Wednesday, October 22, 2008

It's now considered "racist" for 12 year old girls to wear Sarah Palin T-Shirts.


I'm so sick and tired of hearing the words race, racists, or race codes by the media and Obama supporters. I feel like I want to throw up every time I read a news article, listen to the radio or turn on the television. Obama and his surrogates in the media have played the race card so many times, the darn card is worn out and is being held together with duck tape. Race has not only been used as a political strategy by Obama and the media, unfortunately it's is woven into the mindset of people voting both black a white. Everybody that knows me know that I can't stand double standards. All I hear everyday is that blacks should vote for Obama out of pride, and whites need to as well if not they must be racists. Where is the logic in this asinine thinking? It has gotten so bad in this country right now, even young children are now involved in the whole race issue. A 12 year old girl by the name of Ashley Jones wore a Sarah Palin t shirt to class recently, and her class mates called her a "racist" for doing so.






The reason why her class mates called her a racist is because Ashley is white, and in the young minds of mush they figure that she can only be supporting McCain and Palin because she is white and McCain and Palin is white. I said when Obama won the nomination his supporters and the media were going to make everything about race. Once again, I'm proven right. White adult Obama supporters carry the same mindset towards white adult McCain supporters. In their narrow minds they believe that the only reason whites won't vote for Obama has to do with race. It's funny, because whites that support Obama truly don't see their own flawed racial perspective. They can attack other whites for not voting for Obama, yet they can't seem to come up with valid reasons for why whites or anyone for that matter should pull the lever for Barack Obama. Little do they know all that they are doing by their actions is belittling the validity of Barack Obama as a serious and worthy candidate to become President of the United States. They have in actuality made Barack Obama more of racial preference candidate then a legitimately qualified candidate. Of course they won't see it like that, it takes to much thought on their part. They are too blinded by their ignorance. The media surely wont' admit it either. They rather try and go after Rush Limbaugh for stating the obvious. The media keeps referring to Obama's campaign as "historic". Well what pray tell is the historic aspect of Barack Obama's campaign? I don't even need to play the Jeopardy music for this one. The media is obsessed with Obama's race as the "historic" element to this campaign. White guilt is definitely at play with their support of Obama. Not all of Obama's white supporters are self inflicted guilt stricken but there are a lot. If a black conservative was running right now, white and black liberals would be saying not to vote for that candidate because he or she isn't really black. Go figure.

11 Comments:

Blogger p. anthony allen said...

It truly is a sad state of affairs when a 12 year old is subjected to "radical racist" ridicule for voicing her choice in a political campaign.

On the other hand, I don't believe that her 12 year old peers should be held accountable for their radical racist response's. They're just mimicking their parents. Honestly, how much can a 12 year old know about political campaigning, partisan politics and the dynamics of politics in general?

A 12 year old will only reflect the politics of their parents. Along with those politics comes the partisan views, ideas, loves, hates and "smears". Unfortunately, that's just the way it is when you involve yourself in politics.

CB;"They rather try and go after Rush Limbaugh for stating the obvious."

Again, Rush Limbaugh "is race baiting." Rush is not stating the "obvious", Rush is stating what he wants others to believe!

At one time Powell was viewed as the "non-minority-minority" in the Republican Party. Limbaugh was one of the many who held Powell in high esteem. Suddenly, and simply because Powell endorses a "black" candidate (which by the way, is "exactly" what Rush says...) Powell should be labeled as a racist? Not only does Limbaugh say that Powell is a racist, he also says Powell is lying about his reasons for the endorsement!

Honestly Tyrone, what is the difference between those kids (who use their parents ideals for their views) and Limbaugh (whom you agree with) in believing there is a racist component to the personal choice of a candidate?

Simply put, how can you believe the kids are wrongly judging Ashley Jones, but Limbaugh rightly judges Powell? Would Limbaugh say Ashley's parents are racist for supporting McCain? Does Ashley (or her parents) think that Powell is racist for supporting Obama?

Limbaugh is clearly race baiting. If you can't see that, he's got you exactly where he wants you. The more approvals he receives from Black conservatives, the more validity it gives him to attack any Black conservative that "just happens" to disagree with him...not just on endorsing a candidate, but ON ANY ISSUE!

In my opinion, I believe they both (Powell and the Jones) are supporting who they believe are the best candidates for them! (all racial issues aside...)

12:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want you to answer a question or two for me. Why has Obama received so much help and protection from the media? What could they possibly gain from doing so?

6:01 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "It truly is a sad state of affairs when a 12 year old is subjected to "radical racist" ridicule for voicing her choice in a political campaign."

It's even sadder when grown adults hurl racist charges at other adults simply for supporting a candidate that isn't black allen. You know I alway mock liberals when they talk about how much they support "diversity" yet in this election cycle those same liberals that claim to champion diversity levy the "R" word against everybody that dare exercise freedom of choice. I really would like to know the idealogical leanings of the parents of those kids that called that 12 year old girl a racist.

p allen "On the other hand, I don't believe that her 12 year old peers should be held accountable for their radical racist response's. They're just mimicking their parents. Honestly, how much can a 12 year old know about political campaigning, partisan politics and the dynamics of politics in general?"

