Race Card, Bottom of the Deck: Democrats as Usual

We’re all just raaaaacists for arguing with Obama:


For 80 years we’ve watched liberalism slowly bankrupt our nation; now it is crunch time and we must cut spending to save ourselves.  This is just something that happens, and happened while our President happens to be black.  Wouldn’t matter if it was President Hillary up there (though I guess we’d be seeeeexist at that point).

This is a sad, desperate attempt to fire up the liberal base for 2012…poll after poll shows sagging support among the left for the President.  It isn’t that these people will vote GOP in 2012, but they might well decide to stay home…not only costing Obama the White House, but causing down-ballot Democrats to lose, as well.  Pulling out the race card is a sure-fire method of getting liberal foot soldiers back in to the battle…because, remember, your typical white liberal is wracked by guilt.  Figuring that “white privilege” is the source of their wealth and well-being, they are easily swayed by accusations of racism.  This may well help perk them up and get them donating and volunteering again, lest those evil, racist, sexist, homophobic Republicans win.

We can expect a lot more of this as 2012 comes in – and in rising hysteria if Obama’s poll numbers continue to crater.

31 thoughts on “Race Card, Bottom of the Deck: Democrats as Usual

  1. libsRJerks July 17, 2011 / 4:25 am

    I didn’t even watch the video–it’s Sheila Jackson-Lee. what do you expect from an idiot like her? She still thinks there’s an American flag on Mars…

  2. Majordomo Pain July 17, 2011 / 7:11 am

    Liberalism hasn not bankrupted America– white privilege has. The debacle in housing was hatched by wealthy white people for the benefit of wealthy white people. It was not about the Community Reinvestment Act, another excuse to get the heat off the white conservative elite, but a tactic of using minorities and women who wanted more out of life and could not afford it to gain the grossest of profit margins from their failure.

    Republicans are anti-black, anti-gay and anti-union–that makes the base of the party the most reactionary bigots and the most wealthy among these who make the commercials and sell the news Racists.

    • tiredoflibbs July 17, 2011 / 7:52 am

      Aaaahhhhh, the usual dumbed down talking points regurgitated by the usual useful idiot drones.

      More racial accusations by individuals who ideology has failed and need excuses to dismiss the accurately placed blame they deserve to receive.

      Classic liberalism is not to blame, but modern liberalism is.

    • Cluster July 17, 2011 / 7:54 am

      Well it looks like Majordomo is on to us. Dang it. And I was hoping for more at least another 20 years of holding minorities and women down.

      What do we do now?

    • Amazona July 17, 2011 / 11:03 am

      Ah, I see Pain is back with us, spewing yet more of her shrill hysterical hate. Just what we needed—–a supposedly half black, supposedly part-time lesbian, wannabe internet porn star and hooker, rewriting history so she can wallow in her carefully constructed victimhood.

      Yep, those crafty white businessmen had a meeting and said “We’ve been making good money lending to people who can repay the loans. Here’s a better idea: Let’s lend money to people who CAN’T!” And all the greedy bastards jumped up and said “Yeah! Why didn’t we think of that before?”

      When the all-white Democratic push was on to legislate this kind of lending, making it mandatory, the poor put-upon black community rose up in anger and outrage, demanding that the lenders be forced to continue their old business practices of only lending money to good credit risks. Yes, I am sure we all remember the uprising of poor black people who absolutely demanded—-DEMANDED, I tell you!—that this be halted immediately, that the Dems withdraw this bill, that they refuse to be part of such a white privilege power grab.

      I’m sure Pain can link us to those protests.

      Then, when some bankers refused to make loans to people who had no jobs, no source of income, and lousy credit histories, it was the greedy white businessmen who formed up mobs to invade boardrooms to intimidate those traitors to the white privilege cause. It was representatives of white privilege who rented buses and hauled angry white bloodsuckers to the homes of these bankers, to protest outside those homes, terrorize the families and disrupt the neighborhoods.

      It was white privilege proponents who whitemailed these bankers into doing what they thought was wrong.

      Yep, it was absolutely TRAGIC, watching the efforts of blacks and women and other minorities struggle to stop the determination of the greedy white privilege class to lend them money to buy their own homes. Who can forget the “REVrund Jessah” and Al Sharpton out there with their megaphones, calling on the white privilege banksters to stop victimizing their people by holding them to different standards of credit than whites?

      And just look at the unutterable suffering of these poor put-upon people when they lost those houses they bought with other peoples’ money! Oh, the humanity!!!!!!! They lost their down payments. What? They didn’t have to put any money down? Well, they lost their, uh, ah. Oh, yeah, they lived in nice houses for free till the banks foreclosed, at no cost to them.

      The weeping for their plight forces me to stop here. But Pain does point out that we need to look up every minority leader who fought so bravely, so incessantly, against this evil incursion of white privilege, and thank them for their efforts.

      • Rightlane July 17, 2011 / 2:29 pm

        A., can I join your fan club fan? Well said…

    • neocon1 July 17, 2011 / 11:40 am


      Republicans are anti-black, anti-gay and anti-union–that makes the base of the party the most reactionary bigots


      didnt realize these maniacs are “republicans” imagine that!

