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The Conservative Political Action Conference asks: “Are You Sick and Tired of Being Called a Racist and You Know You’re Not One?” [Ha] A racist answers, “. . why can’t we be more like Booker T. Washington Republicans? His famous statement that ‘Let’s be unified like a hand but separate like the fingers’?” Why not re-segregate society? Fair question. Good thing CPAC exists, how otherwise would America face these questions? The KKK were a spiffy bunch and the Model T was pretty cool, so why not?

But first, another puzzler: Why are conservatives the biggest cowards on Earth?

‘Trump the Race Card’ Panel at CPAC Marred by Segregationists
Rick Moran | Pajamas Media

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion — even when it is shockingly anachronistic.

Slavery isn’t wrong, mind you, it’s only out of date. Unfashionable this year. Racism is, well, musty. For the fuddy-duddy. Like a hoop skirt, or sarsaparilla. Look:

“. . when Douglass escaped from slavery, I think 10 years or 20 years after he escaped from slavery, he writes a letter to his former slave master and says ‘I forgive you. For all the things you did to me.’”

“For giving him shelter and food all those years?”

Very old school. Not technically wrong, per se. It’s all of a free country, and let’s not be too hard on this fellow.

Clearly, there were many conservatives present at the session who disapproved of the talk of segregation and Terry’s take on slavery. But it is equally clear that there is a small, but vocal subset on the right who hold obnoxiously outmoded and outdated views on race.

Which are not wrong, remember. Only “outmoded.” Like grammy’s Victrola.

Sorry, but this kind of tone-deafness on the part of some conservatives — along with the exploitation of scenes like this by Democrats — is why “outreach” to minorities is such a difficult task.

Not that “this kind” of thing is wrong. It’s “tone-deafness.” Like a bad song.

Blacks don’t hear talk of the GOP being the opportunity party, or the party that fights for inner city parents who support the idea of vouchers to send their kids to a school of their choice . . Whose fault is it that blacks and other minorities hear the Scott Terrys and Matthew Heimbachs and not the Smith brothers, or Tim Scott, or Alan West?

Why do they focus on racists like Scott Terry? Maybe because racism? Which is wrong?


CPAC argues over the ingratitude of slaves


CPAC’s “Trump the Race Card” confab.

I — it seems to like you’re reaching out to voters not gettin’ with the program you’re offering us at the expense of young white Southern males like myself — my demographic. Um, I studied literature, English literature ‘n stuff, and as I read about the past, I really came to love my people and my culture. And that — I know that’s anathema, I mean I know that’s bad to say. Yeah, so, so my question would be, I mean I feel like my people, my demographic, are being systematically disenfranchised. And furthermore — ya know — people like the lady over here in the red shirt applaud and say “Yay that’s good.” My problem is, why can’t we be more like Booker T. Washington Republicans? His famous statement that ‘Let’s be unified like a hand but separate like the fingers’?

The questions is, ‘Why can’t we be more unified by Booker T. Washington Republicans, versus Frederick Douglass?’ They call Booker T. Washington the second Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass was the originator. Okay? So when you study Douglass — Douglass was not –

How about about unity and diversity?

What about it?

Why can’t we . .? Why can’t we be . . ?

Douglass talked about that. Give you an example. Here’s an example — when Douglass escaped from slavery, I think 10 years or 20 years after he escaped from slavery, he writes a letter to his former slave master and says “I forgive you. For all the things you did to me.”

For giving him shelter and food all those years?

Think Progress:

After the exchange, Terry muttered under his breath, “why can’t we just have segregation?” noting the Constitution’s protections for freedom of association . .

When asked by ThinkProgress if he’d accept a society where African-Americans were permanently subservient to whites, he said “I’d be fine with that.” He also claimed that African-Americans “should be allowed to vote in Africa,” and that “all the Tea Parties” were concerned with the same racial problems that he was.

At one point, a woman challenged him on the Republican Party’s roots, to which Terry responded, “I didn’t know the legacy of the Republican Party included women correcting men in public.”

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Racist Volkswagen Super Bowl ad?


