Thursday, August 30, 2012

I bet you all didn't know that the word "Chicago" is a racist code word.

No, you didn't know that? Well neither did I. Thank goodness we have the enlightened everything race experts at of course MSNBC to help educate us on that. So I guess if you are a Democrat, then you can use the the word Chicago, and all will be fine. If you are a Republican or conservative, you better not use the word "Chicago" or else. I can't make this stuff up if I freaking tried. Oh yeah, commenting about Obama playing golf  is considered racist by MSNBC as well.



On a serious note. Would anybody trust getting their news from these kooks?

15 Comments:

Blogger kendallseo said...

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8:16 AM  
Blogger Alan Rencher said...

ridiculous. keep it up Tyrone!

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't mention the NHL team, Chicago Blackhawks around Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price; he gets offended with any thing with the word "black" in it. Now, he might take offense to Chicago too.

No, I don't trust any of these kooks to report the news. I find it ironic, that the shows on MSNBC is low in the Nielsen ratings. Since it's parent company, NBC, has a string of failed TV shows, I'm surprised that none of the shows on MSNBC have been cancelled and MSNBC stopped broadcasting.

I have found out recently, that NBC came under fire, when during the Olympics, a commercial was shown featuring monkeys doing gymnastic in conjunction to women's gymnastics after Gabby Douglas did her performance. Many critics find that very racist. Suppose if it was bears doing gymnastics in conjunction to a Russian gymnast.

5:15 PM  
Blogger Speedy G said...

When I hear "Chicago", pizza is the first thing that comes to my mind...

8:56 AM  
Blogger Beyond The Political Spectrum said...

(1) Black conservatives are delusional if they think the economic and/or political salvation lay with either Republican of Democratic ideology
http://beyond-the-political-spectrum.blogspot.com/2012/08/this-is-not-your-fathers-republican.html

(2) White conservatives are delusional if they don't think conservatives race-bait too (Reagan's "welfare queen" imagery, Lee Atwater's Willie Horton imagery, Strom Thurmond's affirmative action/interracial scares, Gingrich's "food stamp/African-American" remark, Santorum's "...take your money and give it to black people" remark," etc.). But let me guess what the responses will be in defense of that insanity; "Oh..but those were different..."
http://beyond-the-political-spectrum.blogspot.com/2012/08/why-im-not-democrator-republican-or-who.html

11:39 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Beyond The Political Spectrum "(2) White conservatives are delusional if they don't think conservatives race-bait too (Reagan's "welfare queen" imagery, Lee Atwater's Willie Horton imagery, Strom Thurmond's affirmative action/interracial scares, Gingrich's "food stamp/African-American" remark, Santorum's "...take your money and give it to black people" remark," etc.). But let me guess what the responses will be in defense of that insanity; "Oh..but those were different...""

Let's begin. The Willie Horton ad was perfectly valid, because it highlighted how soft Michael Dukakis was on crime.

Is Willie Horton a murder? Yes
Is Willie Horton a rapist?Yes Should have Willie Horton have been released on a work furlough program for the weekend?No Those are the facts regardless of the race of Willie Horton. If he wasn't released (thus committing an assult an rape)and never returning. He wouldn't have been used for the ad to highlight Dukakasis's softness on criminals. The man should have never been allowed to leave period. As for Strom Thurmond. Thurmond doesn't have a racist record nor any evidence of racist sentiment, when he was a republican for 40 years. So moving on. As for Reagan, calling a person a welfare queen isn't racist, sorry. Did Reagan say anything about black women being welfare queens? No. Once again, it's people who don't like conservatives wanting to make something a conservative out to say as being racists merely, because that person don't like conservatives to begin with. Circumstantial evidence isn't hard facts. You're really not bring anything to the table of substance Beyond. As for Rick Santorum, I've never heard of the comment you are referring to. Let me explain something real quick, since you are new. People who've been following my posts for years will tell you that I have no loyalty to the Republican Party. I've called out conservatives just as fast, when I think they do or say something stupid then I would when liberals do it. Can you say the same?

12:51 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "Don't mention the NHL team, Chicago Blackhawks around Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price; he gets offended with any thing with the word "black" in it. Now, he might take offense to Chicago too."

Some on the left use the race card as a political weapon in which to silence conservative opposition, and you are right. There are a certain percentage of people who are ultra racially oversensitive about race. The incident with the black Dallas Country Commissioner is a perfect example. The idiot didn't know what a black hole was and got offended over it's use. We as a society are gong to have to shout they crybabies down. Just because they a sensibility problem with race shouldn't mean that society as to conform to their over sensibility.

Speedy "When I hear "Chicago", pizza is the first thing that comes to my mind..."

I wonder if I go into a pizza shop that says their pizza is Chicago style could I get a free or discounted pizza if I call the manger or owner a racist for using the word "Chicago"? lol

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CB-"As for Strom Thurmond. Thurmond doesn't have a racist record nor any evidence of racist sentiment, when he was a republican for 40 years."

I'm rather confused, Tyrone. Strom Thurmond was originally a Democrat, and ran on the "Dixiecrat" party during his run for presidency. He was a segregationist, and was anti-miscegenation; still he fathered a love child with a black woman who worked for his parents. Is being for segregation and against interracial relationships/marriage not consider racist?

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alpha Conservative said, "As for Strom Thurmond. Thurmond doesn't have a racist record nor any evidence of racist sentiment, when he was a republican for 40 years".

