Sunday, July 25, 2010

It has come to this. Howard Dean is calling Fox News "racist".

Can someone please send Howard Dean an email telling him that he is only blowing away the last remaining grains of any credibility Democrats have left on the issue of race. Once again I find myself having to respond to yet another liberal kook dumb ass trying to play the race as a political weapon. Today Howard Dean was a guest on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. Dean asserted that Fox News failed to vet video footage of the speech showing that Sherrod was bragging about using her position as an Agriculture Department official to discriminate against a white farmer.

Dean stated “I don’t think Newt Gingrich is a racist, and I don’t think you’re a racist,” Dean told Fox News host Chris Wallace, “but Fox News did something that was absolutely racists. They took a – they had an obligation to find out what was really in the clip. They had been pushing a theme of black racism with this phony Black Panther crap and this business and this Sotomayor and all this other stuff.”

Phony Black Panther crap?

Oh I forgot, only whites in Klan outfits standing in front of black polling places in the south can be considered racist according to the county Howard Dean lives in, silly me. So Fox News is deemed "racist", because they aired video of a black woman?

I searched the Internet, and I haven't found any comments by Howard Dean calling MSNBC racist for purposely hiding the race of a black man.

I also didn't find and remarks from Howard Dean calling Chris Mathews a racist when he said that "for an hour I forgot I was watching a black man" (Obama).

I don't recall Howard Dean labeling Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid a racist, when he said "Obama is a light skinned black man who doesn't have a negro dialect unless he wants to have one".

I don't recall Howard Dean calling Bill Clinton a racist on any of the talking head shows, when Bill said "come on Ted (Kennedy) a few years ago "this guy" (Obama) would have been "serving us coffee". Even Ted Kennedy was offended by Bill's comment. Once again, no response from not only Dean but by no other liberal Dems, surprised?

After the whole Shirley Sherrod fiasco, mainstream Americans are now to the point they are ready to yell ENOUGH OF THIS RACE CRAP the next time the false allegation of racism is brought up. Dean went on to further say

“We’ve got to stop being afraid of Glenn Beck (a Fox News host) and the racist fringe of the Republican Party. But Fox News was not blameless during this. You played it up.”

Here' another feather in the cap of left wing racial fear scaremongering, thanks Howard. When the left can't defend their policies and ideologies, they have to resort 100% to tar and feathering the opposition as "racists" in order to try and silence them. That tactic has now become outdated. People are on to how the game works now. Since this story happened today, I know Dean is going to be challenged and rebutted very hard come tomorrow on the talk radio shows. By Dean bringing up Glen Beck's name in the same sentence as "racist fringe", are we to assume that Dean was in a back handed manner calling Glen Beck a racist? If Howard Dean truly was concerned about racism, he would have called out the racist fringe of any political party, Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, Constitutional Party, Green Party, Communist Party USA etc. So Dean showed how he like most liberals use race as a political weapon. I just happened to notice the talking point similarities between what Howard Dean said about the "racist fringe of the republican party" and what what Mr. Jealous of the NAACP said about the "racist elements within the tea party". Lets compare notes. Elements and Fringe, Tea Party and the Republican Party. So I challenge anyone to tell me that the NAACP and the Democratic Party aren't sharing the same playbook. The left has been trying to claim that the Tea Party movement and the Republican Party are just one and the same from the very start. In Dean's closing comments, he said something that only a kook could possible believe.

"Dean said. “Continuing to cater to this theme of minority racism and stressing comments like this – some of which are taken out of context – does not help the country knit itself together.

This morn doesn't even know or maybe he does that it is the left who are creating a racial divide. It is his side that keep bring up the issue of race 24 freaking 7, 365 freaking days of the week. Howard Dean doesn't speak for mainstream America. Contrary to the fantasy land Howard is living in. Liberals aren't the authority on what is racism and what isn't in this country. How many times have conservative pundits been taken out of context by the left? Howard would never answer that. Smearing Fox News as being racist isn't going to bring them down or start bleeding viewers. It is because of the remarks of Howard Dean that Fox is number one.


Blogger AbbyN said...

