"Testy" Negro Gets Uppity at HC Summit

(Originally posted on Left Agenda)

Can you imagine the idea of a BLACK MAN actually trying to tell these WHITE Senators how to do their jobs?

OK, maybe it's not so difficult for you, but it seems outrageous to Cons, Faux News, and the GOP. While GOP appeals of "start from scratch," and going, "step by step," with the HCR bill were ignored, what really seems to inflame many of the RWL (Right Wing Lunatics) is the fact that Barack Hussein Obama thinks he has a right to speak as if he's equal, or gosh-darnit, even superior to these white Republican Senators.
Of all the hats President Obama tried on at Thursday's seven-and-a-half-hour health care summit, it appeared the one he was most comfortable wearing was that of the prickly professor.
How dare the President of the United States, commonly referred to as the Most Powerful Man in the World, talk to these people, correct their factual errors, or call for less campaigning and more substance. How dare he!


Facts Video
Campaigning Video

The Party of No isn't named so simply because of their obstructions in the House and in the Senate. They've earned that title because if it were up to the GOP there would be NO social services of any kind, NO civil rights, NO labor laws, NO minimum wage, NO regulation of private enterprises, NO freedom without money to back it up, NO law without money to back it up, NO rights without money to back it up, NO America unless it was renamed America, Inc.

Here's what the GOP really thinks of Obama:










And who could forget the music to play at all your Klan rallies:
Barack the Magic Negro Video

No, Mr. President the Republicans aren't interested in bipartisanship. They're not interested in making America a better place for ALL Americans. What they're interested in is taking America back to the 19th century; back to when minorities 'knew their place', women stayed in the kitchen, the middle and lower class had absolutely no say in government, and if you were White and Rich than you were above the law.

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Tags: democrat, healthcare, liberal, obama, politics, progressive, racism, summit

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Comment by Jason Spicer on March 1, 2010 at 1:53am
Uh, Huckleberry, your etymology for the word "cop" is not supported by Wiktionary.org, m-w.com, or dictionary.com. But then, the rest of your first post on this thread is nonsense, too. You say, "The so called 'necessary' services, like 'police', is [sic] all about taking money from one group and giving it to another, a practice which destroys every society." This is exactly correct, if by "destroys" you mean "allows to function as a society at all". If you did write this in jest, it's impossible to distinguish from the sincerely held beliefs of the most rabid Randians.

And your second post doesn't seem to have anything to do with this thread at all.
Comment by Gary Huckleberry on February 28, 2010 at 6:33am
The reason there are so many religions all around the world, each with millions that "know" their religion is right, .. is because so many folks are raised from the cradle, and then, in schools and churches, with the most silly ridiculous "miracles" and dogma, that they never give thought outside of the parameters allowed by their raising, and actually "insulate" themselves to anything that threatens their lack of logic. Most people never escape it.
Comment by Caleb Owens on February 27, 2010 at 10:15pm
Huckleberry - seriously? Was that written in jest? Cause it sounds like a joke to me.
Comment by Kelvin Hilerio on February 27, 2010 at 7:35pm
What bothers me most is that the republicans continue to use the words "the american people" this and that very loosely, as if their ideology applies to all of us!
Comment by Daniel W on February 27, 2010 at 10:27am
My impression, based on observation during life, not research, is that Republicanism changed from the party of Main Street capitolism, free market economics with a penchant for monopoly, and a bit of social conservativism, to the Machiavellian Christian party of reactionism, racism, and opportunism. Their "big lie" is that they are pro-small government. In reality, Republicans are much more big government, promotion of expensive wars, go into debt, than the Democrats - although in the current recession, with Democrats in power the debt has grown in an attempt to pull us out of recession, mortgaging the future in an attempt to rescue the present from the excesses of the Bushies.

The Democrats always seem to be about some idealism, human rights, and tending toward equal opportunity, but ineffectual and tend to shoot themselves in the foot with their bickering and silliness. I think we are now in a trend of Democrats doing their usual self-destruct mode, while Republicans are accellerating their racism and reactionism. I think abortion is just their way of keeping the religious on board. That's the "3 R's" of Republicanism. Now I just need "3-D's" of Democratism.
Comment by Gary Huckleberry on February 27, 2010 at 6:44am
It's all about theft. Public funding would help. A little. But it is socially and individually harmful to steal from the poorest to give to teachers, cops, fire departments, or public funding of anything. If people wish for a service, then let them pay for it. The so called "necessary" services, like "police", is all about taking money from one group and giving it to another, a practice which destroys every society. The whites will disappear first, then the blacks, the "others", then the latinos, lastly the orientals. (The word "cops" comes from "copper", a person that will do ANYTHING for a "copper" penny.) Voting never works (except for what you'd like on a pizza!)
Comment by Caleb Owens on February 26, 2010 at 8:34pm
Yeah, I agree Jason. I vote for Democrats but not because they really represent Liberals. I fear that nothing will change much until campaigns are publicly funded.

Gary - No, instead they'll say that Obama is racist and hates white people.
Comment by Jason Spicer on February 26, 2010 at 8:21pm
The thing that bugs me most about the Democrats is that, since at least 1994 (and probably much earlier), they continue to give the Republicans the benefit of the doubt and assume that they are negotiating in good faith. The Dems are like Charlie Brown to the GOP's football-wielding Lucy. The Democrats need to tell the Republicans to fuck off if they don't want to help with the people's business. Let them filibuster and obstruct. Call their bluffs. But don't get suckered into more bad-faith negotiations. The Republicans don't believe in compromise. Hell, they don't believe in government. When your opponent isn't playing the same game you are, the best you can do is work around them. If you engage them, you just look like a fool.
Comment by Gary Epstein on February 26, 2010 at 7:53pm
Amazing isn't it. And these people would say, no I'm not racist.

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