  3. tiredoflibbs July 17, 2011 / 7:50 am

    Bottom of the Deck?

    Nope, more like bottom of the barrel.

    Typical for the Democrats who have to denigrate, attack and demean to get what they want.

  4. ragingbull July 17, 2011 / 7:57 am

    “Republicans are anti-black, anti-gay and anti-union–that makes the base of the party the most reactionary bigots and the most wealthy among these who make the commercials and sell the news Racists.”

    you forgot to calls us nazis, fascists, sexists, and war-mongers. you must be slipping…or saving those for a different topic.

    but thanks for playing moron!

  5. RetiredSpook July 17, 2011 / 9:09 am

    I can understand how blacks are frustrated. Black unemployment is over 16%, among black youth it’s over 40%. In recent years black net worth has dropped nearly 85% compared to just over 20% for whites. I’m sure they’re all just pleased as punch at all Barry has done for them. There must be millions of blacks who are anxious for 4 more years of such bliss.

    • Mark Noonan July 17, 2011 / 10:03 pm


      And what is the liberal solution? Pressuring banks to lend more money to black people…in other words, shackle them to debt for another generation. To be sure, they’ll get their credit card now and have a bunch of swell stuff which may make them feel good in 2012…but at the end of the day, all liberalism will accomplish is the increasing poverty of black Americans.

      But we’re the racists….

  6. Dave July 17, 2011 / 9:58 am

    Sheila Jackson Lee conveniently forgets the previous administration’s critics (of which she was a big one) which constantly called George Bush , “satan”, a “nazi”, a “racist”, a “liar” and everything else…what does she mean, “just THIS president gets attacks”?????? Another poor pathetic race card being played. She is too naive to think Americans fall into that…Let these liberals keep up their pathetic attempts to excuse a terrible presidency in place right now (close to the worst administration in our country’s history) and it has nothing to do with race…it has to do with policy and values.

    • Cluster July 17, 2011 / 10:13 am

      She is too naive to think….

      I disagree. Jackson Lee is simply mind numbingly stupid. But unfortunately because of that condition, she represents her equally mind numbingly stupid liberal base very well.

      • Amazona July 17, 2011 / 11:10 am

        It’s not just stupidity. It’s a pathology. It’s a sick and desperate need for victimhood. It’s a self-loathing that has to be blamed on someone else. And it’s a callous tactic to gain power.

        Millions of black people have good jobs, have qualified for normal mortgages, and have bought homes.

        Millions of women have good jobs, have qualified for normal mortgages, and have bought homes.

        Millions of other minorities have good jobs, have qualified for normal mortgages, and have bought homes.

        Lee is stupid, all right, but her stupidity does not lie in her hysterical claims of victimhood. It lies in her stupidly blatant exhibition of her sneaky, underhanded, totally dishonest efforts to emotionally manipulate the gullible, the hate-driven and the truly stupid.

      • neocon1 July 17, 2011 / 11:24 am

        Hey sheila………

        prison population?
        murder rates?
        flash mobs?
        those pesky whites.

      • Amazona July 17, 2011 / 11:33 am

        Denver has a neighborhood called Five Points. It was, at one time, a ghetto, though by Northeastern standards it was pretty nice. It is still predominately black, but has been gentrified.

        Black “leaders” complained (with organized protests, of course) that the “white privilege” aspect of Denver law enforcement was ignoring crime in the area. Racism, you see. In response, the PD stepped up patrols in Five Points and started arresting more criminals.

        Then these same “leaders” rounded up more lemming protesters to complain that this action was racist because so many of the arresting officers were white. So, in response, the PD started to recruit black men for the department, and sent them into police the area.

        Uh-oh. Same “leaders”, same protests, because now the racism lay in the callous effort to turn black men against their own brothers.

        And the cycle started to repeat itself.
        Fewer cops, more crime=racism.
        More cops, less crime=racism
        More black cops=racism

        And round and round we go, with the “leaders” profiting, the lemming followers being led around by the nose and gaining nothing, but allowing themselves to be constantly stirred up into irrational hate, and the average family in the community suffering.

      • neocon1 July 17, 2011 / 12:10 pm


        It was great, figured about 100 people showed, all loved the band great food and fun.
        No I am not hung ove,r stuck with the beer sipped the shots then gave them away.
        All had fun NO fights……LOL

  7. Cluster July 17, 2011 / 11:39 am

    It lies in her (Jackson Lee) stupidly blatant exhibition of her sneaky, underhanded, totally dishonest efforts to emotionally manipulate the gullible, the hate-driven and the truly stupid

    In other words, she is a typical liberal.

    • neocon1 July 17, 2011 / 11:46 am

      In other words, she is a typical liberal.

      there is no shortage of useful idiots.
      I suggest all those who hate America and whites go back to their GLORIOUS homeland….Somalia aka (little detroit) .
      I for one am sick of this BS

      • bardolf July 17, 2011 / 12:06 pm

        Don’t be a downer today unless you are hungover in which case gloom and doom away-

        How was the 35th anniversary party?

