Sunday, February 19, 2012

Occupy called CPAC Racist. What else is new?

The words "racist, racists and racism" are crutches to the left, they can't go anywhere without using them against the right. At this point, calling people on the right racists have become an embedded response by progressives. Progressives really don't have a clue at how stupid they sound, when they constantly use the word racist. Because of the over use of the word by the left, the word racist has been diluted. Once upon a time when a person was referred to as a racist by someone else, there was clear cut evidence to warrant that person using that word to describe the other person

A racist to a progressive is nothing more then a person who is white who doesn't agree with them.

I was suppose to be attending CPAC this year, but some business came up at the last minute, and I couldn't attend. I will be there next year though. Anyways, the Occupy freaks, kooks and weirdos tried to crash CPAC last week. They were outside chanting that "CPAC IS RACIST". I'm sure if everybody who made up the Occupy filth movement were asked if they have ever been inside CPAC, they would all say "no, but I know what it is like inside". To bad that the people who slept in their own filth for months didn't even bother to ask blacks who have attended CPAC whether "it was racist".



Clearly, the left is never going to abandon the race card, because that is all they have. It's not like these people can debate the issues and defend their ideology. That would be too much like having to do the right thing in the arena of ideas. A few years ago, I debated a white progressive and he said I supported racists, because I am a conservative who is black. Of course, his claim was beyond stupid. I decided to have some fun with the idiot just to show how ignorant he was. I claimed that I had a white friend named "Joe Fictitious". Yeah, notice the last name. I thought the name up on the fly standing right in front of him, lol. Anyways, I told the dolt that Joe was a conservative, who believed in securing the borders, protecting tradition marriage, he was pro life and supported traditional American values in general. I asked the lemming, was my "friend" Joe Fictitious a racist due to his views. True to form, the moron of course said yes he was a racist and I was a traitor for being friends with a white racist like that. You can only imagine my absolute glee I had, when I looked the fool in his eyes and I called him brainless dumb ass and explained to him that Joe Fictitious was a person I made up just to see if he would call a person a racist he never met just because that person hold views the leftists didn't tolerate.

18 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cannot make out the words on the signs the occupiers were holding, but the clenched fist looks so similar to the "Black Power!" logo. That in itself is a racist statement.

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THEY'RE RACIST! I love stupid people. lol.

I don't understand as to why they depend on the information that was given to them by other progressives instead of trying to experience it for themselves? That also goes with the Tea Party events.

What bothers me is that the black members of the Occupy Movement at this rally condemn the blacks who attended the CPAC event.

I can say that the NAACP is racist, even though I have never have attended any of their events. But I can contend that the NAACP is racist because for the past many years they have went around and played the race card on every issue and made false allegations against others. Since they are in favor of only black causes, that itself is racist. How can they be a civil rights organization since they exclude non-blacks?

3:41 AM  
Blogger shwn said...

I agreee with you Rick goober Sanitorium is a unelectable clown that wants to force his pagan catholcisim down every ones throats.I f they Nominate this clown that would mean four more years of us having to listen to Republican hate radio and Whitey man whinning about Pres Obama help us all.

2:01 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Political ideology has caused huge separations in modern American society. At one time a "racist" was someone who espoused clearly and overtly their personal disdain for persons of other races.
-A "racist" was someone who denied others basic human rights in the country they lived, and often the country they protected.
-A racist was someone who created and adhered to laws that separated people by the color of their skin.
-A racist was someone who vowed to protect his own race from miscegenation.
-A racist was once someone who denied others the right to vote at all, or for anyone, because of their race....

Now, you're a racist because of "WHO" you vote for!

Who wood'a thunk it!!

Yes, somehow racism has been redefined by the political ideologies.

3:08 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"How can they be a civil rights organization since they exclude non-blacks?".

Exclude "non-blacks"???? Are you really that stupid? (no disrespect intended)

The NAACP was co-founded by Henry Moskowitz who was WHITE!

The NAACP does not "exclude" anyone. For your future reference (so you'll never make such an idiotic statement in the future), here's a picture that you can forward to others that might be as ignorant (again, no disrespect intended) as you. The white woman you see standing in the midst of all those angry looking black folk, is attorney Annie Spell, who was at the time NAACP Louisiana Chapter President.

Anon;"I don't understand as to why they depend on the information that was given to them by other progressives".

And who did you depend on for your "mis"-information about the NAACP? Did you just take it as fact when some "right-wing" talker or outlet told you that the NAACP didn't allow whites? Or, did you just make it up? Either way, it's just plain stupidity...

