Racial slurs--uttered by somebody else--makes you evil if you don't condemn them fast enough
. Agreeing with somebody, about something else
, that later or previously had used a racial epithet that liberals think you should have seen . . . makes you a racist, and you need to be tarred and feathered and, if in office, driven out of it.
It's not enough that these people run the country, control the congress, with control the Supreme Court, and own the auto industry and the banks. They want it all. Every last bit. Every last freedom you have? They want it.
Maybe Vice-Chairman of the Young Republicans, Audra Shay, really meant to say that she liked calling African-Americans a particular racial epithet. I don't know. But she
didn't do it.
And you can miss a lot in a given thread of comments. If it happened on Facebook, any Facebook user knows that it's very easy to not see comments, which start getting hidden at a certain point, or posts themselves. Forget to click that little "Show all comments . . . " these days, and it can get you in trouble.
Anyhoo, they also cite "Barack the Magic Negro"--a Rush Limbaugh parody based entirely on the words of a liberal African-American journalist questioning Barack Obama's "authenticity" as an African-American--as an example of "fringe" Republican racism. But leave that little story about the origin of Limbaugh's parody out.
Because they want
Republicans to be racists and Nazis--even when the liberals win, even when they are in charge of everything and overseeing the destruction of the Last, Great Hope of Capitalism, they still can't help themselves. Dissent cannot be tolerated.
They are insatiable.
So, look for a lot more of this leading up to the 2012 election. There will be hundreds, if not thousands, of stories of pockets of racism and racial epithets supposedly uttered by, or agreed with by, certain Republicans. There will be RINOs confessing that, yes, the Republican party has a long history of racism and still has a problem with a lot of racists, especially among the Christian Right, today.
If you thought the GOP was racist before, you ain't see nuthin' yet.
Mark my words.
Labels: barack hussein obama, racism, young republicans