They shouldn't be held responsible? If those children were to act out in class in any other fashion, they would be held accountable, so what makes this any different allen? If one of her class mates called that 12 year old a curse word, shouldn't that student be held responsible allen?

p allen "A 12 year old will only reflect the politics of their parents. Along with those politics comes the partisan views, ideas, loves, hates and "smears". Unfortunately, that's just the way it is when you involve yourself in politics."

Most 12 year olds aren't politically active. Most of them are too busy playing sports, video games and hanging with their friends. Ashley Jones sounds like a very bright and educated young girl. She may have unknowingly involved herself into the political fray, but she did it as an educated young girl on the reasons why she support McCain and Palin, her classmates on the other hand can't stay the same. They don't have the mindset or knowledge she has.

P Allen "Again, Rush Limbaugh "is race baiting." Rush is not stating the "obvious", Rush is stating what he wants others to believe! "

How in the world was Limbaugh "race baiting" since what he said was FACT allen. If you like I can post the transcript of Powell's statement. You just can't admit Limbaugh was right. They're is nothing magical or scary about Chief Justice John Roberts or Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. Powell thinks they're is an even admitted that much. Powell wants Justices that are advocates on the bench in regards to affirmative action. You can't win this one allen. The facts are on the table. I was listening to Rush when he said it allen, I know what I heard and he didn't call Powell a racist. As for lying, he wasn't lying, Powell wasn't "totally truthful" about his endorsement, how about that?lol

P Allen
Honestly Tyrone, what is the difference between those kids (who use their parents ideals for their views) and Limbaugh (whom you agree with) in believing there is a racist component to the personal choice of a candidate?"

First off allen, you don't know for certain those kids developed their views from their parents. If all you know and even I, they very well could have gotten their views from their peers. Once again RUsh didn't say that Powell's endorsement was "racist" allen. He said he had a racial motive behind the endorsement, and his motive is known.

P Allen "Limbaugh is clearly race baiting. If you can't see that, he's got you exactly where he wants you. The more approvals he receives from Black conservatives, the more validity it gives him to attack any Black conservative that "just happens" to disagree with him...not just on endorsing a candidate, but ON ANY ISSUE!"

Powell isn't a conservative for starters allen. A conservative supports the appointments of conservative.judges. Powell is a liberal Republican. There is nothing that I and Obama have in common at all. No person calling him or herself a conservative based on ideology has no validate excuse why voting for Obama would be "appealing". I've actually been at odds with other conservatives on us going into Iraq. They respect my disagreement. Don't get me wrong though, I support us finishing the job. I don't think Powell even supports that.

6:25 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

anon "I want you to answer a question or two for me. Why has Obama received so much help and protection from the media? What could they possibly gain from doing so?"

Simply because the media is full of hard leaning liberals that support Obama's vision and totally despise any Republican or Conservative unless they disagree with their party. A few years ago the media LOVED John McCain when he was at odds with his own party, as soon as he won the Republican nomination, the honeymoon with McCain stopped on a DIME!

6:30 PM  
Blogger JMK said...

"At one time Powell was viewed as the "non-minority-minority" in the Republican Party. Limbaugh was one of the many who held Powell in high esteem. Suddenly, and simply because Powell endorses a "black" candidate (which by the way, is "exactly" what Rush says...) Powell should be labeled as a racist? Not only does Limbaugh say that Powell is a racist, he also says Powell is lying about his reasons for the endorsement!" (PAA)
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Well, I looked for what Limbaugh had to say about Powell and the quote that people are referring to is completely inocuous; "OK, fine. I am now researching his past endorsements to see if I can find all the inexperienced, very liberal, white candidates he has endorsed. I'll let you know what I come up with."

I don't even see that as really "referencing race," except as a peripheral matter.

Fact is Powell was NEVER popular with Conservatives.

He's always been a Moderate (socially Liberal) Republican, popular with the Moderate-wing (the Bush, Dole, Whitman, Keane wing) of that Party.

Powell lied when he claimed he was "lied to" when asked to present the case for the invasion of Iraq to the UN.

I saw the evidence and he wasn't "lied to."

After that bit of petulance, he took his ball and effectively left the GOP.

I know it's quite a challenge for you, but please try and be a little more balanced, or at least a little less unhinged, OK PAA?

9:52 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

JMK fabricates;"I don't even see that as really "referencing race," except as a peripheral matter."

Oh what a tangled web he weaves, when he attempts to deceive...

“If Powell had endorsed McCain, you know what would have happened? Donna Brazile, the other black elites in the Democratic Party would never have forgiven him. This was all about Powell and race, nothing about the nation and its welfare. He said it's not about race -- show me all the inexperienced white liberals you've endorsed if it's not about race. Of course everyone's having a tizzy,”

-Rush Limbaugh Show, Mon, 10/20/2008-

JMK you should tell lies that can be so easily exposed. Usually you're fairly good a lying, but you dropped the ball on this one.