You must to be a damn fool. Thurmond not only was a dedicated racist all of his adult life. After jumping ship to the republican party he stood against the voting rights acts, was a key player in the Nixon racist southern strategy, and spoke out vehemently against school desegregation in the south.

He was a rapist and a liar. Thurmond fathered a child by the 16 year old daughter of his parents maid, when he was 22. He paid her to keep quiet until he died.

You write that statement as if Thurmond's defection to the republican fold transformed and morphed his racist ideological past into a flowery love for the black race. Because you're a black conservative it doesn't mean you must bend over and take every inch for the team. Defending the legacy of Thurmond does not make you a good conservative. Neither does it make you an understanding forgiving black man. Defending his legacy makes you a propaganda tool. You know nothing about Thurmond's life after he became a republican. Because you're devoid of any facts white conservatives can point to you and say, see how our blacks are understanding and forgiving. All the while they think either you're kissing but, or you're just to damn dumb to handle the truth.

12:41 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "
You must to be a damn fool. Thurmond not only was a dedicated racist all of his adult life. After jumping ship to the republican party he stood against the voting rights acts, was a key player in the Nixon racist southern strategy, and spoke out vehemently against school desegregation in the south. "

Calling me a dam fool doesn't help your argument, it actually weakens it. Tell me, was Robert Byrd who lead a filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights act apart of the "Southern Strategy". The man who called Dr. King a "negro trouble makeer". I don't believe Byrd was a Republican. As for Strom, he voted against the bills, because he believed that he states should have had the power to make the decisions not the federal government. I'm sure you denounce the legacy of Robert Byrd of West Virginia right? Speak right up. Present some evidence that Thurmond never changed his ways right up to his death, then you might actually have a valid point. Right now you don't. Then again, facts don't mean nothing to you. If Thurmond as a Democrat to his death, I bet your tune of him would be 1000% different. Fake people never have credibility, so move on.


11:41 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "
I'm rather confused, Tyrone. Strom Thurmond was originally a Democrat, and ran on the "Dixiecrat" party during his run for presidency. He was a segregationist, and was anti-miscegenation; still he fathered a love child with a black woman who worked for his parents. Is being for segregation and against interracial relationships/marriage not consider racist? "

Let me help you with your confusion. Strom was first a democrat, then he became a dixiecrat,then he went back to being a democrat before finally becoming a republican. Being against interracial marriage can be considered racist. If we use that matrix in defining a racist, that would meant that blacks who oppose interracial marriage are racists as well. So if Strom was against interracial marriage, then he had something in common with modern day blacks who feel the same right? I'm not a defender of Strom, and I am not also a hater. Only he knew what was in his heart until he died. The same goes for Robert Byrd.

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alpha Conservative said, Calling me a dam fool doesn't help your argument, it actually weakens it.

If the shoe fits you're going to wear it. Strom Thurmond left the democrats because the leadership (John F. Kennedy- (D) Mass.) were in support of the Civil Rights Movement. After Kennedy was killed LBJ picked up where Kennedy left off. By 1964 Thurmond had enough of the negro loving democrats and left the party.

Robert Byrd was just as white and just as racist as Thurmond. If it walks and talks like a duck it's a duck. Your problem is that white conservatives demand that you see their ducks as swans. For you to defend Thurmond as not having a racist record as a republican reeks of being a servile admirer.

It was in 1969, five years after defecting to the republicans, Thurmond was a vocal opponent of the Supreme Court case Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education, that ordered desegregation of southern schools. You're too young and too dumb to deal with these truths.

3:42 PM  
Blogger J.O.B. said...

Chicago's white population is 42%
The black population is 37%

Speedy- you should also be thinking..
DA BEARS.

11:32 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "If the shoe fits you're going to wear it. Strom Thurmond left the democrats because the leadership (John F. Kennedy- (D) Mass.) were in support of the Civil Rights Movement. After Kennedy was killed LBJ picked up where Kennedy left off. By 1964 Thurmond had enough of the negro loving democrats and left the party."

Frankly, I can care less. Strom Thurmond is dead and buried. If you want to make an issue about Thurmond, go right ahead. I can buy you a copy of his book or something if you like. I do remember hoever that the great anti negro love who lead the filibuster on the floor of the U.S Senate Robert Sheets Byrd stayed a Democrat right up until he died a few years ago. If you are going to quote history, try to be honest and present the full history of the players in the civil rights era both pro and con, just saying.

anon "Robert Byrd was just as white and just as racist as Thurmond. If it walks and talks like a duck it's a duck. Your problem is that white conservatives demand that you see their ducks as swans. "

Actually it's liberals who claim to believe in diversity yet act completely racist when people of diversity don't embrace their points of views. It's like the borg collective, assimilate to our ideology and points of view or else. Been there, experience that, done that. Unlike some liberals who can't tolerate minorities with opposing view points, I can tolerate different points of views. I don't have to call people racism names, because they don't agree with me. I represent tolerance more so then liberals ever can.

anon "For you to defend Thurmond as not having a racist record as a republican reeks of being a servile admirer. "

I was presenting history on Thurmond. If you don't like, oh well sucks to be you I suppose. I presented the facts for what they are. You seem to have a hard on against Strom Thurmond, you need to work through it. Obsession can be a dangerous thing. When you die, you can have all eternity to confront him.

1:48 AM  
Blogger kendallseo said...

The Willie Horton ad was completely legitimate, because it outlined how smooth Eileen Dukakis was on criminal activity.
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4:49 AM  

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