonic stem cell lines, which highlights an important social justice issue.”


The same old issue: even if you could grow a kidney from stem cells and then transplant it, it’d be best that it comes from a genetic background similar to the recipient. So when you’ve got a limited stem cell population, you’ve got a limited target population for ‘cures.’

The current stem cell populations were derived from embryos generated in in-vitro fertilization clinics. Those clients would be upper middle class westerners of white European ancestry, ergo the genetics problem.

It’s crucial that diverse lines are available for this research to ensure that all patients benefit from the results, Morrison said.

“If that’s not done, we run the risk of leaving certain groups in our society behind,” said Morrison, who is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator at U-M.


So what did Dobson’s FRC make of this science factoid and the call to diversify the stem cell pool?

It’s never enough with some of these people. Supposedly having at their disposal several hundred new hESC lines was satisfactory, plus the open-ended promise from President Obama of as many fertility-clinic embryos as they would like. But Michigan’s Sean Morrison . . .

“. . will also make it a priority to derive new embryonic stem cell lines from underrepresented groups, including African-Americans.”

So, apparently Prof. Morrison is going to be stalking minority couples at IVF clinics, targeting their embryos for his lab . . .

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Republicans, already unpopular (about 21% of Americans), consider making candidates jump through a ‘purity’ hoop

2012 campaign, politics of the politics, republicans

At a time when Americans self-identify as ‘Republicans’ less than at any time in the last 8 years, they want to squeeze candidates through ‘purity’ bottlenecks? This is a good idea? Will this help attract new, and especially rare non-white, folks to their ‘pure’ Republican candidates? Doesn’t sound like it.

G.O.P. Considers ‘Purity’ Resolution for Candidates
By ADAM NAGOURNEY

The battle among Republicans over what the party should stand for — and how much it should accommodate dissenting views on important issues — is probably going to move from the states to the Republican National Committee when it holds its winter meeting this January in Honolulu.

Republican leaders are circulating a resolution listing 10 positions Republican candidates should support to demonstrate that they “espouse conservative principles and public policies” that are in opposition to “Obama’s socialist agenda.” According to the resolution, any Republican candidate who broke with the party on three or more of these issues– in votes cast, public statements made or answering a questionnaire – would be penalized by being denied party funds or the party endorsement.

What do the proposed ‘purity’ vows look like? Here:

(1) We support smaller government, smaller national debt, lower deficits and lower taxes by opposing bills like Obama’s “stimulus” bill;

(2) We support market-based health care reform and oppose Obama-style government run health care;

(3) We support market-based energy reforms by opposing cap and trade legislation;

(4) We support workers’ right to secret ballot by opposing card check;

(5) We support legal immigration and assimilation into American society by opposing amnesty for illegal immigrants;

(6) We support victory in Iraq and Afghanistan by supporting military-recommended troop surges;

(7) We support containment of Iran and North Korea, particularly effective action to eliminate their nuclear weapons threat;

(8) We support retention of the Defense of Marriage Act;

(9) We support protecting the lives of vulnerable persons by opposing health care rationing and denial of health care and government funding of abortion; and

(10) We support the right to keep and bear arms by opposing government restrictions on gun ownership.


Not only is this a bad idea for a party that’s in danger of becoming marginalized, the list itself is a complete joke, the sort of thing that insiders write for insiders to read and then cheer about. Poorly written, poorly thought out and full of flimsy talking points, it’s easily made fun of…

1.) You’d oppose Obama’s well-known stimulus bill tax cuts? 237 fricking billion dollars? Are you guys lying, or just stupid?

2.) Healthcare reform radically increases marketplace competition, that’s one of its obvious mechanisms for driving down costs. That’s why it lowers the deficit–see your own #1.

4.) EFCA doesn’t get rid of secret balloting or change the mechanism by which secret balloting certifies a union. Period. I thought everybody knew that.

5.) A total non-sequitur. Rounding up illegal immigrants has nothing to do with supporting legal immigration. If all these poor folks could legally immigrate, they would.

6.) There are ‘military-recommended troop surges’ for Iraq? That’s what’ll get America to reverse course, hang on there for years and years and then ‘win’? Hello?

9.) Most ridiculous of all–do you know how many Americans die because they have no access to healthcare? It’s far past rationing, it’s full-blown denial, followed by death.


If I can trump this pathetic thing in a matter of a couple minutes, I doubt that it’ll score with centrists and outsiders who are notoriously slow to buy political pablum. And that’s whom the Republicans desperately need.


ADD: Keith Olbermann notes that this ‘purity test’ would have, in the past, excluded a bunch of half-asses like…Ronald Reagan:

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