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Democrats trained to allege Republicans use racially-coded phrases

Democrats trained to allege Republicans use racially-coded phrases

Is there any part of the Democratic campaign agenda that is not planned out and contrived?

As you know, the deliberate use of the race card to advanced the Democratic Party agenda has been documented here hundreds of times.

An article at The Washington Examiner, House Dems trained to make race the issue, once again proves that it is a pre-planned political strategy, not a legitimate reaction to actual racist statements:

House Democrats received training this week on how to raise the issue of race to defend government programs, according to training materials obtained by The Washington Examiner.

The prepared content of a Tuesday presentation to the House Democratic Caucus and staff indicates that Democrats will seek to portray apparently neutral free-market rhetoric as being charged with racial bias, conscious or unconscious.

In her distributed remarks, Maya Wiley of the Center for Social Inclusion criticized “conservative messages [that are] racially ‘coded’ and had images of people of color that we commonly see used” and proposed tactics for countering the Republicans’ (presumably) racially-coded rhetoric.

I know, I know, “gambling” going on.


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It’s obvious what they don’t want to talk about: the economy. So, wherever possible, let’s bring it up:

While the ship takes on water, Obama is telling the passengers they don’t have the cabins they deserve.

Frank Scarn | May 11, 2012 at 12:20 pm

2 + 2 = 4


2 +2 4


The RACISM CARD: Never leave home without it. It pays all the bills that logical argument can’t.

DINORightMarie | May 11, 2012 at 12:30 pm

“I know, I know, “gambling” going on.”

Okay…… What does that mean? Is it coded racism if you say “gambling”? Or are you “gambling” that someone will accuse you of coded/veiled/unconscious racism by making this public?

Or is it just a reference to Louis Renault? 😉

Democrats need training to do this? It doesn’t come naturally?

    VetHusbandFather in reply to Same Same. | May 11, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    I think it’s just further proof that liberals aren’t capible of independent thought. They even have to be told to play the race card.

Broken link? or has it been taken down? House Dems trained to make race the issue

theduchessofkitty | May 11, 2012 at 12:50 pm

Yeah, try that trick with Marco Rubio… or Allen West… or Susana Martínez… or Luis Sandoval… or…

I bet Mia Love would do great push-back on this crap.

    persecutor in reply to Ragspierre. | May 11, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    I’m sure she would.
    This reminds me of my trial practice course, way back when. “If you have the facts, argue the facts. If you have the law, argue the law. If you have neither, baffle them with BS!

Here, demo-proglodytes, are your two new racially coded phrases of the day:

Get your hands out of my wallet.

Get off you fat ass and get a job.

I R A Darth Aggie | May 11, 2012 at 1:43 pm

If all you have is a dog whistle, before long everything you hear sounds like a dog whistle…

Madison – Gov. Scott Walker’s administration released improved budget projections Thursday that would leave the state with a $154.5 million surplus a year from now.

Coming less than four weeks before Walker’s June 5 recall election, the projections take the state from a previously estimated $143 million budget deficit in its main account through June 2013 to the surplus.

Proving Walker is a racist…

    It’s off-topic, but I’ll explain. Assume you are a WI Democrat strategist.

    1. First, recall that Reagan and Clinton entered office with bad economies but left with good ones. Then, recall that both Presidents got clobbered by proxy in their first midterm elections. That understood, your plan is easy.

    2. Blame Walker for the temporary dislocations created by his budget. Defeat Walker. Take credit for the ensuing Walker-based prosperity while scaling back some of the reforms for the benefit of your special-interest cronies.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | May 11, 2012 at 1:59 pm

No Republican candidate for President since the Civil Rights Act of ’64 was passed has ever gotten more than 15% of the black vote.

That means AT LEAST 85% of blacks who vote cast their votes for Democrats. Considering blacks represent about 13% of the population, blacks are the most loyal and important part of the Democrat voting bloc.

If the percentage of voting blacks who vote for Republicans would increase to 40%, the Democrats would never win another election (all else being equal).

So, Democrats MUST make blacks continue to falsely believe that Republicans are racists for the survival of the party. Because if the black vote were more evenly dispersed between the two parties, the Democratic Party is done.

Wiley proposed the use of “race explicit” anecdotes to illustrate problems like the economic crisis. “Explain how each racial group is affected (recognize the unique pain of each group),

***but start with people who are White,” she wrote in her distributed remarks.***

“Then raise racial disparities.” For example, she offered the line: “Homeownership is the American Dream. It hurts the same to lose your home if you’re White, Asian, Latino or Black.”

Yep. She’s a racist. Funny.

“the unique pain of each group”

Typical Collectivism.

    1. Maya Wiley is the founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion

    By social inclusion, she means racial demagoguery and government-enforced quotas.

    Every time I think the Left can’t pervert the language any further, they prove me wrong.

    2. The prepared content of a Tuesday presentation to the House Democratic Caucus and staff indicates that Democrats will seek to portray apparently neutral free-market rhetoric as being charged with racial bias, conscious or unconscious.

    The multicultural society: rainbow-colored on the outside, red on the inside.

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Links: Maya Wiley – Tides Foundation – Wade Rathke – ACORN.

or, try it this way


These people are running the United States of America? What more do you need to know?

Sorry Dems, that dog won’t hunt. However it is yummy in a stir-fry….

JackRussellTerrierist | May 11, 2012 at 4:24 pm

This really is all they have left, and the entire “racism” cry is just a feeble grasp at straws.

Ordinary Americans, including those who are not politically astute or involved, realize that blacks have been given every opportunity to succeed and just flat refuse to do it. I see it in comments to news articles and hear it in conversations when I’m out and about. It just doesn’t fly anymore.

OK, so I go hiking around Coon Mountain, TN with my
Coon dog (if someone didn’t eat him), spotted some raccoons, got the hell out of the way of Black bear like damn quick
and quite close to be bitten by a Black Widow, was carrying my Blackberry, got hungry and munched on some blackberries, would I be labelled a racist?

Let’s consider for a moment: I make a statement “The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain.” Now, I have not consciously intended a racist remark. However, because I am “blinded” by my racism, I have unconsciously made a racist statement. Yet, I am doing so over the internet, so how could anyone conceivably know what race is being slandered without knowing what my race is (unless, of course, my “code” racist language makes it so obvious to all the nature of my main race; not 1/32nd of anything that I’m aware). Therefore, I have two questions. Where can I obtain a “code book” to prevent uttering “code” racist statements? And, where can I get help, or am I too far gone?

    Milwaukee in reply to ALman. | May 11, 2012 at 11:07 pm

    Are you White? Are you a conservative, particularly a conservative with a Christian bent? Then FYI: your very existence is code for “racist desire to control the world”. There are Blacks who promote that just being White means you’re a racist, because you benefit from the White power structure.

    When one of my college girlfriends dumped me, she included my approval of Kipling and Tennyson as proof that I was a White-chauvinist-empiralist. Never mind I was an American.

    Milhouse in reply to ALman. | May 13, 2012 at 3:34 am

    This is clearly a subliminal message intended to arouse hatred for the First Lady; our conscious minds hear “the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plane”, and our subconscious immediately remembers the Reina‘s trip to Spain on a plane that we paid for. Either that or you’re calling Queen Sophia plain, which is just mean.

Saying Democrats are “trained” is racist.

    Milwaukee in reply to malclave. | May 11, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    Saying Democrats are “trained” is a remarkable complement. I thought their behavior was all of the programmed, knee-jerk variety. Dogs are “trained”, which means they learn to behave contrary to their natural inclinations.

That’s funny. Liberals have to be trained to hear those dog whistles?

Seems all they do is repeat any phrase that might have been said by a conservative and bingo bango bongo – – – Raaaaacist!

They’ve even made the claim when the incident NEVER HAPPENED and can present NO proof that the person in question ever said what they say they said.

Let alone that that’s what was meant.

Jeesh they’ve gotten upset over some one saying “black hole” or any number of other phrase that they can twist to mean something other than what it was.

[…] don’t automatically vote Democrat.  It’s also the reason I find it so hard to believe they have to train on it.  They use it everyday.  Isn’t it second nature by […]

” the Center for Social Inclusion ”

Even the names of their institutions are lies.

Oh, and the best answer?

“American Express in on line 3. They say your Race Card™ is overdrawn.”

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