Here’s a preview. Not sure ‘racist’ fits the description. ‘Obnoxious’ is closer. Comments at VW’s YouTube page are positive, but that’s no surprise. The soundtrack is awful.


Mike Hayhurst, an actual racist rodeo clown

bigots, wingnuts

Conservative racism knows no bounds, and it never sleeps.

During the Creston Classic Rodeo on Saturday afternoon, [Mike] Hayhurst made a joke over the public address system about Michelle Obama that reportedly went like this: Playboy is offering Ann Romney $250,000 to pose in the magazine, and the White House is upset about it because National Geographic only offered Michelle Obama $50 to pose for them.

And it is wholly clueless. Given the children and women in attendance, you’d assume a clown would know better than to harangue the unsuspecting crowd with caveman politics. They’re only nibbling on candy or sipping cool Pepsis in the Summer heat, fer gosh sakes. But no:

Several people who attended the event emailed The Tribune and said they heard racist and offensive remarks during Saturday’s bull-riding event. For example, Gretchen Ross of Cayucos said she heard the rodeo clown compare a black bull to President Obama, asking what they have in common.

“Besides the obvious?” was the answer, Ross said. “A couple of good points and a lot of bull in between.”

She added: “My son and I were offended by that. I thought it was disrespectful to the audience.”

Ross and her husband, Michael Foster, also recalled a comment that referenced actress Lohan’s time behind bars, and said Hayhurst joked, “We need Obamacare like Nancy Pelosi needs a Halloween mask.”

Hayhurst is nothing more than what he appears to be. Instead of simply saying “Sorry,” he saw the controversy as a good time to flash his wingnut badge:

“Thanks to the Founders and defenders of our great nation, we are afforded our free speech rights . . “

Cram it, clownie.

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This means that Dan Riehl wants a hug

bigots, race

National Review’s John Derbyshire writes:

The mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites. The least intelligent ten percent of whites have IQs below 81; forty percent of blacks have IQs that low. Only one black in six is more intelligent than the average white; five whites out of six are more intelligent than the average black.

Eminent race-blogger Dan Riehl thinks, hmm. He comments:

…the left is always screaming racism, often even when it hasn’t been proven to exist – as in the recent case of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. Even the media falsely screamed it. So, along comes Derbyshire and, I don’t know, confesses it, on his part? And all the left can do is scream, get him! Silence him! He must be fired!! What does that solve? It’s as if the left wants it to appear as though America doesn’t still struggle with racial issues …

Let’s see: the left falsely allege ‘racism’ everywhere all the time. Like the way we’ve been calling Derbyshire a bigot for years. But now that John’s posted one of the foulest, most notorious racist screeds in internet history, Dan says the ball’s in our court. It’s time for the adults to come forward and . . settle down. Time for us to get a grip on our tongues. Better yet, if we’re really responsible, we’ll demand the National Review keep Derb on their august staff. Take that, racism.

Why? Here’s why: That way we acknowledge America has a race problem. See? Isn’t that better? And whenever the topic of racism comes up, we’ll be all proper and point at John Derbyshire. “See him? He’s a fucking racist. And he still has his job. America!”

Speaking of something, I recall that you and your buddy once spent the weekend drinking in an old hunting cabin. When a copperhead found its way into your sleeping bag, moonbat you, you killed it. You spent all Sunday saying the cabin didn’t have a snake problem. And then you spent a few minutes deep-frying snake’s nuts and doing the ‘No Snakes’ dance. Bastard.

And why is the left intent on only dealing with it by screaming and freaking out, when only a calmer, more sensible conversation over time is the only positive way in which to deal with it? It’s as if the left, not the right, is absolutely determined to ensure that racial division will always exist in America . .

Dan’s point seems to be that John needs a hug. The Grand Wizards pulling the eyes out of raccoons in the swamps, them too. Let’s go, front and center, let me lay some sugar on you assholes. This should work.

