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Friday, October 27, 2006

Dems Love The Race Card

Excerpted from todays column by Mary Katharine Ham

Is it just me or does it feel more likely that the people who see and hear these innocuous ads and immediately jump to accusations of racism are the ones with the racial hang-ups, not Republican Southerners?

All of their theories, of course, are predicated on the idea that Tennesseans, and all Southern conservatives, are troglodytic racists who are boorish enough to vote against a man because he’s black and simultaneously sophisticated enough to pick up on very subtle coded political messages about his race.

Frankly, I get a little sick of being lectured on race issues by the same people who give a pass to Steny Hoyer for using the word “slavish” in reference to black Maryland Senate candidate Michael Steele. These are the same people who didn’t really mind that Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd used the n-word twice in a 2001 TV interview and didn’t squeal much at all when California Democratic Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante dropped the n-bomb during a speech in 2001. They’re the same folks who tolerate blackface Photoshops of Joe Lieberman and thick-lipped, offensive cartoons of Condi Rice.

The Washington Post has printed 168 references to Allen’s questionably racial “macaca” incident, and devoted but one reference to the fact that Webb used the word “towel-heads” in an interview last week.

It’s pretty clear that, for the media and liberals, condemnation for racism is not based on the credibility of the accusations. Instead, it’s handed down based largely on party affiliation. Racism becomes acceptable when perpetrated by a Democrat or a minority. It makes you wonder how serious they are about actually tackling the problem. I happen to dislike racism in all its forms.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

This is a very valid question and one that deserves some consideration:
If you were a terrorist or insurgent, who would you rather see win this election?

You cannot honestly answer 'Republican'. You have to know by now that the enemy is banging their heads on the dirt floor praying for the Democrats to win. It's in their best interests.

The Dimicrats continue to play the race card because it's the only hand they have to play.
This headline, a day after Harold Ford Sr. referred to a Corker campaign worker as a 'cracker'.

I haven't heard a Democrat talk about the issues yet. It's one long smear campaign from the left. The usual October rhetoric: Republicans are racist.

Do they really think that Americans aren't accustomed to seeing black men and white women together? Half the black guys I work with have white girlfriends or wives.
You would think after all the MTV and BET that the Democrats watch, they would know better.

Keep pumping that race card, Arianna! It's almost worked in the past....

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Harold Ford likes Playboy bunnies. That's no secret. Who doesn't? So, in this ad, a hot white woman gives a little wink and says, "Call me, Harold".

"Because the ad was created by an outside group that contracts with the Republican National Committee, neither the RNC nor Corker's campaign saw it in advance and can't order it to be taken off the air."

"...the party is not allowed to play any role in creating the ad or deciding how and when it will be used."

The Dems say the ad is RACIST. Huh? They reason that the intent of the ad is to scare white people who have never seen a black man and a white woman together. White people are now going to hit the polls in droves because that scary black man is after their white women?

Wow. Do the Dems think it's racist when Tiger Woods appears with his wife in public? Are they offended by product advertising that shows mixed couples? Is Abercrombie and Fitch trying to stoke the fires of white racism with their advertising?

Harold Ford is in trouble. He has resorted to whiny, "I'm a victim" tactics that have worked so well for Dems in the past. Not this time. This is just another prime example.

One a day. That's what we will be seeing for the next 2 weeks.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Does anybody doubt that liberals play to their base by using fear tactics? Take todays HuffPo headline, for instance. They want to stoke the Diebold flames so that when their candidates get pummeled, they can scream that it wasnt fair.
The intent with this headline is to convince the moonbats that the election is rigged in Allens favor against Webb, since Webb's name gets cut off on the ballot.

Except for one small detail... Webb's name does not get cut off on the ballot. The error shows up only on the summary page, where voters are asked to review their selections before hitting the button to cast their votes. Webb's full name appears on the page where voters choose for whom to vote.

Expect to see a lot of these dirty tricks in the next two weeks.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Let's pretend for just a moment that Harry Reid is a Republican.
Do you think the media would completely ignore the story about his shady land deal and paying Christmas bonuses out of his campaign funds?

Of course not. It would be NON-STOP coverage like they have been doing with the Foley mess.
If this isn't proof positive that the Drive-By Media has a liberal agenda, then I don't know what is.

Friday, October 13, 2006

A> 6.6 million jobs since August 2003
B> unemployment is down to 4.6 percent
C> wages are up
D> the stock market is at an all time high
E> oil prices are dramatically down
F> the deficit has been cut in half three years earlier than predicted.

G> No terrorist attacks on US soil
H> Tax cuts are working for the American people

Yeah, things are just terrible, aren't they?