      • neocon1 July 17, 2011 / 12:22 pm


        No downer
        Im just sick of the BS lies coming from the left,
        if we were really like these cretins say they all would have been dead 50 years ago.
        It is about power, money, and control these POS have become rich off their own peoples backs by stirring the pot of hate and the raaaaacist Bogey man.
        I hope there is a special place in hell for them.
        MLK had it right, these marxist racists have no place among us.

  8. tiredoflibbs July 17, 2011 / 2:24 pm

    So, if someone asks Sheila when she criticized Bush, was she being racist since she is black and he is white?

    On another note, this screed she regurgitated according to the playbook, is predicated by the latest criticism of the pResident on his non-leadership with the debt ceiling extensions. Tell us Sheila, when you, obAMATEUR and the rest of the Democrats voted against Bush’s debt ceiling extension, was that racist as well?

  9. Rightlane July 17, 2011 / 3:15 pm

    For every action, there is an equal… and so it is with race in America. Black America’s heart is understandable scared by sin of slavery. To suggest that such an offense would not created in hearts’, of some the offended, varying degrees of race identification resulting in prejudice towards differing races, especially those looked on as the offenders, is to deny human nature.

    Statically, such a prejudice is suggested by Obama’s disproportional approval rating among Black Americans. All I am saying is until Black Americas’ can look into their hearts and find therein the grace to forgive White America, we will never be just, Americans and some Black Americans will never really be free.

    • Amazona July 17, 2011 / 4:35 pm

      I don’t think it has a thing to do with forgiveness.

      If a former slave decides to forgive a slave owner, then fine.

      But we are so far beyond that, it is time not to forgive—for none of us have done anything regarding slavery for which we need forgiveness—but to realize that no one can change history. Not one single thing can be done today to mitigate what happened more than 100 years ago.

      Slavery was a terrible thing, but many terrible things have happened throughout history, including things that were worse than slavery. Slavery was not limited to white people enslaving black people. Black people owned black slaves in America, just as black people own black slaves today in Africa. White people have owned white slaves. Slaves have come, at different times in history, from nearly every race and every country.

      The English enslaved Irish captives, and vice versa. Both were enslaved by Vikings. Greeks had Roman slaves, Romans had Greek slaves, American Indians routinely enslaved those from different tribes.

      Slavery in early United States history was a bad thing, but it should not be the defining aspect of relationships between white and black races in the country today. Each and every one of us has had ancestors who suffered terrible hardships, and many of us today have better lives because of it. Slaves in early United States history suffered the indignity and abuse of slavery, but their descendants have better lives because of it. It is a simple, brutal fact of life.

      My Russian ancestors were terrorized by Cossack raiders. My Irish ancestors had to deal with raids by Norsemen and the English. More recently, Czechs were imprisoned in their own country by the USSR, and suffered under its tyranny. My grandmother had left Czechoslovakia by then, but her family suffered. Where do we stop blaming? When do we let go of our sense of victimhood?

      If I, personally, had been raped by a Cossack or enslaved by a Viking, I suppose I would have a hard time letting go of it. But if it happened several generations ago, the best thing for me to do would be to accept that that was a different time, and a different place, and that I can be grateful that I do not have to have the same experience. I don’t need to “forgive” anyone because none of this happened to me, and none of it was done by anyone here to receive forgiveness.

      The most dangerous thing about victimhood is the sense of entitlement it gives—entitlement to rage and hatred and resentment, entitlement to institutionalized failure, as well as entitlement to some kind of compensation for what happened to someone else, so long ago.

      None of this is productive, none of it allows us to move forward, and none of it does the least little thing to change what happened.

      • Cluster July 17, 2011 / 4:41 pm

        Well said

      • Amazona July 17, 2011 / 5:03 pm

        Thank you, cluster.

        (I am waiting for the complaint that I am “mythologizing my ancestors”.)

      • Rightlane July 17, 2011 / 11:43 pm

        I agree whole-heartedly, but some don’t. It’s those still suffering with aggrieved hearts in question in my post. Nor, is the rightness of their feelings in question there. They feel what they feel and believe what they will, hence their feelings and beliefs are real even if their dead wrong. That’s where grace and forgiveness figures into the picture and why “just Americans” is such an elusive dream. Imagine, living is a society where all men are judged by their character and the color of one’s skin is not a political issue. Free at last, but not until….

  10. Rightlane July 18, 2011 / 12:09 am

    Let me put this another way. There are those in Black America who are still in bondage; they are bound by their own prejudice. They, and they alone hold the key to their freedom, which lies within their own hearts in the form of grace and forgiveness. There is no affirmative action program, job, level of education, address, club membership… for what ails them. I did not do this to them and I cannot fix it for them, nor can anyone else.

    • RetiredSpook July 18, 2011 / 10:00 am


      The Democrat Party has been promising to fix it for them since I was in college back in the late 60’s. One has to wonder how much longer black Americans will continue to be fooled. You know the old saying, “fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice shame on me.” Who’s to blame after “fool me 37 times”?

      • neocon1 July 18, 2011 / 6:34 pm

        some people are just too dumb to “fix” chicago is full of them.

    • Amazona July 18, 2011 / 10:13 am

      Well said.

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