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Chilerkle said...

I get the feeling that there is gonna be a racial backlash and I will hold liberals both black and white accountable for innocents caught up in the crossfire!

The Liberal Myth that it's impossible for a *ick* minority to be racist is finally exposed as the myth that it truly is!

I hate that term minority!

8:26 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

One more time for JMK!;"I don't even see that as really "referencing race," except as a peripheral matter."

Peripheral??? Oh yeah, ole' Rush was just citing the "possibility" or an "outside of the issue" relationship...Oh noooooooo, Rush would never "imply" or "suggest" race was the "MAJOR" factor in Powell's decision...Rush would never do that....or would he?

Allow me a moment, to allow Limbaugh to put it IN HIS OWN WORDS!

JMK;I know it's quite a challenge for you, but please try and be a little more balanced, or at least a little less unhinged, OK PAA?"

A little more balanced??? Who's attempting to defend a statement made by a pundit, who clearly said "it's all about race", by saying, "I don't even see that as really "referencing race"????

Limbaugh says it's race, but JMK says Limbaugh's not saying it's about race???

JMK, this is a perfect opportunity to smack you in the face with every single "racist" and unfounded remark you have written on this blog in the past. Out of the respect for Tyrone's fair nature in allowing a "liberal" like me to post here, I will not "gloat" nor "lambaste" you over this clearly obvious "gaff" you have made on this subject.

I will note that in the future (and depending on your response, or non-response to my post) I will continue to call it as I see it.

See, I did'nt even get unhinged!

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whomever called this girl a "racist" for wearing a Palin T-shirt, were they black?
If they were black, they should realize not only were they being ignorant, they too were being racist.

9:14 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

P Allen "Peripheral??? Oh yeah, ole' Rush was just citing the "possibility" or an "outside of the issue" relationship...Oh noooooooo, Rush would never "imply" or "suggest" race was the "MAJOR" factor in Powell's decision...Rush would never do that....or would he?"

Race was the main issue that Powell voted for Obama. Powell threw in all that other stuff just so he can say it wasn't mainly due to race, but it was.

P Allen "
Honestly Tyrone, what is the difference between those kids (who use their parents ideals for their views) and Limbaugh (whom you agree with) in believing there is a racist component to the personal choice of a candidate?

I knew Powell's positions on the Supreme Court Justices, so when he gave his speech, I immediately put 2+2 together allen. I figured out Powell's reason before Limbaugh even mentioned it,but I do agree with him because we both came to the same conclusion allen.You see Allen, you think that all of my thoughts are depended on Limbaugh like that 12 year old girl must have influences from her parents for her to think the way she thinks. All I can say is wrong allen. Great minds normally think a like.

P Allen "“If Powell had endorsed McCain, you know what would have happened? Donna Brazile, the other black elites in the Democratic Party would never have forgiven him. This was all about Powell and race, nothing about the nation and its welfare. He said it's not about race -- show me all the inexperienced white liberals you've endorsed if it's not about race. Of course everyone's having a tizzy,” "

You don't think the hardcore black liberal establishment wouildn't hav dragged Powell over the coals racially for coming out against Obama allen? WAKE UP!!!!WAKE UP!!!!!WAKE UP!!!lol


P Allen quoting Limbaugh " Party would never have forgiven him. This was all about Powell and race, nothing about the nation and its welfare".

Powell said that Obama would be better at handling the economy allen but Powell didn't say how he came to that conclusion. I can see if Obama garduated from Harvard Business school
instead of law. Powell was giving generalizations and not specifics at ll to why he endorsed Obama.

p allen "A little more balanced??? Who's attempting to defend a statement made by a pundit, who clearly said "it's all about race", by saying, "I don't even see that as really "referencing race"????"

Obama, the media and his supporters have made this entire campaign about race. Allen, did you mention anything about that or just Limbaugh?

chilerkle "I get the feeling that there is gonna be a racial backlash and I will hold liberals both black and white accountable for innocents caught up in the crossfire!"

Look on the bright side chilerkle, they're is plenty of space for them to riot in South Central LA, they can burn down what wasn't burned down 16 years ago lol.More then likely the riots will be at Best Buy, Circuit City, and every other electronics store lol

3:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for a blog.

My view is that we all are born what we are, and that we have no choice. We, do, however have a choice in how we behave and present ourselves to the world.

I was born white in a society that says I am supposed to feel guilty for that fact. I've been accused of being a racist, attacked multiple times of it, because I didn't support Obama. And one of the fiercest of them all was white.

Can no one understand that I am trying to choose what I feel is best for this country? I believe in personal rights and freedom, and am against socialism. Obama represents the latter to me.

Author, YOU are my hero. I have a lot of respect for you. You are like me in that we both go against that little position that society says we should fit in, and we think for ourselves and struggle against the tide of hatred and personal attacks.

You know, I personally think, that as long as people continue to point out a "difference" and make a big deal about it, there will always be a divide. It also belittles a person's accomplishments or intelligence, when they are boiled down to nothing but a skin pigmentation or gender.

I believe we are more than that.

2:32 PM  

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