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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Remembering Those Who Were There For Us


Harvard Needs a Rassenhygienische und Bevolkerungsbiologische Forschungsstelle

Had it had one, America's ... premier ... center ... of ... higher ... learning wouldn't look so freaking inept.

You say you're a Native American?  By God, a Native American you are!

Or not.

If only the really smart people who run Harvard Law had set up a Racial Hygiene and Demographic Biology Research Unit like the Nazis did to determine a person's racial makeup.

Bizarre, isn't it? If only the Harvard Rassenhygienische und Bevolkerungsbiologische Forschungsstelle had blood-typed Elizabeth Warren all this embarrassment would never have occurred.

And don't think it won't lead to that. Racial identity is the order of the day in liberal circles. So it's very possible.

Laugh with me.  They did this to themselves.  May they wallow in the shame they've brought upon that once-great institution.

Democrats Crack Me Up

In our daily Spot The Idiot segment I offer this:

Female GOP House Members Are 'Literally Battered Women,' Democrat Tells Ed Schultz

Literally.

Really.

Wisconsin Democratic Congresswoman Gwen Moore is literally stupid.

I Still Don't Understand Libya

Hillary Clinton, March 19, 2011:
"We have every reason to fear that, left unchecked, Gaddafi will commit unspeakable atrocities. It is against that backdrop that nations from across the region and across the world met today here in Paris to discuss the ways we can, working together, implement resolution 1973.

"Let me be very clear about the position of the United States. We will support an international coalition as it takes all necessary measures to enforce the terms of resolution 1973. As you know, French planes are already in the skies above Benghazi. Now America has unique capabilities and we will bring them to bear to help our European allies and arab partners stop further violence against civilians, including through the effective implementation of a no-fly zone."
Thus we went to war with Libya.  To prevent atrocities. To stop the violence. (We went to war to stop violence. Work through that duality, if you can.)

In any case, square that commitment to prevent depredation with this headline that's rewritten just about every day:

Syria opposition urges UN action after 'massacre'

Don't get me wrong. I don't want one drop of American blood shed over the plight of Syrians. I just wonder why Hillary and her fellow geniuses in Obama's State Department thought Libyan lives were worth saving but not Syrian lives.

What's the difference? What am I missing?

You're All Racists!

You might as well get used to the baseless attack.  It's not going away until Obama does.

But in truth?

From "The dark arts of race-baiting":
Barack Obama and his friends in the mainstream media, so called, can’t believe that anyone could vote against someone as wonderful as he is (and as they are). Only a bigot would vote against such a wonderful president. We’re getting a scary preview of the wrath to come in the reaction to this week’s presidential primary results in Arkansas and Kentucky.

Tuesday’s vote against Mr. Obama is actually a protest against the party’s further slide to the left. Not so long ago Arkansas was the most loyal Democratic state, having never voted Republican. Then came the likes of George McGovern, Michael Dukakis and John Kerry, white men all. Loyal Democrats swallowed hard, voted Republican, and waited for Grandpa to climb out of his grave, dusting off his Confederate uniform and looking for a hickory switch. But silence reigned in the graveyards, and old-line Democrats continued to swallow hard and vote Republican.

Some Democrats understand this. “It’s just that [some] voters are down on national Democrats generally,” Martin Frost, a former Texas congressman, tells The Washington Post, “and I don’t believe it’s due to race.”

Maybe the white vote against Mr. Obama isn’t about race, but reflects rage against an incompetent president who promised to change the old ways and now reveals himself to be just another pol with a Harvard degree and a hustler’s scheme to divide and conquer with the race card. We’ve heard this sad song before.
We've indeed heard it all before. And we're tired of having to listen to it again.

Anybody but Obama! is the rallying cry. Not Any White Man Before Obama! Much as they'd like to think otherwise.