Raving Conservative


Wednesday, November 23, 2005

The Democrat’s Disgusting Double-Standard

State Sen. Lisa A. Gladden, a black Baltimore Democrat, said she does not expect her party to pull any punches, including racial jabs at Mr. Steele, in the race to replace retiring Democratic U.S. Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes.

"Party trumps race, especially on the national level," she said. "If you are bold enough to run, you have to take whatever the voters are going to give you. It's democracy, perhaps at its worse [sic], but it is democracy.

"Delegate Salima Siler Marriott, a black Baltimore Democrat, said Mr. Steele invites comparisons to a slave who loves his cruel master or a cookie that is black on the outside and white inside because his conservative political philosophy is, in her view, anti-black.

"Because he is a conservative, he is different than most public blacks, and he is different than most people in our community," she said. "His politics are not in the best interest of the masses of black people."

Okay, so racism is perfectly okay as long as it directed at conservatives. Oh yeah, and Democrats know what’s best for minorites. How balatantly, utterly, disgustingly racist can one party be? I swear, this lady sounds exactly like the slave owners of old, claiming to know what’s best for black people, living under delusions of supremity, even a sick kind of beneficience that tears minorities down.

What gets me is that there are so many minorities, especially black people, who actually BELIEVE this crap! Remind me, who opposed freeing the slaves? Oh Yeah, the Democrats! Who opposed the civil rights movement until Bobby Kennedy realized it could be used to create a large bloc of loyal voters? The Democrats! It was Republicans who ended slavery in America, and it was Republicans who were the earliest supporters of the civil rights movement. Of course, to listen the Democrats you would never guess this to be true. Remember, when the south was balatantly racist and segregated it was a Democrat stronghold. It turned Republican with the civil rights movement.

I forget the author of this quote, but it from the book Black and Right.
“The old racism said that all black people look alike. The new racism says all black people think alike.”

This being the case, as percieved by members of the black community, the Democrats sre horrible racists, and more aligned with David Duke, a Democrat and former KKK leader who continues his racist crusade to this day, than with Joseph Lieberman, a decent Jewish liberal. It’s no wonder they are supportive of the welfare system that keeps minorities poor and breaks their families. It’s no wonder they so viciously support abortion, which is singlehandedly responsible for the negative population growth among the US black population. It’s no wonder because THEY HATE MINORITIES!

Democrats talk a lot about civil rights, but then they turn around and support programs that actually destroy these same rights. They talk about equality, then they support programs that create inherent inequality. They talk about a lot of things, but what they do is almost never in line with what they say. This is called hyppocrisy people, and I, for one, simply won’t tolerate it.


  • This shows how much in denial the Dems/Fems are. And how much trouble they are in.

    "Calling a ham sandwich a steak dinner does not make it a steak dinner".

    Hooah! Down with Shills!

    By Blogger Phantom_Driver, USNR, Ret., at 1:32 PM  

  • "Remind me, who opposed freeing the slaves?"

    That would have been the Conservatives, right? Same ones opposed to Civil Liberties in the 50s? It was Progressive/Liberal Republicans and others who worked to free slaves and it was progressive/liberal Dems and others who worked to improve civil rights.

    "What gets me is that there are so many minorities, especially black people, who actually BELIEVE this crap!"

    Dumb black folk, huh? OR...could it be that we see something you don't?

    Having said that, I don't want to see any side use "the race card" in a way that denigrates the cause of civil rights and race relations.

    That goes for Dems (who've ignored my African American brothers and sisters for years) or the Republicans (who've often actively opposed many issues important to me and my African American friends for years).

    By Blogger Dan Trabue, at 1:45 PM  

  • Having said that, I don't want to see any side use "the race card" in a way that denigrates the cause of civil rights and race relations

    You just played it yourself, pally.

    Oh, read my page to see how YOU can be paid 2 -7 dollars a post by liberals. You said you'd take that job if in fact it was true.

    Here's your chance.


    By Blogger Phantom_Driver, USNR, Ret., at 1:52 PM  

  • Consider yourself linked, D.L. And reciprocity is always a good thing (wink).

    And, Mr. Trabue? Here's a little something that you should really read before you spout off about race relations in this country, past and present.

    Stop the Republicans

    Good Lord, D.T., you look whiter than I am! Do your "African American brothers and sisters" know that you refer to them that way?

    I bet you'd get the same reaction from them if you walked into a Black Panther meeting and shouted, "Right on, soul brothers!"

    You sound like something out of a bad comedy sketch.

    By Blogger The Exile, at 2:08 PM  

  • "Dumb black folk, huh? OR...could it be that we see something you don't?"

    No, and not a chance. Civil rights was a Republican issue before Bobby Kennedy came around. I would also remind you that the Civil Rights Act was passed by an overwhelming bipartisan majority once the Kennedies got on board.

    By Blogger Daniel Levesque, at 2:09 PM  

  • Yes, my Black brothers and sisters know that I refer to them that way, as I refer to y'all as brothers and sisters. Visit my church blog (do you mind, Daniel?) at:


    And you can see the rainbow of folk I associate with in and around my Louisville home. And I'm telling you that none of us appreciate the suggestion that "all them Dem supporters" must be immoral, crazy or dumb. Just tain't true.

    And I was only trying to correct a misunderstanding that Brother Daniel was perpetuating by suggesting (correctly) that Republicans were leading the way in stopping slavery and promoting civil rights. PROGRESSIVE Republicans, Dems, Whigs and whatnot. By and large it was historically NOT the conservative type who dominate the Reeps nowadays.

    I was raised in a southern conservative church in the 60s and can remember a bit of the day (plus I read which helps).

    And for the record, I'm not calling Republicans racist. I AM suggesting comments like Daniel's ("especially black people, who actually BELIEVE this crap!") help perpetuate that misconception.

    By Blogger Dan Trabue, at 2:23 PM  

  • Terbue: that url is:


    Shill Now! Time is limited!


    By Blogger Phantom_Driver, USNR, Ret., at 2:32 PM  

  • One good thing about mainstream conservativsm is that while it seeks to preserve the good in America, it is more than ready to change the bad. This principle is demonstrated by such widespread Republican (always considered the conservative party) support during the Civil Rights movement.

    By Blogger Daniel Levesque, at 5:19 PM  

  • Thanks for the post. As usual, some folk get kinda charged up.

    The point is that one of the goals of Martin Luther King Jr was for all men to be judged on the content of their character and not skin color, etc.

    Nothing wrong for there to be liberal and conservative Black folk. That's the idea. The libs unfortunately think they have a monopoly on minority's point of political view and the interests of the 'little guy.' If someone does not fit this mold they can't handle it. Unbelievable that people like Harry Belafonte would call Colin Powell a 'House N.'

    My disdain for liberalism continues to grow.

    By Blogger Rick's Corner, at 5:43 PM  

  • Great post. It always bothers me that there is an inaccurate stereotype of Republicans being racists when we have more of a history of supporting civil rights.

    On another note thanks for your great service to our country by serving in the military. I try to thank everyone I meet who is serving because we owe you our freedoms.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments.

    By Blogger Little Miss Chatterbox, at 9:18 PM  

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