Saturday, February 04, 2006

Yes, It Is Possible To Be Black And A Racist

Ever notice how African-American political figures believe that everyone else is racist, but at the same time they spout the most vile, hateful speeches that send race relations years into the past? Case in point, NAACP chair Julian Bond [pictured]:
"The Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side,"

He referred to former Attorney General John Ashcroft as J. Edgar Ashcroft. He compared Bush's judicial nominees to the Taliban.

Characterizing Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her predecessor, Colin Powell, as "tokens."

This White House's lies are more serious than the lies of his predecessor's because Clinton's lies didn't kill people.
Shoot Mr. Bond [if that is your real name] isn't a racist. Hell no, he is speaking the truth and if what you say is the truth than it can't be racist [huge doses of sarcasm implied]. Of course, it goes without saying he had to attack Rice and Powell because they represent the first significant White House appoints of African Americans, and if left un-smeared would reflect badly on the "first black President" Clinton. Spare me.

When is etiquette going to return to the Democrats and liberals? When are they going to reign in the wingnuts that make bridging the political divide impossible?

Let me state this clearly so there is no misunderstanding...

Julian Bond is NO different than a member of the Klu Klux Klan. And I don't mean that as a compliment.

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