The problem with the NAACP is that they're politically active. Their political activity has aligned them with the Democratic Party. That in itself makes them a target for right-wing attack. Conversely, on the right you have social organizations such as the Religious Right and Evangelical Christians. Their alignment with the Republican Party serves those on the left just as much angst.

I think most people agree that presently this country has huge ideological divisions. I don't know if it the social differences that are guiding the political discourse, or the political guiding the social. What I do know is that each side continues to blame the other. What's really needed is for someone to become the "grown up in the room."

4:28 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

shwn "I agreee with you Rick goober Sanitorium is a unelectable clown that wants to force his pagan catholcisim down every ones throats."

lol, emotional attacks against a person never makes for a valid fact based one shwn. Is there any evidence that Rick is going to force anyone to become Cahtolics similar to what King George did in England?Of course the answer is no. The word "unelectable" doesn't hold much weigh in the real world of politics. Many people said when Obama ran for president he was unelectable. He didn't have anything of substance going for him other then he was black. If a three year U.S Senator with no experience running anything can be "electable", I really can't image how Santorum can't be. With Obama dismal economic record that will be highlighted in a few months, anyone is electable over Obama, anyone.

shwn "If they Nominate this clown that would mean four more years of us having to listen to Republican hate radio and Whitey man whinning about Pres Obama help us all."

You really need to tune out media matters, it has your brain backfiring. You progressives need to look in the mirror everything you mention the word race and Obama. It's you all who are saying it. You all keep translating the least little thing said about Obama policy as some sort of vast right wing racial hate code conspiracy against Barry. The fact is that not everybody worships the ground the little stuck up, megalomaniac mutt walks on.

6:05 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "The NAACP does not "exclude" anyone. For your future reference (so you'll never make such an idiotic statement in the future), here's a picture that you can forward to others that might be as ignorant (again, no disrespect intended) as you. The white woman you see standing in the midst of all those angry looking black folk, is attorney Annie Spell, who was at the time NAACP Louisiana Chapter President."

Any white or black republican members allen? I'm just curious


p allen "The problem with the NAACP is that they're politically active. Their political activity has aligned them with the Democratic Party. That in itself makes them a target for right-wing attack. "

Like I keep telling you allen, you make my job so easy. You said that the NAACP is aligned with the Democratic Party. I should thank you for saying that to people reading this, here's why. The NAACP shouldn't be aligned with any political party, because they are suppose to be
"non partisan, tax exempt status" organization. You just spilled the beans that they are nothing more then a political arm of the Democratic Party and because of that they should not be enjoying tax exempt status.

6:16 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"You just spilled the beans that they are nothing more then a political arm of the Democratic Party and because of that they should not be enjoying tax exempt status".

Spill what beans? The NAACP has been politically active for years. Politicians are often invited to speak at their conventions and gatherings. What you're ignoring is the fact that most, if not all social organizations have aligned themselves with a political party. Many Christian and Evangelical groups have aligned themselves with the Republican Party. The Christian Coalition was denied tax-exempt because of their political activities.

Perhaps both organizations should be tax-exempt. Perhaps both should not. That, however, is for the IRS to decide. It still doesn't negate the fact that both are politically active for their perspective political causes.

Rooting for your own team is the easy part Tyrone. Understanding what's really is going on in politics is the hard part...

7:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Allen-The problem with the NAACP is that they're politically active.

Yeah, they're politically active all right; for a candidate of their own peers or, a Democratic liberal.

Take for example of the WA. State 2004 Democratic Gubernatorial race between between then Attorney General Christine Gregoire (white)and King County Executive Ron Simms (black).
The Seattle chapter of the NAACP held a press conference and made claims that Gregoire is a "racist" because she belonged to an all-white Sorority that excluded blacks and other minorities. Gregoire admitted she was part of the Sorority but was there to change their policy. Which she, and other white students successfully did.
During the campaign, Gregoire accused Simms of playing dirty politics. Simms was forced to defend Gregoire whom he worked with for years and knew for the fact that she never was a racist.
So, the NAACP's press conference damaged Simms' campaign. People are getting tired of racial politics!

Allen-And who did you depend on for your "mis"-information about the NAACP? Did you just take it as fact when some "right-wing" talker or outlet told you that the NAACP didn't allow whites? Or, did you just make it up? Either way, it's just plain stupidity...