I want to thank you personally for posting this blog and all the others you have posted. Though not a republican or a democrat I am a white conservative. I will be honest when I say that whenever I feel all alone in being so rediculously tired of hypocrasy and double standards, when I find myself questioning life as I see it that maybe I am seeing something wrong, I look up your blog and I gain so much strength in knowing someone does see things the way I do. I was born into this world not wary of race, or creed, or class and I have tried to live my life that way. I have always done my best not to judge others for any reason as that is the way my parents raised me. I just see right as right and wrong as wrong, no underlying reasons or motives.My sons and their best friend (who is black) asked me this morning why grown adults can't get past silly racism and just agree to disagree while they as children can. I honestly didn't know what to tell them other than to lead by contining to set the right example. I am so happy that I am not alone in my ways of thinking. Please keep up the good work my friend. You are making a positive difference in the world by speaking your mind.

3:59 PM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

Howard Dean needs to shut up already. He was fomenting hatred between white and black christians by calling the republican party a white and christian party. He was basically saying white people were bad.
Sorry if I'm fuzzy on the details but I remembered Howard Dean saying something like that.
He's just as bad as Harry Reid and Chris Matthews.
I know there are some black churches that foment hatred towards whites. Glad I never attended them.
My parents taught me to judge people by the content of their character.

I find the cynical exploitation of racial tensions to be rather tiresome.

6:17 PM  
Anonymous TruthSociety said...

I really think that it is time for the elitist Dr. Howard Dean to retire to the hills of Vermont and drink some more maple syrup. He either is clueless to the facts or his conspiracy is a muck. Dean is bad news for America and the free. He and his conspirators will try every trick possible to help divide this country for their own power. Wake up my fellow Black and White Americans these folks are using you. Nothing less.Why is it that these socialists will not debate the real issue (Jobs) and continue to lie and divert the attention to emotional race bating.Simple! I believe these power hungry elitists think we the American People are stupid enough to be distracted from what is really going on around us.Including Mr. Obama. Not again. Lets get rid of these losers once and for all or else we will lose or God given rights and our Civil Society. Educate yourself to the facts not just the liberal press. Remember the famous Quote: Trust, but verify.
Ronald Reagan

7:19 PM  
Blogger nduji olujimi said...

Brother you must be trippin! What has Fox News done for you lately? What did Fox News do for Cheryl Sherrod? What did Fox News do for Van Jones? The Black Panthers have about 15 members here in the Detroit/Inkster/Wayne county MI area. The white nationalist Conservative Citizens Council has more that 15,000 in southeastern MI alone. I don't necessarily agree with the Black Panthers ideology, although I can hardly consider them a threat to whites, blacks or any one else. On a Fox show Glenn Beck called the president of the United States a racist and not one conservative commentator cried foul. I thought the conservatives would have called for Obama to resign, isnt that what happens when a white person proves to be racist.

The only reason Fox News promotes the idea of a threat is because the panthers are black and the president is black. The only reason Fox News jumped all over the Sherrod/NAACP lie was because Sherrod is Black and the president is black. The top 4 scandal stories of the Obama administration, Van Jones, black panthers, Skip Gates, and Sherrod were all promoted by Fox.

And why did abbyn need to point out that she is white? Does it make you feel good to have a white person thank you for being a conservative? Why would anyone need to thank you for thinking like them? I never had a white person or a person of any other race thank me for being a liberal or thinking the way they do. You need to wake up brother and see Fox for what they really are, a propaganda outfit for right wing conservatism.

12:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess Howard Dean has been screaming out from the top of his lungs too much. lol.

Dean accuses Fox News for being racist for making the reports of racism in our midst. Hmmm. So, is it not consider racist when the other networks don't make the same reports? But when they do, they tend to twist the story around.

Dean warned to watch out for the likes of Glenn Beck. In the Sherrod case, Beck did not condemn Sherrod, instead he defended her.

The NAACP and the liberals tries to discredit the Tea Party as being a racist organization, they're the one's who are acting racist. How is it that the NAACP and the liberals does not condemn or speak out against the New Black Panther members for intimidating white voters? How is it that the NAACP and the liberals does not speak out against the same person at that booth in Philadelphia, which he and his followers staged a rally in Harlem in which he was inciting genocide against whites and to kill their "cracker babies"?

Most of their excuse was that they have "no connection" with the New Black Panther Party.

OK, I may be Caucasian, I have no, nor will ever have any connection with groups like the KKK or the Neo-Nazis, but I do speak out against the likes of those people; if you want to call them "people".

6:57 PM  

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