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Thursday, October 13, 2005

Getting Tired of the Race Card

Farrakhan and Shabazz are still at it. Spouting off this ridiculousness about the US government blowing up the levees in New Orleans. Mr Shabazz is threatening to sue Sean Hannity for slander and defamation for telling people he said nasty things about Jews and 9/11, all of which Sean Hannity can prove he said since he has the whole thing on tape.

Why does anyone listen to these (expletive deleted) racist, anti-semitic (expletive deleted)s? These fools are symbolic of the sickness that has infected the left in America. It is people like these who are driving more and more people to the right, so for that I thank them, and attracting masses of equally bigoted and small-minded drones to their cause and giving them a public face and lobbyist voice, which is just plain sad. These fools are doing their best to polarize America along racial lines, which, as anyone who pays attention to world events knows, always leads to civil war and genocide. Look at the Balkan Nations, the Sudan, and Sierra Leonne as proof of this in the modern world, and any number of such divided nations throughout history.

Racial harmony is important, as is cultural harmony and tolerance. It is one thing to fight against the wrongdoings of people, it is another to fight race wars. Conservatives fight against wrongdoing. Wack-jobs like these two (expletive deleted)s want to incite a race war. Just listen to the rhetoric.

4 Comments:

  • Agreed. I don't know too many 'regular' liberals (by which I mean not the 'fringe' left) who would give Farrakhan and his nutty cohorts the time of day. Even we bleeding-heart loonies have to draw the line somewhere, and that's pretty much the line right there.

    By Blogger Alicia, at 9:05 PM  

  • Great post! Calypso Louie is somewhat entertaining, I just can't believe that people actually listen to him!

    By Blogger Nightcrawler, at 9:36 PM  

  • There are some really silly people on the far left. However, thinking that people like these increase the number of people who shift to the right ignores the opposite extreme.

    There are also some really silly people on the far right, like the aryan nation, groups like the westboro baptist church with their 'godhatesfags.com' web site, and people who bomb abortion clinics.

    There is no shortage of weirdos at either end of the political spectrum. I think it probably balances out.

    By Anonymous John, at 10:22 PM  

  • Holla!

    By Blogger Alicia, at 5:30 AM  

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