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John Derbyshire, mental illness and racism

*holes, bigots, race, yecch

Just came across John Derbyshire’s ultra-racist Trayvon riposte in Taki’s Magazine. This was surely inspired by so many black people talking publicly about themselves and their concerns. The tragedy has become too much for the National Review’s Dorkasaurus Rex to tolerate.

Derb reminds me a bit of my own Dad. He was an engineer. When I was 11, he gave me the talk about sex. It lasted ten minutes. It was the first time anyone read me a technical instruction manual, I guessed, from memory. At least it was in English, so that was nice.

There’s also a little bit of my sophomore year Berkeley roommate in Derb. He was 100% organic chemist, 100% of the time. I remember when my girlfriend came up from Santa Barbara to visit me, the roommate seemed impressed with her looks. The minute she stepped out of the room, he looked at me blankly and asked: “HAVE YOU MADE LOVE TO HER?” I tried to Scanners his fucking head, but he didn’t even blink.

What I’m trying to say: John carries on not only in combative and stupid fashion, but also with the sort of brain damage that renders him perfectly insulting. He and the similar cubes feel it’s a personal strength rather than a flaw people want to beat to death with clubs. John thinks he is the Excalibur that’s laid low the shallow premises and lazy thinking around him. He’s really an Asperger’s bully-hire the National Review trot out to headbutt liberals.

Women, for example. In September of 2009, he appeared on Alan Colmes’ radio show. This was his ‘political‘ argument . .

Alan: What is the case against female suffrage?

John: Well the conservative case against it is that, is that women lean hard to the left. They, uh, they want someone to, to nurture, they want someone to help raise their kids, and if men aren’t inclined to do it, which in the present days they’re not much, then they’d like the state to do it for them.

Got that? Again:

John: Among the hopes that I do not realistically nurse is the hope that female suffrage will be repealed.

You figure even the National Review might recognize Derb for the deeply disturbed man he is. But no, they just love him.

He is a shining example of conservatives’ calculated depravity. You have to assume someone so poorly mentally composed would stomp a toddler or start a tragic fire at some point. Today’s post comes close to doing it. Here Derb writes to warn ‘his’ kids in the same manner those tragic-glorious black people warn their own about America:

(10a) Avoid concentrations of blacks not all known to you personally.

(10b) Stay out of heavily black neighborhoods.

(10c) If planning a trip to a beach or amusement park at some date, find out whether it is likely to be swamped with blacks on that date (neglect of that one got me the closest I have ever gotten to death by gunshot).

(10d) Do not attend events likely to draw a lot of blacks.

(10e) If you are at some public event at which the number of blacks suddenly swells, leave as quickly as possible.

(10f) Do not settle in a district or municipality run by black politicians.

(10g) Before voting for a black politician, scrutinize his/her character much more carefully than you would a white.

(10h) Do not act the Good Samaritan to blacks in apparent distress, e.g., on the highway.

(10i) If accosted by a strange black in the street, smile and say something polite but keep moving . .

Derb will swear he is honest and he is brilliant. He’s just mentally ill.


Sean Hannity has this silly Trayvon thing figured out

fox, race, tragedy

Do you dig Sean Hannity’s hair? Is he the cutest devil, or what? Here comes a good clip. Hannity, millionaire journalist ink-pisser, knows better than to leave anything to the gods. Or the women. So he sends them winks and nods to corral them in the handsome direction of truth.

‘Trayvon Martin on TOP of George Zimmerman, POUNDING his head, BEATING his life, KNOTTING his soul. The shrieking WIND, the pitiless RAIN, THE BLOOD and THE SCARS PUKING NOW YOU TIFFANY GO . .

–I think . .


–Maybe it . .


–I don’t . .


The ladies eventually get hip to the game. Deneen Borrelli rips Eric Holder:

“With the New Black Panther Party in 2008, where was he then?”

In private practice at Covington & Burling. Brilliant. Tamara:

“President Obama is not going to because he has no cojones.”

Captured above, Tamara supporting her assertion. And this:

“The blacks are also making this more of a racial issue than it should be.”

The blacks. Those ones, yes. Yeehoo.