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Friday, October 06, 2006

Well, it didn't take long for the bottom feeders over at the DNC to have their hands out asking for money over the Foley matter.
I'm guessing the ad was probably made a couple of weeks before the story broke... ahem.

This is how liberals react. They really believe this is the bombshell that will deliver to them the house and senate. We don't even know the full story yet, but that hasn't stopped the moonbats from going over the edge, ala Plame-RoveGate style.

Patrick Kennedy, William Jefferson, Cynthia McKinney....just a few Dem names in the spotlight of late. I don't see anybody blaming Reid and Pelosi for the actions of those idiots. Did Reid and Pelosi fail the nation by letting the Capitol Hill Police drive an intoxicated Kennedy home? Did Reid and Pelosi know about the 90 grand in bribes that Jefferson had stuffed in his freezer? WHY NOT?

Democrat operatives have had these alledged InstantMessages of Foley's since June. Why have they held them until now? They knowingly let a suspected pedophile continue in his ways so they could keep this a secret and then spring it on the public 4 weeks before an election? Don't bust the pedophile yet! We smell scandal and scandal means votes for us, since we have NO IDEAS? Didn't they roll the dice with this strategy once before with the forged MemoGate fiasco?

Democrats are sleazy suckerpunch fighters. They don't have the cajones to clearly enunciate what they stand for so instead their gameplan is to dig up dirt and pretend that one bad apple represents the whole bunch.
A litmus test they themselves could never pass.
Right now they have to ask you for money. Once they are in control they will just take it from you.
I do find it interesting that they already have an ad designed and placed on multiple left wing web sites and this story just broke. Leave it to the Dems to capitalize on this with a partisan witch hunt.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

From Brent Bozell's Oct. 4th column:

Since when have the Democrats ever insisted a politician be held accountable for a sex scandal involving a staffer, let alone the politician's party leaders? Take Durbin. Did he vote on any impeachment counts against President Clinton for perjury or obstruction of justice over Clinton's sexual relations with intern Monica Lewinsky?

Did Democrats -- the party of feminism, the party that hates sexual harassers -- demand accountability when President Clinton was accused of putting Kathleen Willey's hand on his crotch as she asked for a job? Or demand accountability when President Clinton was accused of dropping his pants in front of Paula Jones and asking that state employee to kiss his genitalia?

You know the answers. Let's continue.

Did Democrats -- who must have chortled at the 1996 GOP convention when NBC anchor Tom Brokaw suggested the Republicans don't think much about "women's issues" like rape -- demand answers from President Clinton when Juanita Broaddrick tearfully recounted to NBC in 1999 how Bill Clinton raped and brutalized her in a Little Rock hotel in the late 1970s?

Go beyond Clinton to see the media-Democrat complex and its partisan standards on sex scandals. On Aug. 25, 1989, The Washington Times revealed Rep. Barney Frank's male-prostitution scandal. Frank's lover, Stephen Gobie, ran an illicit gay sex ring out of Frank's home, and Frank fixed his local parking tickets. Did Frank resign? No. Was there a wave of media pressure on this lawmaker with law-breaking going on in his own home? No. He's still in the House today.

In 1994, news emerged that Democratic Rep. Mel Reynolds had a consensual sexual relationship with Beverly Heard beginning when she was 16. Heard said Reynolds gave her cash at each meeting and supplied her with his pager number and apartment keys. In taped phone conversations, they even plotted group sex with a 15-year-old Catholic high school girl Heard had said wanted to have sex with him.

Did the Democrats believe in holding Reynolds accountable? Bill Clinton pardoned him as he left office in 2001. He then went to work as a consultant for Jesse Jackson.

Don't forget 1983, when Republican Rep. Daniel Crane and Democratic Rep. Gerry Studds were censured by the House for sexual affairs with teenage pages (Studds with a male). Crane was defeated in a Republican primary; Studds arrogantly continued in Congress another 13 years.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Most Recent Display of Liberal Hypocrisy

I hope they hang Congressman Foley from his thumbs and that his political career is kaput. That being said, it's shameful how the Democrats are trying to capitalize on this and paint the entire Republican party as complicit. When it's one of their own, the Democrats pardon them.

I seriously doubt President Bush will pardon Foley.
That would draw comparisons to President Clinton, who did pardon congressional pedophile sex offenders:

January 2001: Just before leaving office, President Clinton commuted the sentence of former Illinois congressman Mel Reynolds (D) who had spent 30 months in a state prison for having sex with a 16-year-old campaign volunteer and was serving a five-year sentence in federal prison for lying to obtain loans and illegally diverting campaign money for personal use.