Allen, I've watched the NAACP display their true colors when the present themselves on national TV when they're discussing racial issues.

When was the last time that you've seen the NAACP stand up for the rights of whites or any non-blacks?
Again, back to Seattle. The Seattle chapter last year demanded that a white prosecutor be fired because he was "too good at his job".
Out of all the cases that the prosecutor handled, the accused were violent black men. In one case last year he handled, the man whom he prosecuted was charged of kidnapping two women (both white), torturing and raping both of them for 2 weeks, and killing one of them; the other escaped.
The NAACP claimed that the prosecutor made the blacks (the accused's friends) on the witness stand "look foolish" and he made racial epithets in each case he handled. When asked to present the evidence, they could not.
So why would the NAACP take a side of a monster like what this man had done to those women? If the roles were reversed, it wouldn't surprise me that they would love to see the white murderer get the death penalty.
Far as I'm concern, either way, that is one scumbag off the streets.

11:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Allen-"And who did you depend on for your "mis"-information about the NAACP? Did you just take it as fact when some "right-wing" talker or outlet told you that the NAACP didn't allow whites? Or, did you just make it up? Either way, it's just plain stupidity... "

Hey Allen, do you remember the post that Tyrone set up sometime last year where a bunch of blacks were protesting at a Tea Party rally in LA? Do you remember what a lot of them said? The Tea Party is racist. Where did they get their information? From the NAACP. What did the NAACP told the blacks about black Tea Party members? That they're brain washed.

12:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

70 years ago today as well, FDR called for the Japanese to be rounded up and put into camps. Sure wouldn't pass today. Must have had to live back then, sounds pretty bad though.

1:34 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Hey Anon, I'm not defending anything the NAACP does. In the present political atmosphere the right, and the left are acting as though they've both lost their minds.

Still that doesn't excuse blatant lies coming from "you" or them.

As far as the Christine Gregoire, I have always been an believer in allowing a person to explain their past associations. If she says she didn't agree with the racist policy, fine, I'll give her the benefit of any doubt, as long as she presently doesn't espouse racist views.

Of course, it's wrong to accuse someone of having racist views without proof. However, when you're in the political arena, all lies are fair and become part of the process.

President Obama is still attacked by some on the right for attending Jemimah Wright's church. Andrew Brietbart deceptively edited a video of Shirley Sherrod speaking at a NAACP meeting to make her and the organization out as racists. All one has to do is be fair-minded, non-partisan and truthful, and you'll know who's lying and who's not.

Anon;"Allen, I've watched the NAACP display their true colors when the present themselves on national TV when they're discussing racial issues".

What you've watched, is the NAACP do the exact same thing as Sean Hannity, Andrew Breitbart, the GOP and others on the right. It's politics Anon. They all do it! As I stated earlier, I know that the NAACP is politically partisan. You should not be surprised by any political chicanery forwarded by some of it's members.

In conclusion;
THE FACT IS, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THIS NATION, SOMEONE OTHER THAN A "WHITE MALE" IS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. That fact, and that fact alone is the reason for both Republicans and Democrats going back and forth on the race issue....PERIOD!!!!!

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

And FDR was a progressive big government republican who prolonged the great depression into world war 2.

6:06 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Eddie "And FDR was a progressive big government republican who prolonged the great depression into world war 2."

Eddie, To this day,I'm still waiting for a progressive to tell me how raising taxes actually helps the economy. They spew that line all the time when advocating tax increases, but they have yet to tell me point by point how exactly it improves the economy. I'll still be waiting for an answer from them when I am old and gray.

p allen "President Obama is still attacked by some on the right for attending Jemimah Wright's church. Andrew Brietbart deceptively edited a video of Shirley Sherrod speaking at a NAACP meeting to make her and the organization out as racists. All one has to do is be fair-minded, non-partisan and truthful, and you'll know who's lying and who's not. "

Yeah, and what's your point allen? Of course Obama should still be attacked for attending that church. If a white conservative who was running for president would have attended for 20 years the equivalent of Obama's church, you would still be talking about it too, and rightfully so. Santorum doesn't have the balls to call out Obama's Christianity, but I do. Trinity United isn't a church, it's a cult based on racial theology and marxism and not the bible. Obama is a fake Christian pure and simple. The NAACP has ceased being a legitimate civil rights organization decades ago, it has become a nothing more then cheap, subservient whore to the Democratic Party.

p allen "Spill what beans? The NAACP has been politically active for years. Politicians are often invited to speak at their conventions and gatherings. What you're ignoring is the fact that most, if not all social organizations have aligned themselves with a political party. "
Once again allen, the NAALCP is suppose to be non partisan not only for tax exempt reasons, but because it is suppose to be a Civil Rights organization. The NAALCP has long outlived it's legitimacy and usefulness to blacks. As for the Christian Coalition being denied tax exempt status, if they were taking sides then they deserve to have not been granted tax exempt status, so when will the NAALCP be denied it's status?

