Thursday, November 03, 2011

Republicans attempt to play the race card. Okay that is just pathetic!

I think that about sums it up, don't you.

(H/T to The Obama Diary.)


  1. Anonymous2:47 AM

    Sorry, OT, but I thought you'd like this:

    I kinda miss Barry Goldwater.

  2. Anonymous2:50 AM

    The stoopid. It burns.

  3. Anonymous3:05 AM

    They hate President Obama because not only is he black, but he has the audacity to be more intelligent than any group of them put together! Remember they wanted a debate with him, televised. He answered every question put to him calmly and intelligently. He wiped the floor with them. On the way out one was heard to mutter "We never should have had this televised" He made them look like complete fools, with one hand tied behind his back!! All their "leaders" were there, I don't think they have forgiven him for that debacle yet. Cain isn't fit to shine our President's shoes.

  4. Anonymous3:14 AM

    Lakeland Fla. on your feedjit. Hi Sarah! See you reading a past post on Shailey Tripp and Toad lol.

  5. Anonymous3:28 AM

    Yup, sure does.

  6. Anonymous3:56 AM

    If Huckabee said this, he'd be RIDICULED!

    Do your anti -Huckabee arguments still stand (him as a man of religion I mean)

    Like I've said, Obama could skin live kittens or eat babies and people would either ignore those actions or make excuses.

    THAT is inexcusable media.

  7. Anonymous4:04 AM

    You know, it is getting to the point where I just can't watch the news anymore. People are starving in the street and we are still dickin around about skin color. Hate is an ugly thing, but I am finding it harder and harder everyday to NOT hate republicans. They certainly give us lots of good reasons, but there is just no reasoning with their mental state. It is becoming almost impossible to move forward in this country when we are trying to deal with the mentality of a bunch of two-year olds. I really fear another civil war in our future.

  8. Anonymous6:18 AM

    Like I've said, Obama could skin live kittens or eat babies and people would either ignore those actions or make excuses.

    THAT is inexcusable media.

    3:56 AM
    You're a retard. Nothing more needs to be said.

  9. Anonymous6:19 AM

    Republicans are racists who don't like black people. sarah palin made it okay for the extreme right wing nut jobs to openly state their hate for non-whites. She is the devil.

  10. Anonymous6:31 AM

    And the kicker?

    Can you even IMAGINE what kind of racist things Republicans say about CAIN behind closed doors?

    Another thing, what is racist about holding black candidates to the same standards white candidates are held to?

    Remember when the NYT created a firestorm by publishing the story about McCain's shady relationship with lobbyist Vicki Iseman?

    Not to mention of course the more recent Anthony Weiner "expose."

    Any time there is even a hint of sexual impropriety, the media is all over it like a dog with a bone (no pun intended).

    Herman Cain isn't special. His skin color is utterly irrelevant. It's the fact that he's a serial sexual harasser that's relevant.

    But one thing this controvery is doing is showing Republicans' true colors. (As if we didn't already know they were fucking hypocrites.)

  11. Anonymous6:39 AM

    Ann Coulter on Hannity:
    "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks,"

    Ann Coulter has joined the chorus of conservatives standing up for presidential candidate Herman Cain. Cain has been accused of sexually harassing multiple women in the 1990s, and the revelation threatens to derail his entire campaign.
    Coulter appeared with Sean Hannity on Fox News to say this: "Liberals detest, detest, detest conservative blacks," she said. "...This is now the second time a conservative black has had outrageous and what appear to be false allegations leveled against him."

    Coulter then went on to defend Cain based on race. She said that women were quick to overlook similar allegations against Bill Clinton, but not in the case of Herman Cain.

    "If you are a conservative black, they will believe the most horrible sexualized fantasies of these uptight white feminists," she said.

    "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks," Coulter went on to say, referring to the Democrats. "To become a black Republican, you don't just roll into it. You're not going with the flow...and that's why we have very impressive blacks in the Republican party."

  12. Anonymous6:45 AM

    Cain talks about sexual harassment claims in an exclusive interview with the wife of Clarence Thomas.

    In a bizarre twist, Herman Cain discussed the sexual harassment allegations leveled against him in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas. Thomas, of course, is the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who faced his own explosive sexual harassment scandal 20 years ago.

  13. Anne In DC6:46 AM

    This African-American finds it quite ironic that Rush Limbaugh and the other racists on the right have directed every possible racial insult against President Obama but defend Cain. They have accused people in our ethnic group of having voted for the president only because he's black. Now, they have rallied around Cain, another of their nutcases who happens to be black, and accusing Cain's critics as being racists. This is regardless of whether the criticisms have merit or of the critic's race. Cain actually helped to set this in motion when he called himself a "real black man" in comparison with Obama, and saying that the president had no part of the black experience. Their defending Cain is their transparent, and manifestly false, attempt to show they aren't racists. Actually, they like the kind of black who validates their warped views about the world and the people in it. This is what they have in Cain, who has no problem stating the kinds of insults about fellow blacks that they also believe but don't dare say in order to keep from being labeled as the racists we know they are.

  14. Anonymous7:04 AM

    That cartoon sure sums it up.

    Repubs are swirling around the flush bowl of life........and they think they're headed to victorious green abundant pastures.....hahahahahahahahahahaha!

  15. Anonymous7:09 AM

    Anon @ 3:56, did you even read the article you posted? It was Obama's spokesman, Mr. Carney, who made that little blunder you are trying to whup up into some kind of controversy. Do you DISAGREE that God or whatever power greater than YOURSELF might want us to improve the economy for all, or do we just sit around "trusting in God" while the less fortunate go homeless, unemployed and uninsured?

    If you're such a good follower of Christ, why are you a Republican? You sound more like a Pharisee. Look it up in your Book, Huckabeast.

  16. Anonymous8:18 AM

    Anon 3:56

    What are you high?? Obama wants congress to get to work on the jobs bill and stop dicking around with silly ideologue issues!! Mike H. wouldn't get ridiculed for saying that in that context. Your critical thinking is sorely lacking if you have to twist that statement by Obama into some kind of comparison to skinning live kittens.

  17. Anonymous9:07 AM

    How about the fact that their defense of Cain is a direct assault on females, yet again! People should apologize to Cain. BULLSHIT. He should apologize to the women he harassed.

  18. Anonymous6:47 PM

    Love the cartoon, it's so clear and concise.

    Ann Coulter, the lily white blonde woman with the adam's apple and Barry Manilow arms, proudly proclaims "Our blacks are better than their blacks". In what alternate universe? Our President had been in politics for the right reason, and President of the United States. One would think, by now, that something salacious would have been dug up by the GOP by now. THEIR Black, Herman Cain, the sock puppet, has been mired in a workplace sexual harrassment scandal, can't muster the courage to come clean, and his money keeps rolling in?

    And it disgusts me that racism, hatred, and divisiveness are issues we're still addressing. It disgusts me to type the words "Our Blacks" and "Their Blacks" in 2011, I thought we were beyond that.

    Anne in DC, Excellent Comment! Thank You!

    The Barry Goldwater photo and quote was great! Times were differnet, but it drives home the point quite succintly, and it's as relevant today as it was then.

  19. Anonymous7:09 PM

    Anonymous 3:56 a.m.

    Pull your head out of Huckabee's elbow(he's not in the race,too bad, how sad....get over it) and read the article again.

    "God helps those who help themselves" is a Tea Party rallying call attibuted to the Bible. Where was your outrage then?


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