Our immunity to hypocrisy and addiction to outrage
As a nation, we’re quickly losing any sensitivity to hypocrisy. That’s dangerous. You might say it’s cynicism, but it’s not. It’s a moral numbness that’s overcoming our ability to express outrage where it is proper, and replacing it instead with an ever growing craving for more and more outrageous examples of personal wickedness.
All the while, we whistle past the graveyard that is prepared to bury our own bones, and wink at the gravediggers we ourselves are paying to dig our own graves.
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The obligatory “Anti Voter ID marchers require Photo ID to march” post.
The heck of it is: these are all good rules for marchers. #MoralMarch will protest NC’s new “racist” #VoterID, but you’re req’d to bring photo ID to the march. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/w14mzejdSn — Stacey-SisterToldjah (@sistertoldjah) February 8, 2014 Sensible advice all around. Especially the part where you use photo ID to make sure that everyone and everything is on the up-and-up. Moe Lane (crosspost) PS: | Read More »
Dana Carvey, The Rodeo Clown and The Head On A Stick
You had to feel for the poor guys over on the set of Game of Thrones. They had this scene where King Joffrey took his girlfriend Sansa on a tour of all the heads he’d recently severed,* but were short a few plastic masks to paint up as decaying cadaver heads. They couldn’t seem to locate any Jerry Brown of Arnold Schwarzenegger faces so they were forced, against their better judgment**, to use a facial likeness of President George W. Bush. It’s amazing how accidents happen. It wasn’t anything, you know, political. And who can forget how hilarious Dana Carvey used to be. “A thousand points of light!” he’d intone in his most mocking imitation of a President in the middle of his re-election campaign. But this was “comedy.” He wouldn’t do that to influence any voters, now would he? It’s all in good fun you Crazy Wingnuts, so lighten up.
Now we get to the amusing goings on over at the Missouri State Fair. It seems a rodeo clown there came up with the idea of running around in front of an angry bull wearing a Barack Obama Mask. It wasn’t hilariously funny. Better than Letterman’s jokes about A-Rod knocking up Sarah Palin’s children between HGH injections, but not on a level with vintage Dana Carvey SNL. The Left was of course tolerate and patient. They deiced to just let the lowbrows do their “Dance of The Sloping Foreheads.” It’s just comedy they reasoned. It can’t hurt anyone. Oh Wait….
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#NeverForget the victims
Can the President of the United States ever truly recover from a clown wearing a mask that looked like his face? My friends, he shouldn’t have to deal with things like that. Let us take a moment of silence to remember those who have been victimized. The NAACP is heroically pursuing the man responsible for the most recent attack and has asked the Department of | Read More »
Obamacare and the civil rights of minorities: Two peas in a pod
At least that’s what HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claimed in her speech at the NAACP convention this week. In an amazing coincidence of timing—her statement came just a few days following the not-guilty verdict in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case—Sebelius told the audience that opposition to Obamacare was equal to those who opposed the Civil Rights laws passed in the 1960s. “The Affordable Care Act | Read More »
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, al sharpton
, Eric Holder
, Harry Reid
, Jesse Jackson
, Kathleen Sebelius
, media bias
, Race Card
NAACP Julian Bond Once Again Blames Another Organization for his Organization’s failings and shortcomings
One of the largest RACIST organizations in this country is the NAACP and yes I said so. Sure that is my opinion. The NAACP doesn’t want racism to go away, they perpetuate it because it keeps them in existence. Julian Bond and the rest of the old Congressional Black Clan from the late 60s, you know the ones..they are easy to spot. They are all | Read More »
Urban Apartheid In New Haven, CT
The New Haven, CT NAACP has looked at the statistical trends that they feel will drive the future of African-American prosperity in New Haven. What they have seen does not make them happy. In an effort to draw attention to this set of troubling tends; they regrettably entitled their recent report Urban Apartheid. This I find to be historically inaccurate and unjustly polemical in nature. I will lay out my reasons for saying so below.
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NC NAACP President Compares Republicans to George Wallace (A Democrat)
On yesterday’s edition of “All In with Chris Hayes” we were greeted with narrative creation at its finest as host Chris Hayes attempted to define the arguments in favor of Voter Identification laws in North Carolina as merely the spoils of victory as opposed to any type of actual reasoned position. HAYES: If a skeptical person looks at what’s going on in north carolina and | Read More »
Preibus To Visit NAACP for Changes; As A Black Conservative I think that’s a Bad Idea
Who did Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman speak to before he made this end-road decision? He couldn’t have reached out to the majority of black conservatives in the party because I am sure they would have probably told him the same thing I am going to now – Bypass the NAACP and go directly into minority communities! The NAACP, in my opinion, would | Read More »
Should Ohio Election Officials Prosecute United Nation Election Observers
The state of Ohio and Texas along with Florida and Wisconsin are on the United Nation’s Election Day hit list when it comes to their officials showing up at state polling locations. It seems that these United Nations officials have the mistaken belief that they have the legal right to intervene in how Ohio and other states are running their Election Day activities. Their organization | Read More »
Will U.S. Supreme Court Affirmative Action Case end Reverse Discrimination
Race based affirmative action may come to a screeching halt and finally put an end to decades of reverse discriminatory policies utilized in higher educational institutions. This week, the U.S. Supreme Court took up arguments concerning a case brought by Abigail Fisher, a white applicant who was denied admission to the University of Texas (UT) at Austin in 2008. Fisher is challenging UT-Austin’s decision to | Read More »
Should Cleveland Boy Scouts cave In to United Way gay rights agenda
When President Obama decided to announce in May his embrace of gay marriage he opened the gate for his political sideline gay supporters and liberal like-minded non-profit funders to weed out organizations that support traditional family values. They zeroed their targets on the Boy Scouts, because of its refusal to cave in to the demands of liberals and gay activists to change their traditional values | Read More »
Obama Embraces Keeping Blacks Stuck on the Democrat Plantation
Hate, fear and smear!! “Shame on you Barack Obama!!” – Feb 23, 2008 This is the legacy of the Democrat party and one which President Obama embraces and actually appears to relish. He is quite familiar with the hate, fear and smear art form practiced by his fellow democratic leaders. He uses it with adept frequency. The president flies into crucial swing states like Ohio, | Read More »
Nailing the Black Vote – Or not
I’m not all that convinced that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a useful organization. As a matter of fact, I’ve come to think of the NAACP as a breeding ground for misguided militants who might as well join the New Black Panther Party. If you’re looking to amplify racial issues, and I think the NAACP is, you might as well | Read More »
The Left tacitly admits: Mitt Romney hit a home run at the NAACP on Wednesday.
How do we know this? Because they’re all FREAKING OUT about it today. Watch the speech, and see for yourself why: Particularly the part of that speech that started at about 11:28 (this would be the part where Romney told the crowd that he was going to shut down Obamacare, and the crowd then proceeded to boo him for it). I’ll let the National Journal | Read More »