Archive for the ‘racism’ tag
“Deceptive” doesn’t quite do justice to Ed Schultz’s scurrilously selective editing of a Rick Perry speech to claim that the Texas governor is– you’ll never guess– an Anti-Obama racist.
In related news, MSNBC: Does Racism Racist Or Does Racist Racism Racism?
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Most racist American racists remain racist over the racism, sinking into almost racist racism after racistly racism. Yet the racism of the racist racism of our racist country presents racism as a racist racial racism.
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We’ve racist this racist versus racist and moved to a racism where racism can racist racism racist. Racists were hoping we would racist racism. But this is racism that racists’ racism racism racism, and racists are racism racism.
The racist, who is racist, was asked to racism after racism of her racist a racial racism surfaced showing racists racially racism to racists because of racism.
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The Democrats are going to get beaten badly in November. Not just because the economy is ailing. And not just because Obama over-read his mandate in governing too far left. But because a comeuppance is due the arrogant elites whose undisguised contempt for the great unwashed prevents them from conceding a modicum of serious thought to those who dare oppose them.
You’ve heard the expression, “it’s funny because it’s true.” But that usually involves the revelation of a deeper, unspoken truth.
In this case, flimsy, cynical accusations of racism aren’t some kind of absurd comedic device, they are the unfortunate reality of anybody who has substantively disagreed with Barack Obama, championed border security, or expressed disapproval of the Ground Zero mosque. (To name just a few issues off the top of my head.)
“California Students Sent Home for Wearing U.S. Flags on Cinco de Mayo”
Administrators at a California high school sent five students home on Wednesday after they refused to remove their American flag T-shirts and bandannas — garments the school officials deemed “incendiary” on Cinco de Mayo.
So I guess the assumption goes unchallenged that America itself is offensive to Mexican-Americans. That’s awesome stuff, California.
“Field trip for black students sparks controversy at Ann Arbor elementary school”
An Ann Arbor elementary school principal used a letter home to parents tonight to defend a field trip for black students as part of his schoolâ€™s efforts to close the achievement gap between white and black students.
If the goal is to close the achievement gap between white and black students by denying something to the white students, wouldn’t it be easier just to send the white kids home one day a week?
H/T Mike B.