1:10 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"If a white conservative who was running for president would have attended for 20 years the equivalent of Obama's church, you would still be talking about it too, and rightfully so".

I still would be talking about it???? Rightfully so???? Wrong again Tyrone! Go through your archives and show where I've stated or implied that a presidential candidates "religion" matters to me, or should matter at all!

Political candidates religion matters to "YOU", not me! Article VI, paragraph 3 of the U.S. Constitution clearly states that, "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." Thus, it is only "YOU" and those that think like you that makes a candidates religion an issue.

CB;"Yeah, and what's your point allen? Of course Obama should still be attacked for attending that church".

It's obvious (although stupid) that you believe attacking a persons religion is okay. Yet you claim to be a Christian? Where does it say in your religion that attacking someone else's religion is okay? Since you believe it's oaky to do so, why aren't you attacking Mormonism? It's abundantly clear that Mormonism is vastly different from Christianity. Where's the disdain?

CB'"Trinity United isn't a church, it's a cult based on racial theology and marxism and not the bible. Obama is a fake Christian pure and simple".

Let's say that it is. If it is, SO WHAT!!! What does racial theology and Marxist have to do anything? (Marxist religious beliefs? Polar opposites and more stupidity...) The POTUS takes an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States. He can't impose "Marxist, racial theology, Christian, Mormon, Muslim, Nudist" or any other personal religious beliefs you believe he might have.

11:46 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Santorum doesn't have the balls to call out Obama's Christianity, but I do".

Does it really take "balls" to do that? Just using that statement, you make it obvious of how "self-righteous" you really are. Do you really believe that you are the arbiter of who and who's not a Christian? Better still, is there any man who can apportion Christianity?

I'm no authority on religion and would never claim to be. However, I do understand that a persons religious beliefs are their own. From what I've learned, it is the individual that accepts Christianity and that it doesn't come from appointment.

Your self-righteousness Tyrone stems from your political bias. Although the religious test clause in the constitution doesn't apply to an individuals personal decision, it does apply to the federal government and our nation as a whole. Thus, you can vote for whoever you want based on any religious ideology you chose. However, according to the clause and the constitution, the government nor an individual can be forced, coerced, promote or adhere to any specific religion.

That shows you that even the constitution doesn't make a distinction about religious choice. Yet the "holier than thou" Tyrone dares to question others acceptance of faith. I'm not sure of the scripture, but I believe it states something to the effect of, "Christ is the end of righteousness, not man."

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

"Eddie, To this day,I'm still waiting for a progressive to tell me how raising taxes actually helps the economy. They spew that line all the time when advocating tax increases, but they have yet to tell me point by point how exactly it improves the economy. I'll still be waiting for an answer from them when I am old and gray."

Because Government knows better then the people it serves i guess at least that is there passion behind this it seems. There good intentions can have bad consequences. They may think they are doing good but the effects always seem negative.

You can not pump enough money into the system because you always have to take it from something (taxes) or just print more which devalues the dollar and increase the dept. Let the people keep more of there money and indeed the economy will grow. Just because a select few think they know how to spend other people's money does not mean they spend it rightly so. We are the best spenders of our own money. Milton Friedman said all this best.

The needy will be served through charity, more jobs will be created therefore less poor, i mean i can go on and on. When government grows, freedom shrinks and the poor increase in numbers. These are just all historical facts happening before our eyes.

Imagine if we reduced the size of government enough to rid the income tax. That will be the day.

There is another way all you liberals out there. You just have to put the power back into the people and get rid of big government. Naturally, it will all correct itself.

1:29 AM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

"However, according to the clause and the constitution, the government nor an individual can be forced, coerced, promote or adhere to any specific religion."

True and also no individual can be forced to take care of another by some medical mandate ran by the government. There is no such clause.

All government can do is protect our individual sovereignty, defend our borders from invasion and protect our freedoms through the courts. Our commerce, education, resources should be left to us through privatized systems and property rights.

1:36 AM  

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