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RICH LOWRY much verklempt for negro americans

*holes, conservatives, tragedy

The Murders That Don’t Count
In America, the lives of young black people are cheap, unless they happen to fit the right agenda.
by Rich Lowry | National Review | March 30, 2012

Delric Miller IV died in a hail of bullets a month ago. When someone fired 37 AK-47 rounds into his Detroit home at 4:30 a.m., he was mortally wounded while dozing on the couch. He was nine months old. No one made the multicolored teething ring he got for Christmas or his toy hammer into a national symbol of random violence.

You mean the deaths of young black people.

Last year, Charinez Jefferson, 17, was shot and killed on a Chicago street. “She begged the shooter not to shoot her because she was pregnant,” a pastor explained. The alleged assailant, Timothy Jones, 18, shot her in the head, chest and back after seeing her walking with a rival gang member. New York Times columnist Charles Blow did not write a column about BLAAH BLAH.

Last June, a stray bullet from a confrontation on a Brighton Beach, N.Y., boardwalk killed 16-year-old Tysha Jones as she sat on a bench. A 19-year-old man, out for revenge after an earlier scuffle on the boardwalk, was charged in the shooting. Tysha’s heartbroken mother was not BLAH BLEH BLUH.

In January, 12-year-old Kade’jah Davis was shot and killed when, allegedly, 19-year-old Joshua Brown showed up at her Detroit house to demand the return of a cellphone from Davis’ mother. When Brown didn’t get the phone, he fired shots through the front door. No one held high-profile street protests to BLAAAAAH . .

Rich Lowry could yank his cock off his carapace. Same ole’ problem for the National Review: flailing empathy. Lowry becomes too focused fucking excited, and then his POW boiling essence spackles a computer box. Thankfully, tony assclowns don’t even care for the Tyshas or Kade’jahs, so he’s fine. Say ‘HI’ to someone we both know, k’bye.

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Mona Charen: The media are glorifying this one lone dead black male

media, shorter, tragedy, wingnuts

Pictured (l to r): sober media, drunken public

Shorter Mona Charen, National Review:

“Rahm Emanuel. The Duke Lacrosse thing was about a ghetto hooker. The Matthew Shepard thing was about a drug deal. Several young black males died February twenty-sixth. One got shot by a white guy. Journalism.”

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Gina Miller: Trayvon Martin came from a sub-culture

bigots, race, tragedy, wingnuts

Pictured (l to r): elegant & eloquent, ugly & unintelligible

Shorter Gina Miller, Renew America:

It’s no surprise somebody shot Trayvon Martin. Black people have become a sub-culture that glorifies incoherent music, anti-social behavior, despicable dress, and even its own unintelligible speech.

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George Zimmerman’s father isn’t telling the truth

I doubt that, race, tragedy

I’m not interested in playing detective and constructing a detailed picture of what really happened a month ago when George Zimmerman confronted and killed Trayvon Martin. There’s no way to know for sure, so I won’t bother.

But given the nation’s interest in the event, the accounts of friends, family and eyewitnesses play key roles in the perception of the tragedy. And after seeing the interview Zimmerman’s father Robert did with Orlando’s Fox 35, I can say this: this guy is full of it. I don’t believe a word he says.

The falsehoods started long before yesterday. In his letter to the Sanford community, Robert Zimmemran stated “At no time did George follow or confront Mr. Martin . .” But the released police tapes directly contradicted the assertion.

“Are you following him?” the dispatcher asked.

[George] Zimmerman replied: “Yep.”

“Okay, we don’t need you to do that,” the dispatcher warned.

In the interview, Robert offered a more detailed and ludicrous account of the tragedy.

[1:50] “He lost sight of the individual, he continued to walk down the same sidewalk to the next street, so he could get an address for the police. He went to the next street, realized where he was and was walking back to his vehicle. It’s my understanding, at that point, Trayvon Martin walked up to him, asked him, ‘Do you have a fucking problem?’ George said, ‘No, I don’t have a problem,’ and started to reach for his cell phone.”

So this is Robert’s account: George lost sight of the kid, decided to merely get a street address, did so, and then turned to leave. It was then that Trayvon emerged from the shadows to confront George. This re-tells Robert’s earlier assertion, that George never pursued Trayvon.

It’s a lie. On the police tapes, you hear George’s exasperation at maybe losing sight of Trayvon:

After discussing his location with the dispatcher, Zimmerman exclaimed, “Shit, he’s running,” and the following sounds suggest he left his vehicle to run after Martin.

“Are you following him?” the dispatcher asked. Zimmerman replied: “Yep.”

It makes you think the father isn’t even interested in the truth. It sounds as if Robert hasn’t heard the 911 tapes and doesn’t care. If so, that’s absurd — no one is going to buy his account over what they can hear for themselves. Now, the confrontation:

“At that point, he was punched in the nose, his nose was broken and he was knocked to the concrete. Trayvon Martin got on top of him and just started beating him. In the face. In his nose, hitting his head on the concrete.”

This would be a violent, unprovoked attack. And a broken nose is a nasty, painful, often bloody injury. But here George is in the police station, just an hour or so later:

Where’s the blood? Where are the telltale signs of a broken nose, the black eyes? Where are the bruises and scrapes to the back of George’s head? They aren’t there. The video completely contradicts Robert’s version of the confrontation.

Last, and this is the worst:

“After nearly a minute of being beaten, George was trying to get his head off the concrete, trying to move with Trayvon on him, in the grass. In doing so, his firearm was shown. Trayvon Martin said something to the effect of, ‘You’re going to die now,’ or ‘You’re going to die tonight’ or something to that effect . .”

That is pathetic. No young man in a blind violent rage sees a gun on the guy he’s furiously beating and does nothing about it. Except in Robert’s B-movie world. There, the teen is inspired by seeing George’s 9mm to say ‘You’re going to die now.’ Followed, we assume, by ‘Wait, are you pulling your gun out?’ And ‘Holy smokes, you’re shooting me to death.’ Only a fool would buy this crap.

Shockingly, Robert’s professional background is in the law. Of all things, he’s a judge. He’s apparently hoping he can foist preposterous hearsay upon us and save his boy. If so, he must have been a real sucker behind the bench. Robert is by far the least credible person who’s offered an account of that terrible night.


Texas university cartoonist speaks out on Trayvon Martin with typical racism

bigots, it's texas, tragedy

Say, how does Texas feel about the Trayvon Martin tragedy? I have no idea. Seems like they’ve been awfully quiet. Everybody’s probably deep in thought — yeah, that must be it. Maybe we should ask somebody? We should probably ask.

Around the University of Texas community, the hunger for news gets fed by The Daily Texan. Yesterday, their resident cartoonist, Stephanie Eisner, weighed in this way:

Well, there goes a mystifying melange of semiotics. Or, what? Using my sick forensic skills, I highlighted a few cryptic details you might have missed.

Here’s a rendering of the shooter:

And, if you squint, you can just see Martin:

Whew. Until now, America had absolutely no idea. I assume the investigative journalism arm of the Texan is a pack of bloodhounds. Racist yahoo bloodhounds.

ADD: Cartoonist Stephanie Eisner reacts to all the attention . .

“I apologize for what was in hindsight an ambiguous cartoon related to the Trayvon Martin shooting. I intended to contribute thoughtful commentary on the media coverage of the incident, however this goal fell flat. I would like to make it explicitly clear that I am not a racist, and that I am personally appalled by the killing of Trayvon Martin. I regret any pain the wording or message of my cartoon may have caused.”

See? She’s not some dirt-stupid Texas cracker with a pocket full of pencils and a Rickster-autographed map of “N*ggerhead Ranch.” She’s a thoughtful political satirist who only wanted to broaden the discourse by yelling “COLORED BOY!!” If you can’t understand that, everything’s on you. Speaking of broad commentary (yeehoo!), this is pretty sophisticated stuff:

The satirical K.O.: “Save ALL the tatas.” Pfft, who needs those? Eisner demonstrates impressive talents. Obvious “facillities.”

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