The Candidate From XenophobiaAlabama voters should be insulted? Well, let's talk about New York voters. Just down the street from the Ivory Tower we call the New York Times building, far, far away from that racist cesspool we call Alabama, we get this:
New York Times editorial
As primary elections approach across the land, the award for best bottom-feeding campaigner surely belongs to Tim James, an Alabama gubernatorial candidate who vows to put an end to that grave threat posed by driver’s license tests being conducted in any language but English. “This is Alabama. We speak English,” Mr. James warns in a make-my-day growl.
Alabama voters should be insulted. [link]
NY Senator: 'You Racist People In Here'No word from the New York Times about whether this racist bigot shouted with "a make-my-day growl."
Sen. Kevin Parker Hurls Racism Accusations At Colleagues In Albany, Calls Republicans 'White Supremacists'
By Marcia Kramer, CBS
Albany (CBS) ― It looks like the circus and childish antics are rearing their ugly head once again in Albany.
It started as an angry blow-up, and then it escalated. A state senator with a history of anger management issues says his race-based rant was part of his fight against the "evil of white supremacy."
Brooklyn State Senator Kevin Parker is a well-documented hothead, and on Wednesday he took to the airwaves to unapologetically defend his latest shouting match.
"It's par for the course for what we have to do in Albany – fighting the forces of evil," Senator Parker said.
Parker shockingly identified the "enemies" he's fighting as other senators.
"These long-term, white supremacist, you know, Republican senators," he said. [link]
In fact, there was no word from the New York Times on the subject at all. Bigotry, as we've all come to learn from these creeps, is a one-way street.
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If you want to view the video of Tim James's reasonable call - sans growl, ahem - for an English Only version of the driver's license exam (oh, the humanity!), go here: