Stupid Racist Is Stupid (And Racist)

No small-hands comment needed.

He’s doubling down. Is there any doubt now that we have a white supremacist preznint?

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17 Responses to Stupid Racist Is Stupid (And Racist)

  1. Bruce388 says:

    A white supremacist who has never shown himself supreme at anything other than self-promotion.

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  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    …can’t change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson – who’s next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish! Also…

    Trump should know this is comparing apples to kumquats. Lee, Jackson? LOSERS!
    Washington, Jefferson? WINNERS!!! I thought Twit only liked WINNERS!!!

    SAD

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  3. Sirius Lunacy says:

    …the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!

    https://www.google.com/search?q=trump+and+national+park+service&oq=trump+and+national+park+service&aqs=chrome..69i57.14295j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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  4. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Have you noticed he doesn’t even seem to know Heather Heyer’s name? If she had been killed by an undocumented immigrant, he’d never shut up about her.

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  5. quakerinabasement says:

    Both of my parents came from Alabama. I have ancestors on both sides of my family who fought for the Confederacy. I know for certain that relatives on my father’s side owned slaves. There can be no argument over whether this history is part of my so-called heritage.

    I do not celebrate these acts. One’s heritage is not always something to be proud of. Sometimes, our fathers and their fathers did bad things. These members of my family may have possessed good qualities, but that does not excuse their bad acts and certainly doesn’t make them worthy of being honored.

    Those who want to preserve the memory of the Confederate South either choose to celebrate our fathers’ wrongs or to ignore them. They want the memorials to stand either to honor our tainted legacy or to celebrate it simply because it is ours.

    These are lousy reasons to save monuments. We do ourselves no favors to immortalize those who practiced theft, unjust imprisonment, torture, murder, rape, and slavery.

    If this country is ever to come to grips with the legacy of slavery and with our founders’ compromise with it, we white people are going to have to learn to judge our history more critically and become willing to admit that some parts of our heritage call for humble reexamination and correction.

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    • Laura says:

      Your last paragraph is the truth and the way.
      A Truth and reconciliation project would go a long way to shore up this nation’s foundation.

      Sadly, it would wrest power from the powerful, and so is as unlikely in my lifetime.

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    • Jim says:

      I hail your overcoming your unfortunate ancestors’ behavior (and culture), which really has been a terrible and continuing burden on the country to this day not the least because of our slave-state favoring Electoral College. But those monuments were actually not intended to praise the brave soldiers of the Confederacy; they were explicitly built in the 20th century during the height of Jim Crow to intimidate blacks and prevent progress on Civil Rights. There’s nothing cultural about them.

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  6. RobGinChicago says:

    If there was a promise to replace all the removed statues of the Confederacy with statues of Donald Trump; renaming Stone Mountain, Georgia “Trump Mountain”, he’d be completely on board with that.

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  7. osirisopto says:

    Well, at least some of us are able to learn from history.

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  8. roket says:

    Oops. Look what I found.

    “I think it wiser,” the retired military leader [Robert E Lee] wrote about a proposed Gettysburg memorial in 1869, “…not to keep open the sores of war but to follow the examples of those nations who endeavored to obliterate the marks of civil strife, to commit to oblivion the feelings engendered.”

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/robert-e-lee-opposed-confederate-monuments/

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  9. Feline Mama says:

    Tengrain was here! – I deleted this comment; though it was not shocking nor eliminationist per say, it was enough to make me worry about a knock on the door.

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    • Feline Mama says:

      Is there a difference between a wish & dream versus & an actual threat. Oh, that’s right, it is drumph’s amerikkka now.
      Thank you for caring, seriously, anyway. LOVE YA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. moeman says:

    A fun to look at Twitter feed. Note that a lot of these have been on MPS.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/mattdpearce/status/898204548099063808

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  11. paul fredine says:

    if he’s so upset about the loss of ‘our statues’ might i make a suggestion: since there’s no problem with them being on private property, gather them all, shine them up all nice and goldeny and have them installed on all his golf courses. imagine trying to sink a ball in the ass of robert e. lee’s horse. sure beats the hell out of those stupid windmills. and you get a little ‘history’ and ‘culture’ with every stroke. it’s a win-win-win.

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