I didn’t watch the South Carolina GOP debate last night, but I heard a lot about it today. What I didn’t hear today is if anyo9ne called and checked on Juan Williams to be sure he made it home unscathed and okay. From what I heard, even as moderator and well respected journalist, he was treated as if he just came in from the cotton field. Oh well, it’s South Carolina, so this type of racism is to be expected. Like I said recently, funny how this vitriol surfaces in the first state to secede from the union because of slavery.

Even funnier, is how Newt Gingrich calls president Obama the “food stamp president,” but somehow is unable to produce a convincing argument why said president’s jobs bill proposal should not be passed. But hey, racial politics requires very little thinking on the part of the unfortunate dogs with perched ears as a result of the whistles. Hell, just look at all the Black folks who continue to support Ron Paul as new racist articles from his newsletter surfaces. I used to think that Mississippi was the bowels of racism in America; however, the GOP has showed me that South Carolina is where it’s at. Yep, you gotta love it.

If this is all they got, things look good for president Obama’s re-election especially since polling shows that moderates are backing away from the GOP. So yeah, keep up the great work you racist bastards, you guys are playing yourselves out of the game as you do. I’ll hold my breath while I wait for one of these yahoos an actual solution for the  economy other than getting Obama out of office.

  • You may have to watch the debate to wholly understand my comment but here it goes…

    Yes. I thought I was the only one who noticed how hyped the audience was during racially-charged questions. It was actually disturbing and disrespectful but we don’t know why they were booing…but it sure was suspect.

     And Newt didn’t say how 99 weeks U.I. would serve for persons w/a degree…hmmm…I personally disagree with 99 weeks but the times are different with this world record recession.

    I love Ron Paul in the race b/c he speaks on issues no candidates are willing to, including the so called liberal President.

  • TruthHurts001

    “Newt Gingrich calls president Obama the “food stamp president,” but somehow is unable to produce a convincing argument why said president’s jobs bill proposal should not be passed.”
    Because like the other 5 trillion that Obama has pissed away, it won’t produce jobs.

  • How many brown people has Obama killed in Africa and the Middle East?  The people he is killing aren’t white.  “white power with a black face…”

  • What issues are you referring to?

  • Obama has pissed away $5 trillion? Were there any jobs created or unpaid wars he didn’t start included while he did it?

  • Obama has killed Black people in Africa? Really?? 

  • I can show you some videos of dead kids and women in Africa if you would like.  But I have a feeling you will dismiss it and think nothing of it.  

  • My comment above is in response to the thread about Obama’s alleged activities in Africa.

  • To deadpieface: 
    I am so tired of right-wingers and Tea Partiers mis-appropriating the language of the American civil rights struggle. It reeks of privilege. You can’t know President Obama’s motives without asking him, by the way!

  • I don’t have any more privilege than anyone else. You reek of privilege sitting here in a war free zone defending the perpetrators while hundreds of innocent Arabs are murdered by your president.    I don’t like all of the killing going on in the world.  Don’t give a f who is doing it.  I will call it like it is.  Obama has bombed many innocent civilians.  I will link you the photos and videos if you would like to see them.  I have a feeling you would refuse to watch them.  Too much privilege. I don’t need to ask a man his motives when I watch what he does. You sound like all of those fools who defended GWB.  They were fools then and you have replaced them.

  • Here is some Middle Eastern http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU8FfzTAcBg

  • Tea-Partier or right-winger?  lol…think again…..lol

  • Common Sense

    You know the funny thing about racism.. the more you talk about it the more you give it power… People should be treated as individuals and equal rights. not be put into groups and divided between groups.