“Thank you so much for taking your rickety bike to vote, because I believe that your voice should be heard because you cared enough to vote. But President Obama thinks that the people who were sitting in front of the TV all day talking on their Obama Phones who didn’t vote, he speaks for those people. And I’m not saying any particular people, but I’m just saying someone who didn’t vote has an equal voice than you who actually got on your bike because you didn’t have a motor vehicle to get to the polls.”
–Kris Kobach, the retrograde Kansas Secretary of State, who implemented a strict ID requirement that left about 20 percent of the state’s voter registration applications in limbo before election day.
Why are all the dogs barking? What are they saying, Kris?
Meet Nevada Assembly Speaker-elect Ira Hansen as he tells us one more thing he knows about the negro:
In an attack on public education and teacher unions, Hansen wrote, “The Democratic coalition would split asunder if the NAACP & co. actually promoted what black Americans truly desire—educational choice. The shrewd and calculating [black] ’leaders’ are willing to sacrifice the children of their own race to gratify their lust for power and position. The relationship of Negroes and Democrats is truly a master-slave relationship, with the benevolent master knowing what’s best for his simple minded darkies. For American blacks, being denied choice and forced to attend the failing and inferior government school system is a form of involuntary servitude. Let’s call it what it truly is—educational slavery.”
He seems nice.
(Reno News and Review via LiveWire)
“It looks like they’re trying to destroy Bill Cosby. Apparently a woman has come forward, or came forward some time ago, claiming he raped her, numerous times… It’s not like he did it yesterday. It’s age old stuff, right? Twenty years ago…thirty years ago. That’s right. The stuff that being alleged was back when he was the lovable Mr. Huxtable and had the deal, perfect TV family, on the ideal perfect TV show.”
Who thought that we would live long enough to see Junkie Limbaugh defending a black man for (allegedly) raping a white woman?
During the call, Barbour explained why it was difficult for a party to retain the presidency after holding it for two terms.
“And then he said there is no one who will run for president who will endorse Obama’s issues, because Obama’s issues are ‘tar babies.’” the source recalled.
In a statement provided to Politico via email, Barbour admitted that he had made the remarks.
You see, Boss Hawgg impersonator Harley Barbour didn’t mean it in the racist sticky way, he just mean it in the sticky way. He apologized thusly:
“If someone takes offense, I regret it. But, again, neither the context nor the connotation was intended to offend,” he insisted.
I heard about this on Thursday, but I figured I was being trolled (or The Onion was at it again), but today pictures started showing up. South Carolina, land of seething, unbridled lust returns to their roots. So to speak.
Well, give Anthony from San Diego the gold prize for saying what most Republicans were thinking.
Don Surber, who is the Charleston Daily Mail’s lone editorial columnist, writing in his personal blog:
“This summer I had an epiphany as I watched packs of racists riot in Ferguson, Missouri, in support of a gigantic thug who was higher than a kite when he attacked Ferguson Police Department Officer Darren Wilson, who unfortunately had to put this animal down.”
Which led to the inevitable apology:
“I made a factual error. Michael Brown was not an animal but a man. Big. Brutal. High. His death was a justifiable homicide and not a putting down.”
Hebephrenic TeeVee Dinner heir and vanity press owner Tucker Carlson tells us that it’s obvious that black teens make a neighborhood dangerous, but that he would never admit that on the air.
Old habits are hard to break for Republicans:
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