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Saturday Night Card Game Massive Dump

Saturday Night Card Game Massive Dump

I’ve been accumulating these links, but there has been so much race-card playing, I haven’t had time to post the videos below.

Given it’s a slow news holiday weekend, now seems as good a time as any to post them:

Chris Matthews — Only Whites can be racist:

Julian Bond — Okay for IRS to target “admittedly racist” Tea Party:

Chris Matthews and Al Sharpton — Opposition to Obama reflects racism and White supremacy:

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver — GOP Going After Obama Because of ‘Obsession’ With ‘Pigmentation’:


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heh heh you said massive dump 🙂
I got nothing, damned depressing really.

It’s so ‘old,’ only the usual suspects pay attention. The tide really is turning.

Texanstrong | May 25, 2013 at 6:56 pm

Only the brainwashed are listening

When you said “Dump” you really meant “dump”. My septic tank is now overflowing.

TrooperJohnSmith | May 25, 2013 at 7:07 pm

When I think about the continual, constant, relentless charges of racissssssssszzzzZZZZZZ….. ZZZZZZZZ… ZZZZZZZZ………

In keeping with the ‘Massive Dump’ theme here, I have to agree that everything they said adds up to a huge pile of crap!

Is this really all they have left?

I just flushed a matthews!

‘Joliet’ Jake Blues: I hate MSNBC racists

LukeHandCool | May 26, 2013 at 1:11 am

When they play the race card, they’re desperate.

It’s sloppy and floppy foreplay desperately searching for an erogenous zone.

But when it’s over … it’s just post-orgasmic, post-race-card, post-Matthewsian disgust.

You wanna get your clothes on and take a taxi back home before the wacky MSNBC talking head wakes up and starts into some fatal attraction monologue.

Ah yes, the GOP talks constantly, obsessively about Obama’s pigmentation. Nonstop. They just can’t say anything — ANYTHING, I tell you!– about the Smartest President Ever without adding, “He’s blaaaack!”

And the Dems? They’re so over the race thing that Chris Matthews once “almost forget Obama’s black” because his speech was so good and Matthews just kinda automatically associated “good speaker” with “white” or certainly “not black.”

If it weren’t for sane people commenting on the inane comments by Chris Matthews, he’d have no mention whatsoever.

Reminds me of a song by B.B. King…”If it Weren’t For Bad Luck, I’d Have No Luck at All”.

How about we ignore him?

Why is it that every post that promises a “massive dump” ends with Rep. Cleaver?

As a matter of fact, many Republicans do have an “obsession” with Obama’s “pigmentation” – but not the one Cleaver imagines. (Can’t blame him, though, he’s made his whole career on that assumption). It’s that Obama seems red through and through that worries us.

Second Chrissy still shot. Look on his face is, ‘God I gotta’ rip a big one, butt everyone will hear it’.

Cleaver, Nahh, that’s Richard Pryor, had he lived to that age..

Iam A. Patriot | May 26, 2013 at 7:55 am

To Chris, Julian, Al and Emanuel –

With all due respect: I’m a conservative white man, a firm believer in the wisdom and courage of our Founders and an outspoken proponent of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. I am disgusted, sickened, appalled and heartbroken by the words and deeds of our current president. Does that make me a racist? Consider this:

– I also detest Biden, Reid, Pelosi, Feinstein, Warren (and many, many other white politicians).

– I would vote for Allen West for President in a frikkin’ heartbeat. My wife (also white) and I contributed financially to his reelection campaign, and have promoted Mr. West at every opportunity among our circle of (mostly white) friends. (BTW, you may add Patrick Murphy to the list above.)

– I also greatly respect and admire Artur Davis, and have done my part to promote his name and values among my peers. I would also gladly vote for Mr. Davis for President.

– I’m a huge fan of Mia Love, both her courage and her conservative conviction. If we are ever fortunate enough to have an opportunity to cast our vote for Ms. Love for President, it would be my honor to be one of the first in the nation to do so.

These are just several examples of black politicians I respect, and a few of the white politicians I do NOT respect.

When it comes to patriotism and conservative values, a person’s skin color is irrelevant: It’s what’s in the heart that counts.

To suggest my disdain for our current president is based on racism is, well, racist, and you guys are masters at the race-baiting game. It’s understandable, however, because when it comes the national disaster that is 0bama, it’s the only card left in your hand.

You fellas would be wise to never call me a racist to my face. Nope, not a threat, just some friendly advice from a conservative white man who doesn’t take kindly to such despicable words, regardless of the color of the source.

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Memo to Julian Bond:

If we are going to redefine Tea Party as Taliban, we should also redefine NAACP as KKK.

Oh, come on now…you’ve got to give these people credit for keeping racism alive and well.

After all, if these dolts could no longer play that race card, they would be forced to actually consider fact and logic in any and all arguments where a black man was involved. And you know they could never defend a far-left egomaniac like Obama under those conditions.

Does Matthews ever sleep long enough to sober up?