“Tea Party loves crazy more than they hate blacks.”

This is what passes for humor on the Left: Get a “celebrity” who’s been in prison for rape, has bitten off people’s ears, kicked strangers in the groin, is a high school drop-out and — oh, yes — happens to be black, and have him pretend to be Herman Cain in a parody that calls Tea Partiers racist (despite the absence of any evidence to that effect) and describes Herman Cain as an insane Uncle Tom. 

I’m coming to prefer Gingrich, but it doesn’t mean that any cell in my body approves of these heinous, racist, baseless, ugly attacks on Herman Cain, a man of stature and accomplishment.

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  1. Charles Martel says

    As long as a black house servant on the Democratic plantation does what his white masters and handlers demand, he may rape, bite and rot all he wants. After all, he is serving a higher good.

  2. Michael Adams says

    It  still utterly astonishes me that the Left can take a completely invented factoid, like TEA party racism, and build a complete mythology around it. They are still saying we were astroturf, also, in spite of the well-attested fact that #Occupiers really are paid.
     
    I heard some woman on the radio referring to the “violence of the TEA parties”.  She believes that she saw it on television. I think she may have been referring to the Black guy with the rifle strapped to his back outside a healthcare town hall meeting, the picture that was cropped to avoid showing his skin color, but one can never be sure. And, they are still referring to Herman Cain’s “sexual assault” allegations.
     
    These people are not ashamed to lie. I remember some passing reference in The R.A.G., Austin’s sixties and seventies era rad-tabloid, to “the bourgeois value of truth telling”.  The hard core types are actually pretty honest about lying, when you catch them in unguarded moments. Strange but true.

  3. Mike Devx says

    I want to look anyone in the eye who thinks that is funny.  
    I’m not saying I’m outraged, or that I think it’s despicable.
    I simply think it’s not funny in any humorous or satirical manner.  It’s simply not funny.

    Look, I detest Nancy Pelosi.
    So am I going to set up my hand-held video camera, create a life-size puppet of her, and then film myself carving her up with a chainsaw… and think it’s funny?  Only in a hate-funny kind of way.  Hate-vicious-funny.  It’s only funny if you’ve a genuine, real hate going.  Kind of like a member of the Ku Klux Klan laughing uproarously at some 20′s black and white filming of a Negro lynching.  Ha, ha, ha.

    Mike Tyson, and the makers of this little video, have a genuine hate-vicious-funny going for Herman Cain.  Why would Mike Tyson feel the need to hate Herman Cain?

  4. Mike Devx says

    A black mother and her teenage son are at home.  He’s been quiet and bothered, so she sits him down and asks what’s wrong.

    Boy: “Mama, I’ve been watching that Herman Cain.  On TV.  I like him and I like his ideas.  I think… I think I’m a conservative, mama.”

    Mama: “Oh, boy.”  She sits there in silence for a while.  ”OK, son, you go ahead and be a conservative.  You can still live a good life.  BUT YOU BE QUIET ABOUT IT, you hear me?”

    Boy: “Quiet about it? Why, mama?”

    Mama: “You know that lady down the street I keep talking about, the one who can’t control her life, she’s always in trouble, always making bad decisions?”  He nods.  ”Well, as long as she doesn’t bother anybody, we let her be.  Sometimes she starts acting all proud and mighty, and we pull her aside and let her know she needs to shut the hell up and remember how shameful she is.   The same is gonna go for you, boy.  You go ahead and be conservative.  But if you make any noise, if you rock the boat, we are going to slap you right back down into your place.”

    Boy: “So I should be ashamed of being a conservative.”

    Mama: “Yes.  That’s a hard cross to bear, but that’s the way it is.”

     

  5. Danny Lemieux says

    The hit on Herman Cain is pure, Chicago trash politics. Ann Coulter puts it all into perspective:

    Herman Cain has spent his life living and working all over the country — Indiana, Georgia, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Washington, D.C. — but never in Chicago. 

    So it’s curious that all the sexual harassment allegations against Cain emanate from Chicago: home of the Daley machine and Obama consigliere David Axelrod. 

    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2011-11-09.html 

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