When I heard a black NHL player’s game-winning goal was greeted by a torrent of racist tweets it wasn’t hard to guess which city’s team lost. Par for the course for Boston, where racist sports fans have always felt at home. Sport and race always has been a combustible pairing in Boston. In the 1970s, when … Continue reading Another reminder America’s most racist big city isn’t in the South
I don’t think so, but, according to World Nut Daily columnist Vox Day, roughly 4 out of 5 commenters on conservative blogs have expressed solidarity with shit-canned National Review columnist John Derbyshire, author of a recent column that could easily be mistaken for a David Duke polemic — only literate. But it’s inarguably racist, as evident in … Continue reading Are ’80 to 85 percent’ of conservatives racist?
The owner of the company that produces the disquietingly popular anti-Obama bumper sticker — “Don’t Re-Nig in 2012″ — denies any racist implication. Moreover, she claims some of her best friends are black. I’m sure they have the sticker on the back of their pick-ups. Ms. Smith insisted that the bumper sticker is not racist. … Continue reading Someone buy this racist a dictionary
While it’s convenient for the left to ostracize a region they view as foreign, racism is not the sole provence of the South. Sure, it’s more pronounced in places like Meridian, Mississippi than Atlanta, but I heard my share of racist jokes in L.A. (People make certain assumptions when they hear a Southern accent. I … Continue reading Reports of racism’s death have been greatly exaggerated
The allegedly crooked and definitely racist sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona was an honored guest at the recent GOP presidential debate in Tucson. Rick Perry sought and received his endorsement. Now Sheriff Joe Arpaio is claiming there is “probable cause” that Obama’s birth certificate was forged. That requires an unfathomable conspiracy but, as we’ve learned, … Continue reading America’s (worst) sheriff
(via Little Green Footballs) I am now patiently waiting for the grand messiah Obama to have a blk fundraiser in honor of Whitley with Kevin Costner as guest of honor with all the Hollywood elites invited along with Alan Colmes, Al Sharpton, Jeremia Wright, Charles Rangel, etc. with a menu featuring blk eyed peas, grits, … Continue reading Foxnews.com readers react to Whitney Houston’s death
Rush Limbaugh has become the Bizarro Farrakhan, seeing racism at every turn. The only victims, of course, are whites and Herman Cain. “Politico and the mainstream media has launched an unconscionable, racially stereotypical attack on an independent, self-reliant conservative black because for him that behavior is not allowed,” Limbaugh said today on his radio show. … Continue reading Professional race baiter decries ‘unconscionable racially charged attack’
Figures that the idiot Palin and race baiter Rusty Limbo would rush to support displaced Monday Night Football balladeer Hank Williams Jr. “Hank Williams and what he is going through now, I think it’s a very clear illustration of a greater societal problem and that is the hypocrisy on the left — the liberals who … Continue reading Ignorant redneck racist claims martyrdom
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – A state Republican activist has admitted to and apologized for calling a gorilla that escaped from the Riverbanks Zoo Friday an “ancestor” of First Lady Michelle Obama. Actually, he didn’t apologize. We spoke with DePass over the phone Friday night. He said, “I am as sorry as I can be if I offended anyone. The comment … Continue reading Non-apology du jour
Real subtle, Fox.
How ironic, and predictable, that Jim from Houston ain’t ones for proper Englush. Where is Bull Conner and his dogs? What part of “Illegal” is so damned difficult to understand? Jem’s comment was typical of the 250 (and counting) found on Glenn Beck’s Blaze website in response to coverage of Saturday’s protest of HB 87 … Continue reading ‘Where is Bull Conner [sic] and his dogs?’
Racists or religious fanatics? Protesting members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church were met with an unlikely group of counter-protesters Monday at Arlington Cemetery. … Among those counter-protesting at the cemetery’s main entrance: About 10 members of a group that claims to be a branch of the Ku Klux Klan from Virginia called the Knights … Continue reading Pick a side
Disturbing. We asked voters on this poll whether they think interracial marriage should be legal or illegal- 46% of Mississippi Republicans said it should be illegal to just 40% who think it should be legal. Guess which GOP candidate does best among that 46 percent? Palin’s net favorability with folks who think interracial marriage should … Continue reading Mississippi, where it’s always 1964
HILTON: I went out with that guy last night. Which guy? HILTON (points to an actor in Saving Private Ryan): We were making out, but then we went somewhere where it was bright and I saw he was black and made an excuse and left. I can’t stand black guys. I would never touch one. … Continue reading Noted & Quoted, Vin Diesel edition
When you can’t bring yourself to condemn efforts to recognize a founder of the Ku Klux Klan on Mississippi specialty license plates, you have no business being president. This is the same Haley Barbour who, in a recent interview, defended the notorious Citizen Councils. Related Articles Forget Haley Barbour. Spidey has gone white pridey. … Continue reading Only in Mississippi. And maybe Alabama. Arkansas, perhaps …