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MSNBC – Morons Shrieking Nonsense about Black Clouds

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“Deceptive” doesn’t quite do justice to Ed Schultz’s scurrilously selective editing of a Rick Perry speech to claim that the Texas governor is– you’ll never guess– an Anti-Obama racist.

Via Breitbart.TV.

In related news, MSNBC: Does Racism Racist Or Does Racist Racism Racism?


Written by Moog Rogue

August 16th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

MSNBC: Does Racism Racist Or Does Racist Racism Racism?

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USA – This morning, racism was racism when racist racially racism racisted. Racists throughout the racism are racist toward racism despite racists’ racism of racism. Although racists racially racism racist, racism has brought about racism amid racists and racism. Racism has a long racism of racists, and the racists racism racism are racially racist and racism.

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Written by Ironic Commando

May 15th, 2011 at 9:50 pm

Roller Girl = Public Option. Now I get it.

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This is hilarious, and I can hardly believe it exists.

Heather Graham, well-stretched and wearing track gear, starts with about a 10-yard head start and yet all these business-dressed, apparently out-of-shape avatars for insurance companies manage to quickly catch up with her.

This “race” metaphor is so dumb, but it’s only made worse by selecting an actress who is clearly not very athletic, then inexplicably, showing her quickly lose ground to the rest of the group. (Where are her rollerskates?)

Bad metaphor, poorly executed. Kind of suggests the opposite of what they wanted.

I predict somebody parodies this by Friday, and the parody– in addition to being more clever and better executed– receives substantially more views than the original.

Comments on the YouTube video are blocked. Awesome stuff, MoveOn.org.

UPDATE: More from Allahpundit.


JIMMY CARTER: Racial segregation is a natural inclination

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Jimmy Carter describing his opposition to government programs “to inject black families into a white neighborhood just to create some sort of integration”:

I have nothing against a community that is made up of people who are Polish, or who are Czechoslovakians, or who are French Canadians or who are blacks trying to maintain the ethnic purity of their neighborhoods. This is a natural inclination.

From Time Magazine, 1976. H/T Mike B.

UPDATE: More on Carter’s own record on race from NewsReal:

Carter campaigned for governor of Georgia as a self-proclaimed “redneck,” in an era when that word had pronounced racial connotations. His campaign distributed a photo of his gubernatorial opponent Carl Sanders being embraced by black basketball players to a Ku Klux Klan rally. Carter pledged to invite Alabama’s infamous segregationist governor George Wallace to Georgia if elected. He once said he was “proud” to have the equally segregationist Lester Maddox as his lieutenant governor following the 1970 election, calling Governor Axe-handle “the essence of the Democratic Party” (which he was).


Written by Moog Rogue

September 20th, 2009 at 12:30 pm

Obama Criticism Flow Chart

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It’s pretty exhausting trying to keep track of what is legitimate criticism of President Obama and what is racial hatred. That’s why I developed this handy flow chart:Obama Criticism Flow Chart


Written by Whattapundit

September 15th, 2009 at 8:50 pm

Jimmy Carter says it's racism, too

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Jimmy Carter says that an “overwhelming portion” of the protests is motivated by racism.

A question: where were all these insanely, murderously racist people during Obama’s campaign, the election, the transition, the inauguration and the first several months of his presidency?

Does it really defy the imagination of Jimmy Carter, Maureen Dowd, Keith Olbermann, Lawrence O’Donnell, et al. that any of these protesters are genuinely worried about public policy?

Or is this some new species of racism that lies dormant before seizing upon the minds of conservatives when private healthcare is threatened?


Written by Moog Rogue

September 15th, 2009 at 7:57 pm

TELEGRAPH (UK): Maureen Dowd's disgusting insinuation that Joe Wilson is a racist would land her in court in Britain

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The New York Times demands high enough standards of evidence when the target of a defamatory remark is a liberal. But Joe Wilson is fair game – not because he behaved so badly, but because the financially troubled “old gray lady” and her employees are still in the grip of Messianic delusions.


Written by Moog Rogue

September 15th, 2009 at 1:23 pm

Feels like racism to David Shuster

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From David Shuster of MSNBC:

President Obama is the first ever African-American to hold the nation’s highest office, and now he’s the first President to be openly heckled during an address to a joint session of Congress.

Every president faces scathing criticism from the fanatical fringe, but this at least feels different.

First black President, first to be heckled. Ergo, heckler = racist. Got it. (This is pretty easy– I could get used to this!)

And if that logic doesn’t hold up, David Shuster has “feelings.” And I’ve watched enough MSNBC to know how this works– his feelings trump your facts.

Via News Busters.


Written by Moog Rogue

September 11th, 2009 at 11:12 pm