No One Can Win, Everyone Must Lose


In the zero-sum game of Republicanism, you cannot be nice or polite to anyone without hurting a conservative. Our latest example:

Guilford GOP school board campaign manager says helping children of color feel like they belong hurts white children

GUILFORD, CT. (WFSB) – Mary Beeman, the campaign manager for the Guilford republican school board candidates, commented, “helping kids of color to feel they belong has a negative effect on white, Christian, or conservative kids,” during a UConn. virtual education forum.

The forum was on how to teach race and critical race theory (CRT) in school.

Of course it was about CRT, even though it is not a topic in education beneath the graduate school level, but that part never seems to be mentioned.

And of course, Beeman offers the inevitable correction as follows: It’s Your Fault You Didn’t Understand Me:

When questioned about her comment, Beeman said, “The statement I made was poorly worded and shown out of context.”

Which makes one wonder what a good context might be, you know, outside of a Klan rally.

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6 Responses to No One Can Win, Everyone Must Lose

  1. roket says:

    When exactly was she questioned about her comment? It was a forum. She should have been questioned as soon as the words came out of her racist mouth. Oh, wait. It was a GQP forum? Nevermind.

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  2. Frank Wilhoit: “Conservatism consists of exactly one proposition …There must be in-groups whom the law protects but does not bind, alongside out-groups whom the law binds but does not protect.”

    You simply cannot exist as a conservative without looking down on and feeling superior to other people.

    Why they’re freaking about schools:

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  3. R White says:

    Any time a redneck asshole conservative “Karen” makes racist statements couched within an educational forum, it is usually a visceral reaction to the few remaining vestiges of white guilt that she and others like her struggle with but fail to acknowledge for a fear of being considered ‘weak’ by her contemporaries.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    Wait until those white, Christian, conservative kiddos find out Jesus was Black.

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  5. Richard Portman says:

    I live next to the elementary school in a mixed community, so i see children everyday. Children are not racists, they behave as if they have not learned the concept yet. It is always refreshing.


  6. Professor Pupdog says:

    Her statement was poorly worded, and her thoughts were poorly thunk.


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